The Only Manifesting Skill You Need
It might not be what you think …
These are among many highly touted elements in our manifesting playbook.
But there’s one skill that outdoes all the rest when it comes to consciously creating reality …
… one habit that makes all the difference to your manifesting success and can guarantee you a happily-ever-after.
That skill is Appreciation.
- Being able to see things as Source sees it.
- Sifting through perspectives to find the one that feels best.
- Flowing the highest emotion on the vibrational scale, ranking right up there at the top with love and joy.
It’s why gratitude journals are so popular even amongst muggles and why so many spiritual teachers suggest drifting to sleep while listing things we’re thankful for.
When we tune to appreciation, we become a frequency match to everything we desire.
And that’s all it takes to let the good stuff in. Since like attracts like, when you feel now how you would feel then (because when you get what you want you’ll be fabulously thankful, right?), you become a manifesting wizard.
Listen to Jerry Hicks on the subject:
I’m always looking for something that makes me feel good …
And so the things, the many wonderful things that have come to me in my lifetime have always come because of something I have appreciated. Everything really huge and big is just something I appreciated and suddenly it’s now part of my life …
Abe: You’ve already through life put it into your Vortex. And in your quest and finding of appreciation, you align with it. And then it shows itself to you. (Abraham-Hicks, Denver, September 2010)
Yes, it’s nice to be able to build a beautiful vision board and to pre-pave events in advance.
And who doesn’t love acting as if their goal is already achieved?
But if all you ever did was hone your skills of appreciation, you’d find your way to a lifelong string of amazing successes and happy unfoldings.
If you’d like tips on how to become a better Appreciator, check out this post.
In the meantime, we’d love to hear your suggestions on how to become a powerful agent of appreciation. Thanks in advance for sharing!