Trump as Conscious Creator

It doesn’t roll off my tongue to call the U.S. president a “conscious” creator, but the truth is he’s one of the most effective examples of conscious creation we’ve seen in a while.

Known to be a student of positive thought, Donald Trump seems to have taken it to the extreme.

Here are just a few of the traits DJT has in common with other effective creators:

  • refuses to acknowledge facts that don’t support his preferred version of reality
  • willing to make his own rules (he plays outside the box)
  • follows his own counsel/guidance
  • doesn’t care too much what others think
  • very selective about his sources of input
  • skilled at spinning stories in ways that serve his purpose
  • holds high opinion of himself
  • does what he wants regardless of others’ expectations
  • knows how to turn attention away from what he doesn’t want (both his own attention and others’)
  • celebrates small wins like they were a big deal
  • engages affirmations to shift opinions and actions (“Drain the swamp”; “Lock her up”)

While I’m not the biggest fan of everything he’s creating, his skill as a creator is undeniable.

Just because we might not appreciate what a fellow creator does with his manifesting power doesn’t mean he’s not good at it.

More than anything, we can use it as inspiration to get on our own manifesting game as well as he’s playing his.

We each get to create what we want. We don’t have to agree with what everyone else is creating and there’s no reason one person’s success has to negate another’s.

Perhaps DJT can galvanize us to use our own creative powers as well as he uses his.

  • April 2, 2018
  • april says:

    I think his style is abhorrent and in the long run he will reap what he sows. So I would not use him as a role model for LOA. Yes, he is getting what he put out there, but he has caused a lot of people harm and in the long run he will suffer the consequences.

  • Jessica says:

    Jeannette- did you know his pastor when he was younger was actually Norman Vincent Peale, author of The Power Of Positive Thinking, an LOA book?! He was taught this stuff at a young age and obviously applied it pretty well.

  • Jiya says:

    I am from India, and that doesn’t keep me away from DJT news.
    And this was my thought too, every time I saw him on TV. I always thought he must be really good at affirming and visualization and conviction that he reached at this position despite of hatred of people.
    Then I learned one thing – Either don’t disclose your goals at all, or make your conviction, your belief so strong that nothing affects it whatsoever.
    Also, I think the day when we all would start fighting (thinking) against him, a change will take place. A change in energy which is already there in the ether.
    “Let it go, so it can come. So, it can manifest and be perceived by our 5 senses.”

  • Karen says:

    Exactly what I’ve been saying for months! Whatever else we may think of him, he absolutely rocks this.

  • Lesley says:

    I never thought of him this way but you are SO SO right! Wow!
    That perspective helps take away my attachment to fear and dislike. It gives me a little breathing room for awe and refocusing.

  • Christy says:

    I really love your starting point:
    “refuses to acknowledge facts that don’t support his preferred version of reality”, which is what Abe keeps telling us. So from today I’m going to refuse to acknowledge that I may be gaining some weighs. That’s not what I want. I want to stay looking slim and sexy. Just yesterday I said jokingly (but mean every word I said) to a friend that she was hallucinating when she pointed out that I seemed to be gaining some weighs. I was very pleased with myself that I can disagree with someone lightly. I’m definitely not going to entertain that idea at all. So thank you, Jeannette, for writing this post and giving me a good example of a real person practising deliberate creation so skillfuly. We don’t have to follow his action. We just have to be faithful to our heart desires!!

    • Jeannette says:

      At the beginning of my coaching practice I had a very mean calendar that whenever I saw all the open days, with no one and nothing booked, it would say to me, “This isn’t going to work. You’re going to have to get a job.” Some would call that calendar realistic, but I would say back to her, “I don’t know what YOU’RE talking about! I’m a brilliant coach in high demand!” Like she was totally high.
      It was a tough story to stick to some days, so I wrote in names and times on that empty calendar so she would look a little nicer and it was a little easier to tell my preferred version.
      Sticking to my story is one of my fortes, and yet I see DJT doing the same thing and being highly criticized for it. Well, I criticized him for it, too, before I realized that we were the same in many ways. Creating different things, for sure, but ultimately we’re probably both just trying to be happy. So … what’s the problem? If I really believe that no one else can impose anything in my world that I’m not a vibrational match to, what do I care what he does with his creative power?
      Anyway, my point, Christy, is that I noticed you are looking exceptionally gorgeous these days and I can’t imagine how many heads you turn while out and about in the world. Rock on with your beautiful self! 🙂

      • Christy says:

        Awww….thank you Jeannette! 😍😍I’m going to keep all that in mind and I will remind myself over and over again when I forget! I know people have been telling you this so I won’t be the first to say what I’m going to say. But just so you know, you’re the first person I’ll go to when I’m looking for some inspiration. I love reading your blog post because it’s always refreshing. Having said that, let me affirm that you are a brilliant coach in high demand!!😍😍

  • Saira says:

    He along with his opponent created his reality as a president. Opponents focused too much on him and not themselves.
    His policies, his actions and his words are loathsome for me but he is undeniably one of the best manifestor.

    • Jeannette says:

      “His policies, his actions and his words are loathsome for me but he is undeniably one of the best manifestor.” That about sums up my thoughts on it as well, Saira.

  • Jennifer says:

    I’m confused as to why anyone would think that our President is giving “conscious creators a bad name”? This is where a false narrative starts about him, just like so many late night liberal tv shows, accusing him of not being for the American people….he IS behind Americans 100%, what he is not behind is a stream of negative actions or thoughts for the American people. I don’t feel negatively impacted by him one bit and as soon as people get out of their own way and stop focusing on that type of mindset, perhaps they will be able to manifest like he is.

  • Steve says:

    I am comforted to know that I don’t have to justify the “goodness” of what I want to create it.

    • Jeannette says:

      Good perspective, Steve, that’s a point I didn’t make well in the post. But you’re right! He is good confirmation of that.

  • Erin Adams says:

    Hi Jeanette I have been missing you are the whole community
    I TOTALLY AGREE with what you wrote and while it kind of scares me how he is using his power of thought it is absolutely undeniable
    When he was running and not yet won I kind if thought yes he was going to win because he kept ranting it over and over.
    Thank you for all of your insight and time to speak love into my own political insights and views it obviously works!!
    I am a winner too!!!

  • Laura Lynn says:

    Thank you for seeing the positive and pointing it out!!! You found not one, not two, but 11 traits – in a real world, real time example!! Thank you for looking for and sharing a positive observation!
    You are amazing and I truly appreciate your genius at your job!

  • Christina in SW FL says:

    Okay got me laughing out loud with the cat photo, that is priceless. I like the paying myself for every positive thought. 🙂

  • Sab says:

    Exactly my point to a friend the other day who encouraged me to “stay positive” after six years of (unimaginable) challenges (during which I continually practiced “right thinking”) culminated in a cancer diagnosis last week. I told him “holding on to beliefs even when they are contrary to facts” is tearing our country apart and fueling destructive policies; why is it considered “enlightened” when “we” do it but “deplorable” when “they” do it? Even though it’s scary to let go of this fantasy (in which I was very invested) that I can somehow influence what happens in my life, after six years of optimism and looking for the spiritual gift, I’m now trying to find a spiritual and philosophical outlook that acknowledges we are all visited by heartbreak and trauma while on this planet, some of us more than others. And often times it is random and makes no sense.

    • Adrienne says:

      Check out Dr. Joe Dispenza’s work. Here’s a YouTube playlist of now over 200 testimonials from people who’ve attended his workshops and done his meditations. You can search within the testimonials for people who have cured/reversed their cancer with his work (it’s probably close to 50% of the playlist). I’m a massive fan of Jeannette and a massive fan of Dr. Joe.
      Sending you blessings,

  • Ginger says:

    I knew before the votes were in that he would win because he already had in his mind! He couldn’t lose in his mind! And, he really really wanted it.
    I do wonder if his manifesting is in alignment with his inner being. If so according to what I believe I’ve heard Abraham say it would be impossible to be cruel or harmful to others. Or is the harm I perceive (people, plants, animals, land) just that – MY perception?

    • Jeannette says:

      I suspect he’s doing a great job of looking out for those he cares about most. Makes me wonder what the world would look like if I was as good at taking care of the ones I cared about as he appears to be. lol

      • Ginger says:

        Hmmm. Wow. Good point. Thanks.

      • MLB says:

        Indeed. He just seems to care about people and things that have not been the presidential norm, in the past. I feel certain that American greatness is being set in motion by the contrast and hence the clarity of what is wanted.

  • Nancy says:

    I totally agree. The reality is we create our own reality. DJT is really a master manifestor. I hadn’t realized ALL the tools he was using until you laid them out though Jeanette. He is in his flow.

    • Jeannette says:

      Sure appears to be!
      And he’s teaching me how to not let someone else disrupt my own flow. He sticks to his story like few others I’ve met!

  • Michael says:

    I always thought of him as a Gene Simmons of real estate. 🙂 I think he is an example of someone who absolutely lives in his own reality and by his own rules…which is interesting. I wouldn’t necessarily want to spend a bunch of time with Gene Simmons or Donald Trump or Zuckerberg…but there are some interesting things to be learned from them. 🙂

  • Jennifer says:

    I have always thought this about him but didn’t dare speak it aloud – ha ha! I’m glad I’m not the only one who thinks he is genius at manifesting what he wants!

    • Jeannette says:

      I know what you mean, Jennifer! He’s a rather controversial figure. 🙂

    • I agree that he seems to be able to say and do what no one else was permitted to do before (look at his behavior at the debates and how little was done to make him conform to the established standards of a presidential debate). I would have just shut off his microphone. and requested that he not walk around behind Hillary while she was speaking. and if he did not acquiese then I would have had security make it so.
      He seems to be mostly concerned with creating a dreadful world where we cannot drink the water or breath the air; where there are no bees to pollinate the crops etc. Greed and perspicacity have never cohabitated. I am not religious but if there is a picture of the anti christ, it’s the drumpf.

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