Manifesting Your Desires: Harnessing the Power of Your Mind

By Pam Wilson

by Celia Cooksey

As the new year approaches, many people set resolutions to improve their lives, a process I personally refer to as “manifesting.” Whether you realize it or not, you are constantly manifesting through your thoughts, feelings, and emotions, which can impact your physical reality.

Your brain can process up to 70,000 thoughts per day. Those thoughts, feelings and emotions can actually affect your physical world.

Think back to a day when you woke up in a bad mood, stubbed your toe, and spilled your coffee on the way to work. Maybe you had a feeling it would be a bad day, that then turned out that way. Was it all just a coincidence, or did you manifest it?

Now, imagine if you had woken up and said, “I know today is going to be a great day.” What could have happened instead?

Manifesting is not simply imagining or wishing for something to happen and expecting it to magically come true. It involves harnessing the power of your mind to create new thoughts, feelings, and emotions that can change your reality. It is a powerful tool available to anyone, but it is not magic.

The four major components necessary for manifesting are Gratitude, Visualization, Positive Self-Talk/Worthiness, and Taking Action.

Here’s how you can manifest your desires:

  1. Your Energy Creates Your Reality: To become your manifestation, you need to raise your energetic vibration. Start each day with a gratitude practice, writing down 10-15 things you are grateful for. This practice raises your vibration and helps you recognize more things to be grateful for throughout the day. Remember, you have control over the frequency and energy you choose to operate in.
  2. Visualization: Understand that your thoughts can shape your reality. Channel your thoughts toward manifesting better health, harmonious relationships, and success in your career. Once you are clear on what you want to manifest, use visualization techniques. Imagine how it would feel to have what you desire and how it would bring joy to yourself and others. Visualization is supported by neuroscience, as studies show that our brains respond similarly to visualizing actions as they do to actually performing them. Olympic athletes have used visualization to enhance their performance, and it can work for you, too.
  3. Remove Fear: Believing in your deservingness is crucial for manifesting what you want. Overcome negative self-talk and self-doubt. Our brains are like supercomputers, and our self-talk is the program they run. Utilize neuroplasticity to create new neural pathways and rewire your brain with positive belief systems. Replace negative self-talk with affirmations to generate the energetic momentum needed for manifestation.
  4. Take Action: Visualization alone is not enough. Align your actions with your desires. If you want a loving relationship, better health, or a successful career, take steps toward achieving them.

What are you going to manifest this year?

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