No doubt you are one of many that are wondering if you can really create or change your own reality. Perhaps you have tried to manifest more money, a loving relationship, a new job, only to see nothing happen.
Wouldn’t it be fun if you would actually be able to consciously create something that also manifests quickly?
Last week I did a little experiment, which created such powerful proof that we can indeed consciously create our reality that I wanted to share it with you. What was this experiment about?
Every morning, when I woke up, I consciously expressed my desire to have inspiring, uplifting conversations that day.
Now, this may not sound like a particularly difficult thing to manifest, but bear in mind that I am currently working as a risk manager in a financial services company. Can you imagine the kind of discussions I have all day?
I was impressed with the results. Every day, without exception, I would have unexpected and inspiring encounters with colleagues discussing the meaning of relationships, the purpose of work, dealing with personal or professional challenges, passion and other subjects that had nothing to do with risk management or financial services.
It was a wonderful experience and it only required me to be very clear about my desire. I didn’t need to do anything else. Actually, I forgot about my intention the moment I stepped out of the door. In other words, I didn’t get in the way with my thoughts or beliefs. Only when I was actually having an inspiring conversation , I remembered in that moment my intention and I had to smile, every time, how my desire manifested itself.
Why not try this little experiment for yourself? It is simple, it doesn’t cost you money or time and it is a lot of fun to play with.
I am looking forward to hear from you about your experiences.
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