Manifesting Lessons for Beginners
My kitchen counter was getting all scratched up from dragging my coffee machine back and forth. I needed something that would move my machine from the back wall of my counter out of the way and move forward for use. In my mind I saw the slide forward and back.
I played with the idea in my mind off and on for a few days.
Saturday morning my intuition said to go into my ‘personal manifestation store’ (local consignment). So frustrating…I looked high and low for this thing and it wasn’t there. How can this be? I am a # 1 manifester! I told the owner that my manifestation mojo may have failed me. What I wanted wasn’t appearing.
She asked for details and I told her what I was looking for and why. She said ‘hold on, I’m going into the back storage’. Out she came with the very thing.
First Lesson: Just ask
Manifestation requires a childlike mindset
Manifestation is a child-like mind set; you know what you want and dream about getting it.
Don’t think about the ‘how’. That’s not your problem. Just focus on the ‘want’. Get into the details; what does it look like; what does it feel like in your hands? Does it have a smell? What colour is it?
Think about how you will feel when this is in your life experience. Think about how happy you are about getting this gift from the loving universe.
This is what it is like, living in the zone of ease and expectation.
Third Lesson: Don’t make it hard
Fourth Lesson: Start with something small and achievable
According to Esther Hicks, a car is as easy to manifest as a button, but if asking brings up a litany of why you don’t deserve or trust or allow, you will have problems getting what you are asking for.
Practice by starting with something small and achievable; something that has no stress programming attached. Keep playing at this and keep asking for something bigger.
Fifth Lesson: Be patient
Pay attention to your thoughts. Focus on what you are trying to attract. With manifestation, money is no object. The trick is to connect with the zone of ease and flow.
Sixth Lesson: Make it real
If you are looking for a large item, like a home or a car, make a detailed list of ALL the aspects and features you want. What does a home feel like to you? Do you want a neighbourhood community feeling, or a house that gives you a feeling of invisible privacy? This distinction matters.
Seventh Lesson: Be as specific as you can
I set up a meeting for another friend to view it, and as I looked at the space, I began to see how what I wanted could be achieved with a little remodelling. I saw myself there. At the end of my friend’s tour, I said that I wanted the flat as long as I could make some changes and improvements.
I renovated along side the owners for over 3 months. Three months after I moved in, I found my sheet with the list of 29 things I wanted. I got all but one; I didn’t get a fireplace.
Eight Lesson:Expect it
Change your mindset. Start thinking about what you want. Make it fun. When you were a child, you didn’t wonder if there would be a gift under the Christmas tree. You expected it to be there. Make room in your life for it.
Trust that it will arrive and celebrate when it does.Nelda McEwen has been practicing as a Medical Intuitive in SW Ontario for over 28 years; counselling individuals and families, as well as offering her signature ICH training to other Medical Intuitives in the health field. Nelda’s professional research has been acknowledged and published in the Professional Kinesiology Practitioners Manual. The PKP program is recognized through the International Kinesiology College of Zurich Switzerland.