Hey guys, how is everyone? Clark here. Today I want you to take a journey with me, on a manifest ‘anything you want’ visualization. As you may well know, thoughts become things. What you hold with intensity in your mind will translate to it happening in real life. So you need to be careful about what you always think about!
What Do You Want?
Take a minute and think for a while. If you’re not bounded by reality, what would you be, do and have? That’s the question you should ask yourself before starting this visualization. Make sure it’s something you want, not something your boss, or your friend, or your sibling, or your mother, or your father, or your teacher, wants for you.
Perhaps you want to be a superhero. You could do that in your mind. Who knows? You might not fly, but maybe you’d then save someone in real life. It doesn’t have to be something big and life-changing. Maybe you’d like a massage, but couldn’t go out due to the Covid-19 situation at your place. That would be a good excuse to practice visualization!
Give Yourself Time to Immerse Yourself in it
It’s important that you don’t rush things. You can’t be sitting or lying down to start your visualization, and in the back of your mind you’re thinking of the list of things you have to do later, and feeling uneasy, and wanting to be quick about this so that you can then go back to your list of things-to-do! Understand that this might be the most important work you do all day. You have the rest of the day to reply to emails, read the news, and watch your favorite sports’ highlights. Does it really matter that you give yourself this time to feel good and raise your vibration? If you still can’t relax, just do some of the things that are on your list before settling down to visualize.
When starting the visualization, it is always important to relax your entire self. Then relax it some more. And then relax it some more! Until you find the subtle sweet feeling that comes with letting go. If for any reason you find that you couldn’t relax, you may want to meditate for a while. Feel your breathing. In and out. In and out. In and out. If any thoughts come up, gently return your attention to your breath. Remember to relax while you’re doing this.
Gently bring your attention to the thing that you want to manifest. Like I said, it could be anything. Spending exciting times with someone you admire, catching your breath at the surrounding scenery at one of the most iconic travel places in the world, living a financially-free life. Make-believe, this is it. You’re where you’ve always dreamed of being. Live it. Who is beside you now? What conversation are the two of you having? What’s happening in front of you? Make it a beautiful story. Make it an exciting story. So that when you come out of your visualization, you can still feel the sweetness, the wonder, and the joy and excitement of it long after your session is over.
When a thought comes to you, did you originate the thought, or did it come from somewhere beyond the mind? And as long as it’s a good thought, does it really matter who gets the credit for it? When I’m feeling really relaxed, I find that pleasant, exciting thoughts come to me voluntarily. Whether it’s easier for me to think a positive thought, or good thoughts can more easily flow into my head from somewhere when I’m relaxed, doesn’t matter to me that much. When that happens, personally I roll with it and milk it for all it’s worth, by continuing to relax and let the story unfold. So if you feel stuck at any point of your visualization, it’s probably because you’ve tensed up without even realizing it. So return to your truly relaxed state of being and let the visualization sweep you off your feet once more.
Stop Focusing on the Physical Lack
If you could make the feelings you feel in your visualizations the end goal and not care so much about the physical manifestations, the irony is that they (the physical manifestations) will come to you faster. When you become a person who is happy in life, the Universe will provide you the physical evidence sooner rather than later. Before we part ways, I really hope you’ve gained something from the above. Please do not hesitate to leave your questions and comments below. Till the next time, thank you so much!