How To Quickly Manifest Your Dreams
Gratefulness is not something reserved for Thanksgiving. We should all make an effort to be appreciative for all we have every single day. Day eleven of the Twelve Days of Crysmas is all about gratitude.
Day Eleven: Attitude of Gratitude
The key to manifesting anything in your life is to practice gratitude. Once you’ve set your intentions, there’s no need to continue to worry about them. Worrying about what could happen, what might happen, and what could go wrong will only cause those things to manifest in your life because what you focus on magnifies (Click to Tweet).
Instead of focusing your energy on things you know will happen when they’re supposed to, be obsessively grateful for everything that you have. Show your appreciation for the things you have even if they aren’t the things you necessarily want. You may not like your job or your boss or your coworkers, but you have a job and many people are without. You will not receive a better job or better coworkers until you appreciate the ones you currently have. It may be difficult, but the things you really want typically require some level of discomfort.
I always make it a point to not only express gratitude for the things that I have, but also the things I don’t have. I’ve asked for a lot of things that I either didn’t get, or I got them, and then realized it wasn’t actually what I wanted, and it was taken away. Be thankful for the things and people who are no longer in your life. Often, when doors close and chapters end, it takes a lot of emotional labor to get past it, which is why I wrote Your Guide to Beating Heartbreak. It’s difficult, but in healing, you realize that losing that person was a great thing because it helps you move to the next level. It’s hard to climb higher when someone is weighing you down, so be thankful that the dead weight has been cut and you’re now able to reach another level.
If all you do is say thank you before getting out of bed and/or before going to sleep, it’s enough. Take nothing you have for granted because, at any moment, it can all be taken away.
What are you grateful for today?