This is a continuation of my last post.
How do you get to know yourself, in order to be sure you manifest what you truly desire?
Take time for stillness, meditation, and contemplation each day, and get to know yourself in an intimate way. Learn from your feelings about things. What are they telling you? What are the deeper feelings under why you feel that way? What lights you up? What drains you? What makes you feel like you are moving towards something, and what makes you feel as if you are manifesting more of what you’re moving away from?
When you answer these questions and start to move forward, you should also be aware that many of your old subconscious beliefs (ones you are probably not aware of), will begin to rise to the surface. They will try to throw you off track, because you are trying to manifest the opposite of what they are telling you is possible for you to achieve. You soaked up these old tapes long ago, and they are most likely not applicable to what you are trying to create in this moment. Be gentle with them and yourself as you attempt to define, unravel, and dissolve them, they’ve been with you for a long time.
Give yourself grace, and move through both the wins and the road blocks with an understanding that you need time to dismantle the old, as well as to integrate the new. Be proud of yourself for choosing something different, and celebrate the fact that you are continuing to move forward, despite the old programs that are trying to derail you. You are stronger than they are, but you also must bend a bit to allow them to affect you. If you do nothing but fight constantly, you’ll wear yourself out.
Manifesting your dreams is a delicate balancing act. You must move forward without pushing so hard that you exhaust yourself, but also keep enough momentum going to keep you at a steady pace.
Take the time to integrate and absorb the new you are moving towards. Manifesting what you truly desire is not a huge jump from A-Z. It’s a journey that you’ll look back on at different points in time, and realize just how far you’ve come.
Slow and steady wins the race.