Every so often, somewhere deep within we want something so bad that we believe it will happen. It is not a wish because it is not based in hope; it is a whole hearted conviction. Despite all statistics, or evidence suggesting it will not be, somehow it is. Somehow what we believe for our lives happens even when the odds of the whole world are stacked us
For some of us, manifestation is a very real concept, but for others it some pseudo-psychology laughing stock. Personally, my mind has traveled the entire spectrum between skepticism and sureness.
I may have lost some of you already, and that is okay; but for those of you who are still with me, I will share with you what my experiences have taught me.
Many people have written, lectured and captured in film the profound impact of manifestation and over the years I have listened to the lessons half-heeding the message.
It wasn’t until recently that realized I have been living these principals my whole life; but, due to the careless management of my mind the results have been a cocktail of punishment and positivity.
What I realized is this:
-Too often we get exactly what we want (ever caught yourself saying “I will get by” and finding that you have just enough money to pay the bills?)
-Our imagined scenarios often become our life (ever had a firm conviction that you would get married, have kids and you look around and that is your life?)
-Our convictions create real results (have you ever known someone who always believed they would be financially rich and they are?)
-Our vivid wonders are not just “what ifs” (have you ever caught yourself wondering with incredible detail an imagined scenario and the next thing you know it happens?)
Some of us have the gift of chaining together the coincidences of our lives and chocking it up to something more profound. What I have learnt in my life is that we need to manage our minds because this manifests in our lives.
We urge you to take the time to think about your thoughts in light of the possibility they may just come true. For our biggest fear in life should be a life lived in fear. And the only dreams that are not coming true are the ones we have yet to believe.
Rob and Jacq
Authors of “The Letters of Gratitude”