It’s important to remember to honour where you are on your understanding manifesting journey. Some of it may make sense, some of it may seem a bit ‘out there’, while some of it may trigger you.
My beliefs could easily trigger someone who believes something different. They may trigger you. They may bring you peace.
I was taught by society that it was wrong not to feel tremendous grief when someone left me or passed, but all that did was make me sick. Really sick, like ‘send-me-for-surgery-five-times’ sick. It wasn’t until I dug deep into what I truly believed on a soul level that I found comfort, healing, and wellness.
A trigger will show you the areas of your life and beliefs that are worth looking at. Are they taught beliefs?
Perception… It should be called deception…
It’s your ego deceiving you.
Perceptions are based on ingrained beliefs and they taint your reality. It’s that voice in your head that tells you what the ego believes is going on and most of the time it’s so far off the mark, it’s ridiculous.
Your perception of the world will create your reality. The thoughts in your head will create what you perceive to be true and then deceive you into thinking they’re true.
Do you contemplate your navel or do you seek guidance from the navels of others?
The navel is located near the Solar Plexus chakra. It’s a very powerful chakra. It’s your personal power chakra. It’s where your self worth lies.
Having the ability to look within gives you the opportunity to live your life on your terms. If you look for guidance from others, you’re living your life on their terms.
Beliefs are those things we hold dear to our hearts and live our lives by. They’re what we judge everything and everyone in life by. But when you get down to the nitty gritty, where did those beliefs come from?
Unless you’ve made the conscious choice to create your own beliefs, your beliefs are not your own.
From the moment we’re born, we’re shoved into a box, a belief box, and in that box are everyone else’s beliefs. Your parent’s, your peers, and society’s. You’re shoved into that box to absorb everyone else’s beliefs so you’ll fit in.
To become a conscious creator, focus on the little things. Manifesting isn’t all about those big things you desire. When you take the time to notice the little things you’re manifesting, the quicker you’ll understand what you need to do to manifest the bigger things.
I recently recorded a video for a Christmas comedy competition. The competition was based in the USA, so I was playing around with an idea for a joke about Santa wearing thongs (footwear) because that means something completely different in Australia to what it means in the USA (G-string). I thought about holding up a pair of Aussie thongs to support the joke but I didn’t have any. I let it go.
The next day, we went for a walk to a supermarket that has an aisle down the middle where they sell really random things that change from week to week. This particular week, they had thongs! But then I realised I hadn’t been clear enough. These were mens thongs. I wanted pink womens thongs.
Remember that time when you were told to stop dreaming and to face reality to save yourself from disappointment?
Stop doing that. All that effectively does is create disappointment.
I was literally laughed at when I was 17, back in the 80s, and I told the worker at the employment service I wanted to be a radio announcer.
“Yeah. Ha ha ha! Jobs like that don’t come through here.”
But three weeks later, there I was, sitting in the studio of a radio station ready for my first shift.