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.
Manifesting seems like this mystical, magical thing that’s available to those who catch a lucky break. It’s not. It’s something that’s available to all of us if we take the time to understand the process.
From the day we’re born, the programming for our path in life begins. We learn from those around us what we need to do to fit into this world… their version of this world. What we learn is limited to what the small circle of people we associate know.
We’re told to stop dreaming. “Save yourself from disappointment!” they chime in unison!
The only disappointing thing about that statement is the disappointment that not making ourselves available to possibly experience the disappointment brings to our lives.
It keeps us playing safe and stops us from taking a leap of faith.
Believe it or not, you’re already manifesting the life you’re living.
Okay, it may be a far cry from the life you want deep down inside, but it’s the life you’ve been programmed to believe is possible…
A life based upon the beliefs of others who have been in your ear since the moment you were born, telling you what to believe based upon what they were taught to believe…
The people around you. The people you associate with. The media. The society you live in.
Unless you’re switched on to how manifesting works, you’re subconsciously manifesting with a program you didn’t create!
If you want to be successful, it’s all go, go, go. Forget about your dreams. Fit in and do what you have to do to make lots of money and you’ll be seen as successful… So they say…
Money is important, but it’s also just an energy. It’s no less or more important than any of the other energies. I know some people who are making a lot of money, but their life revolves around their work and they have no money sense. Their health is poor. They have hardly any life outside of their work. They believe they’re successful, and from the point of making lots of money, they are. But they’re making money from a poor man’s perspective and they’re living to work.
We weren’t raised with religion in the home. I didn’t realise there was such a thing until I went to school and we had Religious Education classes.
I don’t remember much about the classes except for the excitement I felt when I saw the drawings in the books of the sun streaming down through the clouds.
Even at a young age, it was an instant connection to my soul.
I didn’t even realise THAT was a thing, but in that moment, I knew it WAS a thing.
A thing I was never taught but I knew existed.