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.
I went back the next day and there they were… pink womens thongs.
This past week, I’ve been craving a gingerbread man. My grandmother used to make them when we were growing up and they were amazing. I looked at a few places, but didn’t find one. I let it go.
Today, I went to lunch today with my mum. She offered to shout me a coffee and cake. I went to the counter to choose which cake I wanted and looking back at me were little gingerbread men.
You could easily say that it’s coincidence, but that’s not doing your manifesting skillset any good.
Take the time to notice what you’re thinking and feeling, and then take notice of what appears in your life. Don’t try to make things happen. When you go looking for evidence, you won’t find it.
Let it go and allow your manifestations of all sizes to appear magically before your eyes. Make sure you say, “Thank you!”
What small things have you manifested that brought a smile to your dial?