We humans love to look to the future. What’s going to happen? Will it be good? Will I get what I want? Anxiously, we visualize possible paths to our desired “finished product,” based on linear thinking and our human perspective of the world. Does it get us there faster? No.
That’s a lot of anxiety, formulating all of those possible paths to your desired thing.
It’s normal for awakening humans to initially doubt the manifestation process. After all, we chose to live among the constructs of the game: linear time, entrapped energy (solid surroundings), and polarity. It’s only recently that we’re discovering that we’re creating the whole thing…and that waiting is part of the illusion.
So our desires are sent out there, and then the human mind takes over with trying to manifest it. HOW AM I GOING TO GET THERE?
Here are a couple of examples:
- “All I need to do is meet this person, and say that, and he will connect me with that person.”
- “Well that would never work, there is no way that they would give me a chance with my current education. I need to go to school first, and that’s another 4 years…”
It’s never your job to figure that part out.
The power of conscious creation is sending out the desire, with intent, and then letting it go. Only then can you allow it in.
This can be a little challenging when you are a good visualizer, who likes to refine things out to the minute detail. That’s totally cool; I’m one of those people too. Here’s the key to balancing that:
Spend most of your awake time on the finished product, rather than the steps in between. Be that person that you are in the presence of the finished product (or situation, or partner, or lifestyle…the nature of the finished product doesn’t matter.)
This will amount to more of a feeling, rather than the continual generation of images in your head. No need to constantly imagine different surroundings, or conversations that need to happen. In other words, go about your normal day, right where you are, yet feeling the way you’ll feel with the finished product around.
Now during your meditation, when you are at home and quiet, is when you can use your superpower visualization techniques to include alternate realities (places, times and so on) that make it seem really real to you. It’s not necessary to do this type of hyper-focused visualization all day long.
It’s a balance of pushing and allowing.
And if you do slip up and start making up a story of how you’re going to get there, recognize that any ideas you may have about your path are merely one of an infinite number of potentialities, not necessarily the way it will play out. The Universe has a wonderful sense of humor, and there could be more a fun, joyful, and EASIER path to your finished product than your human mind ever imagined. Be open to everything.
This is how you can be totally accepting of what you have now and still want things.
It’s being focused, with appreciation.
Focus on good things, to curb those lack feelings of not yet having what you want, since focusing on lack diverts your path to the finished product.
Let the Universe surprise you. (It’s what you wanted.)
*Resource: If you would like some support on releasing resistance, listening to Abraham-Hicks is motivating. Plenty of material on YouTube, or web site below.