You come into this life with challenges and eases. It’s all a blessing. If you’re paying attention you learn from it all–the end of a romance, the death of a child, the stalling of a creative process, poor health, or even hooking up the computer. Every situation tests your patience and brings up issues of faith and trust in Something greater. You look for proof that you matter, that Divinity exists and isn’t sleeping, or that there is something more to life.
If I am are here now doing what I’m supposed to be doing in order to learn from a life-lesson, such as a boring job or poverty, then why should I visualize a better job?
“Supposed” to be doing? Maybe it’s about choice! If you’re learning something honest and truthful about yourself in that boring job then stay with the job. As soon as it no longer challenges you to be more of who you are then know it’s time to go. Remember, if something limits your growth, it no longer serves you. Let it go. If you find judgment in any job, action, or thought then there is more ‘work’ to be done. When you feel complete with an action or thought then it’s time to move on. Karma completed. You came to this Earth to make a decision about who you are and to VALUE that decision no matter what.
Eventually you must ask of yourself, “What is it that I truly, truly value?” Value who you are and you’ll harmonize with who you are becoming. Pure Conscious Love is, ever was, and ever will be-YOU.
As you begin to manifest, know that everything you need is already in this world and it awaits your decision to choose.
Instead of seeing yourself as having to go out into the world to ‘get something,’ feel yourself standing perfectly still in the wisdom that IT ALREADY EXISTS and ATTRACT IT to you.
All you need to do is bring it into your life by trusting that your needs are met. Choose what it is you intend to manifest. This is called the Law of Attraction. You are the magnet. You have the power to magnetize. Manifestation is the power to create something from thin air. Repeat after me, “I trust that my needs are met. My needs are met…EVEN IF I don’t know how to meet them.”