How to Manifest a Job I want to share some manifesting habits that I’ve used in my life
to manifest and create this reality that I live today.
It’s kind of crazy to see how I’ve written things down
or dreamt things up years and years ago, and now they’re a part of my reality.
I can’t attribute all of it to manifesting.
Of course, you have to take action, and there’s time,
there’s a lot of factors that are involved.
But I did start cultivating this law of attraction-inspired habits
early on to propel me into the future.
And back then, when I was doing all of these things, I wasn’t sure if they were working.
I wasn’t sure if this would shape my reality.
But now, I can look back and say, “Wow, I think it did work.”
It did play a part in my journey.
So the first habit – and I’m going to start simple – is:
I wrote down my goals, and I reviewed them often.
I would keep notes on my phone that I’ve pinned to the top in my Simple Notes app,
messages like my Vivid Vision, my ultimate vision for my life, and my yearly goals.
I would continuously review those to myself, and when I created the Artist of Life Workbook,
that’s where I started writing down my goals in that workbook, How to Manifest a Job
and I would review the workbook monthly at least.
I found this stat in an article that only 3% of Americans write their goals down on paper,
and less than 1% review those goals daily.
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So if you put yourself in that less than 1% that writes your goals down
and reviews them daily, then that is one way to propel yourself closer to your goals,
because you want to stay focused on them.
Only when you write things down, you make it “real” in your mind first.
Things have to be real in your mind first before it can be real in life.
So please write it down, and then when you review it daily, you’re focusing on it, and you’re connecting your energy to the energy of that goal.
And thus, you attract that reality, that goal, into your life
because you’re an energetic match for that goal.
If all this doesn’t make sense, I do have another video on the law of attraction –
what it is, how it works – that I’ll link down below.
The next manifesting habit that I’ve done in the past is memorizing
and repeating my goals and affirmations in my head, in bed, before I go to sleep.
If you know me, I’ve talked about my sleep habits and stuff.
I tend to have trouble falling asleep at night, and I have insomnia sometimes.
Anyway, I figured that since it was so hard for me to fall asleep,
I might as well use that time in bed, closing my eyes and repeating my desires
over and over and over again in my head.
And this is something that I did in 2014.
I want to read to you an example of a phrase that I would say to myself,
literally on repeat, hundreds of times.
“I am boldly expressing my joy and zest for life with my growing audience on Lavendaire.
As I travel the world and create beautiful works of art,
- I am constantly sharing my inspiration, my experience,
and my wisdom with millions of people.”
- Before, so many things manifested into my reality.
- I couldn’t even reach 1,000 people, but I was saying in the present tense:
- I am reaching millions of people.
- I’m traveling the world doing all these fantastic things.
- So I just had that vision in my mind.
- I’d repeat phrases like this over and over and over again.
- And I forgot that I did this until recently.
- I was reminded, talking to a friend about the law of attraction.
So I was like, “Yeah, I should probably share that online,” that I used to repeat my desires.
And you have to repeat it in the present tense
because the law of attraction states that you want to feel as if you’re living that life,
or as if that thing you want has already happened.
That way, you’re tricking your mind into believing that you’re already there honestly,
and that attracts that reality to you sooner.
Another similar thing that I used to do is:
At the gym, I would run on the treadmill from 20-30 minutes,
while repeating positive affirmations in my head.
I don’t go to the gym to run the treadmill because I like other types of classes,
but I used to say things like, “I am beautiful, strong, lean.”
I would say all these things, all these positive thoughts and desires,
say it in the present tense.
And as I was running, it became a chant
or just something to run along with to the beat.
I know it’s kind of weird to some people, but I do believe that it works,
because it makes you feel healthy and vibrant.
And as you say these positive things, you’re kind of motivated to keep running
because you’re like, “Yeah, that’s what I want! Let’s go!”
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All of this brings me to my next habit, which is: Scripting.
Scripting is something that I’ve done for years, and I still do it now, every once in a while.
Scripting is journaling in the present tense of the life that you want to live,
journaling your desires.
And it’s kind of like what I was talking about before, feeling it, writing it in the present tense.
Scripting is just the journaling exercise to do that, and it lets you get super detailed,
paint the picture of what you want your life to look like in all of these different areas.
Scripting, you can do it, say, How to Manifest a Job
Lean into the future three years or ten years or 20 years,
and you can imagine what you want your life to look like at that moment,
and write a journal entry of what you would write if you were there.
- “I woke up this morning, had a beautiful,” – I don’t know –
- “yoga session, drank a cup of tea.”
- Get detailed on it and write all the beautiful things you’ve accomplished
and how you feel after completing all those things you want to achieve.
- And it’s just an enjoyable thing to do.
- My friend, Kimberley Wenya Loo, actually scripts every single morning.
- She’s a manifesting coach.
The more you do it, the more natural it feels to write in that present tense.
And you won’t tell the difference between your reality
and what is that desired reality that you’re writing in.
You want to close that gap between where you are, where you want to be.
But you’ll write in a sense that you can’t tell whether it’s real or not,
and that’s the trick.
The next manifesting habit is to use visuals to attract your desired reality,
How to Manifest a Job and I’ve talked about this many times.
You can use a vision board.
A Vision Board is Just Images on a Board
- That represent your desired life.
- Another one that I’ve shared in the past
that’s in the Artist of Life Workbook is Current Me vs. Future Me.
- That’s an exercise that I started doing in 2012,
just painting the picture of my current state, How to Manifest a Job
and then my ideal self in the future that I want to be.
- When you lay it all out visually,
it helps to see how you can bridge that gap
and how you can move from this current self to the future self.
- After doing that exercise for so many years, How to Manifest a Job
I feel like more and more, I’ve become that future ideal self,
especially when I look back at the first one that I ever created.
- I have almost everything that I wanted back then, now.
And it’s fantastic.
The next manifesting habit that I’ve done in the past is listening to
Deepak Chopra meditations or audiobooks before I go to sleep.
As you can tell, before I go to sleep, I have a lot of time
before I fall asleep, so I like to use that time productively.
I just started listening to Deepak Chopra meditations.
I was like, “Okay, let me try this. Maybe it will help me fall asleep.”
And in listening to his meditations –
he has audiobooks. I’ll link my favorite ones down below –
he has some on Creating Affluence, the Spiritual Laws of Success,
all of these fantastic, excellent resources.
And for some reason, I enjoy Deepak Chopra’s voice,
because he speaks with so much wisdom.
It might just be his accent that makes him sound-wise,
but I only really, really love his stuff.
I feel like listening to something that profound and that enriching before bed,
it’s a way to let it marinate in your mind and infuse it into who you are,
your subconscious, and thus, your reality.
These are resources that you can listen to over and over again.
And he recommends that you listen to it multiple times so that you understand.
My favorite one is probably the Creating Affluence one, where he goes from A to Z on all the values and principles you want to live with, How to Manifest a Job
to create Affluence in your life.
And it’s just something that I enjoy.
Maybe it’ll work for you, perhaps it won’t, but give it a try.
The last manifesting habit that changed my life is the most important.
And I should have started with this first, but I didn’t want to bore you guys because it’s not new.
It’s something you’ve heard repeatedly,
but it’s to cultivate a practice of gratitude
and cultivate this feeling of abundance and feeling blessed in your life.
It’s so important to feel that joy, gratitude
because when you feel like that, you’re going to invite more of that feeling into your life.
You’re going to ask for more realities, opportunities, How to Manifest a Job
material things that will make you feel even more grateful,
even more, abundant in your life.
I realize that, back then, when I was struggling,
I saw everything through the eyes of lack, like “I don’t have this. I don’t have that.”
I felt like I lacked in so many areas.
That just made me tumble down into a more negative cycle of
“I’m not enough. I’m not successful enough.
I’m not good enough. I’m not smart enough or talented enough.
Nothing’s working for me.”
Your perception of the world shapes the world
Shifting that mindset and starting gratitude journaling, How to Manifest a Job
beginning to look at the beautiful things in life: what’s working, what’s going right.
Once you turn your perspective to that joy, love, and gratitude,
you invite positive things to come into your life to represent that reality.
Your perception of the world shapes the world.
If you see negativity and lack, that’s what you’re going to create more of.
And if you see love, joy, abundance, then you’re going to make more of that.
And I have shifted my mindset entirely to:
- Every day I feel grateful.
- Every day I feel blessed and abundant,
- How to Manifest a Job and I have more than enough in my life.
And thus, once I have that mindset, money comes easy to me,
everything is beautiful around me.
- Even if you have bad days or bad things are happening in the world,
you still see that complimentary silver lining,
and there’s still so much good and beauty in the world to appreciate.
So it is just that shift in perception that changes so much,
and I think shifting to gratitude, joy, abundance is necessary.
It’s the foundation, the baseline to manifest the reality that you desire.