Experiences And Reflections
Last post I discussed the importance of visualization. This post I'd like to give you a few useful tools to incorporate into your daily routine for manifesting what you desire.
1. Invest in books on Crystal Healing.
Decide which ones resonate with you and purchase them to carry and have around you.
2. Meditate for a minimum of five minutes at least twice a day, three would be ideal. Then build yourself up to a half hour.
Use meditation music to distract your mind from wandering.
Focusing on a mantra or word you say to yourself works as well.
3. Post affirmations where you can see them.
4. Use your imagination.
The brain can't tell what is real and what is imagined. Get into the feeling of having what you desire and hold onto that feeling as if you aleady have it for as long as you can.
5. Have fun with this and keep away from negative people as much as possible.
And don't tell people what your desires are.
Wait until they manifest.
More coming soon!
Lisa Randall Alvarez
Many wonder if The Law Of Attraction is really real.
Many say with certainty that it is.
While others do not believe you can manifest things without hard work.
It's not about working harder, it's about working smarter.
This requires you to use your senses, intuition, mind, and body in ways that may not come naturally at first.
Visualization is a tool we all have at our disposal.
In my next entry, I will delve further into how you can use this tool to bring forth the things you want into your life.
A little tidbit for now is to close your eyes and imagine.
You are limitless.
The minute you put the key to your happiness in another person’s pocket, you’re essentially screwing yourself.
Because you’re giving your power away.
Don’t do it.
Go buy a key. It can be fancy or it can be straight from a department store.
Get yourself a keychain specifically for you. Get one that represents who you are as an individual.
This keychain belongs to you. You’re the only one that knows what locks to unlock and which ones to keep closed, and it all begins in your mind.
Every time you feel unsure or upset or like you’re losing control, grab your key.
Remind yourself who you are. Remind yourself of how far you’ve come.
Now make a decision to be happy in spite of it all.
And act accordingly.
People don’t understand the impact heartache can have on a person.
They think because the person appears to be okay, that things are okay.
Are you there in the middle of the night when the house is quiet and the voices say the ugliest things?
When the anxiety comes and won’t back off for sleep?
Are you there when the tears fall, the breaths come fast, and sobbing won’t stop?
Are you there when things really are good on the outside, but inside it feels like another sad person is living there and refuses to move out?
Then you can’t assume another person is ever okay.
You can’t save people.
You can do more.
You can be there.
You can make things a little easier by being a little nicer.