|12-18-2006, 02:14 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Vision boards and manifesting
I asked a question about vision boards last week and got a couple of interesting and encouraging replies.
Also some of the research I have embarked on, point to the fact that you have to be pretty specific and detailed on them. Therefore I have been typing some notes onto the things I am trying to manifest into my life. A lot of them are building specific business relationship to help drive my company forward.
I have a long term view on the business and have a desire and faith for some of these long term strategies. I am being specifically vague about them here in the forum, but will quite happily share some of them if others want to open up the disucssion.
However there are short term issues that will need to be addressed also. A lot of advice and books I am reading keep talking about keeping focused on the bigger picture and the shorter time will sort itself out.
Has this been the experiance of any others in the forum?
Again it would be interesting to hear from other members about some of the practical things they did. And what short term issues they had to address and more importantly, where they addressed?
I am enjoying reading some of the manifestation threads already up. Keep them coming in.
|12-18-2006, 02:32 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Perth, Australia
IM is pretty tricky if you try and research it.
You have to be specific in regards to the outcome, it has to be a "I will have *this*", something along those lines. Steve said he uses things like "I will boost my business sales by 20% this quarter", that's pretty specific.
The thing that you don't want to be specific about is the how, and the who and what involved in the how. Often the path you want to follow is not the one you should take, and the intention will want to manifest something else. Manifestic a specific business relationship would be one of these, you could stifle yourself with that intention. Intending "I will create a positive and long lasting business relationship that will drive my company forward." would be a good one because it's specific in the outcome, but not in the details.
When you put out an intention you will see all those little things get handled, the hows and the ifs, buts and maybes. The hard part to avoid is worrying about the little things, because that leads to doubt, and doubt is intention. The instant you doubt something you give it power to fail. Being on the ball, handling what needs to be handled and taking action where it's required are definately needed, but keep killing thoughts like "I don't think/know if this will work." You can be unsure, that's fine, just don't be doubtful. The difference is that being unsure just is lack of knowledge, being doubtful is actively thinking it might not work. Deal with what you can, and don't worry/doubt about what you can't deal with.
As for me, I manifested the job I wanted after I gave up the disempowering thought that I could never get one, or that I never want one. I've also manifested many smaller events, but none that stick out. Perhaps I have to start creating some really big Intentions.
I'm going to go do that.
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