Six examples of how your brain can actually trick you by mixing up colors and creating a “false reality”. You can turn this knowledge in your favor when manifesting your dreams.
We all talk about love, we write about it, film movies, but we never really teach anything about it with as much effort & passion as what goes into fiction.
Today, we’re continuing to examine the topic of desires from other angles and will tackle the question of where they actually come from and how they form in our conscious and subconscious world.
One of the most frequent problems that people are faced with when trying to manifest their desires is something that sounds banally simple: correctly determining the desires themselves…
We tend to dislike criticism. We take it personally and react defensively, sometimes aggressively. What does this person know about my life? Who is he to judge? It seems like a natural reaction, but reacting in the opposite manner can have huge benefits.
Have you ever had a feeling that the universe is trying to tell you something? That what you’re seeing and hearing all around you is too much of a coincidence and it has to be some kind of sign? Well, sometimes that’s exactly what it is and it pays to… pay attention. 😉
A very close friend of mine had an experience that perfectly illustrates the difference between trying to force your intentions onto the world and allowing the world to do its thing after setting your intention.
Even if you’ve been practicing manifestation methods for several years, you’re still bound to make mistakes here and there. Obviously more so if you’re just starting out and not yet sure about what works best for you. Based on personal experiences as well as the experiences of others, here are the top three manifestation mistakes that I’ve found the vast majority of would-be manifesters make.