Manifesting and Meditation – Why a Good Manifestor Meditates
Every once in a while, even the most experienced manifesting maven can (and probably will…) get lost. Asking yourself “Which manifesting path should I now take?” is only natural, there are after all TONS of possibilities and options!
For me, realizing that manifesting get so much easier when I tune into and follow my bliss, doing what excites me, was a wonderful revelation, but it also came with its fair share of confusion.
Once you start manifesting successfully, this feeling of “I can do anything! I can be anything!” takes over for a while… and naturally, the question of “What is it that I REALLY want?” follows suit.
The ‘Too Many Manifesting Options Syndrom’
A world of unlimited possibilities, governed by your true desires, can sometimes feel just as limited as the world you were living in before you started manifesting… ’cause hey, making choices can be hard!
I, personally, felt like I can manifest ONLY what I really really want. So before I can manifest anything new, I need to know that I want it… and most of the time, I didn’t know what I really really want, at least, not what I want to have for the rest of my life or even for the near future.
When You Get Lost and Feel You Need ‘Something’ – Meditate.
Meditation takes away the focus from your brain and places it in your heart. And while your brain tends to jump between the past and future, your heart only knows the present. What you are feeling now, that’s it. And it has lots of good answers, when you stop for long enough and listens to it.
It can tell you what you should really be focusing on, and what isn’t really all that important to you. It can tell you what you really want NOW, and you’ll find out that these are the easiest manifestations you will ever do. Sometimes it won’t take more than actually acknowledging what your heart is saying, before it is manifested.
A Quick Meditation for (Usually) Non-Meditating People
So in case you’re now totally jazzed up about meditation, you can start with this simple one:
1) close your eyes
2) place your hand on your heart
3) take long, deep breathes, focusing on your heart’s energy
4) once you feel like your brain has started to calm down, direct your energy towards the breathing process
5) follow your breath as you inhale and exhale, until everything else becomes just the background
6) shift your attention back to your heart and ask “what do I really want, right now?”
7) continue to breathe and wait to see what comes up