Tools for Manifesting

October 31st, 2012

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Last week I had a post about The Art of Manifesting, in which I mentioned a few tools that can help us stay focused on our dreams, goals and desires. This week I wanted to delve a little more into the tools, and share some of my personal experience in using them.


I have realized over the years that although all the tools are good, the ones that work best are the ones that work for YOU, so, it doesn't really matter which tools you use, you can use one or many of them, the important thing is that they work for you. What I mean by working for you is basically finding the tool that will bring the right emotions to your heart, the emotions that can produce the right energy you need in order to manifest the things you want.

Since we are all different individuals, we have different ways of perceiving and processing information, so it is important to be mindful of what works and what doesn't. I have seen a lot of people get stuck trying to make a certain tool work for them and get frustrated because it doesn't.

The good news is that there are tools for everyone, so make sure you don't get stuck in the one tool that does not work for you and give up altogether. Try different tools until you find what works.

In my personal experience, I have explored many tools and it wasn't until recently that I realized what works best for me. To my surprise, what works best for me is journaling. I am a very visual person and the vision boards, mini movies, collages, etc. did work, but I never felt my emotions rising the way I did with writing.

When I fist came into journaling, I was mainly writing to release negative emotions, so I would write about those things that angered and frustrated me, things that were not working in my life. When I was done writing, I always felt better. This kind of journaling works well and is often used in therapy, so it is certainly a good tool, especially if your negative emotions are too strong and you desperately need to release them before you even think of bringing positive ones in.

It occurred to me that I could also write about the outcomes I was looking for, as if they were already a reality, as if I had already achieved them. So I started writing about living the life I wanted! While I was writing the scenarios of my fulfilled goals, I was feeling excited and happy, I was feeling accomplished and satisfied. My emotions were clearly positive and were rising as I wrote.

I then decided to create a journal that I called: "Journal into Reality" and I divided it into the areas of my life that I think are most important, that way I could be more specific about every area and bring more detail to each one. It is important to be specific about what we want, and the more detail we bring into the projection, the better we can picture it in our minds, the more real it becomes.

Furthermore, I found that if I was having trouble with a specific area of my life, let's say I was frustrated and angry at my kids, I would go to my journal and instead of writing about what angered me, I would write about having a wonderful and easy-flowing relationship with them, which immediately would turn my thoughts around, and instead of focusing on the anger and frustration of what I didn't have, I would focus on the happiness of a relationship that was working well.

I know this may sound like patching up a wound with unreal expectations, but the truth is, believe it or not, when I turn my emotion from negative to positive, not only do I feel better, it also has an impact on my situation. This is true, I have tested it many times and it works: for instance, after a fight with my husband I would go write in my journal and just as I am finishing my writing, he would come to me with a totally positive attitude and willing to make peace, as if he felt my change of energy.

So, I just wanted to say that you can: not only find the one or more tools that work for you, you can also customize them to your liking, so don't get stuck on the tools, explore different ones.

Have a great week!


*7-Day cleanse Program by Tera Warner starts November 4th, don't miss this pilot program offered free of charge!

*The 21-day Meditation Challenge from the Chopra Center starts November 5th. Sign up, it is free and it is a wonderful opportunity to get you started on meditation or to refresh your existing practice!

*The Silva Life System Workshop (for DC, VA and MD residents), November 17-18. This is a wonderful Workshop that I highly recommend, I did it a few years back and it really opened my eyes! For more info contact Diana or Richard at:703-866-4030 or Email:

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