The Key To Manifesting Your Heart’s Desires

6 Comments 16 October 2011

This is a guest post by Darshan G. Shanti. Darshan “The 24 Hour Champion” is a Business and Life Turnaround Specialist: His particular expertise is working with small to mid-sized businesses that are actively dying and bringing them back to life in 24 hours…or less. Whether he’s on the stage speaking
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YOUR HEART’S DESIRE

What do you want?

If you’re like most people, you want to be happy, fulfilled, healthy, wealthy and you want to be at peace, free to live your life the way you want to live it.

The question is how?

The answer is your beliefs. Simply put, as you believe, so shall you be! The Law of Attraction states that thoughts become things. What you think about, you bring about. Your thoughts create your reality.

According to Jane Roberts, an American author,

“You are given the gifts of the gods; you create your reality
according to your beliefs. Yours is the creative energy that
makes your world. There are no limitations to the self except
those you believe in.”

Therefore whatever you put energy into strong enough, clear enough and with enough belief will indeed happen. Here is the critical part. Many, many people are living lives that are far less than their heart’s desires because of what’s going on unconsciously.

In other words, their unconscious, negative beliefs about themselves and their world are what they are manifesting. Remember this.

The unconscious wins every time.

Why? Because it’s sending out stronger messages over and over. The Universe gives you what you ask for whether you’re conscious of it or not. So, if consciously you say you want to be wealthy, but unconsciously you don’t believe you deserve it, you won’t have wealth

So, to live the life you really want, you must first uncover your unconscious beliefs and then question your conscious ones. The reason is simple. It’s not what you know about your life that runs it, it’s what you don’t know and you can’t change what you don’t know. But you can change what you do know.

Then, you have to believe you can have that life. You have to believe that you deserve that life. You have to believe that you are good enough. You have to believe that you will succeed. You have to believe in yourself, wholly, completely and beyond a shred of doubt.

Here’s why.

Since your beliefs run your life (whether you know what they are or not), it stands to reason that If you’re not living the life you want, then you need to examine the things you believe and then test their validity against reality. For example, a common misbelief (but a belief nonetheless) that people have is that they are not good enough.

To test that belief (if you have it) ask yourself this question, “Who or what am I not good enough for?” In other words, who or what are you comparing yourself to that you believe you are not good enough? What is your standard of measurement?

Do that with as many of your “negative beliefs” as you can and watch how fast things will start to change for the better in your life.

The reason that its true is that when you discover a false belief, and see it for the lie that it is, it loses all its power. It simply can’t hold up under the light because there’s nothing to it in the first place. It just appears real in your mind.

Take it slow in the beginning. You may get anxious and want to get rid of all of your beliefs that have not served you right away, but that won’t work. In fact, it will have the opposite effect.

For more information about getting rid of the beliefs
that disempower you, please visit www.the24hourchampion.com

Your Comments

6 Comments so far

  1. I agree that living with negative beliefs about yourself are limiting but felt that the statement.

    “Who or what am I not good enough for?” In other words, who or what are you comparing yourself to that you believe you are not good enough? What is your standard of measurement?

    Doesn’t really help, an example would have been useful here. And what do you do about it after you have identified the person that you think you are not good enough for.

    Ultimately what I’m saying is I don’t believe this helps.

    I think a better idea would be to dismiss the thought of comparing yourself with others or trying to live up to others expectations of your self. And just live for yourself and those you are responsible for.
    Chris @ Mindnod.com´s last blog post ..Whatever you want to do in your life be passionate about it.

    • shimon says:

      Hi Chris

      I think that Darshan meant, that by knowing the standard of measurement you can understand if the comparison is legitimate or not.

      I’ve to disagree about the comparison, We all do it even without noticing, it’s enough to say that you don’t like someones shirt and you’ve already compared your shirt to his.

      It’s as if you were saying that your shirt is better or that you would never wear such a shirt and so on. I agree that we shouldn’t compare but when we do, it helps to know if the comparison is legitimate and you can learn something from it.

      Also notice that this question is used to detect whether you think you’re not good enough, if you find out that you feel that way you can read how to integrate new & joyful beliefs into your life

  2. Very interesting and I agree with all that is said in the article. The mind is very powerful. Despite that truth however, “manifesting” doesn’t resolve our problems. As long as we have a need to seek outside ourselves for joy, we are still trapped in an ego mind. I don’t there is anything wrong with manifesting, however it’s important that we don’t identify with the things we manifest nor rely on them to bring us joy. Our capacity to rise above our thoughts will ultimately determine whether or not we reach the happiness we desire.

    Blessings,
    Craig
    Craig Villarrubia´s last blog post ..Podcast Episode 1: Discover Who You Are and Find Joy!

  3. Sue says:

    The power of positive thinking. If you truly believe you can achieve the dream, the universe will see to it that it’s possible. It might not be right away but as some point it will come to fruition.

  4. Damion says:

    Impressive observation on this particular subject matter.
    Damion´s last blog post ..Damion


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