Is there any area of your life in which you feel like you’re in a rut?
You’ve probably heard it said that the definition of insanity is doing the same things and expecting different results. Yet, it’s surprising how often we do this.
So, perhaps, you decide you really do want something different. You decide you are going to manifest better health, a better relationship, or more money to do the things you really want to do in your life.
Do you have a clear picture of what it is that you want?
What is it exactly? How will you know when you have that?
What will it feel like?
Specifically, how will your life be different?
Now, those may seem like obvious questions, but in reality they’re the ones that get many of “hung up.” Do you really know what you want?
On the other hand, it’s all too common to be so used to doing what we think we “should do” or “have to do” that we lose touch with what really lights our fire.
When we constantly push ourselves and force ourselves to do what we don’t want to do, we dull our inner senses. We lose our ability to feel the passion that pulls us forward and the signals that guide us there.
Do you ever wonder what would really make you happy?
Have you given up even asking that question?
Have you settled into settling?
Have you rationalized that with spiritual pleasantries like, “Just be happy with what is,” while, inside, you just feel bored with what is or afraid to venture something new?
What if you are equipped with an inner guidance system that is constantly sending you signals that would break you out of your ruts? What if your body is guiding you with sensations which tell you exactly what you want and how to get it? What if it was just a matter of paying attention and learning to discern what those signals are telling you?
In my experience, it can be as simple as pausing my busy-ness and following my interest.
What if you took a conscious break from your “shoulds” and “have tos?” What if you gave yourself a period of time every day in which you did exactly and only what you were really interested in doing? It doesn’t matter how long you do that, just that you make it a top priority and do it every day.
For example, what if you’ve been dreaming of being on a beach and went to TripAdvisor.com and looked at possible destinations? Or, stopped at that yoga studio on your way home from work and picked up a class schedule? Or, browsed through the bookstore for a magazine or book that catches your eye? Or attended a meet-up focused around a subject you’re passionate about?
What might happen if you took time to indulge and participate in something that interests you-no matter how pointless it seems? What if you followed wherever it led you? What new experiences might open up? What new paths might appear?
If you did that, when you got to the end of each day you could look back on whatever happened and say, “Today, I took a step to manifesting something new!”
When you participate in anything that interests you and follow where it leads, for even a few minutes every day, you grow new possibilities. You take the first step to manifesting a new reality.
Enjoy your practice!
– Kevin Schoeninger
The Mind-Body Training Company
P.S. Are you now beginning to get clear about what new reality you prefer? The next step is to practice seeing, feeling, choosing, and being that reality in your body/mind energetic system. Check out the following guided meditation video Matt created called “Future Visioning”:
This meditation process helps you see your goal already manifested in rich sensory detail — seeing, hearing, feeling, self-talk, smelling and tasting. It’s also great to do when you’re not 100% sure what you want — it allows you to “play” with a few possibilities and see which you like best!
Once you know what you want, then you’re then guided to plant and encode your outcome deeply in your subconscious mind — in your “future time stream” — causing you to expect this intention will happen… Because you’ll feel it already HAS happened.
It’s really powerful. Click here to enjoy Matt Clarkson’s “Future Visioning” guided meditation process:
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