The hardest, but essential part of manifesting, is believing it has already happened. To our rational mind this sounds like a backwards way of thinking. But convinction that the objective has been achieved makes it happen.
This is my rule of thumb: if you heart is still in it, keep going, even if it makes no sense.
I’ve been rethinking my use of the word manifestation for a while. I’ve know for a long time that the definitions are multiple and diverse. Maybe I’m the problem. Or at least the one who needs to find another word. As a writer, I can be insanely picky about finding the right word.
To Keep or Not to Keep. I painted my closet last week end and managed to wind up in a moral dilemma. No, it wasn’t the fumes, the paint was water-based. But maybe spending a few hours in a small space, all white, and making it whiter, lends itself to […]
From the moment I first heard of impostor syndrome and started ridding myself of the negative self-talk to selling my art work took 10 days. Coincidence? I think not.