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.
Can you manifest when you don’t know what it is you’re asking for? Trust that what is coming to you is the answer, even if you don’t know what or when or how. Like most things manifestation it sounds backwards to modern rational thought.
When you work on mindset with the objective of manifesting a result, one of the hardest parts is getting your confidence onboard. Don’t made do with results that are sub-par and that may show up along the way. You’ll be tempted to settle. Your ego will tell you “Well that’s it. Good enough, pretty close. What did you expect?”
For most authors knowing the ending is a crucial part of writing a story. In matters of mindset and manifesting results, the similarities are surprising. If we don’t know what the destination is, how do we set course? Like a good story, it has twists and turns, but it unfalteringly arrives at destination.
Seeing is believing doesn’t apply here. It’s the other way around.The first step is believing it yourself and believing in yourself. You may think It’s not true it. But as George Costanza says: “It’s only a lie if you believe it is.”