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.
I will use this last manifestation to build on. I’ll stack it with the others, like bricks. This may be a bigger brick, but they all fit together and serve the same purpose.
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.
Even the change you want is scary. That’s where faith comes in, or self-confidence are trusting in the fact that you’ll be able to figure it out. That ties in with mindset and manifesting. See the outcome clearly. Hold it in mind. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have every detail figured out. Besides, you can’t go back.
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.