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One of the things that can really bring us down when we’re manifesting is dealing with setbacks and disappointments.
We can go from feeling as high as a kite to down right dreadful in a very short space of time.
And the problem with this is; these setbacks and disappointments often create negative emotions that then effect our ability to manifest.
So today I want to share with you a simple (yet powerful) exercise from my new manifesting course The Surrender Approach™.
Speeding up the Manifesting Process is a hot topic among my clients and for good reason - who doesn’t want to attract their desires more quickly?
If this is something you’re interested in, I’ve got good news for you!
Attracting your desires more quickly isn’t difficult. In fact, it can be done in just 2 simple steps…
Dealing with fear and negative thoughts when you’re manifesting is completely normal.
In fact, one of the MOST common questions I get asked as a Manifestation Coach is:
How do I stop my fearful and negative thoughts when I am trying to manifest something?
To help my clients (and myself) with this issue I have come up with a simple 4 step process that you can use anytime, anywhere to put fear in its place and have you feeling positive again!
Affirmations and how to make them work for you - is a topic that comes up a lot in my work as a Manifestation Coach.
And for good reason! Affirmations have the power to affect your subconscious mind which is what makes them such a powerful manifesting tool!
We all have an inner child begging to be healed. It is the part deep within us that carries all of the negative memories and experiences from our childhood.
It is, in essence, an accumulation of past pain.
This inner child often surfaces when we are triggered by something or someone in a way that resembles what happened in our past. As soon as this negative experience is activated we tend to act out, just like we did when it first occurred.