Tag Manifesting

Rethink Your Resolutions: Writing Goals With Soul

I love to talk about Magic and to see how people react. For me, it is a way to weed out from my life the insane, out-of-touch, and downright crazy people who don’t believe in Magic. You see, Magic is very, very real. I believe Psychology, when understood and utilized, is Magic. I believe that my iPhone, when I think about what it is and what it can do, is Magic. And I believe the force that aspirates my lungs, grows my fingernails, and sprouts a small seed into a mighty tree must be some sort of magic. It is too wondrous not to be. Roald Dahl wrote: “Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it.” To me, magic is simply a frame of mind, and when you look for magic in everything, you will find it in everything. In that spirit, I would like to propose writing

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Manifesting: The Gap Between What You Want & How You Feel

Love and Career: The two areas in my life where it seems I am on a never-ending journey. Ah! The beauty of the human condition: We never get there. We are all striving. We are all growing. But, how is it that in some areas in our life we can be joyfully tolling our soil, while another area feels like swimming in a serious swamp of suffering? Why does growth in some areas excite us, while in others seeing the gap between where we are and where we want to be, feels like crossing the Grand Canyon? The suffering I’m talking about stems from a psychological phenomenon called Cognitive Dissonance, that is not unlike creating a Grand Canyon in your mind. It is the discomfort we experience when we perceive an unmanageable gap between where we are and where we want to be. Now, not everyone that wants to be

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The Power of Manifesting Dreams (and How to Do It)

When was the last time you checked off a dream or accomplishment on your life list? I say life list because I think a bucket list puts a time restriction on your goals whereas a life list gives you a positive outlook on your time left. Think about your dreams you had as a young adult. Where did your imaginations take you when you went to sleep at night or when you were supposed to be working but pictured being anywhere else instead? I think the power of manifesting is imperative to having a well-balanced life. You have to work at it, but please do not be discouraged, for the work you put into this will bring lifelong rewards. It is the feeling of accomplishing something you thought could never be done that makes you feel all fuzzy inside. In my life I have manifested one of my biggest dreams, traveling Europe. Sometimes when I walk down the

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