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Manifestation Mondays

Manifestation Mondays

Are you laying the groundwork?

        When we look at someone who has achieved great success many of us are jealous, wishing we could share in the same level of great success.  We watch, somewhat disgruntedly as the person achieves their reward.  We grumble at the ceremony acknowledging their success.  We wonder – what have they got that I don’t have?  Why can’t I make that happen for me?

        Much of manifestation is more than just hoping. Those that hope with extreme purpose may be able to pull off something great every once in a while, but me, I’d rather put my money on the person who does the groundwork to make their manifestation happen.   What is the groundwork you are laying for manifestation in your corner of the world?  What things to you put into place that will pay off for you later?

     Next week we’ll look at specifics in manifestation…how to lay that groundwork for you!

Manifestation Mondays

Making A Decision

     Many of us are paralyzed when we have to make a decision.  We feel physical symptoms – we get queasy stomachs, headaches, chills, sweats, and more.  Many of us freeze and find ourselves incapable of making a decision because we are terrified of making a mistake, of making a choice that will prove devastating.  When you are all tied up in knots and nearly shaking from fear of a less than perfect choice it is nearly impossible to make a decision (much less manifest anything except more fear).

    Frank Herbert, the author of the book Dune recognized fear with the Bene Gesserit mantra against it.  “I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.”  Now, Frank knew something about fear.  He had served in the SeeBees and in WWII as a photographer.

The whole point of the Litany above is to help someone maintain through fear.  It gives them something to hold on to emotionally, something to find strength in and build strength on.  Exactly what a mantra is supposed to do.  It allows the individual to have a little more control over themselves.  By repeating the mantra and focusing on the words it helps you get back in control of your emotions.

What’s this got to do with manifestation?  One step to manifestation is a mantra.  Mr. Herbert wrote a great one and many people use it today.  It helps them overcome their fear and be able to make decisions from a position of clarity and strength.  Not only does it help them to make a better decision because it helps to lower the veil of fear, it helps them through the fear itself.

The great thing about a mantra is that you can make them up for yourself.  You can develop them for all sorts of things.  I have a friend who gets terrified when she is driving.  When the fear starts up she says she starts singing “Build Me Up Buttercup” (the song from the ’60’s) as loud as she can and it helps her to push the panic back down and be able stay in control.

What’s your mantra?  Do you have one?  Feel like sharing?  A mantra is a step to manifestation.  If nothing else, a mantra or litany will give you a focus and help through tough times while you are working to manifest a more positive future.

 

Manifestation – Enjoy What You Have Created

We’re back to Manifestation Mondays!

Hope everyone is enjoying a lovely, fun-filled, and enjoyable Labor Day.  Today is a day when we are supposed to kick back, relax and enjoy the fruits of our labors.  But how many of us while we’re eating hot dogs and wiping mustard off our favorite jeans will be reflecting about the work we had put in to making that moment happen.

It is easy to forget while we are working through the daily grind that the daily grind is part of what our personal manifestation is.  There is a big lesson about manifestation there.  Sure, life would be great if all we had to do to manifest something was to wrinkle our nose or scrunch our eyes.   Unfortunately, truth to say, it takes more than that.  In our world of instant gratification we sometimes forget that things work having may take time to achieve.

It’s Labor Day.  Pass the pickles and potato salad and smile to yourself.  This *is* what getting up every day and going to work, doing your job, coming home, cooking dinner, helping  kids with home work and then fall into bed – or whatever your version of it — is all for.  To be able to enjoy the blessings of being with family and/or friends, enjoying the day and basking in the glow of the love and caring of those around you.  Look around, there a good potential for a “golden moment.”

Your life is what you make it.  Will all of us get to live in the mansion on the hill?  Absolutely not.  Will many of us want to?  Totally!  What’s the difference?  Some call it karma, some call it good decisions, some call it being born with a silver spoon.  If the world was full of over-achievers, who would do the laundry?  And, what’s wrong with doing the laundry for a living?  In some ways we have lost track of the recognition and appreciation of a day of physical labor.

Those who have heated their home with wood all share a joke about how the wood heats you more than once…normally several times.  My parents heated a huge house in Alaska by wood … worked out to be able twenty-two cords of wood a year.  We’d build up a good sweat cutting and hauling it out of the woods, then it was cutting, splitting and stacking – each physical activity in an of itself.  We’d normally have a crew of us working so everyone was pitching in  –  even the children (Happy Birthday Daughter-o-Mine!!) were include in the chore– they could pick up the little sticks, keep track of the oilcan, carry (okay, sometimes drag) the axe, keep watch of time, we always found a way to include in the chore.  After the final load was in for the day we’d tromp into a house rich with the smell of chuck roast and potatoes that had been slow cooking in the oven all day.  Shedding the layers of warmth woodcutting in Alaska required us to wear we laughed and joked about the happenings of the day while feasting on the chuck roast to the glow of a kerosene lamp and happy faces around the table.

The warmth that causes a soft shared smile between those who have heated by wood is the secret warmth you feel inside at the memory of the family shared experience.  While it has been nearly a quarter century since those days, but the memory of them still keeps me warm.  Even now I can smell the bite of the scent of the trees as we cut them, the laughter as we joked and talked, they are memories far greater than gold and they do fill my heart with a nice warm glow.  That glow is a manifestation with a value far greater than any I could name.

So, pass a piece of that apple pie with whipped cream, watch the kids giggling at the end of the table and take a moment to thank yourself for the manifestations you have already created.  And, since it is a labor of a kind, commit to yourself to make sure that you do all that you can to manifest what you need.  Life is a process, not a single event.  Don’t forget to do your wood chopping and hauling – don’t forget that there are things of value in this life that have no price and can’t be bought because they are simply priceless.  While you do your thinking about manifestation remember it isn’t all about manifesting *things* — it’s about manifesting what you want out of life…that is your labor – just something to think about on Labor Day.

A special note to my daughter on her birthday:  You have no idea how proud I am of you.  I hope your birthday is the best ever – everything you want it to be and more.  Look at your hand and think of me.  No matter how physically far apart we are, I love you!!  Happy Birthday Punky Brewster Kid!

 

 

 

Manifestation and Prayer, it’s a start.

Manifestation. That’s a word that is thrown around a lot today. In today’s vernacular when we hear: “I’m trying to manifest that in my life” it normally relates to someone trying to attain something physical. We’ve heard it used when people were trying to buy a house, get a new apartment, a new car, a new job, etc. it is something they are attempting to obtain for themselves. While we have nothing against personal achievement and financial success, from our perspective, the best thing we can be trying to manifest in our lives is a strong spiritual center to be able to use as the foundation for all the other aspects of our lives.

Manifesting spiritual growth is not that difficult. We tend to mystify it so much at times that we forget that it is something that we can take an actual part in. Spiritual growth is something that is developed within us as we learn and grow while walking our life’s path. We believe that this is a very personal internal journey and one that takes more dedication to task that actual physical effort. For many this journey is laid out before them as they follow the dogma and theology of the religion of their parents or belief system they have found on their own. These individuals garner connection with their spiritual center by studying and practicing their faith to the best of their ability.

In our modern society it seems like today’s family runs 24/7. There are soccer games to go to, piano lessons, football practice, Mom works day shift, Dad works nights and there just isn’t a lot of time available to connect with their belief system. While there is a strong desire to be in church Sunday morning, synagogue on Saturday, mosque, or temple front row center it just isn’t practical within the construct of their lives. However, that doesn’t mean the family has to lose the connection that spiritual growth and development can bring. The simple act of sharing a family prayer can do much to not only help strengthen family relationships and ties, but it helps to build a solid platform for children to be able to grow spiritually through direct participation in the family prayer or ritual and helps them to develop their personal spiritual center.

Many prayers are written specifically so that smaller children can participate in saying them. “God is great, God is good. We thank you, God for this food. Amen.” This pre-meal prayer has a variety of forms from around the world. However, maybe because it was seen from a grandparent’s point of view, one of the most heartfelt and heartful prayers we have ever heard was from a little three year old boy, so small he had to sit on thick books stacked on the chair in order to be able to sit up to the table.

When the question of who wanted to say prayer came up, he raised his hand and bounced up and down in his seat wanting the honor to say Grace. Given the go ahead he promptly clasped his hands together and for a good ten to fifteen seconds you could see from his expressions that he was working very hard to come up with the appropriate thing to say. He was scrunching his face, scrinching his eyebrows together and just thinking very very hard as only a three year old can do. Suddenly he sat bolt upright, back straight and face beaming like a beacon! Spreading his hands he said “prayer” with such loving tone and inflection that the one word truly was a prayer in and of itself.

Manifesting spiritual growth and development in our lives is a lifelong process – and many believe that the process of spiritual growth and development continues even after we die. For an easy way to help the family reconnect together as a family, a family prayer may be a good start. While the dinner meal may be the place and time for some families, for others it may be the children’s bedtimes, for some a family prayer in the morning is the best start for a new day. Whatever you believe, share that with your children. By sharing what you believe you not only experience spiritual growth to a stronger center, you will be helping the other members of your family come closer to their spiritual center thorough as well.