We all have dreams that we want to achieve in life. Unfortunately, not everyone gets to achieve their dreams. There could be many reasons for this. However, if you do it right and with determination, every single day will bring you closer to your dreams. A good strategy is to use vision boards. This article shares helpful tips on how to make a vision board for manifestation so that you can bring what you want into your life quicker and easier.
In the course of living, human beings tend to pick up many habits. Sadly, not many of these habits are good. Some habits are so bad that they affect our life and the lives of the people around us.
Other habits are smaller but can irritate people or build up over the longer term so that they’re not good for us.
You probably want to get rid of at least some of the habits you’ve got that are bugging you. But how do you do this?
We all have our dreams and ambitions in life. How much effort and time have you put in pursuing your dreams? Lots, right?
Imagine not being able to achieve those dreams. It would probably be one of the worst things in your life.
Don’t worry, though. All is not lost. Below are 5 ways on how to deal with not achieving your dreams.
We all have various tasks to complete every single day. While the number of tasks can either increase or decrease, the availability of time will always remain constant. How do you ensure you make the best use of every single time you have? Check out these 5 ways on how to be more organized with time. Ideally, use all of them to stop wasting your precious time.
We’ve all got our own comfort zones – in our mind, they’re warm, friendly places and we tend to like to stay inside them.
But sometimes there are occasions when we need to step out of our comfort zone and that can happen at work, where other people are often in control of what we’re supposed to be doing.
Some circumstances are unavoidable but there are ways you can prepare yourself for those by pushing the boundaries of your comfort zone on your own volition. Because the boundaries aren’t elastic – they don’t snap back as soon as you leave the unfamiliar territory, they move permanently. Maybe not all the way but definitely at least some of it.
How we think and act determines a lot of what happens in our lives – it’s the law of attraction happening, whether or not we believe it does. Which means that what you’re currently experiencing in your life is a result of how you’re thinking and what you’re doing.
If that’s not what your conscious mind says it wants, it’s time to re-train your subconscious mind and change things for the better.
It’s difficult to measure the precise effectiveness of subliminal messages because there are so many variables involved (starting with the fact that we’re human) but my personal view is that, yes. subliminals work for everyone. There have been a number of studies that have shown this to be the case.
The speed with which they work will vary – not everyone is exposed to the same levels and everyone’s concentration levels are different – so you if you’re thinking of using them on yourself, you need to do what you can do to maximise the chances of the correct effect happening.
Keeping a journal may sound a bit old fashioned in these computerised days but there are some good reasons for writing about your manifestation.
The main ones are that it keeps you focused on your manifestation goal and also that there’s a much better connection between you and your thoughts when you put pen to paper. Try it if you’re not convinced – it doesn’t take long but it tends to have a positive effect on things.
So, how should you write a manifestation journal?
There are quite a few possible reasons as to why you’re not manifesting what you want (or what you’re telling yourself consciously that you want).
Work through these and there’s an excellent chance that you’ll clear any clear any blockages you’re experiencing and be well on your way to successful manifesting of anything you desire.
There are quite a few benefits to meditating, whether you meditate every day or less often.
One big plus point of daily meditation is that it’s more likely to become a habit then if you meditate less regularly. And if you miss the occasional session, you’re still being quite regular with your meditation habit.
There are lots of different ways to meditate – my personal favourite (and the one I use almost every day) is with binaural beats as they make it easy but you can use guided meditations, a breathing meditation or focus on a single point. Use whichever works best for you – they will all have very similar benefits.