Imagine it’s the end of the year and you are looking back at the previous 12 months: what would you like to have achieved?
The start of the year is a good time to set your intentions for the following 12 months – of course, you can start at any time in the year because first steps are important. Are you planning a family or want to start a new job? Getting prepared mentally is essential.
What does “manifesting” mean? Manifesting is the process of setting an intention and then allowing things to align with it. In other words, manifesting is about opening up to opportunities once you have decided what you want to achieve.
Have you ever thought: “I could never do that”, or “I could never have that”? The way our mind works is similar to the way a computer works: the computer will get results according to the data you put in. If you feed your mind with negative thoughts, what do you think will happen? It is likely that you will not notice some wonderful opportunities, events and people in your life – for example, the perfect job advert when you really want to change jobs, or a suitable partner when you’re dating. Manifesting is about not luck or lack of it, but it is the discipline of tuning in with your feelings and living your best life.
How To Manifest
What does manifesting involve? There are different techniques you can use, and they are mostly based on mindful meditation. Meditating helps to clear out the mental clutter, like excessive worrying or obsessive thoughts. Once you get a clean slate, you can start building a picture of what you want your future to look like.
How does manifesting differ from writing down an action plan? While you still need to write an action plan, manifesting can make a difference in making things happen through your attitude. Imagine if life was plain sailing: things fall into place, you have harmonious relationships and work feels easy and manageable. Do you think this is impossible to achieve? The key is in the way you think.
Use Sophrology To Manifest Your Best Life
Sophrology is a gentle technique that teaches you to relax, find your centre and connect your mind and body.
Life can be full of distractions, and keeping a laser-like focus when you are trying to achieve your goals can be challenging. Through a regular practice to calm the mind, you will be surprised how much you can achieve each day.
What is stopping you from reaching your full potential? Maybe you have been putting off making an important phone call with a client or an important meeting with your boss. Fear often stops even the bravest, while stress hinders progress in many areas of life. Pressures from co-workers or other people may make you feel overwhelmed and in this state of mind, it’s difficult to make decisions.
By doing simple Sophrology breathing exercises for a few minutes every day you allow your mind and body to relax and find out what is really important in your life. You will soon notice a difference in the way you relate to the world and in the way people react to you.