4 Step To Manifest Anything
Here are the 4 steps to manifest anything:
Decide what you want, what you really want. The more clarity the better.
You need to want it so much it spills out of you. It is all you can think about.
- Don’t worry about how.
It is where most people trip themselves up, they think they have to say how it will happen.
Your job is only to trust it will. Release it to the Universe and trust it will happen.
- Hold your energy high
Stay high vibe, do things that are fun. When you are laughing you are allowing.
If you get knocked off track and your energy dips increase your daily practice.
- Follow your inspired guidance
Visualise it happening for you and take inspired action that from that place.
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Amanda Tooke, also known as “The Angel Mystic” is a Spiritual Teacher to people with big dreams. Amanda is also a Reiki Master, a published author and has featured on television, radio and columnist for Fate & Fortune Magazine. Amanda is the creator of The MAP – Manifesting Abundance Process that she teaches in her membership site Abundance Club. Amanda also runs 5 * Angels in Anglesey Exclusive Spiritual Retreats, plus various online programmes and 1:1 work encompassing Angels, Spiritual Development and the Law of Attraction and the energy of Passion!
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