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Formula for Manifestation

Step 1. Set Intention/Goal Decide what you want. Your intention is your goal. This should be stated in the first person, present tense (as if it were already true), reflecting what you DO want rather than what you DON’T want. Example: “I am happy and content” is better than “I am not depressed.” Define the goal in sensory-based language, (i.e. visual, auditory, and kinesthetic language or symbols).

Step 2. Check for Intent Decide whether you really want it, and what the ramifications might be in your life if you get it. Intent is the emotional component of the process. It represents your desire and commitment to achieving your goal. Is it something you REALLY want or just a good idea, as long as you don’t have to work very hard or risk much to get it? Ask yourself these questions: “Is it really worth wanting? Are you emotionally invested in getting it? What sacrifices are you willing or not willing to make in order to achieve your goal?”

Step 3. Communicate Intention to the Subconscious Mind Identify a meaningful “ritual” (activity or process) for communication with the subconscious, such as PSYCH-K, prayer, visualization, affirmations, religious rite, vision quest, one of the numerous healing modalities, or special activities. Whatever you give meaning and importance to is more likely to work. The ritual will virtually always work if you can communicate directly with the subconscious mind, allowing it to select the ritual rather than choosing it consciously, or having the facilitator choose it. This is an important step in PSYCH-K. If omitted, as is the case with many well-intentioned processes for personal change, it makes the outcome much

less certain. Without direct communication with the subconscious mind you are simply guessing which approach will work to make the change you desire. This step is critical! If done properly, it will align the subconscious mind with your conscious goal, turning manifestation of your goals into a habit rather than an effort.

Step 4. Take Action Using your “intent” from Step 2, take action/s to manifest the potential available from Step 3. This step is analogous to opening an application program on your personal computer. The power of the program is merely latent potential until you activate it. So it is with newly acquired subconscious beliefs. Your subconscious mind will support, rather than sabotage, your conscious choice to “act”-ivate the new potential, however it still requires your conscious mind’s choice to take the actions that create the results. For example, exercise to become physically fit; or if your goal requires knowledge you do not currently possess, read books or get training in that area.

Changing subconscious beliefs creates potential.

Putting them into action creates results