Did you know that you are a master manifester? That means that you’re the creator of your life experience. You create or manifest your life through your thoughts, words, and actions—and most importantly through your feelings.
If you’re new to this philosophy, you might remember the great impact the movie “The Secret” had several years ago bringing the so-called “secrets” of manifestation to the masses. Many people embraced these ideas; however, many also met with great frustration in not being able to manifest everything they desired.
Although Napoleon Hill may have said, “Desire is the starting point of all achievement,” it’s not the end point. He also said, “What the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” All that’s true, and for most of us we can create fierce desire for what we want; we can conceive in our imagination our fondest hopes; and many of us can believe we can have what we want—although belief is sometimes a stopping point for us.
Yet, why do countless lost souls wander around in lives of quiet desperation wishing, hoping, praying, journaling, and doing all the “things” they’re supposed to do to manifest their dreams?
If you examine Napoleon Hill’s quote about the mind, you can see that he leaves out the heart. What “The Secret” didn’t explain is that the real secret is that we have to power our thoughts, words, and actions with feelings. Feelings are the fuel of manifestation.
Close your eyes for a minute and visualize in detail a scene where you were happy. Now put yourself into the scene and feel the feelings; notice the shift in your energy. Tony Robbins, another teacher of manifesting principles, talks about changing one’s state. So if you’re feeling sad, you can change your state to happiness by moving your body, feeling the feelings, and recreating the state of happiness.
Many other teachers like Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer, and Louise Hay have all advised seekers about the power of feelings. Abraham-Hicks say in The Law of Attraction that every thought you think has magnetic attracting potential, but the thoughts in combination with the feeling of a strong emotion are the most powerful.
Another teacher, John Assaraf, in The Answer provides scientific evidence that reveals the power of thoughts and feelings. Science has proven that everything is composed of energy and is inter-related. Therefore, your thoughts fueled by the force of feelings have energy to affect the material world and the power to attract what you desire.
If you want to be an effective manifester, take the time to study more about the law of attraction. Find the method that works best for you to attract what you desire. If you journal or say affirmations, use powerful adjectives like “enthusiastic”, “thrilled”, and “grateful” to energize your feelings. For example, you might say, “I’m thrilled with the success of my new business. I’m so grateful that I get to assist many people.” Then close your eyes, take a few deep breaths, feel the feelings, and visualize the outcome you desire. Welcome to the wonderful world of manifestation!