The first time I taught my daughter Zoë how to manifest, she had a magical experience.
Zoë was about 6 years old at the time and it was a week before Easter. My mom gave her the sheet for a colouring contest.
"What's the prize?" she asked.
"A giant chocolate bunny from Bernard Callebaut*," replied my mom. *local gourmet chocolatier
"I'm going to win it," declared Zoë.
Step 1: Know without a doubt that what you desire is now coming to you.
Zoë completed the colouring and we zipped off to the store to drop it off, just before the deadline.
In the car on the way home, I shared what I knew about manifesting.
"Imagine you just got the call telling you that you won. Practice feeling like it just happened."
Zoë closed her eyes and imagined the happy scenario. When I glanced in the rear-view mirror, her face was glowing like the sun.
Step 2: Feel the feelings you will feel once you've manifested your desire.
"Next, let's imagine who you would call to share the...
Sometimes we want something so much and we put every effort into making it happen but it doesn't turn out the way we expected.
It can be devastating.
That has happened to me and, for a long time, I didn't know what to think about it. In fact, it can even feel like God/Spirit/the Creator is against us.
Three phrases changed the devastation into understanding for me and, so of course, I wanted to share them with you.
When we desire for something to happen with all our hearts, the Universe (or insert your word for the Higher Power of your understanding) says one of three things:
Courage is required to accept the answer.