I don’t teach manifestation the “normal” way.
You won’t find much about vision boards, the 5×55 manifesting method or holding the frequency here.
Instead, I teach you the only true manifestation method there is:
Learning how to manifest from the inside out.
Self-worth and self-love are the ultimate tools in manifestation. Yet most people still flock to the popular outward-focused methods instead of doing the real work.
That’s because it sounds so much easier to write down your wish for 5 days in a row rather than get real with the inner issues that are holding you back.
I promise you that true self-love and healing is your path to manifestation success! So here’s a quick guide to get you started on the right manifestation track.
How To Start Loving Yourself For Manifesting
Loving Yourself For Manifesting Step #1:
Love Yourself And Your Desires
Frequently, we have a complicated relationship with desire. We downplay what we want or ignore our desires entirely. We talk ourselves out of things well before they’ve had time to blossom and grow, simply because we’re feeling unworthy (more on that next) or because we let our fear get in the way.
While some desires are deemed acceptable and normal by the world at large, other times we end up craving things that don’t fit the mold. It might be scary to deviate away from the common perception of what is normal, but the alternate is crumbling up an important part of you.
Like it or not, your desires are part of your unique life code. (Note: I mean true desire here not fleeting pleasure.) From a spiritual perspective, we are given those desires as a gift. They become the ladder leading us forth into our highest purpose. Ignoring them means that you are not expressing yourself at your highest potential, the way you were always meant to.
- What is my soul craving right now?
- If the only answer was yes, what would I ask for?
Loving Yourself For Manifesting Step #2:
Love Yourself Enough To Claim Those Desires
After loving yourself enough to name your desires, it’s time for the next step: claiming them. That means being brave enough to take that first step into the unknown, even when there are no guarantees.
That all-important first step is often the most difficult part of the process! Because once we name our desires and start moving towards them, we must consider the possibility that they won’t work out.
This fear of failure often keeps us paralyzed. But in reality, there is no such thing as failure. Every experience is just a learning experience. We’re always failing forward–that is, unless we decide to make that so-called failure mean something bad about us and let it stop us entirely.
- What fears/worries do I have about going after my dreams?
- How true are those stories/beleifs in reality? Can I see any evidence of the opposite?
- What’s the worst thing that could happen if I failed? What’s the worst thing that cold happen if I didn’t try at all?
Loving Yourself For Manifesting Step #3:
Love Yourself Enough To Heal
Now you’re getting very close to achieving your manifestation goals! But are you feeling worthy enough to actually let yourself receive them? (Hint: probably not!)
Healing might not be a stop on the normal manifestation tour. But inner healing work really is key to calling in our desires.
Most of us have emotional wounds that make us “the walking wounded”. We’re going through life, pretending we’re okay and minimizing our own discomfort. But ignoring something is not the same as healing it.
You might be far away from your childhood now, but your subconscious mind frequently is not. Without you being aware of it, your subconscious might be more interested in “protecting” you than in supporting you in your growth.
Basically, your mind is using your past as “evidence” that you can’t really have what you want. And unless you look at those inner wounds, you’re going to end up blocking your own progress.
That translates into self-sabotage: changing your mind, talking yourself out of things, avoiding anything that seems new and scary.
The good news is that we’re all capable of healing, no matter what has happened to you. That’s exactly why I teach all about inner healing inside my manifestation school, Recode.
True worthiness involves you actually letting the things that you want into your life, instead of consciously or subconsciously deflecting them away. So if you’re not manifesting your desires, I definitely think there’s healing work that needs to be done.
- When was the first time you experienced lack in this area and why?
- What have you experienced in the past that might have given you limiting beliefs about what you’re trying to manifest?
- What would I have to believe to allow my manifestation into my life?
Your old (broken) identity, limiting beliefs, and traumas are simply opportunities for healing and growth. You can overcome all of it, should you choose to. Now that you understand how it all fits together, the only question is: do you love yourself enough to do this important healing work?If so, I invite you to come join me in Recode today!