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7 Tips on How to Manifest What You Want – A Realistic Approach

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7 Tips on How to Manifest What You Want – A Realistic Approach

Realistic Approach

Manifestation. The buzzword which has been the talk of the town a lot recently. And all for the right reasons. But, are we rightly educated on this highly popular concept? Let’s dive into the depths of it in this article.

Everything we want to achieve in our life starts out in the mental dimension first, before it can show up via our actions in the physical world. We think it(visualize), we chew on it(analyze), and then put efforts to bring it to fruition. That’s how it works, right?

Manifestation starts right on from the visualization stage where one creates mental images of one’s future self achieving a goal or a dream. Visualization is a conscious exercise, the power of our thought process to create mental images that help design our future.

What Manifesting is and What it isn’t?

There has been a lot of confusion on this one, for reasons understandable. So let’s get our facts straight. 

As life coach Mel Robbins puts it— Manifesting is preparing your mind, body and spirit to help you take the action to get what you want. In other words, it is like a training you undergo to get to your desired goals. It’s like socializing and rehearsing your mind to help you take the steps before you actually take the steps. What you do while manifesting is that you remove the obstacles of self-doubt, resistance, caution, minutiae and overwhelm. Taking the action is all what it boils down to, in the end.

What manifestation isn’t—

 • It’s not thinking thoughts, hoping, or wishing that they come true.

 • It happens when your thoughts actually inspire you to “take the required actions” to get those things.

Now, as we have our concepts cleared on manifesting, let’s look at how we can manifest whatever we want in our life in 7 proper and scientific ways—

1. Affirmations: 

For you to believe that you can be something in the near future, you need to act like you “are” that something already. You need to affirm your thought process and trick your mind by showing it the images of the future “you” in the present itself— be it through your way of dressing, talking, or certain mannerisms. For instance— If you want to be a successful lawyer, you will have to start dressing up like one, take active interest in debates around you, and start to speak in an assertive tone.  Start by saying and repeating— “I am …..” (insert your dream identity) to yourself every single day, stick the words on your bathroom mirror or your cupboard, and there you go! This is how you align energies to get to your goals. 

2. Meditation practices:

Meditation is surely a quite underrated step in the journey of manifestation. A person who meditates on a regular basis is known to have a heightened balance between their mind, body and spirit; a connection to their best self. Studies show that practicing meditation and deep breathing exercises helps to remove the early barriers we have in our manifesting journey, i.e., fear, self-doubt, unwillingness, overwhelm and various anxieties. It helps to calm down that overthinking mind and helps create focus.

3. Scripting: 

Scripting is a powerful way to start your manifesting journey. What you do here is a simple activity— you write down, say, 5 things that you really want from your life in your journal every morning when you wake up. It can be the same five things everyday or different on different days. No matter how audacious or impossible they might seem right now in your head. The important thing here is, you’re putting them down with a pen on a paper.  By doing this, you’re giving yourself the permission to dream without limitations.  Also, writing your dreams each day makes them take a concrete shape and gives them a certain amount of power. 

You are sending signals to your brain that you deserve those things, that you “do” want them. On the other hand, if you’re not writing them down, you’re not completely honest with yourself about what you really want and thus allowing your fears, anxieties, and self-doubts to party whenever they want in your mind, and nobody would want that, isn’t it?

By doing this simple exercise, you train your mind every single morning to allow you to dream with the lid off.

4. Power of Objectivity:

This includes looking at your situation from other person’s perspective, the one who is bolder, more creative, more efficient, the one who you think highly of.  It’s removing yourself from the situation, inserting this person you idolize, and thinking— what  would this person do in this particular situation? Immediately you will notice a mind shift, a gush of energy, a bold new perspective flowing through you. It’s fascinating how that works. You will immediately start coming up with ways you need to solve the situation.

5. Visualizing the steps and “not the end goal”:

This is the step where most people get stuck in their manifesting journey because popular opinion pushes us to believe that we need to visualize the reward or the end goal. The fact that the end goal can only be reached through certain steps, through putting in that hard work, is completely disregarded by people and therefore they tend to go blank on reaching this step. 

This also explains why vision boards aren’t that effective in manifesting because what you put on them is the end goal. If you just focus on your end goals, like having a dream vacation, or getting that dream job, you will notice that you would soon become unmotivated and lost. That’s exactly where manifesting enters the scene. It isn’t about the end goal, it’s about walking on that bridge that connects your dream and the end goal. It’s about visualizing yourself doing the work, which leads you to putting in that work. It’s only through your actions that you will get the result that you want. 

6. Feel what it feels like doing the work:

Feeling how you would be working towards your goal is quite an underrated yet a highly important step. Feeling that feeling magnifies the imagery in your mind, lowers that resistance further and leads you to eventually taking the action. You will start to feel a sense of pride that you’re doing the work. This feeling of pride then acts as a booster. You not only have to feel the steps, you have to feel the pride it will bring to you.

It’s almost like a training run before a marathon. You don’t visualize crossing the finish line. You visualize the steps it would take to cross the finish line.

Which gets us to our last point…

7. You need to “do” the work:

The last yet the most important of all, which nobody would tell you to do. Yes, it’s time to put in that work which you have visualized all through your manifesting journey.   Surprise! It won’t be as difficult as you thought it to be, because you’ve already visualized the steps, the work that you need to put in in order to reach your goals. And now, all that “training” is going to help you get what you want. This step would make your manifesting journey complete for real.

We saw here that manifesting isn’t about hoping or wishing things, it’s actually thinking about the steps that would lead to our dreams or goals and completing them one by one, just like putting together pieces in a jigsaw puzzle. 

As the actor Jim Carrey said, and I quote,

“So many of us choose our path out of fear disguised as practicality, what we really want seems impossibly out of reach and ridiculous to expect so we never dare to ask the universe for it. I’m saying… that I’m the proof, that you can ask the universe for it. Because life doesn’t happen to you, it happens for you. How do I know this? I don’t. But I’m making a sound, and that’s the important thing.”

RUCHI RATHOR
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Payomatix Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
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What do you need to remember when designing your new kitchen

For many people, having a new kitchen is one of the most exhilarating parts of building a new log or timber home. It is not surprising considering how much time is spent on them. The kitchen is a very important part of the house and should be given time and research to ensure it functions comfortably and efficiently. Here are some design considerations to keep in mind when planning your new kitchen.

Cabinet height

No matter your height, it is important that your kitchen cabinets comfortably accommodate you. Base cabinets are typically 36 inches tall, but many manufacturers offer the ability to adjust the height of the base cabinets to best suit your needs. Wall cabinets also come in a variety of heights, so be sure to select a cabinet that will allow you easy access to all shelves. Even if you choose a standard height cabinet, you can adjust the placement of wall cabinets to better suit your height.

Appliances

There is a wide range of kitchen appliances available on the market, from basic to commercial-grade and everything in between. You’ll want to select the size and type of appliance that best suits your needs. For example, if you have a large family or entertain often, you may want to opt for a commercial-size fridge or oven. On the other hand, if you live alone or have a small space, apartment-size appliances may be a better fit. Other options to consider include warming drawers, steamers and other specialty products.

Storage

One of the reasons people often renovate their kitchens is for increased storage. As you design your kitchen, carefully consider what needs to be stored there. For example, do you need space for five mixers? How much food storage do you require? Would you like a special area for Grandma’s china? If you can make a list of everything that needs to be stored and why, you can ensure that your design will include all the right elements.

Function

Although an aesthetically pleasing kitchen is important, it is essential that the kitchen also functions well for your family’s lifestyle. If you entertain often, having extra space for guests to help prepare food or an open layout between the kitchen and adjacent room would be ideal. If your family typically eats meals in the kitchen, be sure to include seating and a place to set food. Additionally, keep items that you use on a regular basis within easy reach. This will prevent frustration if you have to search for something every time you need it. By taking note of how you currently use your kitchen space and what improvements could be made, you can design a functional and beautiful kitchen for your home.

Layout

You will often hear designers and architects talk about the “work triangle” when discussing kitchen layouts. The work triangle is the distance between your sink, refrigerator, and range. The National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) has established guidelines for creating an efficient work triangle. Remember that you should keep these distances relatively short so you don’t have to walk too far when moving between them.

Style

When planning a kitchen remodel, many people have a specific vision in mind of what they want their new kitchen to look like. However, not everyone knows exactly which style details will help to achieve their desired aesthetic. The style of cabinets can make a big impact. For example, if you want a more contemporary look, consider choosing slab or shaker style doors. If you prefer a more traditional appearance, raised panel doors may be the way to go. Additionally, color plays an important role in the overall atmosphere of the space – darker colors tend to feel more modern while light colors create a more country feel. Keep in mind that when making choices for your new kitchen, it is important to select items that will not look dated or outdated within a few years.

Hardware

Cabinet hardware can be a great way to add style and personality to your cabinetry. It can also be a functional element that makes it easier to use your cabinets, especially for those with aging hands. When choosing cabinet hardware, it’s important to consider who will be using the kitchen on a regular basis and what works best for them. Keep in mind that cabinet hardware is not a requirement. If you want something that will stand the test of time, choose something classic and timeless.

Countertops

There are many countertop options available, so be sure to choose one that best fits your needs. Consider the following factors when making your decision: how often you’ll need to seal the product, if it’s prone to scratching and how easy it is to clean.Manufacturers usually list this information on their websites, or you can ask a professional for guidance.Of course, budget is also a key consideration. For example, granite may be more expensive than a look-alike option, but it might be worth the investment.

Space requirements

Everyone loves having a ton of space in their kitchen – enough to fit everything they need and more. If you’re considering sacrificing space in adjoining rooms to make your dream kitchen a reality, ask yourself if it’s truly worth it. Changing the layout or installing cabinets that reach the ceiling are both viable options that can give you the extra storage you need without compromising other areas of the home.

Extras

When designing your new kitchen, there are many factors to consider beyond the basic layout and appliances. If you have the budget for it, additional features like crown molding,columns, or faux door panels on your island can really elevate the look of the space. Just be sure to carefully consider all your options before making any final decisions.

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