Mastering the Law of Attraction: How to Manifest More With Your Mind

Are you Aware that Every Thought, Mental Image and Statement you Project Becomes your Future?

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Your mind is your most powerful ally—when it is functioning properly, at full potential and directed toward the greater good. But when the mind is cluttered, confused and led astray it becomes the main contributing factor in failure to achieve what you really want.

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Your Thoughts Create Your Reality

Your thoughts transfer into your inner dialogue—what you think, believe and say to yourself—and your inner dialogue determines what people, places and things you will attract. This is the “Law of Attraction” and it has been accumulating scientific support for years.

Recent studies have shown the strongest evidence for the idea that your mind can manifest your reality comes from the concept of mirror neurons (when someone near you feels fear, you also feel fear; consequently when they feel happy, you also feel happy). The Law of Attraction has demonstrated favorable results under a different name (Broaden-and-Build theory) from psychology researchers at the University of North Carolina.

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What you put out into the universe comes back to you.

As you progress in your spiritual journey through life you will become aware that your soul wishes to evolve to higher realms of energy. To make this shift possible you must be consciously cognizant of your thoughts. You will want to raise your thoughts to a frequency of pure love.

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Monitoring Your Mind

To do this you must begin by monitoring your own inner dialogue. Watch what you think and say to and about yourself. Are you thinking and speaking kindly and carefully?

Do you catch yourself often using negative dialogue such as,

“I can’t believe I just did that,”

“I am so stupid,”

“Why can’t I land a job like [insert name]?”

If you find that you are concentrating on what is wrong instead of what is going right and engaging in overcritical rhetoric and looking to find fault deep within, you must learn to switch this around.

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Learning to control your inner dialogue is crucial.

This would be the time to retrain the brain. Make your mind work for you instead of against you. Do not allow yourself to be ruled by random thoughts of detriment.

You can choose a thought process that nurtures your development. Your purpose is to unite your mind, body and soul. To effectively function optimally and create a focused vision for a bright future.

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Be Forgiving to Yourself

Do not be alarmed if you slip, because you will. Stay vigilant with your observations. If you start to batter yourself with a stream of thoughts directed toward mistakes you’ve made, gently redirect your level of thinking.

Extend forgiveness to yourself and remind your mind that there are no mistakes. You have had this experience because you needed valuable insight to learn a life lesson that was required for your ascension.

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Replacing Negative Self-Talk With Positivity

This kind self-talk will raise your vibration. It will bring you back into the realm of mindful awareness.

When you know better, you will do better, especially with practice.

Reassuring inner dialogue will fuel your desire to continue on your chosen path.

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Look for words of encouragement—phrases that feed your soul and make you feel good.

Be generous with these positive phrases and affirmations such as,

I am worthy.
I am strong.
I feel peaceful.
I live in abundance.
I am happy.
I am wonderful.

If you find yourself not quite believing these phrases at first, start by repeating “I am doing the best I can at this moment” or “I am taking things one day at a time” until you are convinced and then work more positive phrases into your inner dialogue. Train your mind to constantly replace the self-deprecating with the life-affirming.

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We Are What We Think

An untrained mind leads to you living on an emotional roller coaster. Once you learn to calm the mental chatter, you clear an opening for a higher level of thought to come through.

This enlightened form of thought will transcend into the most powerful inner dialogue necessary to determine the direction of your dreams and to manifest a future filled with love and light.

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About the Author

Kaylee is a co-founder of Mind Body Spiritual Awareness. She has been mindfully aware of and practicing her psychic abilities since she was a child. Led by her spirit guides, Kaylee has obtained a vast wealth of knowledge and experience with the ethereal realm and alternative modalities of energy healing. Kaylee is a shamanic healer and New Age artist.

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What If Later Never Comes?

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See you later

Talk to you later

Tell you later

These are common phrases that have escaped the mouths of all of us.

But have you ever stopped to think that tomorrow may be too late?

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All too often we put off saying or doing something for whatever reason. We may convince ourselves that it can wait for a more opportune time.

In that moment we believe that later is guaranteed. A delay can be justified for a myriad of reasons. Your mind can adjust to a parameter of future thoughts and actions.

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“I will” is an easy and convenient set of words that prolongs intention.

I will get around to saying or doing something at a later date.

No big deal, right?

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There is no malice or ill will associated with this train of thought.

It is really considered quite harmless to prolong your endeavors because you know for a fact that in due time you will implement your desires.

It is coming. You are going to make it happen.

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Expecting the Unexpected

Unfortunately there is no ironclad contract signed in blood that assures us a tomorrow. Life is ephemeral; it can be extinguished as quickly as a flame. We can foolishly convince ourselves that we have all the time in the world but in all actuality nothing is guaranteed.

To hesitate upon saying or doing what you have deemed important and necessary could cost you.

It is a harsh realization that our misguided concept of time could present itself at any moment and you may never get the chance to follow through with your promise of later.

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If Later Never Comes

Then we would be forced to live with guilt and agonize with regret. We would wrestle with the would haves, could haves and should haves that can never be.

My suggestion to you is that if you are confronted with the decision to ‘carpe diem’ or wait, my hope is that you choose to seize the moment. For tomorrow may be too late and later may never come.

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This moment very well could be your only chance.

So please I implore you to speak and act now or be prepared to forever hold your peace. For you may never see them again.

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About the Author

Kaylee is a co-founder of Mind Body Spiritual Awareness. She has been mindfully aware of and practicing her psychic abilities since she was a child. Led by her spirit guides, Kaylee has obtained a vast wealth of knowledge and experience with the ethereal realm and alternative modalities of energy healing. Kaylee is a shamanic healer and New Age artist.

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Awake and Aware – How to Avoid Askholes

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Are You or Is Someone You Know an Askhole?

Do you frequently ask your friends and family for advice on your current crisis and then immediately refuse to hear and act on what they said?

If so, you may be askhole. If you don’t fall into this category, you probably know someone that does (no names, please).

Do you have one or more close confidants who blows up your phone begging for wisdom on their latest overdramatized dilemma but never returns the favor when you are in need?

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What Is an Askhole?

An askhole is a person who constantly asks for your advice yet always does the opposite of what you told them.

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Obstinance and Ignorance

Ego-driven tendencies could explain the reason for this repetitive behavior.

Unfortunately for the people who actually care for the well-being of an askhole, their classic time-wasting shenanigans leave concerned parties baffled as to how they should handle askholic future inquiries.

It seems that no matter what response is given for whichever predicament they present, the askhole will not follow through with reason. After so many episodes of the same, one is left to speculate about their sanity.

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Do Askholes Have a Screw Loose?

They say they need help but conveniently refuse to take it when help is offered to them. This pattern of neglecting their needs and not knowing their own worth appear to create a vicious cycle of unnecessary hardships.

Shielding an askhole from their own self-induced demise can become a tiresome task reserved for those with the patience of a saint.

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Constant reassurance must be given to an askhole.

Words of wisdom must be doled out lovingly. Reserving any judgment of their decisions makes life a little less disappointing.

You can give advice but do not be disillusioned that they will take it.

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Some Attention is Better Than No Attention

For some askholes the attention they receive when in crisis is the only form of attention they understand. To actually follow through with your advice might indicate to an askhole that they are no longer in crisis and therefore have no reason to complain or wallow in negativity.

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The Unawareness of an Askhole

Not being a victim would be a foreign and uncomfortable feeling that they have no interest in investigating.

The familiar essence of ‘poor me’ has been ingrained and supplies the askhole with a reason to extend their circumstances as a way of opening dialogue and fulfilling the deep-seated need to matter, if only momentarily.

Non-compliance secures their seat at the table labeled, “needy.”

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Love Them or Leave Them?

Loving an askhole can be quite challenging. If we can remind ourselves that this phenomenon comes from a place of fear fueled by insecurity, we can remain hopeful that with time, this too shall pass.

About the Authors

Kaylee is a co-founder of Mind Body Spiritual Awareness. She has been mindfully aware of and practicing her psychic abilities since she was a child. Led by her spirit guides, Kaylee has obtained a vast wealth of knowledge and experience with the ethereal realm and alternative modalities of energy healing. Kaylee is a shamanic healer and New Age artist.

Kamaira Philips, Bachelor of Music (BM), is a co-founder of Mind Body Spiritual Awareness. She is an operatic soprano, an intuitive energy healer and modern shaman, a meditation instructor, a certified EMT and a scientist. Kamaira is researching topics related to immunology and alternative medicine at UNC’s Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center and at the UNC Program on Integrative Medicine.

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Breaking Bad Habits

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Developing Awareness of Your Bad Habits

We all fall into repetitive patterns that could be categorized as habits. Some habits are of a positive nature such as exercise and meditation. Some habits, such as lying and procrastination, have become ingrained through repetition and we know they are not positive. In fact we are very aware of what is not serving us well but continue to do these behaviors anyway. Even when we commit to changing counterproductive repetitive behaviors it is easier said than done.

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Our Psyche Resists Recognizing Bad Habits

Living on autopilot makes living life more manageable and efficient. Breaking a habit throws a monkey wrench in the mix. It requires sustained effort and focus not to falter or fail. Breaking a bad habit takes planning. We have to make preparations for the challenges we will experience. We have to apply innovative techniques to override psychological triggers that may ultimately result in a failed attempt at change.

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Beginning the Process of Breaking Bad Habits

The best way to avoid failure when ditching a bad habit is to restructure your routine. Rearrange your entire day. Remove all known situational triggers. This is common sense thinking. We can all grasp this concept but why is there such hesitation to act upon it? Well because change involves incredible amounts of effort.

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Are You Clinging to the Familiar?

It takes much less effort to just remain the same. Let’s face it…just talking about letting go of something in our life that we have habituated can cause the stress response. It makes us feel uncomfortable. You have filled your day with people, places and/or things that provide relief and/or reward. Who wants to give that up? You have grown accustomed to the rut. It is still familiar even if it is not serving you well.

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How Long it Takes to Break a Habit

I read an article that stated that it takes approximately 21 to 28 days to break a habit. I do not necessarily believe in that time frame but we can use it as a minimum guideline. To know that your life will be disrupted for at least a couple of weeks while you get over the hump is intimidating. Sounds like a lot of work.

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Freeing Yourself From the Daily Cycle of Bad Habits

For instance, let us say your habit is to overspend. You get your high or restore your Zen state with retail therapy. The only problem is that your checking account is in the negative and your credit cards are racked to the hilt. Your normal daily routine consists of shopping before work, your lunch break is spent browsing boutiques and after work you take a trip to the mall. Well, you better be prepared to stop all that. Wake up and go to the gym. Meet a friend for a picnic lunch with sandwiches you made. After work, plan an activity. Take a walk, cook something fabulous, return phone calls and emails, do a crossword puzzle. Whatever it takes to distract yourself from going to the store and spending money you do not have.

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Failing to Change Is Part of the Process

Plenty of people try and break counterproductive cycles. The first attempt may not always be so successful, especially if it is cutting out an addictive behavior such as smoking or overeating. In fact, change can be extremely difficult for some. The amount of sheer determination and willpower required can become overwhelming. The levels of discomfort and/or stress associated with altering your routine may make you start to think, is this really worth it? I hate feeling this way. An ice cream cone or a cigarette would definitely make it go away and return the calm. Research has shown that even a few minutes of stress can reduce one’s capacity for self-control.

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Be Kind To Yourself

We can actually sabotage our success with negative self talk. When we complain of our circumstances we deplete our motivation. We must remain steady on our course. Encourage yourself with affirmations. Empower yourself with upbeat phrases. Know that you are doing this for your own good. Every attempt you make is to help yourself. If you slipped today, that’s okay. Everyone has lapses. Tomorrow will be better. Tell yourself that.

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Staying the Course

Be firm in your commitment. Establish guidelines for yourself and set a reward system in place. Treating yourself to something gives you an incentive to keep going. For instance if you have the habit of overindulgence and because of said behavior you have acquired a few extra pounds. Your goal is to lose weight and stop binging on chocolate cake every evening before bed. A solution could be to diet Monday through Friday and splurge on the weekend with something sweet.

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Positive Reinforcement Completes Your Metamorphosis

Having something to look forward to is what will encourage you through the hard times when your goal seems entirely too difficult to achieve. Going that first week cake free may feel like torture, but when you reach your designated Saturday cheat day, you will feel so proud of your accomplishment. You did it and you deserve that bite of sugary sweetness. Enjoy every sensation of your reward…the way it looks, smells and tastes. The joy you experience in that moment will be what gets you through the next cake free week. Know that pleasure will come again and when it does you will savor every aspect of it.

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About the Author

Kaylee is a co-founder of Mind Body Spiritual Awareness. She has been mindfully aware of and practicing her psychic abilities since she was a child. Led by her spirit guides, Kaylee has obtained a vast wealth of knowledge and experience with the ethereal realm and alternative modalities of energy healing. Kaylee is a shamanic healer and New Age artist.

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