4 Habits to Kick to Become a Manifestor

Learn to unlearn — the mantra to manifest!

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Learn to unlearn — the mantra to manifest!

Out with the old and in with the new (but we’re not talking about every day, casual habits here).

Years of subconscious conditioning and tendencies are the unsuspecting deterrents on our journey to manifest. Because they are so inherent and natural, these tendencies hit the blind spot on being identified as hindrances on our path to manifest. In that sense, we can be our own worst enemies.

Self-awareness is key. Read on to find out the right habits to kick so you can Make You Happen!

  1. Self-doubt


‘Am I too big for my own shoes?’ ‘Will I be able to do it?’ ‘I’m giving it my all, but I know I’m going to fail anyway.’

That niggling voice at the back of your head, the one that keeps tipping the balance towards negativity and self-deprecation is the one that needs to be shut down. Most often, we grow up believing that there’s lesser a chance to succeed because we’re not good enough or we’re not worthy of the big gains.

But if you don’t believe that you truly deserve it, how will you ever align with the Universe? Don’t give in to doubt. Approach each dream with the conviction that it has already been achieved.

Out with: DOUBT →


2. Fear and Insecurity


Multi-layered, inherent fear and insecurity is a reality often unaddressed. Trepidation of the unknown, the unacceptability of loss, losing near ones in our attempt to make it big, the juxtaposed fear of actually getting what we deserve, and the inability to let go — these, amongst many others deeply ingrained complexes hamper our Will. And so, we don’t end up making the right choices to manifest.

It’s important for us to understand why we don’t do what we want to do. Identifying these fears and insecurities is a great step towards the manifestation of our dreams.

Out with: FEAR →


3. Conformity to belong


So often, we find ourselves influenced by the choices of others rather than being driven by our own. We may not figure things out for ourselves and succumb to the prevailing peer pressure — consumed by the desire to just fit in and be accepted.

Following the herd, choosing to be led, and drowning in the flow deters us from manifesting our cherished dreams. Conforming to the world around us rather than paving our own path can be detrimental. So, break out, break away, and blaze the trail.



4. Emotional Dependency


Ask yourself — are you constantly doing things because you want to do it, or are just doing it to please others? A lot of times, we are truly unaware of what we actually want, entering a spiral of seeking validation from others. When one constantly relies on the external, namely other people for a number of reasons including happiness, a sense of belonging or for a sense of security, one is never truly able to manifest. This is because they’re not able to maximise their own potential and use it to achieve what they really want.

When one becomes aware of their most cherished desire, the new-found passionate purpose will give rise to a strong sense of self — one that is independent of any external acceptance or validation. And when that happens, one will set on a path to achieve it no matter what.

It is imperative to establish a firm grounding within oneself. Don’t let your happiness and peace of mind be determined by those around you. Develop a strong, independent, sense of self to unleash your potential to manifest.



Originally published at consciousleap.life.

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