9 Day Mantra-Manifestation
After doing some in-depth research on instant manifestation, I created this program and used it for myself. Some experts say that it takes 21 days to change a habit, but through my research I have found that it can be done in less time. I am amazed at how it worked for me. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I wanted to do it for myself before I shared it with others. I was kinda hoping for lots of money or a brand new car, but after doing this process I realized that I needed to do some inner cleaning and clearing before the material abundance would come. What I manifested was exactly what I needed the most.
Sometimes we get so caught up in wanting more of what we don’t have instead of being happy with what we do have. Still, I continue to do this process daily and it seams I haven’t yet manifested the material things I want yet, but I have done much inner cleaning and completing of old projects that were long overdue.
What I have learned is that we will get exactly what we need right when we need it. There is a sequence of events and a divine process that we must experience and understand before we can allow material abundance. When we learn to open our hearts to love, appreciation and gratitude, we will then step into the flow of material abundance that is awaiting us.
The “I Wants’: Make a list of everything you want to do, be, or have. Example: I want to live in Hawaii. I want a loving relationship. I want to be wealthy and have a lot of money. If you think of something else later, it’s okay to add it to the list at any time.
Releasing the “I Wants”: Release the “I wants.” Some people crumble up the paper and throw it away, some people burn it.. When we say, I want, what we are really saying is, I don’t have. If you are familiar with the law of attraction, then you know that the universe mirrors our thoughts and actions. What we think about, what we say, the feelings we have and the action we take is equal to what we will attract.
Transforming the “I wants”: On a completely new piece of paper, transform each item into words of already having it.
Example: I enjoy living in Hawaii. I have a loving relationship. I am wealthy and have a lot of money.
1-10 Scale: On a scale of 1-10, rate where you are right now with each item on the list, 1 meaning you are far from where you want to be, and 10 meaning you are where you want to be. Its always a good idea to measure your progress anytime you start something new.
Gratitude: End your mantra with a statement of gratitude. This is a very important part of this process because gratitude is a key factor in attracting more of what you want. Each day, make sure to take a moment and feel the gratitude for everything you already have.
Plan it: Schedule the nine days into your calendar. You will find that if you really want to do something or go somewhere, if you write it on your calendar, you will start scheduling other events around it. Set your intention and desire for what you want to get out of this exercise and let the universe handle the details.
The work: Read this mantra out loud to yourself every morning for 9 days. While doing this you may want to hold your gratitude stone in your hand.
Take a few minutes after reading this mantra to visualize yourself as already having, being, or doing that which you want. Remain in a place of gratitude throughout the day accepting people, places, circumstances, and events as they are.
*If you miss one day, you are encouraged to start the process over. It is important to do this for nine days consecutive to experience your desired outcome.
San Kalpa (sahn KAL-pah) is an ancient Sanskrit sutra that means “My intentions have infinite organizing power.” When you enter a meditative state and repeat this sutra, you strengthen the power of your intentions. Here is how to use it:
Spend a few minutes in meditation, allowing your mind to settle. Now imagine that the entire universe is a vast ocean of consciousness and that your intentions emerge from your heart and ripple out into this ocean, where they are fulfilled with effortless ease. Then say silently to yourself, “San Kalpa.”
For every intention, whether for healing, a new relationship, wealth, or opportunity, envision the desired outcome in your mind and repeat the sutra, letting it resonate deep within you.
Practice Non-Judgment: Release judging and evaluating people, places, circumstances, situations, and events. Everyone is just doing the best that they can with the past condition that the have had. They are not good, they are not bad, they just are. And what they are experiencing right now is perfect and in alignment with their life’s path. They are reacting to what they know. Everything that is happening right now is a result of what we have done in the past. Within every problem, there is an opportunity in disguise. Look for the positive in every moment.
Take the Right Action: Take action that supports, and is in alignment with your wants and desires. One of my favorite sayings is, “If you keep doing what you’ve always done, then you will keep getting what you’ve always got.” Another one of my favorite tools is, E+R=O event plus your response to the event equals the outcome. If you don’t like the outcome you are getting then you have to change your response to the event.
The Law of Least Effort-By Deepak Chopra
Nature’s intelligence functions with effortless ease…with care freeness, harmony, and love. And when we harness the forces of harmony, joy, and love, we create success and good fortune with effortless ease.
I will put the Law of Least Effort into effect by making a commitment to take the following steps:
1. I will practice acceptance. Today I will accept people, situations, circumstances, and events as they occur. I will know that this moment is as it should be, because the whole universe is as it should be. I will not struggle against the whole universe by struggling against this moment. My acceptance is total and complete. I accept things as they are this moment, not as I wish they were.
2. Having accepted things as they are, I will take responsibility for my situation and for all those events I see as problems. I know that taking responsibility means not blaming anyone or anything for my situation (and this includes myself.) I also know that every problem is an opportunity in disguise, and this alertness to opportunities allows me to take this moment and transform it into a greater benefit.
3. Today my awareness will remain established in Defenselessness. I will relinquish the need to defend my point of view. I will feel no need to defend my point of view. I will feel no need to convince or persuade others to accept my point of view. I will remain open to all points of view and not be rigidly attached to any one of them. – Deepak Chopra
“Your purpose is to grow to the point where “I am love” is at the surface of you consciousness, not buried in the dark depths.” -Deepak Chopra
Release Attachment: Release all attachment to your desired outcome. It’s okay if it doesn’t happen and it’s okay if it does happen. Remain open to new possibilities and look for opportunities throughout each day. Just know that whatever happens is in perfect alignment with your true purpose in life. If something that you really want doesn’t happen, then there is a reason for it, or it’s not the right time yet. Remember, the more you act like you don’t have something, the more you push it away.
Journal: Journal each day to record your progress. Describe your experiences and events with detail.
Review: On the tenth day review your notes, and reevaluate where you are now with each item using the 1-10 scale. Celebrate your success! Do something nice for yourself to show appreciation and gratitude.
After the 9th day, something in your awareness will have changed, and it’s usually what you need the most.
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