What would you try if you knew you could not fail?

What would you like to be your biggest triumph by the end of the year?

What advice would you like to give yourself as you begin the New Year?

What would you be most happy about completing?

What major indulgence are you willing to experience?

What would you most like to change about yourself?

What do you think your biggest risk will be?

What brings you the most joy and how are you going to do more of that?

What is one change you could make to your lifestyle that would give you more peace?

At the end of the year, how would you like your life to be transformed?

In other words, what would you like to create in your life? You have a true, but hidden self, that is always creating what you are conscious of. 

Most of us live life hoping that change will not occur. We walk through life, sometimes with our heads down, just trying to make it through the day. Our thoughts, nearly 60,000 a day, are almost identical -- according to studies. Those thoughts are literally creating your world. What are those thoughts? What is your world like? What would happen if we were to change our mindset? What would happen if we were to change what we were conscious of? 

Your true self, the Christ of each of us, is doing as we command. Whatever we allow in our consciousness, and for most of us that means the exact same thoughts as yesterday, are going to be manifested in this world. Some of my biggest periods of growth have come after the most serious mess-ups in my life. From the point of view of a failure, the only way to go is up. Those jarring experiences that shaped my failures served as an anchor-point for a new future. From there, I could force myself to become the person I'd desired to be, and therefore manifested my dreams.

Creating a business, getting into an amazing relationship, becoming more responsible, being happier, and more productive -- all of those were desires that I could not attain before I knew how to manifest. Even when I learned how to manifest, I had no idea how literal the statement, "your consciousness creates reality", was. It's literal.

Neville Goddard, in one of his live lectures, stated something that has run through my mind for years. It is what I say to people who do not know the infinite power of the Conscious mind. "You may never really lose yourself to the extent I wish you would. But nevertheless, I'll tell you." Referring to the power within us, the power to create, the power to shape our world -- with the simple action of altering our consciousness to become that which we desire it to be, the world outside will change. The world within will change. It will change directly proportionate to the change within our consciousness.

 There's a difference between those who use manifesting as a tool, and who use manifesting for everything. The profound difference is the extent of change is far greater in the latter, than those who depend on manifesting sometimes. 

Make manifesting into your lifestyle.

Regards,

Joseph Alai