Do you practice manifestation? Chances are, we have people who think they don’t. The truth is we are always manifesting based on the choices we make or don’t make. We agree that manifestation is a great tool, but we all need to learn how it works.
Recently, we had the privilege of attending a live event with Esther Hicks, an American Inspirational speaker, channeler of Abraham-Hicks, and author of several books. The lessons we got from the workshop are so important, and that’s why we share them today.
One of the biggest takeaways Lili had was the power of paying attention. You need to pay attention to focus on what you want. She remembers the analogy of the boiling point. According to Abraham-Hicks, if you have a pot on a stove, you get distracted and turn off the stove. Later, come back, put it on, and get distracted again. That pot will never boil. We need to remain focused on what we want.
Shannon’s greatest takeaway was on dealing with our limiting beliefs. Sometimes we want something so much, but at the back of our minds, we have beliefs that hinder us from getting what we want. We must address the barriers and prepare to receive what we want.
Listen as we share lessons from the Abraham-Hicks workshop.
Key Talking Points of the Episode:
[01:24] Our experience at the Abraham-Hicks event
[09:09] Shannon’s biggest takeaway from the workshop
[11:01] Lili’s most significant takeaway from the workshop
[14:29] Dealing with our limiting beliefs
[16:49] The power of focusing
[24:02] Putting in the work to get what you want; what are you trending on?
[31:44] Patience is key
Magical Quotes from the Episode:
“Anything that you want in your life starts within yourself, and it’s not a secret.”
“It’s very hard to focus on the things that you really want, if your attention is not there.”
“You are essentially the author of your own narrative, you’re creating your own thoughts based on how you feel.”
“Manifestation is having an intention, but also you have to take action.”
“Not everyone has the availability or the bandwidth, to then keep up with whatever that they are looking for, or their desire.”