Monday, June 18, 2012

The Manifest Manifesto

"Let yourself be silently drawn by the silent pull of what you really love."
 - Rumi

Those of you read my blog know that I like to digress.

Really what this means is that I tend to start talking about one thing and then I go off on many a tangent and start talking about something totally unrelated about the topic at hand and then I realize I must get back to it.

Dude! I could have written this book!
I hate when people beat me to it!

But I digress.

And people say they rather enjoy my digressions. I have kind of a stream-of-consciousness style of writing that keeps things right in the moment and follows my often wacky train of thought. Or trains.

Was their any doubt Thomas and his friends would end up in a photo under my mention of trains?

Actually my head is like a veritable train station. Lots of trains going this way and that going at different speeds on their way to far away places. Heading for what?

Or even...a train wreck?

But I digress.

See? There I go again.

And ya know what?

I think I want to try something completely different peeps.

I won't stop my photo caption digressions though.
I promise.

I need more focus.


So rather than constantly digressing...I think I need to start manifesting.

That's right. I need to manifest.

The definition of the verb manifest is as follows: 

Display or show (a quality or feeling) by one's acts or appearance; demonstrate: "manifest signs of 

The world is in the palm of your hand.

So yeah. It's about that time.

I am all about positive change...and in order to move onward and upward in my life I need a better word. And manifest seems to fit the bill.

It all goes back the The Law of Attraction. As you may know, I completely agree with this law and know that it works in wild and wicked ways...if you just believe it.

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And live it.

And who knows...maybe write it!

For example, if you think and feel as though you already have what you and the universe will manifest that which you focus on.

A bizarre little picture portraying the magnetic power of The Law of Attraction.

Let's say you want to become rich. If you focus on the fact that you don;t have the money that you desire, then you will stay right there, looking at the lack in your bank account. If you sit a worry about not having enough, you will remain right where you are.

This does not look like a happy man.

On the other hand, if you see yourself as a thriving, successful someone who is already rich, then the riches will follow. You are not sitting there worrying about what you don't have, but rather, you are manifesting what you want...and then you shall receive.

Looks fun eh?

If you constantly veer away from that...or digress...then you will get whatever you digress to.

And because this blog is one of the ways that I sort though my own life...I am not going to digress.

At least I am going to try.

I need to stick with the program peeps!

I'm going to manifest.

This is me manifesting.

And I suppose this is hardly a manifesto.  But perhaps one day I will have enough behind me that I will be able to manifest one. 

For now...I'm gonna see how this works.



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