Day 122: Manifestation

I am manifesting my reality.  And it’s not as “woo-woo” as some people seem to think it is.  I’m not sitting here chanting or in a trance just thinking about that future reality.  No.  You have to work at it as well.  Every single thing that anyone has ever created or brought into a state of being started out as an idea.  And before they even really started working on making it a reality, they thought about it, dreamed about, imagined how it would happen and where it would take them.  They saw the end result long before it became a reality.  But, as they were doing this, they were also thinking about how to make it happen.  You can imagine the most amazing thing but if all you do is think about it but not do anything to make it happen, there’s about a 99.9% chance of it never coming to fruition.  I can sit here and imagine a story so colossal and fantastical that it is beyond anything that’s ever been written before by anyone but if I don’t sit down in front of my laptop and physically type every single letter of this story, it might as well have never been imagined.  I believe that manifesting is a very powerful tool that we should all use for things both large and small but we also have to take action as well.  There were probably thousands of people that imagined an automobile but Henry Ford was the one that took action.  The same thing can be said about every bestselling book…others had similar ideas but never wrote the book.  Others wrote the book but didn’t have confidence that it should be published.  Every artist sees the finished painting, sculpture, or work of art they want to create long before they create it.  But a painter has to prepare the canvas, take out their paints and brushes and actually apply that paint to the canvas for it to be a painting.  So, I guess what you can take away from this post is that manifestation is great but you have work on your dreams as well.  You can’t just sit and manifest them into reality based on your desire and nothing else.  Believe in yourself and them but also work hard to make them happen.    

About Donna Heilman

I am a writer that lives in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex with my husband, 2 dogs, and 10 cats. I am currently working on my novel, Rapture, as well as writing poetry and some short non-fiction. I am honestly writing this blog to feel more connected with other creative people.
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