Law of Manifesting – How to Think

Whatever the life that we lead is the direct reflection of what we have in our mind. If the mind is filled with thoughts of fear, calamity, poverty or whatever negativities that a mind is capable of conjuring up, then life will be a mirror reflection of the thoughts.

The Law of Manifesting is a very clear and scientific principle. If you plant the seeds of a mango tree and expect to harvest apples, you are living in a world of delusion. Similarly, you cannot think of things going wrong and expect that the best will happen to you. If you expect that the day is going to be bad, you have planted the seeds of negative expectation. You cannot then expect the day to turn out to be good. If your thoughts are of lack of money you cannot expect the money to materialise. You have already seeded your mind with ‘No Money’ trees. So you cannot expect it to yield ‘Money’. You have to plant a ‘Money’ tree for it to bloom and flower and fruit into Money.

So here are a few ideas to grow the best fruiting trees in your mind.

Reduce the thoughts in your mind. Keep it empty as much as possible. It is better to be in a thoughtless mind frame rather than think negative thoughts.

Think only of positive things and outcomes for everything action that you take. Think of the best and you will get only the best. Create a visual imagery of the good things that you want in your life. Look at pictures. Collect the minute details of the stuff that you want and visualise it in all its colour, shape, size and glory. When your mind has nothing better to do start visualising it.

All our possessions give us some joy, comfort, pleasure. These are emotions that get satisfied when you achieve what you want. Whenever you wish to have anything and visualize it, also imagine the emotions attached with possessing the material or achieving the objectives.

Don’t bring the negativity of any kind, sadness, lack, and the unpleasant into your mind. Life is a Song of Pleasure, of Freedom. Make it joyful by thinking the right thoughts. I am reminded of the “The Prophet” by Kahlil Gibran.

Pleasure is a freedom song,
But it is not freedom.
It is the blossoming of your desires,
But it is not their fruit.
It is a depth calling unto a height,
But it is not the deep nor the high.
It is the caged taking wing,
But it is not space encompassed.
Ay, in very truth, pleasure is a freedom-song