Results of your manifestation work greatly depends on the emotional state you are currently in.
You are attracting and manifesting physical reality all the time but presence of negative emotions means you are manifesting things you do not want, while presence of positive emotions means you are manifesting things you do want.
In manifesting intentions the type of work you do is very different depending on your current emotional state.
Many people do not understand that and fall for the most popular and totally fruitless law of attraction practice such as visualizing money in the middle of financially desperate and depressive situation or visualizing health in the middle of fearful health condition.
You absolutely need to resolve your background negativity first or your wonderful attractive powers will be directed to attract more of what you do not want.
The general approach to correct manifestation work is this:
- Extinguish emotional fire (in case you’re in the middle of emotional turmoil).
- Transcend negativity (dismantle foundation of present negative emotion).
- Proceed with targeted manifestation practices.
Rushing into visualizations is fruitless until negative emotions (resistance) is taken care of first.
In my law of attraction coaching practice I recommend clients to use simple conscious breathing techniques and Ho’oponopono to find a quick relief when faced with an extreme or sharply negative emotions.
From misery, sickness, depression and deathbed to complete health, happiness and prosperity.
Lester Levenson’s story
In the hospital.
At the end of two weeks, Dr. Schultz arrived for his regular morning visit, and after examining his patient, pulled up a chair and sat down. “I’m discharging you today. Your condition is stable, and there’s no reason to keep you here any longer. Now that doesn’t mean you’re well. Far from it. You need an indefinite period of convalescence as well as checkups at regular intervals. But you don’t need to be in the hospital any longer. You can continue with bed rest and medication at home.” The doctor went on to outline his at-home program of rest, medication, and regular office visits; his diet; social activities (none); even his sex life (also none). Lester was surprised, but determined to follow doctor’s orders. “How long will this go on, Doc?” he asked. “How long do I have to take it easy like this? I realize you can’t tell me exactly, but can you give me some idea?” He watched the doctor carefully as he waited for an answer. It seemed like a long time before Dr. Schultz spoke. “How old are you, son?” That wasn’t what he expected. He wondered what was coming next. There was something in the doctor’s manner he didn’t like. “Forty-two,” he answered and waited. Dr. Schultz looked out the window, his face impassive as he sat lost in thought. After a long moment, during which neither man moved, the doctor nodded his head once, a sharp decisive movement which frightened Lester, and spoke abruptly and with finality. “From now on, I’m afraid.”