“Dream lofty dreams, and as you dream, so shall you become. Your Vision is the promise of what you shall one day be; your Ideal is the prophecy of what you shall at last unveil.”
Do you ever feel like there's something more you could be achieving in life? Do you have a desire to reach your full potential but are not sure how to get there? Or, are you tired of feeling stuck in your life, constantly held back by negative circumstances and a lack of Good Luck?
Are you ready to take control of your destiny and create the life you desire?
If so, get ready to learn about the Law of Assumption, a concept that can transform your life!
The Law of Assumption has been popularized by Neville Goddard, a spiritual teacher and author, and it suggests that our beliefs and assumptions about our reality, shape our reality.
That's right, my friend, your thoughts can literally create your reality!
Whatever you assume to be true, whether positive or negative, becomes your reality.
So, if you want to change your reality, you need to change your assumptions and beliefs, plain and simple.
The concept of the Law of Assumption has its roots in the New Thought movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, which emphasized the power of positive thinking and the role of the mind in creating reality. Neville Goddard expanded on these ideas and developed a step-by-step process for using the Law of Assumption to create the life you desire.
This is not just some woo-woo concept, this stuff works, baby!
So, what are you waiting for?
It's time to take action and start using the Law of Assumption to create the life you deserve!
Are you ready to unleash your true potential? I know you are, let's go!
Step 1: Define Your Desire and Imagine it!
The first step in manifesting something using the Law of Assumption is to define your desire.
It is important to not be too specific, but to rather use an exemplar and a general idea of what you want to accomplish.
The more specific you are the harder it will be to manifest, whilst if you are too vague, you may not get what you actually desire.
The balance is to think about the top three outcomes you would like to have and manifest them.
Let's say you want a new job.
Your top three outcomes are:
A salary that enables you to buy a new and better house
Interesting colleagues and clients
The you would create an Exemplar Imaginary Experience based on your outcomes:
I imagine myself sitting in a new job, having been there for a month. Looking at my payslip and seeing the salary I desire on the payslip. I then attend a meeting where I have an engaging conversation with my colleagues and client. I feel happy in this job.
This Exemplar Imaginary Experience defines what you want and what you will manifest. It is vague enough to allow the numerous possible jobs that are suitable to come to you, but specifically includes what will make you happy.
Further, remember to put your Exemplar Imaginary Experience in the present.
Step 2: Believe in the Possibility of Manifestation
Believe that your desired outcome is possible to manifest.
This belief is essential for the manifestation process to work.
It is very hard to manifest something if you do not believe it is at least possible.
Step 3: Assume the Feeling of the Wish Fulfilled
Assume the feeling of the wish fulfilled by imagining how you would feel if your desired outcome had already manifested. Experience the joy, excitement, and gratitude that you would feel if your desire was already a reality.
Step 4: Act as if Your Desire Has Already Manifested
Action is belief!
Act as if your desire has already manifested by taking actions that are consistent with your desired outcome.
Remember to be sensible in your action. Don't spend the fruits of manifestation before they have been manifest.
The balance would be to assume your desire has already happened in your future and everything to make it so, is already in progress. That future is already on its way to you.
This helps to create a sense of alignment between your current thoughts, feelings, and actions, and the reality you are busy manifesting.
Step 5: Balance the Life Energy
Let's talk about Life Energy.
Life Energy is the energy we use to manifest our desires. In essence, life energy is emotional energy. Whenever we feel emotionally strong about something, we are putting life energy into it.
In today's world we are disproportionately encouraged to use anger to get our desires, which tends to manifest an angry life! And an angry world!
There is another more useful emotion we can use for manifestation—joyful anticipation. This is when we feel happy that we are going to get something we desire. Think about the emotions you felt as a kid before your birthday. That's the kind of emotion you want to feel when manifesting your desires.
When we use the Law of Assumption, we feel joyful anticipation that we are going to get our desire and that it is physically on its way. It is a foregone conclusion; it is just a matter of timing and details. We trust that the Greatest Power will give us all good things that we desire in perfect timing and perfect ways. We are then grateful that what we want is already accomplished.
The more we repeat our Exemplar Imaginary Experience with joyful anticipation, the more energy we put into manifesting our desire.
It's important to strike a balance in the amount of life energy you put into manifesting your desire. Too little and you may not have enough force to manifest, whilst too much can cause your desire to remain a castle in the sky.
Initially, it's good to put a strong boost of life energy into your desires, but then it's essential to let go and trust in the process, allowing the life energy to come down and manifest in the material world.
Step 6: Take Consistent Action: Let the Winds of Destiny Propel Your Sails of Achievement
To manifest your desires using the Law of Assumption, it is essential to take consistent action towards your goals. Action is a powerful form of belief that demonstrates your conviction that what you desire can become a reality. Action also acts as the bridge between imagination and reality.
It is required to build your castle in the sky, on the ground.
Let's say you want to manifest a new job. You need to assume you will get the job in joyful anticipation. And... you need to apply for jobs, network, update your LinkedIn profile etc...
The Law of Assumption gives you good luck. Your action uses this good luck to manifest your miracle. It is like sailing a ship towards your desire, your sailing activities are the action you take, whilst the ship itself is driven by the winds of destiny. The winds of destiny are essentially the good luck you create using the Law of Assumption.
While you are sailing pay attention to signs and synchronicity.
In other words, notice the guidance from the Greatest Power in the people and circumstances around you. If you feel strongly compelled to take a course of action that seems right, take it. If you feel a particular course of action is wrong refrain from it.
Fine tune your mental radio receiver to the Greatest Power to obtain guidance.
Transform Your Life Today: Harness the Power of the Law of Assumption and Manifest Your Desires!
Remember, the Law of Assumption has been used by spiritual teachers, inventors and business magnates for centuries with great success.
So, what are you waiting for?
It's time to start using the Law of Assumption to create the life you deserve.
Believe in yourself and your ability to manifest your desires and take action towards your goals every day. With consistent practice and dedication, you can unlock your true potential and create a life beyond your wildest dreams.
Start using the Law of Assumption today and watch as your reality transforms before your eyes.
The power is yours to use!
Let's create a world of Love, Light and Prosperity—together.
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This article is based on my own practical experience, the expertise of my wife Trei in practical application of the principles, and the teachings of Neville Goddard and Wallace D. Wattles.