Have you ever allowed your mind to wander into a state of many disoriented possibilities? Overthinking a situation and permitting those thoughts to stress you out? It’s an effect from anxiety, a disorder that affects 18% of adults in the United States I go through it regularly, but I’ve noticed now more than ever that with my never-ending thoughts comes manifestation.
We all have the ability to manifest what we desire and things we don’t ever wish to come across. Our thoughts create high or low vibrations that is sent out into the Universe, so the events that take place in our day-to-day lives are influenced by what we are simply thinking about. I find that to be unfair, haha. I struggle to keep my thoughts 100% uplifting and positive. There are days where I feel defeated by life entirely, or if my day is going smoothly and I receive some bad news, it can be challenging to remain sans souci. I believe that that’s natural for most, but honestly, every time I leave my house in a heavy coat of melancholy, I experience back-to-back encounters that are not so pleasant. And you know what? This has definitely been happening to me for my entire life; it wasn’t until I began my spiritual journey in the summer of 2016, when I became very aware of this. Prayers are a great example of bringing your thoughts or intentions to life. The more practical prayers I said when I was a kid always manifested right before me.
“What you put out into the Universe is what inevitably comes back to you, whether you’re striving for material things or balance on a soul level. Transform your thoughts from negative to positive, and then apply this new positivity to all aspects of your life. Thoughts can turn to doubt even if you’re not trying to let them move toward the negative—that’s just human nature.” -Alvarez, p. 172
Digital catalysts (such as the number 11, 111 or 11:11 on a clock or timer) have been warning me to keep my thoughts free from negativity, because they will manifest, and I’ve been in a rut for a while. You cannot create anything worthwhile until you’ve cleared anything that is blocking you from success, figuratively speaking. Surrounding myself with like-minded people, daydreaming about my goals, daily affirmations, having more gratitude and humility, not responding to unwanted criticism, pushing past my social anxiety by keeping my promises, and free writing have helped me rise from the decay of what I used to be six months ago.
I’m just a beginner, my friends. I just started to value my life and see the bigger picture in life. Stay tuned for what’s to come!
If you’re experiencing similar episodes of manifestation, please share in the comment section below!
1. Facts & Statistics, Anxiety and Depression Association of America
2. Alvarez, Melissa. 365 Ways to Raise Your Frequency: Simple Tools to Increase Your Spiritual Energy for Balance, Purpose, and Joy. Woodbury, MN: Llewellyn Publications, 2012. Print.