If you are new to the experiments I have been posting, they are directly from Pam Grout's best-seller E squared. Note that this experiment is #4 in the book; I am taking liberties to jump around as needed!
Pam Grout writes, "What can you manifest? Pretty much anything you've ever seen, heard or experienced. The world is basically your own mail order catalog."
Today's experiment is manifesting that which you want in your life. Like the other experiments, this one will require 48 hours of your awareness and really nothing more. Write down the day and time you start and declare your intention. It is my intention to... what? Receive an unexpected gift, go to a concert, whatever! I can't tell you what I decided to manifest until my 48 hours is up but I will report back! You can set your intention for a vacation or new job but I would prefer you start small until you get the hang of not letting doubt creep in. Be convinced you will receive what you asked for. Be specific. Remember, if you ask for a vacation, the Universe might respond with you being let go from your job so your time is freed up! Be specific.
Pam Grout makes the analogy of intention being like a tennis ball. When you throw the ball up, you know it is going to come down. Exactly where, you cannot be certain: in a tree, on the roof, out of sight...but you know it came down. "Intention is just like that tennis ball. It comes back just the way you send it out."
State your intention positively and with certainty that you will receive that which you wish to attract into your life.
10/23/2013 12:53:14 am
Hi Sandra. Just wanted to share a thought with you. I think your so right about this intention. Do you remember at your house i was saying something else was gonna happen? My dad my cancer then something else ...they say it comes in threes. I should not have sent that out to the universe ! I think my 3rd thing was my car dying! What you think?
11/4/2013 08:44:32 am
What can I manifest? How can I bring more awareness. Good questions. I set as my intention/manifestation to smile at everyone I meet and bring happiness to those I talk to in the next 48 hours. It was easy to smile, I got a lot of smiles and good morning/afternoons from people I met on the street, and it made me aware of how my expressions can affect those around me. I was more aware of doing, and kept the note in my car to remind me as I went out about my day. This one I will keep trying to do.
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