What are the best approaches to meditation for manifesting abundance?

  • What are the best approaches to meditation for manifesting abundance?

  • Tim

    July 29, 2020 at 5:58 pm

    Manifesting abundance is rooted in clear thought, and clear thought is at its most powerful when it is is anchored in pure, timeless consciousness. That’s the natural domain of meditation. But as far as meditation goes, what’s the best approach to take? What methods work and don’t work for expanding prosperity? What have you tried? What has your personal experience been? What guidance would you give to someone just starting out on this path?

  • aether

    July 30, 2020 at 2:11 am

    My experience with meditation for manifestation has been about 15 minutes of Alpha Level visualization in the morning before I begin working & then another 15 minutes in the evening before I go to sleep.

    The morning session is me seeing what I would like to happen during the day with the feeling that it has already occurred. So basically, I am imagining that I remember what it felt like to achieve it.

    The evening session is pretty much identical except that I am repeating the process for what I would like to have happen the following day, so when I wake up & do the morning session, it just reinforces the evening session from the previous night.

    I also listen to self hypnosis tracks each night while I sleep.

    This has worked great for as long as I can remember.

    Long term goals are not something I meditate on.

    Personally, I have found goal workshops each 6 months & vision boards have had a profound impact for attracting & bringing the long term big picture into reality.

    I originally started with the Silva Mind Control Method & still use those techniques to this day, just with my own music.

    How about you?

    What techniques have been your favorites?

    I can’t give specific advice to others except to try different techniques.

    Everyone I know who is successful has their own way of manifesting that works for them.

    For example, one reason I don’t do meditation or visualization for long term goals is because I often feel like I’ll never get there.

    And I know since feeling is equally important to what I am visualizing, I realized this mental attitude & energy was not supporting me.

    By breaking things down into day by day steps, I could see my progress each day that gave me so much confidence I knew anything was possible.

    Then the long term goals began to appear naturally without much thought as each day had a compounding effect on the previous days.

    But I do have friends as well that do not give any thought at all to what they will do each day & they have been equally successful by just holding the long term goal in mind until it became their reality.

    • This reply was modified 5 months, 4 weeks ago by  aether.
    • Tim

      August 9, 2020 at 4:01 pm

      Excellent suggestions. I especially appreciate your comments about long-term goals. If we define them as long-term, then we are essentially getting in the way of the potential for instantaneous manifestation! It seems that getting past time is one of the keys to effortless prosperity…

  • Erika

    August 3, 2020 at 1:32 am

    Definitely not all meditation methods are for everyone but I do think it’s important to experiment with at least a couple of them and stick with the ones that resonate the most.

    Personally, focused and moving meditation have been a good combination because I have adopted and adapted them to my daily life with greater ease.

    Driving a car, taking a walk in the forest or taking a shower are moments of focus, of setting my intention almost automatically.

    As for manifesting, creating or attracting abundance, I think we must know what abundance is like first in our imagination.

    Close your eyes….smell it , touch it , feel it… in other words experience it first in your thoughts so that it can be manifested later on .

    “Your body is your unconscious mind, it is objective does not understand the difference between your real experience that is generating an emotion and the emotion that you are creating only with thought” Dr. Joe Dispensa

    • This reply was modified 5 months, 3 weeks ago by  Erika.
    • Tim

      August 9, 2020 at 4:08 pm

      Thanks so much for sharing this, Erika. The notion of setting the stage for manifestation with focused meditation expressed through daily activities is quite powerful. I think it can be particularly useful in supporting positive attitudes and expectations – thus speeding things up considerably in a well-integrated way.

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