I get a lot of questions about how I journal, what do I write about, what do I say, how do I do it.

Well, after thinking about that for a minute I realized that I write way more about how I want to feel, than what I want to “have”. I focus on how I want to feel each day. How a new client makes me feel. How a new income makes me feel. How the gym makes me feel. How my diet makes me feel. How my mindset work makes me feel. How I want to feel in my relationships. How I want to feel in my friendships. How I want to feel in my relationship with my family to feel. How I want to feel about myself. How I want to feel about my work. How I want to feel about how I help people. How I want to feel about LIFE.

I don’t focus on the “how” or “what” but on the FEELING. I visualize it. I describe my surroundings and feelings around every situation I wish to be my reality.

I also make sure to write it in present tense, as if it is already true, already my reality. And the more you do it, the more it becomes true. The more you actually BELIEVE it. Lots of “I am” and “I do” or “I feel” powerful statements and declarations.

This is how you change your subconscious thinking. This is how you reprogram.

This is one of the most POWERFUL tools I’ve ever learned. I have so many journal pages and screenshots of documented evidence that this all really works.

When you focus on the how, want, and when you’re putting out a seriously obsessive and needy vibe. That kind of vibe isn’t going to attract anything positive or good. Remember, you can’t manipulate the universe.

Lesson here: Stop focusing on what you will get and focus on how you will feel.

That’s where the real manifestation happens.

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