Deliberate creation is nothing more than a novel concept until it is put into practice. Because the illusion of mortality is so deeply ingrained in the human psyche, it takes consistent practice over time before anyone starts changing the course of their life.
The beginner may feel excited and optimistic about getting what they want, and thus they become eager to reap the benefits of deliberate creation. But biological imprints from past lives coupled with the conditioning we have received during this lifetime have formed powerful habit patterns that lead most people back into delusion and despair.
Because our mental programming is so powerful, the odds of becoming a deliberate creator are stacked against us. It takes practice and repetition before our energy shifts enough to make a noticeable difference in our lives.
For this reason, faith is the foundation that gives us the ability to maintain intent over whatever amount of time it takes for the individual to transform. Through faith we can find the courage to keep going until the benefits speak loudly all by themselves.
Each thought is our energetic offering that determines what we are manifesting, and only in the moments of attentiveness are we able to expose and redirect self limiting thoughts as they arise. In doing so, we shift our energy for that moment – which positively affects our manifestation.
But until we shift our underlying beliefs, we are constantly bombarded with thoughts that entice us back into the illusion of separation and limitation. For this reason, persistent practice is the key to developing an individual perspective that leads to infinite blessings.
Each time we ask the question: “How am I feeling and what am I thinking?”, our energetic offering is improved in that moment of awareness. By making it a habit to “check in”, we eventually retrain the body and mind to be receptive to more beneficial thought patterns.
It’s also very helpful to quiet the mind through a practice of meditation in order to get accustomed to controlling the thought waves of the mind. (Please see the links below from some great guided meditations to get you started)
As we continue to consistently practice awareness, we become more attuned to the thoughts that serve our purpose. Sometimes this will feel difficult, especially when in the throes of extreme emotion.
But practicing patience with oneself is also an important part of exercising awareness. Don’t worry if you cannot bring awareness to your thoughts for a time, but keep trying and have faith that you will return to your practice when ready.
You cannot fail and it will never be too late, but the longer you allow yourself to remain in illusion, the more difficulties you are creating for yourself.
Let your Will be the tool of your spirit by consistently bringing your thoughts back to truth, and deliver yourself on the course of your destiny.