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“To create” … “to bring forth”.

But manifesting can be so challenging can’t it? You want to know why it’s so challenging? Because we try too hard.  We don’t allow for the seed to take root and then show up at it’s own pace.  We hurry it along and wait impatiently sometimes for it to show up when we feel it is time.

You see, most often when we “want” to manifest something, we say things like, “I want this, or I want that.”  But what happens when we use the words I want or I need …. It just creates more lack.

The Universe likes to mirror itself.  It can’t wait to deliver to you what you desire.  But you have to use the proper language.  You must state it as if it is already present.  You must feel it as if it is already yours.  And then it will show up when it is time… and not a moment before.

Think of it as planting a seed within your deepest creative self.  The idea comes from the soul and it must be planted and then tended to.  But with just the right amount of love, attention, intention and ambition… and not an ounce more.  Because the other part to manifesting is allowing.  Allowing the seed to sprout when it wants, and grow at it’s own pace.

So we sit back and allow … and we trust … and we do our thing while manifestation happens behind the scenes.

You see, here’s the deal… we are creating in every moment.  Every thought we have starts the manifestation process.  If that thought makes it out of your mouth and is verbalized, it’s even more potent.  And Goddess look out if you write it down … it’s here.  In some dimension it’s here.  You just have to believe that and wait for it to show up.

And from what I have experienced … when we truly let go, when we completely allow, we are gifted with a miracle.  One that our little brains could have never imagined.  Not in a million years.  So what do we do then to manifest?

State it … believe it … feel it and then allow it. Easy.  You got this.

By Dana Damara

“My passion on the mat is proper alignment, powerful breath and effortless flow so you feel that off your mat. Your practice becomes sacred space where you arrive to find more meaning, depth, authenticity and integrity in your life."

- Dana Damara: mother, author, yoga instructor, speaker and yogini.

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