4 Ways of Manifesting Miracles

“See the things that you want as already yours. Know that they will come to you at need. Then let them come. Don’t fret and worry about them. Don’t think about your lack of them. Think of them as yours, as belonging to you, as already in your possession.”

Robert Collier

Unfortunately, we tend to underestimate the power that we carry within. We all have the potential to be miracle manifesting beings if we learn how to conquer fear. With enough positivity and clarity, it is possible to realise your dreams and bring them to fruition. If you have been feeling stuck, then it is time to begin the process of turning your thoughts into reality and manifesting miracles!

Strategies to manifest miracles:

1. Release obstacles

Start the path to the manifestation of miracles by releasing any obstacles in your way. Eliminate fear, procrastination, disbelief and anything else that may be a hindrance to achieving your dreams. Release these obstacles via the daily practice of prayer, meditation, positive affirmations and mindfulness. Train your mind to block out negative thoughts, to do this you need to become aware of them and catch them before they’ve had a chance to impact your emotional state. Establishing daily rituals that combine these miracle manifesting techniques will reward you with the energy and outlook you need to reach your hearts desires.

2. Paint a clear picture of your dreams in your mind

It is critical to get crystal clear on what the manifestation of your dreams looks like, you must conjure a mental image of this in your mind and spend at least 10 minutes every morning and evening visualising your dreams. Get clear on exactly what it is you want to manifest and write this down in as much detail as possible. Envision what your life will look like once your dreams have come true, who will be present in your life, where will you be, what will you be doing, what will you be wearing, what will you be thinking and feeling. Picture it as though you are watching yourself in a movie, and envision every detail from the colours, the smells, the emotions, the sounds and the atmosphere. Feed your mind with all it needs to start manifesting your desires. Visualising is an intense, emotional process, you’re stepping into your dreams as though they’ve already been actualised. By playing with your imagination in such a way you are tricking your mind into believing that this ‘dream’ is already a reality.

3. Trust that it shall happen

Hold onto the belief that all is possible for you, don’t let it go for a moment. Keep believing and accept the fact that you are worthy of all that you desire. When you walk with trust, the universe will reward you. Keep this belief with you at all times, go about your life as normal, and allow the universe to start working on the delivery of miracles to you. Trust that the universe has great plans for you, don’t put too much emphasis on timeframes, allow it to take its course.

4. Embrace a thankful heart

Remember, the process does not end after the miracle happens; you need to embrace a thankful heart. Practicing gratitude is a powerful way to welcome more miracles into your life. So, embrace a heart of gratitude and remember to appreciate what you already have and the miracles you’ve already been blessed with. By the time your miracle finds you, you will be able to appreciate it better.

Accepting what you already have, and the greatness you already are is a surefire way to manifest more greatness.

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How to Recognise and Conquer Emotional Eating in 6 Easy Steps

Do you eat when you feel emotional and not only when you are hungry? If you’re someone who reaches for the biscuit cupboard when you’re feeling sad, stressed, lonely or bored then you have a tendency towards emotional eating. Whilst this doesn’t constitute a real problem if it’s an occasional thing, if your go-to way of coping with your emotions is eating then it’s worth considering the impact this may be having on your health and well-being. It’s certainly worth paying attention to your eating habits particularly when you’re bored, tired, lonely, stressed or angry, and if care is not taken you may end up feeding a never-ending problem. While eating can help address emotional hunger, it doesn’t necessarily address the root cause of the problem. If anything, the excess calorie intake only makes you feel even worse than before. The endless cycle continues.

1. How to Recognise Emotional Eating

While emotional eating often results from negative experiences and feelings, it can also result from happier times such as celebrations, rewarding yourself for goals achieved or holidays. The following are signs that you are guilty of emotional eating:

  • You are eating to silence shame, resentment, loneliness, anxiety, sadness, fear, and anger.
  • You are eating so that you can have something to do. People who feel empty or unfulfilled often eat to compensate for their emotional emptiness, to relieve boredom or to fill a void in their life. In the moment eating distracts you from feelings of purposelessness and dissatisfaction.
  • You relish eating unhealthy foods as a way of remembering some of your childhood experiences.
  • You overeat in the presence of others due to peer influence, being encouraged to celebrate etc.
  • You find yourself feeling hungrier when you are stressed, thus you seek comfort through eating. Due to high levels of cortisol in your body, you end up craving fried, sweet, and salty foods.

2. How to Stop Emotional Eating

Many people who are prone to emotional eating feel powerless when it comes to taking control over their food cravings and emotions. But do not despair because there is hope. With a little more effort, it is very easy to stop emotional eating. The key is to find other ways to fulfill yourself emotionally and to take practical steps to manage your stress levels.

Here are a few things you can try to help you regain control of your emotional eating habits:

3. Take a deep breath.

This helps relieve feelings of stress. Deep breathing also releases endorphins, which are feel-good hormones. It gives you time to think about the most appropriate response to the events taking place. Take five seconds to breathe in through your nose and hold for a similar length of time. Gradually, release the air through your mouth for another five seconds. Repeat it five times and you will begin to feel calmer, more at ease and in control.

4. Get more active.

Physical activity burns calories and lowers levels of the stress hormone cortisol. Consider combining cardiovascular activity with high-intensity interval training for a more effective way of combatting stress, making you feel great and improving the quality of your life overall.

5. Eat and enjoy a rainbow of healthy foods.

Adopting a diet full of whole grains, nuts, seeds, fruits, vegetables, fish, lean meat, kefir, and yogurt helps to keep stress levels at bay, and boosts happiness. These are ‘feel good’ foods and will increase your motivation and zest for life. They contain essential nutrients such as calcium, zinc, selenium, magnesium, and the B vitamins that help manage stress, fight illness, and boost strength. They also keep your blood sugar at a healthy level. Ensure you are appreciating the foods you are consuming and be mindful of the amazing benefits these health foods have for your physical and mental health.

6. Plan your shopping ahead.

Plan your weekly shop in advance and take time and care when writing your shopping list. Research healthy recipes beforehand and add the ingredients to your list. Avoid impulse buying as much as possible and consider the health value of all items on your list.

You don’t have to be a victim of emotional eating. By taking control of your emotions and life, you can easily break out of the vicious cycle of stress and emotional eating. Start today!

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How to Develop a Mindset for Success

The definition of ‘success’ is open to interpretation and means different things to different people. For some, success can be measured by financial wealth, professional achievements and educational accomplishments or releasing weight. Whatever the personal definition of success one has, there are fundamental principles that apply to the process involved in achieving it. One of these principles is that, for success to manifest in the physical world, the mind needs a preconceived idea of what success means to the individual. A person’s mindset can have a huge impact on how ‘successful’ they will be in their pursuits.

Here are some tips for developing a mindset for success:

1. Create a vision.

Creating a vision of what success looks like for you is the first step towards developing a success mindset. A vision entails a detailed analysis and mental projection of your goals and dreams, the kind of life you desire to lead and the people you wish to associate yourself with. Creating a vision works like a magnet pulling the things you desire towards you and equipping you with the perseverance to pursue your goals. Goals should be ‘SMART’ i.e. broken down into small, manageable, achievable, actionable, realistic and subject to timescales. Goals also should be factored into your daily, weekly and monthly planning and reviews. The process of achieving smaller chunks of a bigger goal on a regular basis builds confidence and motivation. It also creates flexibility and makes it easier to adjust your vision in alignment with the ever-changing environment in which we live and our ever -changing circumstances.

2. Adopt a positive attitude.

Positive thinking means focusing on the brighter side of life’s events instead of dwelling on the negative aspects. It is vital to interpret events in a way that will positively enhance your life. In the face of a challenging situation, looking on its brighter side equips us with the tools we need to come up with workable solutions to handle the problem. Negativity, however, blocks channels of creativity and creates a sense of defeat. Positive thinking helps us overcome our fear of failure. A belief in failure tends to create events that lead to failure.

Developing a positive outlook is actually much easier than some people expect. An effective tactic for training your mind to think positively is accepting yourself warts and all, engaging in encouraging self-talk and being kind to yourself. Doing this daily will help to gradually replace negative thoughts with positive ones. Try commending yourself for your achievements no matter how big or small, and cheering yourself on when you find yourself in difficult situations.

Meditation is another powerful way to promote positive thinking. By calming the mind and repeating positive mantras, the subconscious is fed with nourishing thoughts which manifest as success in the physical world.

3. Seek inspiration.

Inspiration motivates us to pursue our goals and to keep moving forward. Sources of Inspiration are all around us, we just need to be open to them. We may take inspiration from others who have accomplished similar goals to our own. Thus, we choose to draw inspiration from their perseverance, resilience, and successes. Inspiration keeps us going when our energy feels depleted.

4. Study and learn from the past.

Part of our journey to success includes reflecting on our past experiences, considering the previous mistakes we’ve made. Acknowledging and learning from our past shortcomings provides us with vital information necessary for future success. This knowledge will enhance the quality of our future decisions and enable us to deal with similar situations more effectively. Former mistakes should be a reference point for decision making and for avoiding similar potholes. Doing so means that rather than developing a fear of failure, our past experiences and the lessons they taught us give us greater confidence and wisdom. Confidence empowers us to take the correct decisive action.

Learning to change your thinking patterns can have a hugely beneficial effect on your ability to succeed, so start working on your success mindset today!

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