I hope you are doing well this sunny Saturday.
We have spoken extensively about manifesting in previous blogs.
I wanted to delve a little deeper into the darker side.
As you know , manifesting our hearts desire is about engaging deeply with the potential reality. To be grateful and engulfed in a future memory. To see it, hear it, feel it, smell it, taste it. Reminisce and day-dream about future events as if they had already happened.
Most people with monkey or chatty brains tend to do the opposite. They spend their time worrying and expecting the worst.
“When you worry, you’re praying for what you don’t want.”
― Suzanne Morrison
People often worry and fantasise about what they don’t want. For example, if you think you are going to be late, you may visualise running into the meeting, red faced, dripping with sweat, your colleagues pointing at their watches and being chastised by your boss. Sound familiar? That fear has the ingredients to manifest what you don’t want.
According to the law of attraction, imagining and focusing on any scenario ,intensely, has the power to make it a reality. Humans tend to be really good at worrying about what may never happen. It’s like rubbing a lamp and wishing for bad outcomes.
‘Nocebo’ is a little known word. It’s the opposite of a placebo. Placebos are medicines with no active ingredients to cure what ails you. Rather, they are blank sugar pills, yet the belief that they work often means that they do. This happens time and again in different formats.
The nocebo is the belief that something will harm you, which creates that ultimate result. I strongly belief that disease is largely created by worrying that we have it. We have discussed ,in previous blogs , how the environment is a huge factor in us contracting seemingly genetic illness. They may ,indeed, be hereditary, as we are taught to think in a certain way, which is the emotional ‘why’ of the disease. If we add the nocebo effect to this, the worry that we will get disease ‘X’ as it runs in the family, we may in reality be working to manifest that which we desperately seek to avoid.
It is, of course, important not to ignore symptoms and get checked out by a medical professional as soon as something feels a little off. It is always better to be safe than to be sorry. Worrying about things that have not and may never happen is a dangerous thing. We don’t need to be totally hedonistic, planning for the future is a must, but fretting and even obsessing about possible realities which are not yet here, may actually go a long way to creating them.
We need to be disciplined with our thoughts. Positive with our day-dreaming. Manifesting is real and does work. If we think positive we will yield positive results. If we think negatively, we will manifest our nightmares.
Be careful what you wish for!