Study any book about creating or manifesting what you want in life and the first step is clarifying positively what you do want. A negative approach and fuzziness won’t get it. Go for crystal clarity.
This is true whether you read Hale Dwoskin’s The Sedona Method (or take the Sedona Method course), Bobbie Stevens’ Unlimited Futures, Esther and Jerry Hicks’ (The Teachings of Abraham) Ask and It Is Given or Paul Scheele’s Natural Brilliance, just to name a few good books.
Ask people what they want and often what you’ll get is the flip side–a negative answer of what they don’t want. No wonder. Long ago, many people gave up on getting what they want in their careers, their relationships and their lives. They got peppered with things like, “Don’t get your hopes up.” Baloney. Entertain high hopes. Take them as high as you can imagine. Wish upon a star.
I love the ole “that’s unrealistic” or “that’s impossible” or “you’re dreaming.” Well, yeah. That’s part of the process.
So what do people do if they don’t know what they want? That’s easy. Check out Dr. Patricia Carrington’s article in her February 11, 2005 newsletter, Can EFT Help If You Are Willing and Capable But Don’t Know What You Want?
This excellent article offers you a practical way to use EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) to clarify what you want and have fun doing it using the “Choices” method developed by Dr. Carrington. You start right from where you are (not knowing) and use EFT to tap into your inner resources. Don’t try too hard. Enjoy the process of discovering.
By the way, if you don’t have her Choices Manual, I highly recommend it. Don’t miss reading this article and the others in the February edition. If you’d like to subscribe to her newsletter, go here.