How To Define Ourselves In Our Favor
Often times we question who we are, or define ourselves with certain terms, that in some cases can hold us down. For example, “We are an introvert/extrovert”, “We are ugly or dumb”, and many more labels. These terms can seriously hold us down, but they are actually invalid.
We are not a “term”. We are not an introvert/extrovert, we are not dumb or ugly. We are what we believe to be true.
This means that we are the ones that decide who we are, and how we term ourselves. By all means, if you define yourself with what empowers you, then please continue to do so. Everything that empowers us should be continued. The trick, is to only define yourself with what empowers you. But if it makes you feel worse, then please throw it away since that is not who you are.
“As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he”KJV, Proverbs 23:7
Changing Our Mental Images
Our mental images are crucial. It is how we see ourselves and everything around us. Think about it. If we hear about a pink elephant, we will see a pink elephant in front of us. If we hear about a white house, we will instantly imagine an image of a white house. Unconsciously, we always have mental images in our minds. The most beautiful thing is that we can change our mental images to our liking. It’s what we believe to be and see, right now, what counts. Not 5 minutes ago, or a week ago, or even years ago. We can change our mental images right now, meaning we can change our life right now!
In this exact moment. Because a new mental image creates new feelings, which means a new life. The feelings are the secret.
I’ve written a simple, yet effective, method which I call the TFA method, to get a clear picture/mental image of how we want to see ourselves, and the world.
TFA stands for Thoughts, Feelings, Actions.
I created this method because I know it can be hard to create a scene in the wish fulfilled. So how does this method work? All we have to do is write in the wish fulfilled.
What thoughts would we have? How would we think about life, people, ourself? What perspectives would we have?
How would we feel? This is the most important step in my opinion.
How would we act? What would we do? How would we interact and/or dress? How would we behave? This step is to get a clearer picture of the desired state.
What if we desire to have more money?
So how would we think if we have that money? We would think that we can buy anything that we want to have. We have a wide perspective of our financial capabilities.
How would we feel? We would feel free, or that there are no restrictions financially, whatsoever.
How would we act? We would walk through stores never checking the prices. Or when we get a bill, we would instantly pay it, since we KNOW that we can.
These 3 key parts give a wide mental image of the wish fulfilled.
Are We Truly Living In The End?
Often times there are questions as to why our crush, or money, isn’t here yet, even though we are convinced that we have done all we “need to do”, and we are fully living in the end.
Would we ask this question if we were truly living in the end? Would we ask why we can’t pay the bill, or why our crush hasn’t texted us yet to want us back?
No, we would not– since we paid our bill yesterday, and we booked a trip to Barbados, while our wife or husband is cooking the most delicious meal in the kitchen. Personally, I prefer a trip to Moorea but that’s just me. Jokes aside, I think this is a key part of manifesting, that is often times overlooked. If we know we have it, it is already done. We don’t need to question it, and neither would we question it. It is that feeling of knowing our desires already ours. We know we can walk, and therefore we can walk. We do not question every step, and to be honest, we do not question any step at all. We just know we can do it.
“Your assumption guides all your conscious and subconscious movements towards its suggested end so inevitably, that it actually dictates the events”-Neville Goddard (The Power of Awareness)