The Law of Assumption: How to Manifest What You Want


''First, know what you want. Visualize. Feel it. Believe you have received it
 and it's manifested in your world.''

by Michael Corthell

The Law of Assumption states that whatever you assume to be true becomes your true reality.
I'd like to make this very clear; in order to be successful in manifesting one must assume that they already possess that which they desire while generating the feeling or emotion of their desire fulfilled. (For example if your desire is a particular home in a specific location you must assume that you are already living there, feeling the happiness and contentment associated with actually living in that home). 
All of your assumptions/desires are stored in your subconscious mind and the best way to impress a new assumption there is through your creative imagination(via the infinite intelligence).

Your subconscious mind doesn't know the difference between thoughts that are real or imagined.

When you repeatedly imagine your life as if your desire has already manifested(fulfilled), your subconscious has no choice but to internalize that desire as being real.

The first step in manifesting what you desire is to create in your mind the imagined scene of your desire.

This scene MUST be the end result of what you want. Not the beginning. Not the middle. But the end result, that is the completed desire.
The scene you imagine is to be how your life WILL look like when your desire has ALREADY been manifested.

You must make sure to experience all the senses/feelings and imagine the end result and only that

This completed picture is what your life WILL look like after you achieve your desire. Not any of the steps leading up to it.

The second step is to reinforce your desire by visualizing it daily in a near 'sleep-like' state similar to self-hypnosis or Zen meditation.

You may want to take advantage of the time just before you fall asleep or you can use meditation.

(I've tried both and they both work. See which works best for you.)

How long it takes for your new reality to appear will depend upon personal factors and the complexity of the desire.

 Here's a great introductory video I've chosen that will get you started:

Neville Goddard: Imagination Creates Reality Read by Josiah Brandt



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