Transform your life with the power of your mind

Intro To: Your Authority

“The things you think about are the things you bring about.” At some point in your life, most people come across some version of this Law of Attraction mantra.

No matter if you’re tiptoeing across unfamiliar waters or if you’re basically certified in all things LOA, this guide will carry you along on a progressive journey.

The Law of Attraction isn’t just a fun excuse for New Age hipsters to get together and sip chai tea.
Knowledge of this Universal Principle is more like an invitation to get behind the wheel.

The Law of Attraction is EMPOWERING. Electrifying – in its purest form.

Conversely, the LOA can be a bit intimidating and confusing, depending on where you’re pulling your information from.

This is why you must begin by understanding that success can only be achieved by embracing every way that you can exercise your authority.

Popular documentaries and self-help books have romanticized the idea that we can literally “think” our way into a brand new existence.

Depending on how you slice it, that theory is actually true.

Researchers and scientists have spent quite a considerable amount of time trying to reveal all the mind’s wonders.

What they stumbled upon was much more than they knew was possible.

More than a stationary muscle in the body, the human brain is a mysterious web of experience.

Every thought.

Every sight.

Every sound.

These all contribute to the quality of the fabric of your mind.

The real magic happens in the way these experiences come together.

The strength of a single memory has the power to allow abundant success to infiltrate every sector of your life.

It can also block everything you attempt to manifest like a relentless dictator, hell-bent on sabotaging your future.

Control over the direction which the pendulum flows brings us full circle, once more.

The Law of Attraction: How Has It Been Working For You?

How much authority have you been exercising over your life? Thinking about the answer? Try this question instead:
How are you feeling right now?
No matter where you fall on the spectrum, you can attest A LOT of that credit to The Law of Attraction.

Most of it– not everything...
By learning to master a few common, but powerful, everyday principles, you’re literally placing your life on a brand new course.

One that you’ve chosen.

One that’s guaranteed to bring you all the love, joy, and happiness your heart can take!

It’s a beautiful feeling.

It really is.

It’s something that far too many people aren’t able to experience.
Although it’s up for grabs by any and every single person on the planet – there’s a secret to that secret that can’t be skipped.

Mastering the Law of Attraction isn’t always hit or miss but, if you aren’t sure how to properly navigate those waters, you may feel as if all of your efforts were useless.

Stop right there.

Before you throw in the towel, remind yourself of what the Law of Attraction really represents.

The History of The Law of Attraction

According to modern recorded history, Empedocles was the first to record the laws of attractive and repulsive force.

Later, Plato assumed the task of expanding on the concept and made the first official declaration for the discovery of the First Law of Affinity – like attracts like.

This law evolved into the Four Laws of Affinity, thanks in great part to the work of Albertus Magnus, or St. Albert the Great.
Newton took a shot at it 400+ years later. Then, Etienne Geoffrey, a French physician and chemist, took Newton’s 1718 edition of “Opticks” and translated it into a revised law of affinity:

“Whenever two substances are united that have a disposition to combine and a third is added that has a greater affinity with one of them, these two will unite, and drive out the other.”

This led to the first published affinity table.

Later, a second French chemist, J.P. Macquer published six truths of chemical affinity which significantly impacted the evolution of, what we now know as, The Law of Attraction.
All that we are is the result of what we have thought. - Buddha
As you can see, there isn’t much “New Aged” about the LOA. Although its optimistic rhetoric isn’t readily accepted by many of today’s scholars and leaders of the school of thought – its truth cannot be disputed.

That goes without saying that much of the information reported on the LOA is still incomplete. We can follow the power of this immutable universal concept through much of ancient history.
“Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when we pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them.” – Mark 11:24
“Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.” Matthew 7:7
“Man prays for evil just as he prays for good; and Man is ever hasty.” – surat Al-Israa Chapter 11
“And [remember] when your Lord proclaimed, ‘If you are grateful, I will surely increase you [in favor]” Al Quran 14:7
Despite its’ lack of reference by name, no matter your chosen school of thought or religious beliefs, The Law of Attraction is a very real thing.

Pay Attention To The Signs

You don’t need to invest thousands of dollars and an unlimited amount of study time to jump right in and start mastering the way the LOA impacts your life.

The first thing you need to do is pay attention.

When you’re really honest, you know when you’re performing at your best and when you aren’t.

Before you purchase that book or register for that program, remember the power that’s within yourself.

Concentrated Thought

The first step to regaining your control is to be mindful.

Perform mental health checks throughout the day. What types of things trigger a negative response in you? Which activities pull you furthest away from your goal?

No matter which area in your life that you’re trying to transform, these two should be the first to go.

The concept can be difficult for some to grasp because a lot of people spend most of their lives reacting.
Reacting to those thoughts and beliefs that have gone unchecked.

Reacting to the sabotaging mentality of family and friends.

Reacting to the internal war between the conscious and subconscious.

If you’re spending the majority of your days responding to another person’s actions – you’re working The Law of Attraction backwards.

Mastery – or a lack thereof – boils down to the individual’s ability to be accountable.

Unlike most LOA gurus, we aren’t blaming you for any part of your past or present.

What we ARE saying is – no matter the circumstance, you always have the power to CHOOSE your own reaction.

You can’t help that Mr. X is a jackass – but you can keep yourself from punching him in the face.

Cause and effect.

Besides, living a healthy, happy, fulfilling life – despite Mr. X’s interference is a much better approach to revenge.

The Cause AND The Effect

Many LOA hopefuls unknowingly adopt the “good vibes only” mantra that’s so widely recycled throughout this niche.

To be fair, experiencing a lifetime full of “good vibes only” would be ideal – but highly improbable even more impractical, really.

No amount of visualization and meditation is powerful enough to help you avoid 100% of the negativity you’ll encounter in a lifetime.

Negativity exists. There’s no way to get around it.

In fact, to be completely honest, you shouldn’t even want to.
Without the pains of the past, how can you truly learn to appreciate all the gifts found in the present?

If you didn’t endure a little moiling in this right now moment, how much joy would you experience when your desires finally surface?
Many LOA hopefuls unknowingly adopt the “good vibes only” mantra that’s so widely recycled throughout this niche.

To be fair, experiencing a lifetime full of “good vibes only” would be ideal – but highly improbable even more impractical, really.

No amount of visualization and meditation is powerful enough to help you avoid 100% of the negativity you’ll encounter in a lifetime.

Negativity exists. There’s no way to get around it.

In fact, to be completely honest, you shouldn’t even want to.
All the things you’ve been through…

Everything you’ve learned…

All the events you’ve witnessed…

These we classify as the “Cause”.

Whatever’s happening in your life right now (and all the things in the making for the future) – these are the “Effect”.
To facilitate a life-altering transformation down to the deepest possible level, you have to pay attention to the Causes you’re willing to accept.

You can practice every LOA tip, trick, and trade available – that would never grant you indefinite exemption from those “not-so-favorable” events the rest of us have to deal with.
The ability to avoid (in most cases, that should read “run away kicking and screaming”) negativity is actually a handicap in terms of embracing your role as a creator.

Who gets the most praise at the end of a dodgeball game?

The person who stayed safely tucked away under the bleachers or the dodgeball champ who matrix’d their way to victory?
By now, you hopefully understand The Law of Attraction – if only enough to recognize what not to do. The next crucial step is to choose fruitful actions.



Re-peating the same unhealthy ACTION

There are MANY Universal Principles that contribute to your creative ability.

Contrary to popular belief, mindfulness and manifestation aren’t solely limited to the bounds of the LOA.

No…you aren’t to blame each time negativity comes your way. (Although a quick mental health check can definitely aid in ensuring that you’re only attracting the most fruitful experiences.)

Sometimes, the negativity you experience doesn’t have anything to do with you.

The actions and deeds of others can contribute to the things you encounter.

Many people don’t realize that when the term “accountability” is raised in a LOA conversation, it can also mean the need to be accountable for situations they didn’t create.

Other times, the negatives that arise aren’t even meant to be a form of “punishment”.

As mentioned earlier, without the “bad”, “good” wouldn’t exist.

Sometimes, those unfavorable events are only meant as a reminder. A brief summary recap of how far you’ve come.

There’s nothing wrong with facing the Yin and Yang of this existence.

As you advance in your manifestation efforts, you’ll soon learn that you have the ability to harness negative energy and transmute it for your benefit.

You read that correctly. We’ll touch on it in just a bit but, for now, let’s stick to something simple:
Pay attention to your own thoughts and feelings – as well as the people and situations that invoke these responses.
Keep a journal for 7 days. Log all of your thoughts and dreams. Your hopes and your fears. Everything that crosses your heart and mind for an entire week.

Then, perform another self-evaluation.
How healthy are your thoughts?

How much time do you spend worrying?

How much time do you devote to expressing gratitude and appreciation?

The goal here is to bring your focus to your mind’s daily activity.

Most people go throughout the day immersed in aimless mental chatter.

Step 2 in this process is rerouting your thoughts as necessary.

As long as you stay grounded, and actively choose how you respond to each situation, the “Cause” will always be covered, you’ll just have to learn how to enjoy the “Effect”.

Careful Construction

Happiness is a choice.

It always has been and always will be.

When holding a discussion on Cause and Effect, we must also take special care to address the things we create with that level of attention.

It’s not enough to take note of the negativity your sister carries every time she steps into a room.

You can’t resort to plugging your ears, screaming “La la la” every time you don’t want to endure the scorn of your supervisor.

One who is truly aware of the power of The Law of Attraction – and how they’ve always possessed the innate ability to navigate that authority at will – won’t feel the need to cower in the face of negativity.

Quite the opposite.

When challenges arise, put your faith to the test.

Do you really believe in the power of the Universe?

Better yet, do you really believe in the power within yourself?

Affirming Your Reality

No matter how firm you stand in those beliefs, affirmations can aid in conditioning your brain to accept new thoughts and feelings – ones that support the life you wish to live.

With time, speaking and feeling positive affirmations can jumpstart the way you approach your own creative potential.

Like any other tool of manifestation, affirmations are powerful but they cannot stand alone.
The spoken word is only received by the beta state of consciousness. Since that’s the brain’s most active state of activity, affirmations can easily become buried beneath tons of toxic mental activity.

All of your worries and concerns are stored in beta.

Right along with those corny Monday morning jokes your co-worker has been emailing on a weekly schedule for the last 5 years.

To make the most out of the creative work you attempt on the beta level, you’ll need to calm some of that confusion.

Being mindful of your triggers, will help you make proactive decisions when it’s time to face them.

Concentrating on your goal, minus the stress over the “how”, gives each layer of consciousness clear instructions on what you expect from your life.

Unlocking The Power Of Affirmations

Practice makes perfect.

Yes, even with affirmations.

Unfortunately, you can’t just abracadabra your way into a renovated existence.

At least, not right in the very beginning.

How old are you right now?

It’s taken you that many years to develop your current state of consciousness.

You aren’t going to be able to reverse all of that work in a single session.

In fact, there’s no way to actually tell when your manifestation will present itself.

That’s one of the beautiful things about this universe, it’s full of surprises.

Affirmations are written statements that place the speaker in the presence of their desires – right now.

Switch “I wish I could buy a house like that” for “I am so happy and thankful now that I own my dream home” and see how things start to change for you.

Affirmations are like GPS programming for the direction of your life.

Which way do you want to go?

What do you want to do?

Remind yourself, often and in the present tense.

“I am loved.”

“I am brilliant.”

“I am beautiful.”

That’s just a general template.

Depending on your situation, your affirmation list can cover anything.

“I am a visionary.”

“I have more than enough resources to follow my dreams.”

“I light up the room every time I speak, people love to be in my company.”

Take back your control.

Then take things to the next level.

You Are Deserving

“The world doesn’t revolve around you.”

How many people have told you this in the past?

How many times have you been forced to minimize your light because it was shining too bright for the next person’s comfort?

Just like the 5th grade math teacher that used to vehemently declare that you needed to torture yourself through math class because “you won’t have a calculator everywhere you go in the real world” (one word…smartphones…shows how much she knew)…anyone who encourages others to believe that they should just adapt and fit in with everyone else should be taken away for further reform.

As a remarkably powerful energetic being, the world DOES actually revolve around you.

Even better, you can adjust your own personal force field to adapt or repel other energetic influences as you see fit.

It all boils down to what you feel you DESERVE.

Do you really feel worthy of your desires?

If not, you should be practicing affirmations in overtime.

“I love that dress, but it’d look terrible on me.”

“Mmm that looks delicious, as if I need any more sweets.”

“Another Saturday night in the house, my life is so boring.”

Believe it or not, those are all affirmations.

They are a product of your subconscious beliefs.

By the time those types of thoughts penetrate your conscious mind, you’ve probably been mulling over them in your subconscious for a while.

What may seem like a harmless statement is actually a natural declaration.

When you minimize yourself to make others comfortable, you’re silently reaffirming the fact that you don’t think you’re worthy.

You don’t feel like you’re deserving.

Free Yourself

Free your subconscious from sabotaging affirmations.

Replace them with beliefs that manifest a positive alternative.


Grab a couple index cards. Write down a word or phrase related to one of your goals.

It could be a personality trait.

A savings goal.

Write a separate word or phrase on each card. Remember: Affirmations should be written in present tense ONLY. Think about the positive change you wish to create. What can you write to represent those changes?

“I am excited and passionate about my career.”

“I am healthy, rejuvenated, and stronger than ever.”

“My life’s experiences make me a better person - all things come together for my good.”

First thing in the morning and just before bed, hold the index card arm’s length and concentrate on the affirmation.

Don’t just read the word or phrase, really feel what it’d be like to achieve those things.

How’d it feel to have that money?

How’d it feel to have that money?

Sit in that corner office?

Experience true love?

Whatever’s on that card should immediately take you to a place where you can feel success with all your senses.


Eventually, those affirmations will become embedded in your mind. Keep exercising its power by recording yourself reading the cards aloud. Practice listening to the recordings during your down time. The statements will stimulate the power of those affirmations, bringing them to the forefront of your consciousness again.
Affirmations are a conscious way to reprogram your mind. You can actively reverse the damage done by:
  • Past Trauma
  • Deep Emotional Blocks
  • Negative Emotions
  • Limiting Beliefs
Better yet, do you really believe in your own power?

Studies on the power of the mind have occupied the desks of everyone from scholars of psychology to spiritual teachers to scientific masterminds.

Quantum physicists.

DNA specialists.

Just about everyone’s utterly intrigued with the way a few simple steps can transform your entire existence.


According to French philosopher René Descartes, the pineal gland is the gateway that connects the intellect and body.

When you dream, you activate the pineal’s hidden potential.

Some cultures acknowledge the serpent-like energy stimulated by the pineal’s activity, otherwise known as the kundalini.

Meditation and mindful thought – affirmations – stimulate the pineal gland, heightening the benefits it presents to your mind, body and soul.

The International Journal of Neuroscience linked calcified pineal glands to an assortment of ailment and diseases:
  • Memory loss
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Cancer cells
  • Tumors
  • Blood Pressure
  • Osteoporosis
  • Depression


Enhanced Mental Health – This means better sleep, clearer thoughts, and more peace of mind!

When you’re used to experiencing intense levels of worry, pessimism, and fear, this becomes its primary focus.

Binaural Training

After mastering the art of:
  • Mindfulness
  • Affirmation
  • Visualization
It’s time to advance to more skilled manifestation strategies.

As we mentioned earlier, the brain operates in the beta state of conscious throughout most of the day.
What does that mean for the other frequencies?

Continuing the layered approach on manifesting a more powerful tomorrow, you can’t waste ANY potential.

Researchers monitored the brain activity of meditating monks and discovered that their brains mainly operated in theta frequency. Most of us would have to fall into a deep meditative state to get there.

Through the theta level, you create subconscious evolution.

Binaural tones allow you to train your mind to jump right in to whatever state you like.

These tones reinforce the work you do by intently focusing on your desires, speaking positive affirmations aloud.

It’s time for you to see, hear, touch, taste, and feel every detail of your mental shift.

Your mental activity is measured by amplitude and frequency. Normally, your brain operates between 1 to 40+ Hz.

Binaural tracks amplify measured frequencies to stimulate a certain response from the brain.






Binaural tones allow you to control an unlimited number of physical and emotional responses.

Lower your frequencies for instant stress relief and a good night’s sleep.

Raise them to stimulate an energy boost.

Visual Victories

Now that you’re aware of the need to become proactive in creating the transformation you wish to seek – it’s time to start tasting victory (even if it hasn’t been served just yet).

Pay attention to your thoughts and feelings. That’s the most simplistic way to create change in your life.

Simple adjustments to a glass half full mentality literally redesigns the spiritual lenses used to view this physical experience.

Choose to be happy in every minute of every day.

As you know, certain situations can make that easier said than done.

In the middle of the workweek, when you’re already exhausted with little to show for it, visualizing a victory is likely the LAST thing you want to do.

Step outside for a refreshing glimpse of just how “visual” the world really is.

From the flawless myriad of colors found in the evening sky. To the intricate final touches placed on each human being – turning them into a living, breathing masterpiece – visualization is the fertilizer for creation.

A painter must first see his finished canvas inside his mind’s eye.

An entrepreneur must have a vision for how his venture can change the world.

A child sees life from the most grandiose eyes.

They don’t have to have muscles like a wrestler for them to FEEL that same sense of power when they close their eyes.

They don’t have to have any culinary experience in order to see the look on their mother’s face when they surprise her with breakfast in bed.

Many people struggle with the power of manifestation because they can’t “see” the outcome in their heads.

Be it because of doubt, fear or reason – some people just can’t see it.

The ability to see is directly associated with the part of the brain that governs your actions.

Take a look at the results from a second Olympic study:

Four groups were divided based on the amount of physical and mental exercise they’ll commit to practicing their sport.
Which group would you bet your money on?

If your answer was Group Four, you’d be a rich somebody right about now.

That’s right!

The group that committed more time to mental conditioning actually performed better than those weighted in favor – or even equal to – physical training.

US Olympic officials used the basis of this information to boost full-time psychologists to 1 to 6.

Harvard researcher Srinivasan Pillay, M.D. explains more of this process in his book, “Your Brain and Business: The Neuroscience of Great Leaders”. Simply put, the brain is equally stimulated from real or imagined events.

Whether you’re singing in front of a packed house or visualizing it in your mind, you can spark the same sense of stage fright – or unmovable confidence. Glass half full, remember?

Don’t overlook this step to creating transformation in your life.

You don’t need to be an athlete or a long-term LOA visionary in order to master this skill.

As with any other form of exercise, practice makes perfect.

Perfecting Your Visualization

Do you struggle with envisioning yourself as a picture of health, enjoying life with the ideal mate feeling totally fulfilled down to the molecular level?

(That was pretty vivid.)

Nonetheless, it’s very true.
Visualization plants a seed inside the subconscious mind.

As it grows, its roots will infiltrate the conscious mind.

Those seeds will latch on to the most sensitive thoughts and emotions – the subtle programming that operates your individual belief system.

If you aren’t diligent, those roots may become suffocated by all of the clutter and confusion you’ve been stuffing into your subconscious.

To enhance the power of your creative ability – place a picture in mind.

Don’t do anything drastic.

Just enjoy the moment, as if it were actually happening.
U.S. Olympian Emily Cook proudly credits her passion for sensualized visualization as one of the greatest contributing factors to her success in the Olympic Games.

In fact, visualization is a secret weapon long practiced by other Olympians as well.

Lyndon Rush, Canadian Olympic Bobsledder, was open about the way visualization aided him in preparing for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. Rush told the New York Times that he could feel himself shift from Curve 7 to Curve 14.

We can trace this practice even further, on back to athletes like Al Oerter and Billie Jean King, Olympians of the 1960s.

Visualization is much more complex than closing your eyes and imagining yourself running around a track.

As tempting as that sounds, the weight won’t disappear on its own.

You have to create a complete sensualized experience inside of your mind’s eye.

You have to feel the victory. The confidence in your new physique.

You have to smell the ocean’s water and feel the sand beneath your feet.

You have to create that warm tingly feeling you get when you finally see your love’s face after a long, hard day.

You have to really FEEL it with all of your senses.

The U.S. Olympic team has incorporated various aspects of sports psychology into its operation. Even if you aren’t training to be the best in the world – visualization proves that it’s possible.

Through a partnership with a psychologist and assistant professor at the University of Utah, Olympians have received specialized visualization training that’s helped everything from building muscle to recovering from injuries.

Unlike publicized ideals circulated in the world of manifestation, visualization is just as – if not more – effective when used to prepare for possible negativity.

Are you fearful of giving that presentation?

Have you been worrying about that blind date?

Does your boss harass you every morning, on schedule, just before you get your coffee?

Close your eyes.

Rather than dwelling on the outcome you don’t want to happen, no matter how likely it seems at the moment, try shifting your focus to the things you WANT.

Cause and effect.

There’s ALWAYS a choice.

The Effects Of Negativity

Be positive.

Speak positively.

Think positively.

Karate chop ever instance of negativity that dare look in your direction.

Sums The Law of Attraction up pretty well, doesn’t it?

Well – at least that’s the most common LOA gospel.

The positivity movement took the world by storm. Before we knew it, we were all shunning the Debbie Downers in our lives with a big fat scarlet letter.

But how effective is the no-negativity, no-nonsense position?

When you strip everything down to its core, trying to avoid negativity actually does more harm than good.

The human brain is programmed to experience a wide range of emotions. It’s all a part of our primitive survival coding.

For some reason, society’s actually convinced itself that it’s BAD to feel sad or get upset.


Here’s the thing – even if you pool all the strength you can muster, those emotions aren’t going to disappear.

You can fight the sniffles and hold back the tears but there’s nothing you can do about the way you really feel.

In fact, psychotherapists actually encourage patients to learn to feel, address, and express a full range of emotions.

If and when negativity surfaces in your life, there’s no reason for you to run and cower. Don’t feel ashamed or embarrassed.

!$#@ happens.

To ALL of us.

When positivity sheds its glorious light into your life – soak it up.

Bask in it all.

Yes, this is what makes life so special.

Society’s deemed it taboo to get into a funk but, avoiding the opportunity to find a little bit of beauty in those moments when you’re feeling down doesn’t do you any justice in the long run.

Research shows that negativity is actually OPTIMAL in strengthening your spiritual and psychological health.

“Acknowledging the complexity of life may be an especially fruitful path to psychological well-being.” – Jonathan M. Adler, psychologist at Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering

Yes, of course, positivity also aids in your spiritual and psychological wellness.

Scott O. Lilienfeld and Hal Arkowitz published “Facts and Fictions In Mental Health: Can Positive Thinking Be Negative?”, a power paper featured in the May/June 2011 edition of the Scientific American Mind.

Positivity is a trending topic these days but it hasn’t always been that way. Academic psychology was once concentrated on all things – dun, dun, dun – NEGATIVE.

In fact, it’s still the primary focus today.
  • Mental Illness
  • Crime
  • Addiction
  • Prejudice
Academic psychology used to spotlight negativity like some sort of perversion. Then, the 90s ushered in a new school of thought.

Martin E. P. Seligman, a psychologist from the University of Pennsylvania, coined the phrase “positive psychology”. Think of it as the happy-go-lucky twin of traditional teachings. Rather than concentrate on the negative aspects of the human psyche, positive psychology dissects the cause and effect of psychological adaption. It measures how your health is impacted by things like:
  • Happiness
  • Stronger Character Traits
  • Virtuous Beliefs
  • Resilience
Even still, Seligman advised against being overly optimistic. He states that it “may sometimes keep us from seeing reality with the necessary clarity.

The reason why we teach transformation from a holistic perspective (mind, body and soul) is because each component supports the other.

Just as the conscious, subconscious, and unconscious mind come together to form a single thought, your life is a reflection of your total health.

Mind, body and soul.

In 2010, Cornell University released a review, completed under the direction of psychologist Anthony Ong, confirmed that most studies show optimistic individuals are generally healthier and have longer life spans. However, the review also notes that these findings were drawn from studies that examined the effects of positive thinking. It evaluated the outcome of each participant’s life but never reveals the cause. So, in retrospect, one may become healthier by thinking positively but, at the same token, you could also begin thinking positively by adopting a healthier diet.

It’s doesn’t matter which cause is more powerful. The effects are related, therefore you’d probably double your chances of success by working on BOTH.

Makes sense?

If it doesn’t, ask yourself a question. It’s okay, be honest. No one’s looking.

Would you consider yourself a pessimist?

No, really.

Not in a derogatory way but some people are just worry warts who question everything.

If that’s your natural response to most situations, forcing yourself to be positive 24/7 could become a slow death you wouldn’t wish on your worst enemy.

If you’re an optimist, you’re going to have to develop some thick skin quick. Just in case things don’t go your way once, don’t mean that you won’t win in the end. Have the courage to keep fighting and advancing in your manifestation efforts.

One day, you’re going to look back and say “I remember when… but now look at me!”

In 2001, a study of a group of elderly individuals revealed that optimists were more likely to become depressed after experiencing traumatic disappointment. All that time picking at the details and expecting catastrophe must make pessimists a little numb to trauma.

As we mentioned earlier, the mind responds to however it’s exercised. Pessimists are prepared to face defeat. As an optimist, you’ll have to learn how to balance expecting the best and adapting just in case you get a curveball thrown your way.

So – in terms of manifestation, just do what works for you. Stay grounded and weigh all your options. You got this.


In 2007, three psychologists, University of Virginia’s Shigehiro Oishi, along with colleagues, Ed Diener, of the University of Illinois, and Richard Lucas, from Michigan State University found that people who balance their happiness, expressing their emotions in healthy moderation, saw more financial and educational success than super happy people.
On the other hand, those happy-go-lucky individuals reportedly saw more success in interpersonal relationships and volunteer efforts.

In 2012, a psychologist from Boston University concluded that practicing mindfulness actually aided in overcoming anxiety.

Not by avoiding the idea of interacting with negativity but by learning how to proactively adjust to the situation and CHOOSE the way you choose to experience it.
It is impossible to avoid negative emotions altogether because to live is to experience setbacks and conflicts.”  – Shannon Sauer-Zavala
All in all, we come full circle to achieve the same end. Decide what makes you happy and run towards it.

Fertile Soil

Not only does that choice include your right to respond to life’s many surprises in a way that aids in attracting your desires, it means you have the ability to control EVERY. SINGLE. STEP. in the process.

Make sure all of your efforts are being tilled into fertile soil.

As you advance through each level of manifestation, don’t leave the last technique in the past.

Everything comes together to combat the stubborn subconscious roadblocks that have held you back.


Express your sincere appreciation for EVERY phase of your transformation.

The reason why we encourage our clients to learn to accept and adapt to negativity is because setbacks and mistakes contain some of the most powerful learning lessons.
Make a list of all the things you’re grateful for.
  • Electricity
  • Hot Water
  • Health
  • Family
  • Sunshine
  • Rainbows
Give thanks for as much as you can possibly think of.

If you spend your days expressing your appreciation, sincerely feeling waves of gratitude for the beauty the universe has shared with you, you’ll have a lot less time to complain. (And even less time to get in the universe’s way.)

Show appreciation for every single step toward the development of your goal.

Get comfortable with success.

Remember, you deserve it.


Hypnosis was first introduced by Sigmund Freud and Pierre Janet toward the end of the 19th century.

Visualization therapy is a form of self-hypnosis used in self-healing practices.

Breaking through each layer of consciousness is worthy of a celebration of its own.

“Hypnosis is a state of human consciousness involving focused attention and reduced peripheral awareness and an enhanced capacity for response to suggestion.”

By taking the initiative to explore the various levels of your mind on your own, you reduce your risk of running into subconscious resistance.

The subconscious mind isn’t always open to the idea of 3rd party invasion.

That’s when the old saying comes into play, “When you want something done correctly, you have to do it yourself.”

Olympic stars use visualization to help them prepare for the major event. Self-hypnosis utilizes the power of stimulating the mind with positive imagery, while invoking the benefit of incorporating all of your senses.

Unlike affirmations, which are actively programmed into your mind, self-hypnosis requires a certain level of surrender.

A release of control and willingness to hear the soul speak after silencing the ego.
“Hypnosis is a state of human consciousness involving focused attention and reduced peripheral awareness and an enhanced capacity for response to suggestion.”

Self-Hypnosis Exercise

Meditation is just another form of entering the hypnotic state of consciousness.

This practice can help you master “total concentration on a single train of thought”.

Add a few guided meditations to your daily manifestation efforts.

You can follow along with some freebies that can be found online or upgrade the effect of each session with a powerful guided meditation track.

When combined with the strength of binaural audios, this layered approach to total transformation becomes something beyond remarkable.

Whether using the Sri Yantra, following along with a guided meditation audio or practicing some other form of self-hypnosis, you must leave no stone unturned.

Concentrate on the goal you want to achieve.

Focus on the forgiveness you need to learn to express.

Self-hypnosis is fixed solely on, you guessed it, yourself.


Beginning in a comfortable position, begin focusing on something that makes you feel exceptionally good.

Something overwhelmingly positive.
  • Love
  • Happiness
  • Abundance
  • Appreciation
Allow your mind to drift away, until you feel totally submerged in that moment.

Use all of your senses. FEEL IT.

Enjoy it as if you were in that space all over again.

Then, allow your attention to shift to a something or someone that represents one of your goals.

It can be the invention you’ve been waiting to launch.

A person who’s succeeded in a way you wish to emulate.

At the beginning of each morning and the end of each day, add a personalized self-hypnosis session to your manifestation routine.

Simultaneous Efforts

It all goes hand in hand.

After you’ve decided on a goal, utilize each one of these tools to bring it to life.

You must be optimistic, yet practical.

Free spirited, yet disciplined.

Resilient, yet adaptable.

Many people fail at their manifestation attempts because they don’t understand that you have to attack your mental system from all angles.

Advance from the front while infiltrating the rear.

Plank from the east and strike in the west.

Do this, and you’ll never struggle with creating the life of your dreams ever again.