Moving Beyond the Core Process

Up to this point, we’ve focused primarily on how to increase your ability to direct Universal Power to manifest the things you want in life.

If you recall, the core process of directing Power can be summed up in the affirmation, “I can and I will.”

Intention and belief.

If you have a clear idea of what you want, and a strong belief that you’ll get it, that’s really all you need.

But what if you want a more concrete step-by-step process?

That’s where imagination comes into play.

Imagination also serves to increase belief, and can be a great way to improve your ability to focus as well.

This is because of the way our minds work. If you imagine something in vivid detail, your mind responds to it as if it were an actual physical experience.

And many of our beliefs come as a direct result of physical experiences.

I first discovered the power of imagination after reading a fiction book in which I vividly imagined the details of the story, including a series of scenes in which the main character struggled through a heavy snowstorm.

The next month, I found myself struggling through a heavy snowstorm, and realized that I had created the experience.

Over the next few years, I played with idea, and learned that 5 or 10 minutes was all I needed to create change in the world around me, but to do so, I needed a certain level of intensity to make it happen.

On the other hand, even a great deal of intensity didn’t work if I doubted the process.

That’s why you need both intensity and belief in order to manifest successfully.

There’s a fine line there, and the best way I know to describe the difference is that you want to focus CLEARLY and SOLELY on what you’re imagining, but don’t strain yourself to the point where you cut yourself off from the flow of Power.

In essence, intensity is created through purity of focus.

The more you can do this, the more Powerful you become.