The Manifestation Power Formula

I hope you know by now that the reason for developing your willpower, belief, and imagination is to help you guide and direct Universal Power to manifest your desires.

In other words, they are the muscles you use to move Universal Power where you want it to go.

There are many, MANY ways to actually direct Power, just as there are many different ways to use your physical muscles.

Pretty soon, I’m going to start sharing a variety of ideas on how to direct Universal Power to manifest the things you want in life.

Before we go there, I want to make sure you fully understand what makes these processes work.

What these processes do is give you something to focus on, and what makes them work is your ability to focus CLEARLY and SOLELY on the process, as well as your belief that doing so will produce results.

To put it bluntly, if you do them half-heartedly, with weak focus and/or doubts, then they won’t do anything for you.

Or to put it another way, the processes are like an electronic device. If there’s no electricity, the device doesn’t work.

Another point to keep in mind is that intensity of focus, supporting beliefs, and duration all play a part in the process.

Going back to the electronic device example, (and this will make more sense if you know some of the science behind electronics) focus intensity is equivalent to electrical voltage, supporting beliefs relate to the resistance of the electrical circuit–and thus the amount of electricity through the circuit–and both of these define the amount of power delivered by the process/circuit.

When you calculate this over time, you get a number that is roughly equivalent to the mAH rating of a battery, which defines the total amount of electrical power in the cells.

Ideally, you’ll eventually want to grow to a point where you can generate an intense focus, with strong belief, and sustain both for a long time.

However, intensity of focus is more important than duration. Focus as intensely as you can, and don’t worry about time.

The reason for this is because you have to overcome a certain amount of momentum, much like when you have to push a car that won’t start. Applying a light pressure won’t get the car moving no matter how long you push on it.

You have to push hard enough to get it started.

A 10-second highly intense effort of will, backed with belief, can do more than an hour of wandering thoughts.

This is why I stress the importance of willpower, as it is what creates a high intensity of focus.

  • Willpower = Focus Intensity = Electrical Voltage
  • High Belief = Low Resistance = High Electrical Amperage
  • Imagination = Mental Template = Electrical Circuit
  • Electrical Power (Wattage) = Voltage * Amperage

Therefore, our formula for manifestation power is:

Manifestation Power = Willpower * Belief