The Most Powerful Symbol of Them All

In both my Symbolic Solutions package and the new 30 Days to Divine Power e-course, I talk about using symbols as a shortcut to speed up and simplify the manifestation process.

And while the world is full of symbols, and it’s possible to pick almost any symbol at random and make it work for you, the BEST symbols to use are the ones you get from your own deeper mind.

The reason is simple.

Your deeper mind communicates in symbols, and if you use the symbols it already associates with the things you want it to do, you’ll get quicker results that are usually BETTER than what you’ll get with any other process.

Trying to use someone elses symbol requires your deeper mind to learn a new association, which takes time.

When I teach this process, I usually keep the focus off any one particular symbol unless I have ample time to explain that any symbol I might use is purely an example, and in no way should be construed to imply that you should use it too.

But there are times when it’s helpful to point out some examples.

For example, when I want to relax quickly, symbols that work great for me include a balloon deflating, and time slowing down to the point of standing still.

To elicit a positive feeling and therefore make a strong connection with the Divine, the symbol that works best for me is giving God a great, big hug.

And yes, I can imagine all of these symbols at once, shortcutting the process even more.

These symbols take just seconds to produce the desired result, and save me from having to spend time counting down from 10 to 1, or imagining enjoyable scenarios.

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Of course, once you have extensive experience in the relaxed, enjoyable state conducive to manifestation, all you really have to do is think of the feeling of being there, and you’re there.

As quick as the snap of your fingers.

And that’s perhaps the most powerful symbol of them all.  Pure memory, activated by intention.

Which is why, for simple things, I rarely use symbols myself.

Where I do use symbols is when I’m working on a more complex project, requiring many details.

In this situation, I can get a symbol to represent a whole host of details, and limit my focus to the one symbol rather than a dozen details.

For example, in my online business, there would be far too many details to keep in mind all at once.

Involved in this project would be the ideas of new folks joining the email list, being helped by the materials I send out for free, deciding to purchase one of more of my products, and referring others to me.

There are quite a few other details as well.

I can reduce all that down to a symbol of my computer humming a tune, or playing a particular piece of marching band music, which my deeper mind has already associated with success.

If I found myself in a situation where I needed to work on relationships, career, health, and other things, I could get a symbol to represent a full, happy life, and use that to manifest solutions in all areas simultaneously.

I just took a minute to go within and get a symbol for this, and what I got was an image of myself in a wide-open field of flowers, sun shining bright, and spinning in a 360, smiling and laughing like a child.

If I needed to manifest solutions in all areas of my life, this is the symbol I would focus on, relaxing as deeply as I could, allowing myself to feel rich, intense, enjoyment, and at least PRETENDING that my thoughts would create it.

And then I would go through my days looking for (expecting) positive things to happen.

Of course, I have enough experience to KNOW that my thoughts can create, so there’s no need for me to PRETEND.

But if you’re just starting out and don’t have that experience, you have to start somewhere.

I hope this gives you some ideas on the types of symbols you can use to manifest your desires.

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And if you want to take it further, there’s my Symbolic Solutions 2.0 package.

Wishing you the best of all good things.