This is part three of a four-part series.  Part One is found here.  And Part Two is found here.

How Reversing Seven Words Can Change Your Life (Part Three)

The Perfect Life Tool

Now let’s take “I’ll see it after I believe it” a step further to illustrate how you can actually use this phrase to solve frustrating manifestation mysteries faster than Sherlock Holmes.  And what is your most painful manifestation mystery? Why you don’t already have the life and stuff you desire.

Here’s how this phrase allows us to become a manifestation detective of the highest order.  The phrase “I’ll see it after I believe it” tells us why only certain things have manifested and been seen (things we’ve believed).  But our world is one of universal laws and laws always tell us at least TWO things.  The law of gravity, for example, says things fall down. So, if we see something going up, we know it wasn’t falling – it must have been pushed.  Our manifestation law works the same way; since we can only see that which we believe, it follows that anything we DON’T SEE is not being believed.  When we don’t see something present in our lives that we want, we now know we don’t truly believe it.  

Thus, “I’ll see it after I believe it” educates us about the meaning of desires we can see (being manifested = currently believed) and desires we aren’t yet seeing (unmanifested = not yet believed).   Now we know that whenever what we want isn’t here, we don’t yet believe what we need to in order to manifest it.

The Law Works and Will Work for You and Everyone

This is great news for us.  Knowing that the reason we aren’t manifesting something is because we don’t believe it frees us from the very understandable (but horribly wrong) conclusion that the problem is us.  After all, since others can do it there must be something wrong with us, right?  Wrong.

We now know, definitively, that not seeing something has nothing to do with our not earning it, not deserving it, or being unworthy of it.  Not seeing something we desire does not mean we are being punished or that something is being withheld from us.  “I’ll see it after I believe it” reveals that we are not broken – that not seeing something we desire is merely an indicator about what we don’t yet truly believe rather than a memoir about our worth, meaning, and value as a human being.

“I’ll see it after I believe it” reveals something so important that it actually makes suffering optional from this point forward.  It tells us that whatever we do, and do not, see (or manifest) is nothing more than information.  What we do, and do not, see (or manifest) is merely information for us about what we do and do not yet believe.  Thus, “I’ll see it after I believe it”, directs us to use what we’re seeing (and not seeing) for its correct purpose – as essential and invaluable feedback regarding what we do and do not believe.  This is indispensable information to direct our intentional efforts to grow our beliefs into alignment with our desires.  I cover how to shape and grow those beliefs into picture-perfect alignment with your waking desires in “Grow a Greater You”.  It’s an easy to follow blueprint for intentionally growing any (any every) belief you have into alignment with your desires.

“I’ll see it after I believe it” tells us the rules for how things manifest (we see what we believe) and gives us precise instructions regarding where to play “Grow a Greater You” right now.  It tells us which beliefs are not aligned with our desires.  You have all the information at your fingertips to show you what you do not believe fully enough (yet) to allow your desires to manifest.  Every single aspect of your material reality is a reflection of your beliefs, informing you about what you do and do not believe and directing you toward the beliefs you should shape and grow.

 

(More to come in Part Four, Next Monday, May 22nd)

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