Manifesting – my realisation of what is actually happening when you manifest.

       I have heard, and believed, for a long time that we can manifest what we want to come into our lives. Today I experienced something that has made me question my belief; I experienced one of those moments of knowing something, without knowing how I know it. You see… what I realised today is, rather than manifesting something into reality with our thoughts, the situation that we think we are aiming to manifest is, in fact, already a reality. We have an unconscious understanding that it is the case, yet because we see time as being linear, we can’t see that what we think we want is already our reality. We are observing it as we are experiencing it and simultaneously thinking that we want it.

 

“…for us physicists believe the separation between past, present, and future is only an illusion, although a convincing one.” – Albert Einstein

 

       Indigenous Australians understood it too, and it has been coined Dreamtime by the European settlers. Although poorly understood by them, The ‘Everywhen’ is the same notion explains above. It is also what we are taught in our Yoga studies.

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        My meditation practice has allowed me to see this to be the reality of time, and it’s impossible to explain, except to say that it feels as though I have always existed in some form or another – all at once. It is really something that needs to be experienced to be understood, or even considered seriously. When I first heard my teacher talking about this I thought he had lost his marbles. He spoke about other dimensions that could access whilst in the meditating state, which I though must be a figment of his imagination. We have simply lost connection with our abilities, but can make it strong again with practice.

          There are definitely some people reading this who will be thinking that I am full of shit, and that’s okay, I only know what I have experienced and I am sharing that. We cannot understand anything without first experiencing it, so, try it and see for yourself; the truth may just set you free 😉 I know, I sound like a loony, but I thought my teacher sounded like a loony too and as it turns out he wasn’t, so i don’t mind.

         So… everything is happening simultaneously; that time is linear is an illusion, which means, that thing you think you manifested into reality was already there. You know the outcomes of your entire existence but the vast majority of us have lost the ability to realise this. We are a microcosm in the macrocosm, so we have the ability to understand ourselves if we choose to do the work. I have never experienced this depth of awareness but I can grasp the concept and would like to try; half the battle is accepting it as a possibility, the rest will come with regular honest practice. I need to up my practice – I have been lazy lately.

         It’s interesting that I do’t feel as though I manifested the parts of my life that I don’t really like and I profess to have created good parts, which says a lot about how our minds work don’t you think? As humans, we like to pass the blame… We have to take responsibility for the not-so-pleasant situations so that we can see reality clearly, there is no point trying to build a mindfulness practice around bullshit; it will NOT work. Understand that everything is a choice and then in your meditation practice you may well start to experience depths of understanding, which you never though were possible and real happiness as a result. 

         I for one still have a long hard road ahead of me and I have to choose each moment to accept reality as it is every time before I will experience a drama free mind. You are the reason anything happens in your life. Seated meditation is a great way to explore the reaches of your mind and body. Regularly sitting still and focussing on the sensations that are arising in the body will eventually change your life in ways you can’t imagine.

        Try it…

 

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My name is Jasmine and I want to share my experiences in the hopes that my journey may help another.

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