Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw once said, “Life is not about finding yourself, it is about creating yourself.” Fortunately, we live in a time of phenomenal possibility. Today you can create and manifest your highest intentions and your greatest abundance. Here is a simple process to make your dreams come true. It’s about “3D” thinking and its ability to help you create abundance in your life.

Identify your personal vision

How you see yourself informs your motivation. Drive your decisions about where you live, work, socialize, eat, exercise, and evolve. So what is your inner “ideal”? How do you imagine yourself doing what makes your heart sing, in an ideal place, very successful? Look at every detail. Be bold! Write it down or paint your story and hang it on the wall. Create your “vision” board.

In the early 1990s, Jim Carrey signed a check for $ 10 million for “services rendered,” dated 1994. He stuffed it in his wallet until “Dumb and Dumber,” released in 1994, paid him $ 10 million.

Recognize the emotions of abundance

When you detail your personal vision, you are sure to feel enthusiasm, conviction, courage, creativity, and joy. Strengthened, you build confidence. This acts like a magnet, drawing into your world all kinds of essential support to fulfill your ideal. Doubts? Well these are Einstein’s words, “Imagination is everything.”

Understand the power of the subconscious

When you engage all of your senses to see abundance, you practice a “3D” reality. You impress your subconscious mind. Everything you manifest, including what your life is like right now, originates from your subconscious, your field of limitless possibilities. Here are ways to cultivate this field and replace limited beliefs with new truths.

Honor who you are

When you are successful, everyone benefits. Your wealth, health, and zest for life spread through you and everywhere. Isn’t it time to claim your right to the life that you deserve?

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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