Focus Your Attention
My intention during our next few calls together is to teach you how to focus your attention to manifest the life you want. Where you place your attention is where the creation process starts. Your focus is the director of your energy. Every thought you think starts to create something. All personal power starts with your attention, and it’s the most precious and powerful resource you currently have.
To boost the magic in our lives, experience exceptional health, and increase our finances, the place to start is to to ask yourself, “Am I focusing on what I want, or is my focus on the past or things that stress me out?” Where we set the intention, amazing results will follow.
An important step in calling our focus, power, and energy back to us is cleaning and organizing our clutter. All physical clutter has stagnant energy attached to it, and acts as a roadblock to our desires.
1. Mindfulness Meditation
Choose to commit each day and create this ritual for yourself. Even if you start with only five minutes, you will reap the rewards and increase the power of your attention.
Some people focus on their breath or gaze into a flickering candle.
There are no hard and fast rules here. The most important thing is that you do it.
I use a mediation app called insight timer. I set it for ten minutes and place my focus on the Tibetan bells. When my thoughts wander, I come back to my mantra, which is “I let go.”
Watch the video below to learn one of my favorite Kundalini mantra meditations. In just one minute, this beautiful tool can take you right to happiness.
2. Reflective Journal Prompt
Take a moment to sit down with your journal, and take a couple of nice clearing breathes. When you are in a clear mind, write at the top of the paper “What no longer serves me?” Allow yourself to write whatever needs to come out of you. It may take several minutes before you want to answer this question. Keep writing. Eventually, you just may surprise yourself when you see what comes out on paper.
3. Chapter 5 Wings of Freedom – Guidance to Go Book
Placing our attention on the things we want can inspire us to let go of the rest. I recommend reading chapter five and filling out the attached “Letting Go” chart. Even if you can’t release any physical or mental clutter straight away, the act of creating a plan and writing it down will aid you in recovering a lot of your attention. If you don’t have it, you can buy the book here.
4. Letting Go Plan
Block 5-10 minutes a day on your calendar to clear your clutter
All unfinished business holds a part of our energy. When we look at an unmade bed, unwashed dishes in the sink, a cluttered wardrobe, a messy car, a missing button, or think of conversations we need to have, we may feel a strong pull on our energy. By tending to and completing these tasks, our energy will return to us, and we can create space for the things we truly desire.
Take a moment to complete your chart. Notice how much energy returns to you from the simple exercise of writing down a plan of action. There is a column titled energy units. Imagine you have 100 per day. As you fill out your chart, you will assign the first number that comes to your mind. This is how many energy units you spend each day thinking about this thing that needs to be done.
The Letting Go Plan is helpful for recording your physical appointments—doctor and dentist check-ups, hair cuts, beauty appointments, visits to the nail salon, massages, appointments with a chiropractor, etc—even if it is six months in advance.
You can also use your Letting Go Plan to write down reminders for conversations you know you need to have. You can hold yourself accountable to tackle any unfinished business, simply by writing down the date you’d like for it to be done. Share it with a friend if you need the extra support!
Please reach out to the group if you need support or have insights/aha’s to share Facebook!