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Sometimes what you want to manifest appears quickly. You simply think about it once, forget about it, and then suddenly *poof* it’s there. Other times, you simply watch the days pass by, turning into weeks, months, maybe even years. And, still, there’s nothing.
You hope and you pray. You ask and you visualize. You get as clear as you possibly can about what you want. And yet, you’re still waiting.
Why do some things take longer to manifest than other things?
Can you ever know for certain how long it will take for something to manifest?
How long does manifesting take?
The answer to both questions is the same: It’s all about you.
Whether something manifests quickly, takes years or never even happens, it all depends on you.
You see, when you’re sitting there noticing how you don’t have what you want and are thinking about how long you have been waiting for it to appear, all you are doing is creating more lack in your life.
Because your thoughts create your reality, when all you think about is how you don’t have what you want, you create more of it not being in your life. It doesn’t matter if it’s a car, a house, or your ideal relationship. If you focus on how it isn’t there now, it won’t be there.
The Universe responds to what you think about so choose thoughts that you want.
If you want more money, better health, more love, focus on those things already being in your life now.
Focus on every way that they are in your life already.
And as you focus on them, enjoy them… notice everything that makes them great.
As you do so, more of those things will begin to appear in your life.
Remember, half the fun in manifesting your desires is the journey.
Take time to enjoy the path you’re on as it takes you to your desires.
The more joy you feel, the sooner your desires will manifest.
“We are responsible for what we are, and whatever we wish ourselves to be, we have the power to make ourselves. If what we are now has been the result of our own past actions, it certainly follows that whatever we wish to be in the future can be produced by our present actions; so we have to know how to act.” – Swami Vivekanada