Manifesting Your Worst Fears
Question from a reader:
There are three basic principles to manifestation – thought, word and deed. But not just any thought, the “sponsoring thought” also known as belief.
“I have some fears that I can’t seem to get out of my mind, fears of losing my partner to a car accident, or of him getting hit on his bicycle, among a myriad of other fears surrounding my family. I often try to pray to archangel Michael right after I imagine one of these accidents, but I’m afraid that my vivid visions will attract the experience into my reality. Am I attracting these experiences? Do you have any advice on how to stop having these vivid, graphic fears?”
So the question is, do you believe these things are going to happen? Or are they simply random things that you envision and then quickly forget?
Simply thinking of them will not manifest them. Dwelling on them is another story.
When you find these things coming up in your mind, don’t try to force them out, but don’t attach to them, either. Just let them float through and continue on. It’s when you attach to it, dwell on it, worry about it, and fear it that you begin to believe it. And when you believe it, that’s when you create it. Simply entertaining something as an idea will not make it happen.
While driving down the road, I sometimes wonder what would happen if I suddenly veered left – into a ditch, and oncoming car, a cow (that was a distinct possibility where I grew up. lol And traffic was backed up one day because someone DID plow into an errant cow on the highway…) but it’s never happened, because I never believed it actually would.
Also, your husband has his own creative power over his life, the same as you do. You are co-creating together. The only way you could have power over his life is if he gives it to you (through belief).
A more interesting question to ask yourself would be where these are coming from. Perhaps a past life regression is in order?