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Smokin’ Hot Manifesting via Identify Shifting

identity shifting as manifesting technique

“You do not attract what you want. You attract what you are.”

That’s what Wayne Dyer shared in an interview where he said the law of attraction has been misstated.

He’s saying that it’s not about what we desire, it’s about what we vibrate.

Conscious creators already know that there can be a difference in what we want versus what we’re instructing via our vibrational signal.

(Example: someone wants to be healthy and fit, but is focused on disease and discomfort. Big gap.)

And we know closing that gap is how we create what we want.

One way to close that gap was the subject of a GVU call last week: how to shift our identity.

Because at the core of our vibration is how we see ourselves. That is, who we know ourselves to be. (What our self-identity is.)

When I think of myself as someone who isn’t good with money, I’ll inevitably manifest a bad experience with money. Or when I think of myself as someone is good at getting what she wants, more often than not that’s what happens.

So ‘who you are being’ is worth paying attention to – and learning to manage – since it’s where our manifestations are sourced.

We talked about different ways to shift our identity on the call, and I wanted to share one of those here.

A fun way to shift who you’re being is to try on a new identity using a label you create that matches your desire.

For example, when I was feeling a bit frumpy and unattractive recently, I gave myself a new “Smokin’ Hot Girl” identity.

I tried it on sort of like you would an outfit – mentally becoming a “smokin’ hot girl.” I wore this identity throughout the day, asking myself “what does a smokin’ hot girl do next?”

It turns out smokin’ hot girl does some things different than I do, including what she wears, what she eats for breakfast, and when she likes to take her showers.

But it isn’t even the new actions that make the difference – it’s the energy we’re BEING that changes things. So even if I didn’t do anything different, the vibration has changed – and that’s what matters.

I didn’t have to consciously be ‘smokin’ hot girl’ for more than a day before I started to feel it in my bones – and see it in the mirror.

That identity shift was so much fun that I created another one to play with for business success: Rockin’ Business Owner.

It so happens that when I turn on my rockin’ business owner identity, we spend a lot less time on emails and facebook. We have a laser sharp focus that easily knows and maintains our highest priority. (It was a cool thing to experience!)

One of our GVU members brought this point home (about the importance of identity) when she quoted Jim Rohn as saying, “Whether you win or whether you earn a million dollars, best you quickly learn how to be a millionaire, or you will lose it.”

I know that becoming someone that doesn’t seem ‘real’ or ‘true’ yet is kind of tricky. But if deliberate creation was easy everyone would be doing it.

You’re officially invited to play with identity shifting for bullseye manifesting with whatever you’ve been wanting to create. Find the label that nails it, and then try it on a couple times throughout your week and see what shifts.

  • November 15, 2013
  • Cassie says:

    I have to say I LOVE how Jeannette’s Rockin’ Biz Owner vibe comes through in the comment above!

  • Oh, what a lovely meaning to give your ring, and a brilliant way to remind yourself of that meaning! Well said about pretending you’re already living it. That’s powerful stuff. Thanks for chiming in, Sebastian.
    Michaela, we have an upcoming call from Goddess Jacqui related to this subject coming up at GVU soon. (It’s not on the calendar yet, but will likely be early December.) Also, you can access the other call (and the entire library) for just $1 on the three week trial. Plenty of time to access lots of helpful resources, and you can cancel your account any time you like.

  • Michaela says:

    I like this idea of identity shifting, Jeannette! May I ask what a “rockin’ business owner” means to you? It’s an identity I might like to try on, too! 🙂
    Too bad the GVU call you referred to isn’t free for the public – I would have loved to listen to it! Do you have more articles/calls about this topic perhaps …?

  • Sebastian says:

    In essence, you have to pretend you’re already living the life you want. I like what Caelan said too.
    3 years ago I had this image of the Sebastian I wanted to be. I pretended like I was him already. I have changed so much since then and I keep on improving.
    A little trick that I use is… I wear a black ring in my middle finger to remind me that I don’t care what others think. Every time I’m in doubt, I look at my ring and remember who I am 😉

  • Oh, Caelan, I love that! “He became me.” WOW! Thanks for posting that here.
    And thank you, Estelle, for sharing your kind words. Much appreciated!

  • Estelle says:

    What a brilliant post, Jeanette!
    Made so much more user-friendly by the pure simplicity of the exercise.
    Love it! Thank you 🙂

  • I have used Cary Grant’s maxim to great effect: “I pretended to be somebody I wanted to be until finally I became that person. Or he became me.”

  • Please and thank you, DC Russ! Would love it if you came back to share the kindle link here when it’s ready.
    Paulette, always a pleasure to hear from you! 🙂

  • Paulette says:

    It’s been a while, but I am login’ your rock in’ business owner self – ‘true!!

  • D/C Russ says:

    Jeannette! Kick ass post. I’m going to link to it in my new book if that’s okay with you.
    It’s a book about limiting beliefs and I think this article is particularly illuminating in this area.
    The book will be available on Kindle within the next couple days, I’d be happy to send you a copy if you like.
    Again, thanks for the awesome article! You’re totally a smokin’ hot girl, keep it rockin’ chick!

  • I’m right with you on that, Darliss!! Yay for the “and”!
    And Michael – way to get empowered! What a fun one to play with, too. You’re good at this game!
    (Thanks for post on facebook, too.) Much appreciated! 🙂

  • Michael says:

    This is a great and typically PERFECT post (yet again). A few days ago, I felt just completely overwhelmed by circumstances. I sat in a cafe for about an hour, really trying on different thoughts…ANY thoughts I felt might give me access to something besides ‘overwhelm’.
    I finally went back to my 13-year-old alter-identity…’I am Indiana Jones’. And that led me to the reality that I have *literally* beaten everything I’ve come up against. That slight, crazy, adolescent shift in identity changed the whole rest of the week!
    Thanks for expounding on this idea in your awesome article. Hot bass, hot business owner…and hot LOA coach! 🙂

  • Darliss says:

    Because that “smokin’ hot girl” is a “rockin’ business owner!” I’m fond of “and.”

  • Ha – no doubt, Jennifer.
    I was kind of curious if I’d get conflicting instructions from my smokin’ hot girl and my rockin’ business owner, but they are curiously aligned!!

  • Jennifer says:

    Love it!!! It’s like Halloween everyday!! 😀

  • Ooh, I like the shopping you’re up to, MissyB! Have fun with it!

  • MissyB says:

    So needed this as a person who has had no time to do anything in recent months, and all I seem to generate is less time. I’m off to choose my outfit for size right now …

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