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Righter Than You Realize

This is the manifesting trick that changes everything when put into practice.

It’s the #1 skill worth mastering if you care about your LOA game, not to mention general life happiness …

Today I woke up – and completely took it for granted.

I woke up. Which meant I slept!

Sleeping through the night used to be a huge miracle! The kind of thing that inspired a chorus of angels singing as I phoned friends to share the news!

And here I’d just slept through the whole night. Didn’t even think anything of it.

Got out of bed. Took that for granted, too.

I got out of bed without even thinking about it. No back pain! No careful maneuvering. No wincing or groaning as I started the day! That wasn’t always the case.

And then I got on the internet. As if it were nothing. As if that’s how it always is.

But the truth is Comcast has inspired many a swear word in the past.

Then I sat in my chair without having to clean up cat throw-up. Didn’t even thank them for it. There are more days than I care to count where that is not the case.

I share this because it speaks to the point I want to make about today’s manifesting tip …

Things are going more right than you realize.

There’s way more working out for you than there is going wrong.

And when you know that, especially when you can remember it in the face of contrast – it makes all the vibrational difference.

You can’t get too kinky in your vibe when you look around and see all the rightness in your world.

And if you can’t see how that’s already true for you, it’s time to practice.

Because many of us have an unhelpful tendency to spot what’s wrong and dwell on what needs to change, rather than appreciating what’s going right.

If your first thought when you woke up wasn’t a lovely one, then I’m talking to you.

That’s a sign we have room for improvement on where we’re dialed vibrationally.

This manifesting skill is about developing the perspective of love and appreciation rather than grinding through another day of effort and angst.

And for some of us, it is work. It can take a committed practice of looking for the good news before it becomes our new habitual perspective.

(It’s why I regularly post on several differentgood news” and “what’s going right” threads in the GVU forums.)

It’s hands down the single most powerful thing you can do to support your manifesting success.

So the next time you hear yourself complaining or worried about this, that or the other, take a pause for a reality check.

Look around and tally even just a handful of things going right. (It’s impossible to list all the things working in  your favor – that’s how many there are!)

But when you can get a handle on more things going right than things going sideways, you are well on your way to happily ever after.

Because manifesting what you want can be as simple as recognizing that life is righter than we realized.

  • June 11, 2016
  • This is so true, thank you! No coincidence that I read this post (I’m playing catch up!) right after reading the what-vibe-are-you-giving-out one. It’s like I get ahead of myself with deliberate creation and apply it well for a while… then get kind of lazy and forget and then I wonder why things are OK but not amazing. Because I am snatching at the day, not basking in appreciation for the small stuff (and even the bigger stuff). Back to basics!

  • Lizette says:

    Great and timely reminder!
    Hubby has been mentioning things to be grateful for since the weekend, and I came to realize that, lately, I’ve been zoning in on the things that need fixing instead. I’ve been focusing on how well my business is doing and my body and energy levels are still catching up.
    Anyway, I wanted to make two suggestions I try to use:
    1. For every “to be fixed” thought, think about how marvelous 3 things are.
    2. There’s an Android app… can’t remember the name now (days of gratitude?) but it has a red logo with a white heart. It randomly asks you what you’re grateful for.

    • Margareth says:

      Love the appreciation app suggestion Lizette, thanks!!!i’ve downloaded it straight away and my first entry is done!

  • Ariadne says:

    Wow – the timing on this is nothing short of magical.
    Last week I got a nasty email on FB from someone I’ve never met, accusing me of something I did not do. I was wobbly and weird all weekend. I have a million wonderful things in my life, but guess what I woke up thinking about? The dozens of emails from wonderful friends who treat me well? Nope. What a wake up call.
    THANK you for the direction and for your insight, and to everyone who has commented. Today I will do something in support of our animal friends as a thank you to you.
    I feel better already.

  • Tiffany says:

    Thanks for this beautiful reminder.

  • Master Manifester says:

    Thanks Jeannette,
    Such an important reminder. The past 3-4 months I have tipped the scale to the good outweighing the bad in terms of my focus and MAN how FUN that IS!! Along with this comes the expectation that things will go well for me in all aspects. And they do. The universe keeps proving me right. Along with this focus comes such fun and joy that even when unwanted things show up they just don’t get to me as much as before. I keep the Abraham sticker in my car windshield that says, “Things are always working out for me.” And it has become an affirmation and constant reminder as I drive more than once daily. I LOVE my ABRAHAM sticker because IT IS TRUE. Things are ALWAYS working out for me MORE and MORE and MORE and WOW! Life is soooooooo much FUN!!! 🙂

  • I just got an amazing night’s sleep, looked out my window to the sky, which is so blue its bordering on purple. I’m gearing up for my first cup of coffee and a workout. Things are going very right this morning!

  • Margareth says:

    What a great post Jeanette! I’ve been practising showing appreciation for all the great things in my life for a good year now (ever since i ended up in the ER – that was a major turning point for me) and wonderful things have flowed into my life ever since.
    Your post showed me to amp up my game even more….love it!!!

    • Elle says:

      Sorry about your ER visit, Margareth. It is not the most pleasant experience whatever it was, but you’ve got this!

    • Jeannette says:

      Those sorts of events can inspire big change, huh? I’m glad you’re letting in the wonderful, Margareth! 🙂

  • Heather says:

    Here I am catching up all the great posts and comments in GVB and this is the PERFECT reminder, that so many things are going right and I am so grateful. lol
    Thank you for all these great posts and al the wonderful comments everyone!

    • Jeannette says:

      And your posts at GVU are part of what’s going right in my world. You are such a consistently uplifting presence, Heather!
      Thank you for that. 🙂

  • Amina says:

    Great reminder! There is a LOT going right!

  • Meg says:

    Jeanette – this is so true! I woke up this morning two hours later than planned and then thought – I got to sleep in and I actually feel rested! I hung laundry outside and within an hour or so it was completely dry and my sheets smelled like sunshine. I ran errands for fence repair supplies and everyone down to the parking lot cart gatherer was so friendly and helpful. As I sit here I am enjoying a fan and AC and it feels lovely! I have choices in whether I sit on the couch, love seat or reading chair! I have nearly finished my to do list today and the universe is definitely holding up its side of the list too. Can I just say it is a freaking awesome Saturday?

    • Jeannette says:

      Just like that! That’s exactly how it’s done, Meg. Universe is going to have a good time with you when you send those kind of signals. !! 🙂

  • Love this Jeanette! Thanks x

  • Namaste says:

    Another great post, Jeannette =)
    One of the smartest tools for making this practice a habit, that I’ve found, was introduced to me by my ex-wife. Starting from the time she wakes up, the first thing she realizes she can appreciate, she creates a text on her phone and types it out. Throughout the day, she adds to the text list. At the end of the day, she reviews the text list, so she’s reminded of all the things that went right and then presses send. I’ve been exchanging these texts with her for years now. Doing this dramatically sharpened my awareness of all the things that are going right, all the time. Additionally, it makes the day a lot more fun. I love observing something that I can appreciate and adding it to my text list. It feels amazing at the end of the day to read a super long list =)

  • Elle says:

    Thank you so much for the reminder, Jeannette! Blessed are we!
    Yes, my big toe hurts but I can still walk and do things. I have a great view from the place I live in, running water and electricity, moral support when I need it, and a list of other things. How lovely!

  • Karen says:

    Ahhhh, good stuff. My back has been hurting all day, but hey, I can keep food down, and I have lots of good food in the house. Love it when that happens. The plumbing, electricity, water, appliances – yup, they all work. I can choose whether I want a long, soaking bath or a quick shower. I didn’t grow up with a shower in any of the apartments we lived in. I didn’t have food in the house growing up. I have a yard big enough for my dog and we went to the park today. We encountered other dogs but there was no violence 🙂 These are all such good things. But then, I more often than not do notice the things that are working right. Problem is when it is bad, it’s in your face. Always helpful to have someone remind you to break your focus on that, much like I have to break my hound dog’s focus on some scent in someone else’s yard when we’re walking.

    • Jeannette says:

      Right, Karen?! The list of what’s going right is SOOOO long!
      And yeah, breaking the trance of what’s “bad” is sometimes a feat, but it’s worth getting good at.
      Here’s to hound dogs! (I’ve always thought it would be fun to live with one!) 🙂

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