I wanted to do a brief follow up to this post on manifesting good in your life, so please bare with me as I embrace my hokey side (again) for a moment...
Yesterday the good vibes were flowing at the office as we received amazing official news. I am so blessed to work for this company, for people who truly are above and beyond generous to their employees, and with folks whom I admire and deeply respect. I am incredibly fortunate to love my job and I send heaps of gratitude into the Universe every day for this fact (you hear me, Universe? I'm totes grateful). I also acknowledge that I have this job for a number of reasons...one of them being because I manifested it. As soon as I heard they may be in the position to hire someone for a new role I felt in my gut this was the career for me. I wanted it so badly I could taste it. I never stopped picturing myself working here, I never doubted that I would be a part of this team. I let myself feel things like relief and excitement when affirming to myself that I already had the job. And relief and excitement I indeed felt when I got the call telling me "we'd like to offer you the position". I am so proud of the work this group of individuals does; I'm so proud to be a Weebly!
I love that my coworker just so happened to snap this picture of the exact moment I looked at my bank account for the first time since receiving the additional funds:
I believe I'm trying not to cry while saying "Oh my gosh...." :)
I'm begging all of you to consider, even for a moment, what it would feel like to have your best life manifested. I truly understand how it may seem silly to do things like practice affirmations and visualize scenarios and let yourself feel emotions for moments that haven't happened yet; but if you've ever felt like your best life is just out of your reach...can you really afford not to at least try?
In Gratitude Galore,