Awareness, Energy, and Intention. Learning how to use each one individually, and then all together, will help you in manifesting your dream world by working your way from the inside out.
Awareness – Be aware of your surroundings: what colors surround you, who is nearby, what are each of your senses picking up? Everything makes us feel a certain way, and it’s important to be aware of this. Based on how you feel, you send out messages into the world that shape the now. If you lack awareness, you miss important signs trying to interact with you. Eckhart Tolle beautifully states in A New Earth:
“Awareness is the power that is concealed within the present moment. This is why we may also call it Presence. The ultimate purpose of human existence, which is to say, your purpose, is to bring that power into this world.”
Energy – Learning to read, analyze, and channel your energy is very important. Think of every thought you have as a small magnet. Each thought creates a pull in the universe, influencing the energy around you and drawing to you what you think about most. You are, consciously or not, drawing people and situations into your life that correspond to your subconscious wants and fears. Collective thoughts create an even stronger, influential magnet. Every thing in this world was first a thought in someone’s mind before it was shared and brought into existence.
Intention – Always know and be clear about your intentions for doing something. Let’s say you want a new lover. You don’t investigate the why and jump into the relationship for a quick fix. Many people do this and are frequently trying to solve the wrong problem by masking it. The problem may simply be loneliness; you want someone to listen to you. If so, your relationship will be extremely turbulent and/or end terribly because your intentions were not clear. Instead, schedule a weekly lunch date with a friend or even to adopt a pet. Tread lightly before making decisions that impact others. No good comes from forcing a situation without having and understanding your own intentions; always proceed with clear, good-hearted intentions.