I think that the internet is the perfect example of instantaneous manifestation. We ask a question, press search and trust that the answer will appear and it does!
How can I apply this to my everyday life? I do it every day on Google, so I should be able to do it relative to other subjects too.
As I was thinking these thoughts I happened to make a stop for grocery. I was looking at all the items on sale. I thought that if I hoarded up on the stuff that was on sale, I would not be able to stay within my budget. Then I realized that this thought came from the perspective of lack. A better way to think would be that whenever I need something, I am able to acquire it with ease. Either the means to purchase it will present themselves, or it will come back on sale just at the right time. I’ve been thinking this way for a couple of weeks now, and even though I haven’t completely given up stocking up on sales, I am beginning to ease up. Instead, I have started a game with my daughter. We have decided that whenever we run out of an item of everyday consumption it has to go on sale. I am happy to report to you after about three months of practice that this system is working quite well. Things go on sale just when we need them, and cheques arrive in the mail to cover unplanned expenses like cell phones going to cell phone heaven, and of course Kijiji has the perfect phone available and the vendor accepts less than half the quoted price for it. Everything fits together and the grid fills in, all I have to do is to enjoy the process of the filling in. I am beginning to have faith that when I want something a way of acquiring it will present itself. It’s a ton of fun. Its “funner” than getting the best parking spots!
Everything always works out for me. Life is good.