Manifesting: it’s such a trendy word now.
Manifesting means to make your dreams come true. After the year we had in 2020—it’s no wonder that we’re all focused on making dreams come true. That is a pretty automatic response after the nightmare we all have lived in.
All too often, we think that manifesting is reliant upon what we do. Yet, in our society that is so saturated in constantly doing, I would argue that manifesting is really about the power of the pause. In order to achieve our dreams, it is really more about what we stop doing than about what we start doing.
Take your resolutions, your dreams, and your goals. Write them down and stop. Take a look at your dreams and see what needs to stop in order to make them come true.
My dream, for as long as I can remember, was to be an author. I dreamed of being the next great novelist. I would write things here or there and they never went anywhere. Back then, I blamed it on my career, my busy life as a mom to two young children, and every circumstance I could think of.
The Power of The Pause
If this was my dream, wouldn’t I do whatever it took to make it happen? I needed to take a really hard look at my life and figure out just what was holding me back.
The answer, and what I needed to push the pause button on, shocked me. It seemed like such a normal, everyday part of life. How could this innocent thing be what was keeping me from manifesting?
There was only one way to find out. I had to push pause.
Ready to Try The Power of The Pause?
The power of the pause can transform your relationship with alcohol. Join us in The Alcohol Experiment to discover what a break from alcohol can do for you!