Purposeful manifestation is a question of stepping out of your ego and into your heart. The ego is that little voice that telling you that you want this that or the other because without it you’re worthless, that the person in front of you is better than you, that you have to work really hard to get what you want in life, and that you are basically the sum of your acquisitions and what other people think of you. In metaphorical terms this little voice lives in your head and is the thing that gives you the doubts, the frustrations, the fears, the worries. It’s like having a negative feedback loop constantly telling you that you can’t.
It seems pretty obvious to me that if you’re up there in your head you’re going to get nowhere fast when it comes to believing in yourself and your dreams, or even being able to work out if the things you’re trying to manifest are what actually matter to you. For this, you need to go deeper and look for your real feelings. They’re like signposts to your soul, which will tell you, if you’re prepared to listen to them, what your deeper purpose is here on this planet. Everyone has a purpose, we are all here for a reason, but it is very easy to get lost in the day to day mundanities of life and of trying to please other people and forget what we’re actually doing here in the first place.
Once you tap into why you are here and the things that really move and inspire you, manifestation suddenly becomes a doddle. When you’re on your true, heart centered path, the Universe conspires to help you along the way and things start to fall into place in a way that will have you whooping ‘thank you’ on a daily basis. The rich, juicy excitement that you experience as it all comes together will keep you attracting more of the good stuff and you’ll feel a much deeper sense of satisfaction than you ever have done chasing the dreams that other people and your ego previously sold you. This is success that feels good, feels rich, feels fulfilling, and it just leads on to more, and better, in all the right ways. What’s more it will involve you feeling that you’re making a positive difference to the world around you and the people you encounter.
The single biggest recommendation I would give anyone for discovering their soul’s true purpose and getting into that feeling place inside, is to start meditating. It doesn't matter if it’s only ten minutes a day, but making that investment in really going deep within and shutting off the thoughts so that you get to the core of who you really are could be the single most important step to begin your journey of becoming ‘the best version of you’, which is all about stepping into those amazing positive feelings that are just waiting for you to access them, down in your heart.