Are you sabotaging yourself with worry?

Worry is one of the biggest obstacles to creating what people want in their lives. Most of us grew up with the idea that if you’re not worried, you simply don’t care about the outcome. I’ve heard parents say, “It’s my job to take care of my kids.” Worry occurs because you are afraid that you will not get what you want or that something bad will happen. Or, you might think that worrying will make you ready in case things don’t work out.

Worry is a lack of trust in the Universe/All-That-Is/Source/God. It is a lack of trust in oneself as a creator being. The truth is that we are not meant to fight. We are destined to progress. Life should be fun and easy. When you are in tune with what you want, you embrace a sense of ease, joy, appreciation and trust. Worry actually keeps what you want away from you. If you send out a vibration of worry, then you simply attract more worry.

There is a gap between the feeling of your desire and its manifestation. The problem arises during that gap. All sorts of doubts can creep in and you start to worry about whether what you want will manifest. This is especially true if you feel very important to have it. And then what you want never happens and you start to doubt the whole manifesting process.

I was there!

Something that has made a big difference for me is a practice called “It’s Done.” I was able to manifest some great things in my life, sometimes quite easily, but it was inconsistent. Certain things just didn’t seem to show up. I have used the words “so it is and so it is” and “it is done” after stating the intentions, but only saying the words. Then the worries would start creeping in. I tried to refocus my thoughts and feelings, I did a lot of process and worked on clearing limiting beliefs. All good things to do. But because of some things that I thought were big and important, I just couldn’t shake the knot in my stomach.

It’s done.

I was recommended the book “It’s Done: The Final Step to Immediate Manifestation” by Richard Dotts. I decided to try it. Richard described the chills that came over him when he realized that the “Amen” at the end of the prayer was originally more than just an ending. It was a statement of faith and trust that what was required had actually already been done. As soon as we give birth to a desire and intend to create it, it is done. As Abraham-Hicks says, everything is already there, waiting in our vortex of creation. You just have to adjust to it. You are the last creative component to receive what you want.

The process is very simple, but powerful. After using whatever method of setting your intention you prefer (visualization, journaling, affirmations, etc.), take a moment to say and most importantly FEEL it done. How would you feel knowing that what you want has already come true? There is nothing more you can do to make it happen. Done. You really feel like you have it. Tap into the feelings you had when you achieved something in your life in the past. Then take 15 to 30 seconds to “be” in that feeling. You know you’re in the feeling because you’ll get some kind of cue, release, or “click.” For me, it’s the loosening of the knot in my stomach and the feeling of energy going through the top of my head and down through the center of my body. Richard describes goosebumps and tingling on the scalp.

At any point during the gap between the expression of the desire and its manifestation, you feel doubt creeping in, simply do the “It’s Done” process at that very moment. Don’t put it off for later, deal with it now. There is no need to visualize what you want at that moment, simply work with the FEELING, moving from worry to “it’s over”. The first signs that this is working is that you feel better. It sure brought more joy to my life!

We came here for the joy of bringing ideas and desires into manifestation in this physical environment. “It’s done” will help you enjoy the process!

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