Saturday, April 10, 2010

The Mathematics of Manifestation

Whatever you hold in your thoughts and mix with emotion will manifest itself into your life, guaranteed. Hold a thought in your mind and feel the emotion in your heart and it is on its way.

Then why do so many people have trouble attracting what they want into their lives?

The answer is very simple. They are not holding their thoughts on what they want long enough to bring their desires into reality. They let the cares and troubles of the day take over. It’s really not surprising the majority are terrible at manifesting what they want.

You have over 50,000 thoughts a day, a jumbled mess of unwanted and unnecessary thoughts. There are 86,400 seconds in a day. This means the average person has a different thought every 1.728 seconds.

86,400 seconds/day ÷ 50,000 thoughts/day = 1.728 thoughts/second

What percentage of your 50,000 thoughts are focused on attracting what you want to manifest in your life? Is it fifty percent (hardly), ten percent (doubtful), one percent (maybe)?

If we focused just one percent of our 50,000 thoughts on what we wanted to manifest that would be equal to 500 thoughts.

Do you focus 500 of your 50,000 thoughts daily on what you want? Most don’t even come close.

How much time would be involved for you to use 500 of your 50,000 thoughts to manifest what you want?

If the average thought lasts 1.728 seconds then 500 thoughts would last 864 seconds or 14.4 minutes.

500 thoughts x 1.728 seconds = 864 seconds

864 seconds ÷ 60 seconds / minute = 14.4 minutes

If you can focus just one percent of your thoughts daily on what you want to manifest in your life you will see it make its appearance. If you can focus your thoughts for just 14.4 minutes daily on what you want to manifest you will see it make its appearance.

Here we are talking pure 100% concentration. We do not mean sitting down to meditate for 14.4 minutes and having your mind wander and drift through the other 49,500 thoughts. Can you give 100% attention and focus to your desire for 14.4 minutes.

In one sitting most people can’t. Their minds aren’t able to stay focused for that long of a period. Most minds will start to wander and drift even before a minute has elapsed. So what can you do?

Can you give full attention and concentration to what you want to manifest for just 30 seconds? That is definitely a lot easier.

Now what if we break up the 14.4 minutes a day we need to focus on what we want to manifest into 30 second increments. That would mean we need to find 29 (its actually 28.8 but let’s round it for simplicity) times during the course of our day where we can focus for just thirty seconds on that which we want to appear in our lives.

14.4 minutes x 60 seconds / minute = 864 seconds

864 seconds ÷ 30 seconds = 28.8 times a day

What if you could concentrate a minute at a time instead of 30 seconds? How many times a day would you have to spend concentrating on your desires?

864 seconds ÷ 60 seconds (1 minute) = 14.4 times a day

What if you could go a full 2 minutes?

864 seconds ÷ 120 seconds (2 minutes) = 7.2 times a day

We guarantee if you spend just 14.4 minutes a day replacing just 500 of your useless 50,000 thoughts you will begin to see everything you want manifesting into your life.

Do you want to see your dreams manifest faster? Then just spend more time replacing more of your 50,000 thoughts. You can concentrate for fewer seconds more times daily or more seconds fewer times daily. As we have shown it is the same either way. It is up to you.

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  1. I'd like to offer a distinction... No one is terrible at manifesting. We are all quite good at it. Many of us are terrible at manifesting what we really *want*. There's a difference :).

  2. I agree. I said "what they want" in the second paragraph but not the third. Thanks for pointing out the ommission. I changed the post to make sure that point isn't missed.

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