Practice When it’s Easy

by Jo-Ann Downey

in Manifesting

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Do you want to manifest something in your life and need a jump-start? Do you want to set yourself up for success? Practice When it’s Easy and build from there.

Why Practice When it’s Easy?

The reason to Practice When it’s Easy is because you want to experience success.  When you achieve a desired goal you feel energized, empowered and confident; this positive energy fuels your continued success.  You define what success is for you and try to feel, to experience, success as often as you can.

“Success breeds success.”  Mia Hamm

Set Yourself up for Success

Proactively do your best to create favorable conditions to practice and succeed.  It’s easier for you to succeed if you develop or maximize as many of the following success factors as you can:

– Support system (friends, family, associates, mentors)
– Positive environment
– Commitment & accountability
– Willingness & a positive attitude
– Fun!
– Openness & a process to receive feedback
– Flexibility
– Patience
– Time for repetition & integration

Refer to “2 Essential Guidelines to Create a New Habit” for more information about the importance of repetition and how to set goals.

Practice Works with Feelings too

If you want to manifest certain feelings in your life, you can also Practice When it’s Easy.  Let’s say you want to feel more compassion towards others.  The next time you see a beloved friend or family member, be aware of the compassion you already have for them.  Stay with that feeling for as long as you can.

If you have a favorite pet, you can practice feeling compassion for your pet. You may want to look at a photograph that brings forward feelings of compassion within you. Be creative and do what works for you.

If you Practice When it’s Easy, when you want to bring forward compassion in more difficult situations you’ll have practice, experience and success to assist you. Very Smart Girls Practice When it’s Easy.

Give it a whirl, and go easy on yourself. What is easy today may not be easy tomorrow.

photo credit: rimantux

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