How to get into the right alignment to start manifesting the life you truly want

This week, I would like to share with you some of my favourite ways to get into alignment with the powerful energies of the Universe and start manifesting the life you truly want. I believe those of you who are into manifesting can really understand that being on a positive frequency is the number one key how you can successfully call in what you desire. It’s about feeling good. Once you feel good, manifesting becomes easy and fun because you realise the strength of your being. You are the creator of your own reality.

But how about when we are not feeling so good, when we are feeling upset, angry and out of alignment? How do you shift your vibration from these low frequencies? How do you change already a bad day to a good one?

Lately, I’ve been noticing how I easily get triggered by other people. From careless drives on the roads to random strangers walking on a high street unintentionally trying to irritate me by being uncoordinated and always in my way. I’ve noticed how low my energy gets when these situations strike. I’ve realised how this sometimes affects even my entire day.

So, after feeling quite edgy in the last couple of months due to several reasons, I’ve decided to approach these occurrences differently. I’ve stopped giving them too much attention and my precious energy. I try not to dwell on the unimportant too much. After all, it has consequences and if I can avoid them I will. I don’t want to feel down, uneasy and angry with the world.

I believe we can all start shifting our vibrational frequency and start manifesting our dream life instead of being a victim of it, just by making some small adjustments. Listed below are some of my suggestions:

A) The talk

Some people may say that positive self-talk is a cliché, but I don’t. It changes my mood almost instantly. It may not work for everyone, but in my case works like magic. It is often by repetition, we can get into better alignment with some positive energies and this will lead to more positive experiences. Talk yourself out of the bad mood.

B) Movement

To keep the vibes high, I highly recommend moving your body. Walking in nature, doing yoga, going to the gym…whatever works for you. I know going to the gym isn’t for everyone, myself included, but any form of physical activity can do the trick. Know yourself and most importantly move your body every day in some way.

C) Inspiration + Fun

I try to read something inspiring every single day (especially when I feel down), even if it’s just a couple of sentences. This is not to delude, as some people may say, but it is to inspire myself. I care deeply about my wellbeing and I know myself enough and what works for me. Another suggestion could be listening to an inspiring podcast or watching a funny video that can bring you right up from the self-pity or upset to a good mood.

D) De-cluttering

What can you let go of? Is it throwing something out, donating it to a charity, or letting go of an old habit? Think about it and make a decision to discard whatever is no longer serving you or holding you back today.

E) Music

Music is an amazing healer. When I want to raise my vibrational frequency and get into alignment with the positive energies, I put on the headphones and listen to the music that brings joy to my soul. My personal favourites are Alex Adair- Make me feel better and Matt Simons- Catch & Release.

Jana Prackova

Jana Prackova is the founder of Mystic Butterfly® ~guide to your true self, writer, traveller and a spiritual life coach. She loves inspiring people and her mission is teaching others how to reach their true potential by connecting with their spiritual side. In her spare time, she flies aeroplanes, writes music and loves exploring the mysteries of the Universe. Jana has been featured in the LOOP flying magazine and The Flight School Times and inspired many aspiring pilots worldwide to follow their dreams. She is the author of Mystic Butterfly ~a guide to your true self, which came out on the 18th January 2019.

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