Let go of old stories & get what you want

Today, I’d like to talk about one of my favourite topics: Creating our own reality. I strongly believe that our reality is a projection of our subconscious mind. When we believe something, and accept it fully, we begin to see the evidence of it around us. And yes, you may say straight back to me: Okay, Jana, so do you believe you create your own reality by your beliefs?’ Yes, I do, my friend! I fully believe that I am the creator of my reality, my own experiences, the story I keep writing. But I also believe, that on some level, we create our experiences, here on Earth, collectively (but more about that another time).

When we want to become a conscious creators of our reality, first, we need to discipline our minds. We need to start re-programming our minds from the old ways of thinking. For example, we need to shift from the fear and lack mentality, and start focusing on what we truly want. I understand that this upgrade may not be easy to do. It may take a lot of practice and dedication. But, if we want to see change, we need to decide that we are done with our present story (if we don’t like it), and start creating what we want to see consciously. We need to become dedicated, focused and start believing that we are truly worthy of what we want.

The way I started on this journey was by convincing myself that I am worthy of all the wonderful things I desire. And I’m still on that journey. Some things are easier to consciously create than others, and I still catch myself de-touring into stories of lack and fear sometimes, especially when I feel down. But when I do, I know, if I want to create something better for myself, I need to lift myself up to a new state of consciousness.

Shifting from our current state consciousness to our desired state of consciousness may not be easy. We need to be persistent and keep re-affirming what we truly want and stop replaying the old stories, which only keep us stuck in the same reality. It’s not a surprise how difficult it can be for so many people to start bringing change to their life. Many of us are carrying with us the same thoughts from yesterday to today, believing the same old stories and re-playing them in our minds like an old record. To bring in a positive change, we need to become aware of this and start creating consciously.

If you are ready to start creating the life you desire, try the following exercise:

For the next few days, start becoming more aware of the thoughts you are thinking and the feelings you have as a result of these thoughts. Don’t judge yourself, see if you can notice some repetitious patterns. You are doing this exercise to become aware how powerful your thoughts truly are and how they shape your reality. Once you become more aware of your thoughts and how they make you feel, see if you can replace these thoughts with more positive or at least neutral thoughts. That’s how we start bringing in positive change.

Look out for my post next Tuesday, where I delve into the creative process for manifesting what you want. I will share with you how to stay focused on the end result by staying persistent and dedicated to your desire.I will talk about how you can dwell in the energy of certainty and trust that what you want it’s on the way to you.

Jana Prackova

Jana Prackova is the founder of Mystic Butterfly® ~ a 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 and Aerin and a Troll children's book.

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