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What happens when you begin manifesting so rapidly that you can barely keep up with all miracles that are happening in your life?

Some people start to fail on purpose.  Some people go crazy.  Some people become depressed or disillusioned.  Some people become addicted to something; money, power, drugs, sex.

A very small percentage of people are actually equipped to handle everything that comes with instant manifestation or legendary success.  They’re the people you read about in history books or newspapers; Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, Richard Branson.

Take the average lottery winner—most will be broke within a year, compared to the millions of high school dropouts who become insanely wealthy.  Most people don’t understand money or how it works and so struggle their entire lives just to get by.

When…and if…you finally learn to manifest well, you’ll begin to notice a significant increase in the speed with which you’re able to go from thinking of something to actually living the imagined goal.  That inertia has the potential to carry you through tough times and even flow right down to many generations of family who follow in your footsteps.  In fact, that’s the real secret.  Once you start the flow in your direction, it’s easy to keep it going and pass it on.

How do I keep focused and not become distracted or frightened by rapid manifestation?

Remember this phrase: “Go as far as you can see, and when you get there, you’ll see further.”

Humans are built for expansion.  It’s the way we and the universe are wired.  Any action—or thought—against this natural law can only end in destruction.  That destruction clears the way for some other expansion.  Take a deep breath, smile and enjoy the ride that rapid manifestation affords.  Just be sure you’re manifesting things you enjoy.

WWN Staff