Manifesting a house this past year was crazy fun, exciting, at times daunting, and just overall an incredible experience. In today's post I want to share how to manifest a house and specifically what it was I did mindset wise that I believe brought about the perfect home for me.
Manifesting a new home
This has been a year in the making. It was the scariest leap I've ever made; we moved across the country, about 2,000+ miles from where we were living. I moved away from pretty much everything I know to go somewhere new and exciting.
The reason I think it finally happened was because I finally believed and expected that it would.
This is not a blog post on how I manifested a mansion in Beverly Hills with ten cars in my garage. This is about how I used the law of attraction to manifest the home that checks off my personal desired boxes for a living space.
A place where I can feel the magic and know that the universe met me more than halfway to bring me here, because I couldn't have come close to doing this on my own.
Manifesting a house 101
Manifesting a home will require the same steps you use to manifest anything: clarity, positive expectation, and trust. It really is that easy when you get down to the foundation.
Reflecting on my recent experience of manifesting a house for the first time, here are my tips and suggestions.
1. Get clear on what you want
The very first thing you need is clarity. I can't tell you how many sheets I wrote over the past year where I clarified over and over again what I wanted.
Sometimes I wrote the way my current home made me feel–trapped, confined, out of place, exposed. Then I'd write the way I wanted to feel in my next home. I did this many times because each time I got more refined and exact about what I wanted.
For me, I chose to be more specific about how this home would make me feel rather than how the house had to look. I tend to trip myself up when I get super exact about how something will look or an exact money figure, for example. When I focus on the feeling, I can much more easily manifest what's on my heart.
Here's what I had written on a piece of paper that I found just the other day while I was unpacking.
Home: Cozy. Front porch. Fire place. Big yard. Big trees. Safe. Quiet. Private. Beautiful. Relaxing. Country.
What's crazy is that I don't even remember writing big trees and that's literally what I have all around my house now. I call it my house in the trees because I'm surrounded by them. Extra exciting for me coming from the desert!
2. Believe & expect good things
Believe that it can happen for you, and even if you don't know how or when, expect that it is already done and that the forces that be are bringing you closer to your home every day.
Things unfold perfectly for us, and I can see that when I reflect on how the experience was for me. I personally needed a year to clarify, let go, process and dream.
I'm not saying you need a year to manifest a house, but I'm saying to try to enjoy the unfolding and appreciate what it's teaching you.
There's a quote that says "hold the vision, trust the process." I think that quote is a perfect thing to remember when it comes to manifesting a house. You really do need to hold your vision, and trust that the home will manifest into your experience at the perfect time.
That dream house you put an offer in for and didn't receive? That wasn't really your dream home. Trust the way things unfold and remind yourself that it's all working in your favor. If you don't get a house you wanted, consider that it might've had something wrong with it that you wouldn't have discovered until you moved in. Trust the universe.
3. Don't worry about opposing thoughts
I worried and fretted all...year...LONG. Oh lord, it was exhausting being me and my little ego these last 12 months.
I doubted, pictured worst case scenarios, thought I was insane for even doing this, worried if I'd regret moving. I even asked for reassurance from the universe practically on a daily basis.
And guess what...it still manifested.
This experience has taught me that if you have even one ounce of faith...that ounce of positive faith will trump all the negative.
I still maintain that all you need to do in order to manifest a beautiful life is to visualize your ideal life every night for a few minutes, followed by thinking of ten things you're truly grateful for. I will admit that I did much more visualizing that practicing gratitude this past year, but like I said, it still worked out.
So many days I would just put on my headphones and imagine what my life would look like in a year. I pictured a porch, trees, rain, seasons, saw my kids running barefoot and riding their wagon down a hill.
I'm a firm believer now that what little positive energy you put towards your vision is much more powerful than any negative energy you create.
4. Stay connected to your inner self
When you're connected to your inner resources, you are much more stable, calm, and in the seat of your power. You're able to not get so wrapped up in the stressful details of home buying.
Check in with yourself, meditate, go for quiet walks and take deep breaths. These things re-center and soothe you back into alignment with your inner self. Imagine a chill(ish) home buying experience! It's possible when we take the time to go within and connect.
When you're connected, even if it's only once a day, your point of attraction is stronger and your stress lowered. Which makes all of it much more fun and exciting.
So to recap: get clear on what your dream home would feel like, believe and expect things to work out for you, don't sweat all your crazy thoughts, and stay connected. Happy manifesting!
Thank you for reading, I hope you enjoyed this article and found something to take away with you.
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Jessica Dimas is the author of Anything Can Be: A Reference Guide for Applying the Law of Attraction.