Okay, this is the biggie!
This is where YOU get to decide your future..
But here’s the rules….
You gotta follow these or else it just doesn’t work.
- The thing you want to manifest needs to feel believable.
- On a scale of 1-10 (with 1 being easy peasy and 10 being impossible) It really needs to be between 1-5!
- You need to be able to create a movie like picture in your head of when and how this moment happens.
- To your subconscious it needs to feel like a memory.
- Remember our exercise in the last 3 emails – it needs to feel like that.
Rule No. 3
- No bad mojo.
- Anything you wish to achieve needs to be for the higher good of you and all those around you.
OK! Got that? Great!
Now let’s start designing your destiny…
This is called your ‘Metastory’.
Now close your eyes….. (actually finish reading this first – then close your eyes..)
You have the goal you wish to achieve in your head. Maybe it’s to make $5,000 in 6 weeks.
I want you to picture a scenario/story around that for the moment in the future when you actually achieve that goal…
A movie in your mind, like we had with your past memory.
- Where are you?
- What’s happening around you?
- What can you feel, hear, see?
- What emotions can you feel when you learn you have reached your goal?
- What do you do / how do you react in that moment?
Really bring it to life so you can play it back as a movie in your head.
Now write it down.
Not too long… just a few paragraphs. But really capture that moment!
To help you get a feel for what your metastory should be like, I thought I would give you my very first effort at writing one!
But first, let me give you a bit of a backstory that led up to this point.
The thing to know about me is that I’ve always been a bit intuitive.
I’ve always felt there was just so much more to the world / universe etc than what we can see!
I’ve always been fascinated by the unexplained and have always had a sense of connection to – I don’t know – just something more I guess!
Do you know what I mean?
Anyway, I digress a bit… back to the story…
So going back over the last 10 years, hubster and I have had numerous issues with unemployment and just driving up a massive debt.
In July ‘15, I was gainfully employed and Simon, (aka Super-Hubs – he does the ironing – nuff said!) was running his own biz.
I didn’t hate my job, I just didn’t love it.
On this particular day I was sat at my desk, and the feeling I got was hard to describe….
Basically, it told me I was safe to quit my job.
I emailed Simon and said, I’m going to give my resignation today – are you Ok with that?
To which he replied – ‘do it!’ (see – ‘super-hubs’)
So I did. I quickly typed out my letter of resignation and handed it in!
What a great day that was! Wooooohoooooo!
Everybody was asking – what are you going to be doing?
Honest answer at that point – I don’t know! I just knew it would be fine!
(And I was right a few weeks later, hubby’s biz got very busy!!)
About 2 weeks after I quit I discovered internet marketing – I loved it. So cool!
I could be creative and sell stuff! Awesome!
“Right! This is a piece of cake.” I thought to myself. “I’ll be a millionaire in no time!”
(Note the slight over optimism)
So fast forward 9 months… I had managed to add about $14,000 to our debt, and made very little in return.
It was overwhelming, frustrating and I struggled!
While not prepared to give up on it all together – as I truly believed these skills would give me the freedom I wanted – I was coming to the dire realisation I would have to return to work.
(By the way, I was right to believe that Internet marketing skills would give me the freedom I wanted – more on that later)
Around that time was when my friend recommended the book I told you about ‘How to make money for anything fast.’
And this was where I learned the process I am teaching you (I’m only hoping my teachings are less confusing than the book’s 🙂 )
So around mid March ‘16 – I wrote my first metastory.
I had set myself a goal to make $5,000 by the end of April (which was about 6 weeks out from when I wrote it).
The story went like this:
“It is a sunny afternoon, at the end of April.
I am sat on the deck in my garden.
I can feel the sun on my face, and there’s a light breeze.
I’m feeling good, really relaxed and happy on such a beautiful day. I’m feeling great because i already have made $4,000 in commission this month.
I have a sip of the Gin and Tonic I have in my hand, and ‘ping’….
I receive and email. I pull out my phone to see what it is.
It reads ‘Congratulations, you have got a commission!’
I open it up to see I have made another commission making a total of $5,000.
I’m so delighted and excited – I tell my husband and we hug, both filled with joy.”
‘Please make this happen for highest good for me and everyone involved’
(That little caveat should be added to the end of all your metastories – good mojo 🙂 )
See how simple it was?
There was enough to help you picture the situation in your head and play a little movie as you read it.
Maybe you could even taste the Gin 😉
OK so back to you.
Hopefully, you have an idea for your first draft of your metastory.
Write it down and read it through.
- Can you simplify it at all?
- Are you feeling any resistance in your body when you read it – that may indicate a block?
- If so remove it, or re-write it.
- Is your goal believable? If not can you modify it so that it is. (E.G. If $5,ooo feels too much – then reduce it so that you don’t feel any resistance to the amount)
- Remember that once you have achieved that goal, you can repeat this process and increase the value for next time as you find it works.
- Make sure you add this sentence to the end of your story: “Please make this happen for the highest good of me and everyone involved”
Now that you have your metastory and you have adjusted it to go around any blocks or resistance, we need to bring in and anchor to it some great emotions.
This is where we need to revisit the exercise we did in part 3 – where we have your perfect memory.
Hold that memory for a moment and anchor that feeling into your metastory – your new future memory.
The magic happens because your subconscious does not know the difference between a past memory or one that hasn’t happened yet created by our imagination.
Just play your metastory one more time in your mind with the emotion and joy from your perfect memory.
Now you are ready to go onto the next phase.
‘Programming your subconscious’
In the next post I will be telling you how we embed your metastory into your subconscious.
It’s not as painful as it sounds – I promise!