Manifesting Through Envy
I had a client who was a fairly successful realtor. She wanted to manifest a new house but couldn’t seem to get approved for the home she wanted. She spent her days showing clients homes she wanted for herself. She found herself envying her clients and sometimes feeling jealous of them. Why should they have this house and not her? What was she doing wrong and what were they doing right? She became bitter and her sales slowly sank. I told her to practice gratitude for what she did have, to practice anonymous acts of kindness and to tithe each week to a person who uplifted her soul. I told her that every time she saw someone achieving something she wanted, she was to say over and over in her head, “Good for them and good for me. If they can do it, so can I.” After three weeks of putting these practices to use, her sales began to climb again. Nine weeks later, she was approved for a loan on her dream house.
Experiencing envy and sometimes jealously is perfectly normal. But we need to try and move beyond that emotion and affirm that good things are available to us as well. When you see a friend getting ahead in life, be genuinely happy for him because this success is your divine right too. The quicker you learn that, the sooner you’ll manifest your dreams.