Happy New Year and if you are like me, chances are you have a list of goals, desires or intentions (hopefully written down on paper and shared with an accountability partner).
One of the lesser known manifestation tools is called “Acts of Faith.”
This is something you do when you are so trusting that your desire will be fulfilled, that you acquire something that you would want or need if the desire arrived right now.
Or, a smaller but more comfortable, Act of Faith would be to buy your wedding cake topper and place it on your love altar. This way every time you see this wedding cake topper it affirms your belief that your wedding day is on the way. (the one pictured here is $18 on Amazon)
I have just written my first novel and am now in the process of finding the perfect publisher. My Act of Faith is to celebrate when the contract is signed and take a tropical beach vacation with some of the advance money I make. Once I figure out where I most want to go, I will be making reservations in anticipation of all of this coming to fruition.
Another one of my big intentions for this year is to turn my new novel into a movie. My Act of Faith is to learn how to make a movie so I joined Masterclass.com (the annual cost is $180) and I am now in the middle of my first online video course with director Mira Nair (who I also hope will end up directing my film)!
An Act of Faith doesn’t need to cost much but it does need to inspire you to “live as if” and to trust that what you’ve asked for is already yours.
Email me at email@example.com and tell me your intention and act of faith, and I will share some in an upcoming blog.
Wishing you love, laughter and magical kisses,