When it comes to consciously manifesting; meaning, if you are in a state (of consciousness) that you no longer want to be in, change it. You change it by first having the desire to be other than what you are. So, say for instance you are currently concerned about bills that need to be paid. If you remain in the state, then you will continue to suffer the consequences of that state; always being concerned about bills. If you desire to be able to pay your bills without worry, then you will need to occupy that state. So, if you always had money in your bank account then your focus would be on the concern of paying bills. Where would your focus go? Perhaps you would make travel plans with ease, go shopping knowing that you can afford all that you need and anything that you want. That is where your focus should go.
Train your focus when manifesting. So oftentimes, when we desire something, we inadvertently focus on the lack of it. So, you have to become more aware of where your focus is really at. Why? Because what we focus on grows. The thing is though when you learn to train your focus and actually occupy a new state, it is important to do it with the least amount of effort. Manifesting is really easy but when you take your focus away from something, it begins to fade. Imagine being able to get into the state of feeling natural about always having money in the bank. If you actually do that with very little effort until it becomes natural, then you will always have money in the bank. There will come a point when you don’t even think about it. You’ll just know that you always have money in the bank. It becomes a new belief. I know because I’ve done it.
There are techniques you use to get you into a new state of consciousness (scripting, affirmations, visualization, etc.) and I have worksheets available on my resource page if you are interested. Do what works for you though. Throughout the day, if you think about not having money to pay bills, just redirect your thought to “I always have money in the bank” or a phrase that resonates with you. Persist though (with the least amount of effort) until you always have money in the bank. If it ever feels stressful, take a break but then get back to it. Eventually, if old thoughts pop up, you’ll automatically dismiss them and replace them with new ones. It really just becomes a natural process. You can do this with anything (health, relationships, occupation, etc.) because absolutely everything is a state, and you move through many of them throughout the day. You’ll find in time that you will be able to determine which is your most natural state because it is the one you return to most often.
Train your focus and be mindful of what you are actually focused on. It might take some practice but again, be persistent. Don’t give up until you fully occupy your desired state. After a while, you realize how easy it is.