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3 Ways to Manifest 

What You Want Now


Do you believe you can manifest something just by “thinking it”?  Personally, I’d like a scientific reason. Sometimes, there just isn’t an explanation.  How would you explain that my sister and I think about each other at the same time and one of us calls.  Sometimes I think about a customer I haven’t heard from in 6 years, and they send me an email.  Of course, it’s my opinion that there IS a scientific explanation, we just don’t know it yet.  Whether there is or isn’t, there are patterns that tell us how to make it work for us. Once we open ourselves up to an idea, a goal, a reward, we think about it too.  We may look for it, see it in small things and/or just trip over it and notice it.

There are 3 things that have to take place when manifesting….or making what you want happen.  First you must decide you want it – badly.  Then, you must believe you can get it.  Finally, you must take action.  Oh my gosh, that sounds an awful lot like our goal setting routine.

The only way I can distinguish what happened because of the precise actions I took – is to look at what I have control.  However, when you give up the idea of controlling the outcome, that pretty much eliminates all of it.

Gabby Bernstein says that you need to vibrate on a high and positive energy level to manifest good things.  The basic concept is true, we often attract people who are like us.  If we are good and kind and energetic, we also have more of a tendency to see those things in other people.

If we look back on our lives, I think we’ll all think of times when we manifested.  I’m not sure if everything that came to be, would have without the 3 steps below.  I don’t think so.  You can use manifesting tools, like visualization or vision boards or journaling.  Imagine, if we took the time to journal and plant things in our thoughts, how much more would come into our lives.

Below is an example of the steps I took to manifest something.

1.  Decide what you want, what you really, really want.

I wanted more time. Specifically, I wanted more time with my family. 6 years ago, my business demanded that I operate it as brick and mortar and in one location, because, that’s where my customers were.  My family members kept moving further and further away. Visiting children and grandchildren across the ocean and in another country requires some serious time.  I really, really wanted to have the freedom to leave the country for extended periods of time.  No matter how much research and different attempts to turn my business global – it wouldn’t work.

After getting sick and needing to change my lifestyle, I attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition to learn more.  There I met a lot of health coaches who needed help to get customers.

2.  Believe.

I believed 2 things – that I should spend more time with my family and that there was a way.

When I met all those health coaches, I knew I could help them find customers.  I knew I could fill in the missing spots for them and I knew that it would be rewarding for me, the health coaches and the 1000’s and 1000’s of people in the world who need health coaches to improve their quality of life.

3.  Take Action.


So, I took massive action.  Not just little action – big.  I invested in courses to learn how to do business online.  I invested time, tons of time to develop the business.I worked two full time money making businesses for 2 years.

Without action, maybe not always massive action, but some action, manifestation doesn’t happen.  At the very least, you must accept what has come from your desires and beliefs.

The question is, if I hadn’t gotten sick and gone to New York and met the 1000’s of out of work health coaches, would I have started a business that would allow me to work from anyplace in the world, or would I have continued on, just wishing.  It’s hard to say and anyone who answers that would only be guessing.



Cathy Sykora

Founder, The Health Coach Group

Cathy helps health coaches build and maintain successful businesses that improve the lives of others.

Almost Anything

What if you don’t get it?


The truth is, if we could manifest anything at all, what would it mean?  We don’t always get what we want.  Is it because we didn’t want it bad enough?  Did we really not believe we could have it?  OR, did we not put the work into it that needed to be done?


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  1. Rika

    There is a scientific explanation for manifestation. Check out books by Dr. Joe Dispenza where he delves into the fields of quantum physics and neurology to explain the processes behind manifestation.

  2. Lynne

    Very insightful and motivational, thanks. It is hard when you are bogged down and “stuck” to remember these keys.

  3. Marian

    I am all about manifesting those things we want badly enough. I’ve always believed that you have to make room for the things you want in life. I want my family to visit, so I know I need a home that can accommodate them and they feel welcome to visit. I want to be a mom that is there for my kids. First I become an interpreter, now I”m growing my business as a health coach. My coaching is slowly reducing my hours interpreting. This means I have more flexibility and can be there for my kids. It’s totally true and I appreciate all the help you give to help me continue to make a lasting impact on the world, including my own at home.

  4. Bettina

    I love it, Cathy. Thank you for sharing, it’s a huge inspiration for those of us who are not quite there yet or just starting out!

  5. Madhavi

    Very motivational and perfectly explained. thanks for sharing


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