How Exercise Can Improve Your Manifesting Skills

Did you know that exercise can improve your manifesting skills?

Recently I joined a gym. It’s been a loooooong time since I’ve been at a gym. I’m more of a yoga person (no big surprise there I know), but lately I’ve interested been in switching things up.

Anyways, this new routine has got me thinking about how exercise can improve your manifesting skills.

Do you HAVE to exercise to be a good manifestor?

Now, first things first, this article in no way means that you HAVE to exercise in order to be a good deliberate manifestor. No way. You can be an expert manifestor with or without exercise, because you are capable of having your life however you choose it to be.

However, with that being said, it’s also important to work within your belief structures. Many of us have a belief that exercise positively benefits us, so for most of us, exercise will be beneficial. You get what you believe, after all.

Beyond that, though, is the mentality of exercise, and that’s what I want to discuss with you today.

The mentality of exercise

As you may already know, your mind is everything. It is what creates your reality. What you think, you become.

To create a “better” life, you have to be mentally strong. You have to be thinking positive thoughts. You have to believe that you are powerful.

This is why exercise can be such a wonderful activity for many of us who are interested in becoming better deliberate manifestors.

Why? Because when we exercise, we usually practice being strong, positive and tough!

Think about it. Imagine that you are at the gym lifting weights or out on a run and you are in the flow. What kinds of thoughts are you thinking?

I’ll tell you. You’re thinking thoughts like “I’m so strong!” “I’m proud of myself!” and “I’m powerful!”

This kind of mentality is excellent to practice on a regular basis. With the Law of Attraction, the more you think thoughts like these, the more they take a precedence in your life. Not only do you “positive talk” to yourself during your workouts, but these thoughts generate momentum in your resting life as well.

Positive self talk=better manifestation skills

Positive thinking is the key to successful manifestation, and anything you can do to amplify your positive self-talk will have profound effects on your ability to attract the things you are wanting.

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I believe this is probably why so many successful people swear by exercise. Not only does it exercise your body, but (MORE importantly) you exercise your positive mentality. The more you think you are powerful, strong and capable, the more you will find this is the case.

So, if you are new to workouts or just on an extended break, consider getting into the exercise game to enhance your manifesting skills. While most people might be out there sweating just to look good, you’ll understand there are a a truckload of other benefits out there to be had. 

XO, Andrea (Law of Attraction Educator)

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  • NV
    Posted September 7, 2016 2:53 pm 0Likes

    Hi Andrea, Great article.
    I am more of weight/cardio person but in order to switch things up, i enrolled myself into Hot Yoga recently and i am addicted to it. However when i do the postures, i tend to critisize myself infront of the mirror like, OMG i cannot do proper warrior 2 pose because my belly is bulging out or i am not doing the right way coz my thighs are too big etc but i will admire people in the class who have perfect body and they do all the poses effortlessly. In my mind i am thinking, when will i get to that stage or have that kind of body.
    Andrea, will i end up manifesting things that i dont want like my belly will be more bigger and i will never be able to perfect those postures?

  • Andrea Schulman
    Posted September 8, 2016 9:18 am 0Likes

    Ahh, good question NV.

    When we start comparing ourselves against others we can get ourselves into “vibrational trouble” can’t we? Here is my suggestion: when you are at yoga, take some time to look around the room for SIMILARITIES rather than DIFFERENCES between you and the other people there.

    For instance, if you see a good looking person, brainstorm as many commonalities that you can. Perhaps it’s as simple as “we’re both women and we both like yoga” or maybe you can go further “we both have good flexibility, we both like to wear purple, we both have nice hair, etc.”

    This will align you with more of a “we’re in this altogether” mentality, making you feel more like a part of the group rather than separate from it.

    Enjoy your yoga!

  • Colleen
    Posted September 8, 2016 7:35 pm 0Likes

    I really like this idea Andrea. I never thought of exercise in that way because I’ve been thinking it’s all about looking good and when you’re 55 you realize you’re never gonna “look good” again. I know, but you know what I mean, never going to be seen as youthful anymore. And I gave up. I know they tell you about the health benefits too but I know health is more from a healthful state of mind anyway. So I like the idea of using exercise to feel strong, and getting those positive vibes from feeling strong and capable. Thank you!

  • Andrea Schulman
    Posted September 9, 2016 8:44 am 0Likes

    Glad you liked the article Colleen! Enjoy breaking a sweat:) XO

  • Bobby
    Posted September 11, 2016 7:40 pm 0Likes

    As an avid runner I believe this is an amazing tip and some of the greatest conversations I’ve had with myself were always due to a great workout. I also completed a half marathon by visualizing. I really had no idea how I was going to do it — I wasn’t keeping up with the training program like I had intended to — I just believed I could more than anything.

    I’ve always heard working out was beneficial mentally, and physically … I will remain more open minded about how it can also work spiritually. Thank you!

  • Andrea Schulman
    Posted September 12, 2016 8:55 am 0Likes

    I didn’t know you were a runner Bobby- I used to run track and cross country and do street races back when I was younger. Runners’ highs are the best LOL!

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