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by Justine Crowley (follow)
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Be Do Have. A winning formula.

We all want certain things in life. Whether it is a bigger and better house; a new car; to get married; a business of our own, and/or to get out of debt. Fantastic. These desires are generally the driving forces that compel us all to act towards something worthwhile, noble and important.

In saying this, the manifestation of such desires is generally back to front for the majority; if not for nearly all of us. For example, many people say "As soon as I get out of debt, then I'll be happy."

Another classic example: "As soon as I have that bigger and better house, then I'll take good care of it."

The above examples are (perfect) examples of the Have-Do-Be sequence. This is not how manifesting works.

The hard work is always in the being. So often many young people (yours truly initially fell into this trap, and thankfully not anymore) want a quick buck and quick elevators to success. They don't exist. Everything takes a bit of time, depending on how much you're in alignment with what it is you're wanting to achieve. This comes through "being."

After all, we are human beings and not human doings.

In terms of manifesting the new car and/or the new house; you must be the person that wants that. With a new car and a new, bigger house - you'd naturally clean and maintain such assets to a high quality standard on a regular basis wouldn't you?

I had a coaching client (when I was a therapist) who was complaining of her 'bomb' of a car. I asked her whether or not she actually took good care of this car at the time. Her reply: "of course not, it is a bomb." Therefore, she was not being that person who wanted to trade in her bomb for a new desired car. Again, Have-Do-Be. If I Have that car, then I will Do the things necessary in Being the owner of that new car - as opposed to this bomb.

In her example; this is how the Be-Do-Have should work:

Be: An owner of a luxury new car, and get yourself into that desire. Take it for a test drive if you have to, and then you're inspired to take the next step.
Do: Take care of what you already have, as if that your new and better desire with that experience is already yours. Treat that bomb as if its luxury.
Have: That shiny new car you desire.

Another scenario: Wanting to get out of debt.

Be: Prosperous. Get yourself into the desire to have more abundance in your life. Make it a priority. If you need help with this, refer to the following articles:

Identifying Your Top Priorities: Part 1
Identifying Your Top Priorities: Part 2
Changing Your Top Priorities

Self Avenue also has some fantastic printable worksheets to help you with the above:

Part 1 Printable
Part 2 Printable

If you need some help in changing your beliefs around money; these articles will be of assistance in helping you be the person that wants to get out of debt, before it can happen:

Eliminating Poverty Consciousness - The Basics: Part 1
Eliminating Poverty Consciousness - The Basics: Part 2
Eliminating Poverty Consciousness - The Basics: Part 3

Do: Do whatever it takes. Save more. Add more value and be of service to others. You know within yourself the solution once you're 'being' that person that wants to get out of debt.

Have: Prosperity. Congratulations, you're then debt free.

Hope you get the idea of how this sequence of perfect manifestation goes. With this sequence, you're going with (as opposed to against) the flow of life.

# Life
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# Gratitude
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