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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Action Thursday - 3 Steps to Coming out of your Mental Comfort Zone to Manifest your Desires

When dealing with comfort zones, of the three levels - physical, spiritual and mental, I believe that the mental comfort zone is the most important because it greatly influences the other two. The mental comfort zone can inhibit or allow progress on both the spiritual and physical levels. 

We stay in our physical comfort zones because of the way we're thinking. We also remain in our spiritual comfort zones because of the way we're thinking. When we deal with how we're thinking, our perspective on things and life, all other areas fall into place. 

It is because of the way you view your current situation, either from fear or from progress that you physically stay or leave. You're thinking that if I leave what would be the outcome? Uncertainty in your thoughts hinders you from taking the first step forward. 

Same thing with your spiritual comfort zone. What if I opened my mind to look at another perspective? Perhaps what if what I've been taught could be flawed or there may be other ways to look at what I've come to accept as truth? Then your life could head in a positive direction. 

Or you can decide to be so rigid in your belief because of the fear that what if what you believed all your life becomes questionable, then what? 

Here are 3 steps you can use to change your life and manifest your desires by coming out of your mental comfort zone:

1) Be open

When you are open to set aside your current way of thinking so you can embrace the new or embrace that which is truth, then you are setting the stage to coming out of your mental comfort zone. 

2) Ask questions

You may ask, "Is there another way I could look at my situation?" For example, you may have been trained to believe that you have to work a full-time job in order to make ends meet or work both a full-time job and a part-time job in order to get the income you need. But if you were to ask the question, "Is there another way to look at meeting my needs? Then you are making the mental adjustment, coming out of your comfort zone to embrace change. 

By the way, I've been there years ago, going from working a full-time and a part-time job while being pregnant and studying at the same time to working a part-time job making more money than both jobs put together. That's what happens when you are open and ask for another viewpoint. You get answers you may never have taught possible. 

3) Mental willingness

You know, you could get an answer to your problem, but if you are mentally unwilling to accept the answer and take the necessary action steps to implement it you'll be stuck where you are. Sometimes, it's not that we don't get the answer; it's that we are unwilling in our minds to do what we're inspired mainly to because of fear.

Look at your mental comfort zone now and examine what you need to let go of, what you need to change, what adjustments you need to make that will help you to move forward so you can begin to manifest your desires.


  1. Hi Alicia...I hope your day is good today. I will definitely keep an eye on my mental comfort zone and see where thinking can be changed. Susan

  2. I am having a good day Susan. Thanks. Same to you as well.


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