The simplest way to turn thoughts to things? The Sponsoring Thought.
What’s a Sponsoring Thought?
A Sponsoring Thought is described by Neale Donald Walsch, author of the Conversations With God series, as “a deep-seated initial idea that we already have what we are not now experiencing.”
Below I share with you my favorite example from my life of a Sponsoring Thought, and how it helped me turn thoughts to things (or, an experience that changed my life!).
How a Sponsoring Thought Can Turn Thoughts to Things
How it works:
1) Know what you want.
2) Figure out one thought that would absolutely make you equal to the desired outcome. You can call this one thought a Sponsoring Thought.
3) Play with the thought (thinking it over, writing it, saying it aloud, and letting it take root).
How I Turned Thoughts to Things (and Manifested My Soulmate)
Before I manifested the love of my life, I came to deeply believe I was the world’s best girlfriend (and this was when I had no boyfriend to speak of) and that whoever I ended up with would be the world’s luckiest man.
I was 18 when we met and we’re celebrating our 9th anniversary next month.
That Sponsoring Thought that said I’m the world’s best girlfriend is absolutely a HUGE reason why my soulmate showed up for me. By repeatedly playing with that idea, I made it feel real that I already had the kind of love I desired and deserved, and that paved the way for him to show up!
Other Examples of Sponsoring Thoughts to Help You Turn Thoughts to Things
If you wanted to make a lot of money, you could practice a Sponsoring Thought like, “Money finds me irresistible.”
If you wanted to travel the world, you could practice a Sponsoring Thought like, “I am a citizen of the world.”
If you want to get pregnant and be a mother, you could practice a Sponsoring Thought like, “I’m the best mom in the world.”
If you wanted to make the investment in LONG-HAUL MASTERY and turn it into amazing long-term manifestations, you might practice a Sponsoring Thought like “I’m a Long-Haul Master like Rosella and manifesting long-term good is so freaking easy.” 😉