Conscious Co-Creating: My BIGGEST Accomplishments & Manifestations – Manifesting Love & Abundance

Hello souls, welcome back!

My vision is to help others discover the path to personal freedom through sharing ancient wisdom, knowledge, and spiritual practices to enhance their everyday lives, bringing them into deeper alignment with themselves so they can live abundant, fulfilling lives in harmony with nature.

This is my first video of 2022. I had taken a break from creating content since the end of last year for all good reasons – which I’ll tell you about in a moment, but for the most part, I wanted to clear on the direction I was heading in and I knew this would reflect in the material I create and when and how I deliver it.

I am back – or shall we say, I am here because we never move backwards only forwards.

So in today’s video, because it’s the first video of 2022 on my channel and the start of many more to come, I thought I’d begin with a personal video reflecting on my life so far, telling you about some of the things I have achieved in my life and what I have manifested over the past few years.

The reason for this is because I get told often by others that something I’ve done has inspired them or motivated them and this made me think about the people I find inspiring, or who motivate me, people I admire and why.

What is it about them that inspires me? It’s because they’re relatable, and when you’re listening to an ordinary person tell you about their wins and successes in life, their rags to riches story or celebrating their wins no matter how big or small, it’s inspiring because we can see where they came from and how they got there. We become invested in their journey because it echoes our own and mirrors the qualities we perhaps possess but aren’t yet aware of.

They represent something within us that we might not know what to do with. We all know what we’re like when no one is watching us, we all have our bad days, but I think the relatable people are the ones who aren’t ashamed of that because they’re human and they embrace it.

Perfect is a prison sentence.

Normal is fake.

Weird is the way forward.

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We’re not perfect, who wants to be perfect? Perfect is a prison sentence. Normal is also fake, normal is “I’m pretending I don’t have a personality.” Weird is not only wonderful, authentic, and your unique soul-self shining through, it’s the way forward. 

Before we dive in, let’s all take a moment collectively to close our eyes, breathe in deeply to our core, hold it for three, exhale, and say, “I am a badass.”

At the end of this video I’m going to invite you to list all of your achievements, all your successes, your wins – no matter how big or small, if you got out of bed this morning when you didn’t feel like it, that’s a win, my friend list it. Then I want you to list your goals for the next two years: who do you see yourself being? Where do you see yourself living? What do you spend your time doing? What is your main source of income? Be specific but not limited.

You’re not the CEO of the Universe you are a co-creator you work in harmony with it, it’s a 50/50 deal. That means in order for you to have a successful partnership you have to be doing 50% of the work. Set yourself a time frame.

I recently took a look through an old life planner of mine from 2018 – so that was four years ago now. Inside, I had a list of life goals and achievements which I gave myself a time frame in which to accomplish them. 

You’re not the CEO of the Universe you are a co-creator you work in harmony with it, it’s a 50/50 deal.

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Passing My Driving Test

One of the things on that list was once something I said I’d never be able to do because of how nerve-wracking the thought of it was.

That was passing my driving test – specifically, I wrote I wanted to pass first time. I did just that.

In 2018 I passed my driving test first time, I got my first car – which was also on my list. So, looking back at it now that was a huge goal in my life and yet now – like probably the majority of us who can drive, we take that for granted but it’s times like these where we can look back at our younger selves and think, good Lord, I smashed that thing I used to be so afraid of doing.

I remember the night before my driving test I did a good luck spell where I wrote out my desire on a piece of paper, then folded it up into a charm, sealed it with wax from the candle I was burning, and kept it in my pocket during the test. What I wrote on that piece of paper was how I wanted to feel: calm, relaxed, confident, and what the end result was: I pass my driving test first time. I visualised it in my mind, I felt the adrenaline and the joy, the relief of never having to do that again, and the next day all of that played out. 

First Time On A Plane

Another thing I had a lot of anxiety about was going on an aeroplane.

The first time I did was in 2016 and while to some people flying may be second nature, it certainly was not the case for me. I completely surprised myself because at one point during the flight there was a lot of turbulence — and I loved it. I did change my mind on sitting by the window, however, and on the return flight, I stuck my head in a book and ignored what was happening until the plane levelled out.

So again, that was another huge accomplishment for me because it was so high up there on my list of things I was afraid of. Now, I would feel confident flying solo so that is a huge change of character for me. 

Getting My Degree

In 2021 I graduated with a 2:1 BA (Hons) degree in English Literature & Creative Writing.

I studied through the Open University who gave me a maximum of 16 years to complete it. But I said from day one that I was going to get a 2:1 and I would complete it in the minimum amount of time which was four years. I studied full time whilst I worked full time and it was hard, I did the majority of it on my own because we didn’t have lectures to attend with it being distance learning, but I had a goal, an end result, and I stuck to it. 

Becoming An Author

One of my life-long dreams has always been to become an author. I love expressing myself through my writing whether that’s fiction or non-fiction, there is power in words and becoming an author was something I knew I  wanted to achieve from a very young age.

In 2020 I self-published my first book, Unfolding. This was ultimately for me to say I had my words in print, it was not something I thought others were going to read it was a personal achievement for myself and my inner child. However, it brought so much joy and happiness to my life with how well it did do considering I wrote in my journal at the time “Sell ten copies of Unfolding” and that was it.

I thought, sure, my family and friends will support this, but there are copies of it all over the world whether that’s through word of mouth, or someone’s found it on Amazon, I’ll be eternally grateful for all the love and support it received. In 2021 I released another book called Ephemeral, which is a collection of poems and prose, consisting of my existential thoughts essentially and was the result of a period of time in my life where I simply couldn’t stop writing. It was a project which again, was extremely personal and because I can self-publish a book, and I wanted to, I did. 

Finishing My Novel

I finished the manuscript for my debut novel in June 2020. This was what I thought would be my first published piece of writing, but I’ve since been re-writing it to make it into the novel I wanted it to be.

I set myself a goal of having a book published every year, so we’re two years in a row so far, and this could quite possibly be my third book. So writing a novel was a tremendous accomplishment for me. There were days when I absolutely did not think I’d ever get it done, but I did.

Leaving My Job

Last year I took a leap of faith and left my job in August. This was something I had thought and thought and thought about for well, a long time before I actually did it. Those of you who know me personally will know I used to work at my local Post Office.

I didn’t expect to leave at that particular time, I was formulating a plan in my mind of what options were available to me, but things happened which became the shove I needed and I decided it was the time to take a leap of faith. Without a doubt, breaking out of society’s norm of having a 9-5 job and forging my own path, was one of the biggest changes in my life because it required complete trust and surrender. 

Starting My Own Business

I went self-employed in November last year (another huge goal I had on my list) and started running my own small business through Etsy called, The Library Of Eden where I create, design, and manage literary gifts: apparel, accessories, vintage books, stationery, for bookworms like myself.

Most of my items are fulfilled via a print on demand service, this is not only better for the environment because the items are printed and shipped from the fulfilment centre closest to you, that’s wherever you are in the world, shipping costs are also kept low and you receive your item within a matter of days in most cases.

National Theatre, London

This leads me on to something that I manifested within the past four months. Something amazing that essentially fell into my lap because I didn’t seek it out, the opportunity found me, BUT I did do the work which led it to me.

Through starting The Library Of Eden, I then ended up having my merchandise sold at National Theatre, London. This is a range of Wuthering Heights stock, mugs, t-shirts and tote bags for their production of Wuthering Heights – and if you know me well, you’ll know I am a massive Brontë nerd.

Manifesting Love

Within the timeframe of those previous things happening, so in November of last year I ended up meeting my Twin Flame.

Despite anything else I could and had accomplished, love to me just always seemed unobtainable. I felt like I was a failure in that department I hadn’t met that person who I knew inside had always existed and anything less than that didn’t feel right.

I had been single for six years, I had zero success with men and quite frankly I had become avoidant of anything to do with relationships because I was so fed up of attracting men who would treat me poorly.

BUT I did something drastic, I re-wired my brain, I had a major talking with myself, I realised I had been making allowances for other people’s shitty behaviour and I was not going to put up with it anymore.

If someone didn’t fit me mind, body, and soul, if they didn’t bring something to my life that I couldn’t already provide, if they wanted to keep me small, then I didn’t want any part of it. Then, at the end of November last year I met the love of my life.

Consciously Co-Creating

All of these most recent changes did not come to me because I was passive in life. I wasn’t taking a backseat I was in the driving seat but I was allowing the Universe to steer my course.

Like I said, it’s a 50/50 partnership and in order for it to run smoothly, we have to be conscious co-creators – that means being responsible for our actions and our energy.

Now it’s your turn to list all your goals and achievements, and celebrate you!

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