STOP “Faking it Till You Make it” and instead do this
There's this common belief in the Law of Attraction community that says if you fake it, you'll eventually make it. The idea behind this is that if there's some way you want to be, let's say right now you don't have money and you want to have $1 million, what you could do is why you're in the actions of the millionaire version of you. You could wire the thinking of the millionaire version of you, and then you will eventually experience that reality.
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Well, in this blog, I'm going to show you what faking it till you make it actually does. Plus, I'm going to be sharing with you a process that's much more powerful, which makes it easier than ever without having to fake it at all. Before we get too much into it, here are some examples of what it's like to fake it by you. This is exactly what I do. I'm wiring in the energy of me being a multi multimillionaire, and I think I'm almost there. Let me show you, and you tell me if you can tell how real it is, how authentic it is, and how you can tell them. Very soon, I will be a millionaire.
I'll read, I don't really have a butler, but sometimes what I do is I pretend I have one because if I fake it, eventually I'll make it. I'll read, could you please bring me some tea with a little bit of that creamer and then like four tablespoons of sugar, Alfred. Sometimes I put my feet up on this desk. It's like an executive style desk. When I do this, it says to my body language that I have a lot of confidence, and then eventually, I'm going to be a millionaire. Something that's what I'll do is I'll just do this for a period of time, and then I'll ask Alfred to bring me coffee. I don't drink coffee, but I imagine if I was a millionaire, I would drink coffee. I'll read, I'll come with it. Another thing that I do is I have a check that says $1 million on it, and what I do is I keep it right on top of my monitor right here so that I can see that check.
I know that one day I too will be a millionaire who writes billion-dollar checks. In order to become a millionaire is something else you have to do is you have to be able to look at yourself in the mirror and tell yourself over and over and over again that you're a millionaire until you know you're a millionaire. This is what I do. I'm a millionaire; I'm a millionaire, I am a millionaire. You see, that's what I do, and it works. The problem with fake it till we make it is that when we have that mentality that we're going to fake it until we make it, we are doing something that is a means to an end. We are trying to get somewhere else, and many times what we are actually emphasizing is the fake.
We're emphasizing that we're not already where we want to be. We may also be trying to escape the present moment, and by doing that, we end up putting resistance into the present moment. But what if I were to tell you that there's a better way to go about this. A way that feels more natural, a way that is an end of itself, and that you can really feel good by getting behind. The alternative to this, fake it till you make it mentality understands what I call B, as if, comes with another level of awareness because what is being implied to this old version of you was an option. This new version of you is an option, and you simply decide you're going to be this version of you. When you are saying, we fake it till we make it. It is implying that this is who we are and that we're going to try to become this, but the emphasis is mainly on the old version because of the ease.
Even judging it in the present moment saying that it is faking it and remember if you're faking it, you're faking it until you make it, which means that it's a means to an end with B as if it sees both of these things for how they are. It seems the older part of us, the old version of us like I was showing over here, it seems that version of us as one possibility as one way we were as one story that we told ourselves about who we are, understand as well the story that we tell ourselves consistently is experiencing and creating more things in our life that are equal to that vision, that story and when we change our story, we then have a new story, but here's the thing, they're both still stories. We're just simply choosing to be the story that's preferable. But when we talk about faking it till you make it is implying a level of resistance. It's applied and emphasizing the old level of identity. I know. Let me show you the other problem as well with thinking it till you make it when people are faking it until they make it.
They are normally going off the surface level things. They are going for the money they are going for the status they are going for the kind of relationships they'll be able to have, but those are all side effects of us doing what we love and being who we really are. When we're faking it to make it, most people are their eyes and their mind is on the money. Their eyes in their mind are on the status. It's on the way their friends will see them. Those are all more shallow things. They're not necessarily things that will even make you happy, but that's why when I talk about being as if it has to do with being who you really are and getting to the core of who you are, it means you're doing things for the sake of doing them because it's who you are.
From a certain perspective, you could say that when I started making daily YouTube videos, I was acting as if or faking it till I make it. But in actuality, what I was doing was being as if, faking it till I make it. But that was more who I was anyways. I felt passion when I did that. I was doing it because I enjoyed it, and whether I was actually going to get the results to a fulltime YouTube or not, I would have done it because it was an end of itself. I realized this is who I really am, is sharing these ideas. When you do something to fake it till you make it, your mind is on the money. Your mind is on the status, how people will see you. However, when you do it because it is part of who you are, it's coming from a much deeper place. This also poses a question that has to do with who are we really?
Who are we really know? One time. I was, uh, reading this book, and it was called how to break the habit of yourself by Dr. Joe Dispenza. I remember when I first saw that book, I was in a sauna at a gym, and I saw someone reading that book, and I looked at the title, and I was like, huh, why would you want to not be yourself? That didn't really make sense to me, but then what I realized is that was by Joe Dispenza, and I was like, Oh, I saw him and what the bleep do we know? Which is like a documentary that I saw. I was like, okay, let me check that out. So, I checked it out. What the book shows and talks about is who we think we are, is it a habitual set of in a way we think, feel, and act. We do that consistently. We wire it in overtime, over the last however many years we are alive, and that has become who we are. The part that is important to understand is that when we step into the unknown, we begin to step out of that habitual illness of how we think, feel, and act.
Who we think we are many times is different levels of authenticity as well. We may think this is who I am. I am naturally a fearful, shy person. However, not realizing that that's just more familiar. I'm just familiar with this. Instead of saying, this is who I am, this is who I'm familiar with, this is how I'm familiar. This is how I'm familiar with. The key to faking it too, we make it is what we are doing is really emphasizing the old thing that was familiar, and we're doing something with the intention of escaping that reality. However, what I'm trying to show you is that you can be the way you prefer to be by getting to the core of who you are, and the core of who you are is also connected to your heart. This could mean you do what you're passionate about. This could be meaning speaking your mind when you feel like it's authentic.
When it feels comfortable necessarily familiar, but when it is authentic, you realizing and giving yourself more permission to be who you really are. The important part of understanding with manifestation in general or creating the reality we prefer. The most important part of this process is understanding the story we tell ourselves about who we are, the story we tell ourselves about our past, and recognizing that that story does not have to be the story for our whole entire life. I'll tell you right now, you are capable of things beyond what you can even imagine and that everything you have been through has led you to this point here. However, the scripts that you think you've been reading your whole entire life, that one that feels familiar and for me that was having a nine to five job. That was the pain of my past, of what I went through. That was the script that I thought I was given.
I thought that it was set my whole entire life changed when I realized that I could change the script from this point going forward. It was back in 2012. I changed the story I told myself about my past. I saw how a lot of my past led me to deeper levels of spiritual awakening and understanding more about myself, and then I decided I felt to feel empowered to go for my dreams. Even when I was working on my nine to five job, I was telling myself I had a story that is equal to work in a nine to five job. This is who I am. This is how I have to live. Therefore, my reality was equal to that. However, what eventually happened is I changed that story and said, you know what? I'm going for this no matter what. This is who I really am, is sharing these ideas.
I know what's my purpose. I know it's what I meant to do and when I started to do that, eventually that reality took on a momentum of its own, but what I had to do is I had to bridge those two realities, the nine to five job version of me to the version of me that was doing YouTube full time. I had to bridge them. It wasn't faking it till we make it because faking it too, we make it is assuming and emphasizing this old identity. It was more so as if, because this being was who I really am, me expressing these ideas. Maybe it was a little bit unfamiliar at first, and it was so worried about what people would think about me. I felt like I was opening myself up, and then if some people thought I had some weird ideas that then I'd be judged, but I said, it doesn't matter.
I said I came here to be bold. That's what I believe, and I believe that for you too. I believe that you came here to be bold and that you came here so that you can then express yourself in different ways, maybe ways that don't always feel familiar, but understanding that as you do that you create momentum for yourself and eventually your dominant reality will be the way you are as if, but here's the thing, you're doing it because it's who you are, not because it's until you make it. It's implied that if you're going to fake it till you make it or you're acting as if it implies that you are acting. It's not who you really are, but who you really are is really something that you find out at your core who you are may also change. What I mean is I may be making daily YouTube videos right now, but that is what I'm doing.
That is not who I am at my core. I express myself at my core. Whether I do that in writing, whether I do that in YouTube videos, whether I do that on stage, those are all different ways of me expressing who I am, so don't get caught up in what you are doing. Don't get caught up in your nine to five job. Understand that there's a deeper essence to who you are. Understand that you don't have to act as if it's not an act and understand that you're not. At the end of the day, it's not like you're acting as if and then at the end of the day you go home and you take off the mask. You take off the persona. This is about you being who you really are, and being who you really are is connected to your heart. It's connected to your passion. It goes deeper than faking it till you make it.
It's not doing things for money. It's not doing things for fame. It's doing things and being who you naturally are. Being as if it's about getting to your core, understanding this and really doing it because it is who you are and as you begin to embody this vibration, you could say this version of you, you will eventually find that your reality, your new story starts to reflect back into you in a very new way. Your stories are creating your life, whether you're aware of it or not. The key is becoming aware of your story and being aware that this story might be familiar. The old way of being and that it may look over there and say, well, if I had the money, then I'd be happy if I had the relationship and I'd be happy if I had the status that I'd be happy.
But in actuality, the key to this is seeing that this in itself is a form of the act because it's mainly timing give it as a script that was given to us by our parents. Our family is a society grow up, and you can change the script, and when you start to change the script when you decide who you are from a level of awareness, that is who you really are. I got out of the narrative work in the nine to five job of having the painful past, and I transmuted it and let that feel me to me being this version of me that you see in front of you today, and I recognize I am not what I do. I'm not just making YouTube videos. There is a meditation that is new that came out on January 1st of this year for wiring in the new vibrational you. It is very powerful. Go ahead and read the comments just to see what's possible.