Do This To Manifest Anything You Want In Life - Jake Ducey
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Do This To Manifest Anything You Want In Life

This is the only manifestation technique that you need in order to manifest what you want. Here is the one thing that you need to know in order to attract anything that you want. Yes, it truly is that simple.

I tried it all, every technique, everything, everything from working 10, 12, 14 hours a day and just getting totally burnt out to trying every meditation, visualization, every technique. I've tried everything. Hack this, do this. Here's the one thing that can change your entire life and allow you to attract not only what you truly desire, but get what you truly deserve in your life.

Before I share it with you, think about what it might be. Just think for a second. What might I be talking about? Maybe some thoughts are sparking in your head right now. What might I be talking about? It's not what you think.

There's all types of people that are working on creating things that they want in life, either from finding a soulmate to getting money, attracting a certain type of job, achieving a certain type of thing, whether it be material or in your health or spirituality.

We're constantly seeking things outside of ourselves in order to gain those answers to the questions that we're asking and to help us accomplish the goals that we've set for ourselves.

"Well, I need these resources. I need this money and I need this thing. I need this thing.." It's constantly based off of exterior things that we think that we need in order to attract, creating, get the things that we want in life, and it wasn't until I started looking within myself that I realized I just needed to trust myself.

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If you're an individualization of God, if you're an extension of God energy, which you are, then the thing that Jesus said is "When he said the Kingdom of Heaven is within" is essentially saying that all the answers that you'll ever need are within yourself.

You might be like "I don't know how it's going to go. I don't know how it's going to work. I don't have this thing and I'm not qualified enough. I might be too old and I might be too young. I might not look the part and I might have too many rolls on my stomach. I don't have enough digits in my bank account. I don't have the right car to attract that girl. I don't have enough muscle on my body. Well, my teeth are crooked. Well, my skin isn't clean enough. Well, my skin needs to be darker. My skin needs to be lighter." Everything is exterior. You've got to trust yourself.

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What if I were to tell you that the billion dollars, the million dollars, the hundred thousand dollars, the $10,000, whatever money that you want is actually within yourself?

What if I were to tell you that every question you're asking God or the universe you have not only the answer but the solution to it? What if I were to tell you that you're actually qualified enough right now? What if I were to tell you that you're ready right now?

What if I were to tell you that you're actually good enough and I were to say "Hey, the answer is you need to look in the mirror and you need to look yourself in the eyes. You need to say: I'm good enough. I'm worthy. I deserve it. I'm good enough. I'm worthy. I deserve it."

Our whole culture is built off of pulling down our self esteem. Companies pull down your self esteem because when you have that mental or emotional wound, they can then fill it manipulatively with a product that they're trying to sell.

That's how our consumeristic society works. Then people close to us when we say "I want this for my life", people tell us that were too selfish. Everything is built around you thinking that everything outside of yourself is more important than you.


We think that religions are more important than our own selves. We think that money is more important than our own selves. We think that everybody and every thing knows better than us, so we spend our lives in validation. We're enslaved to exterior ideologies.

All of these things are great; money's great. Religions are great. Cars are great. Jobs are great. Having other people's approval is great. Having friends is great. Having degrees is great. Trying to constantly improve yourself is great, but you're good enough right now. Here's what I'm inviting you to do.

Go look in the mirror and say this yourself: I am good enough. I am worthy. I deserve it.

How would your life change if that's the way you started looking at yourself?

Deep down, your biggest problem is that you don't think you're good enough. You don't think you're worthy enough, and you don't think you're deserving enough. Maybe because not enough people or nobody told you that. Maybe because you think that your past has a bearing on your future and some things have went the way that maybe not be best. Maybe you did poor in school, got fired from a job or got cheated on. Maybe you haven't been able to attract a relationship.

Maybe you've done poor on your finances and you're in debt. Maybe you think that the past determines whether you're good enough, worthy enough or deserving. None of that matters. You're an individualization of God. You're not even your body anyways. Your body is just a vehicle that you're using.

When I say "I'm Jake Ducey", it's not really who I am. What happens is, you start to believe you're not good enough. You're not worthy, you're not deserving. You start to actually believe that on some level. On some level, I believed I wasn't worthy enough of having an international business that was inspiring millions of people.

I didn't think I was good enough that I could have 400,000 YouTube subscribers and be getting millions of views every single month, and that I had something to say that would inspire people because I looked out on the computer and I looked out on Instagram and I saw the people that were better.

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People that had been around in the industry forever, all these things were focused exterior. I would compare myself to them and say I wasn't good enough or worthy enough. I had to finally take a deep breath one day, look within myself and say "I am good enough. I'm worthy. I'm deserving of everything that I want." Some people mistake that as you being selfish, fine. That's okay.

Really feel the essence of what I'm saying because when you start to see yourself as good enough, then you'll go after what you want. You'll start. Bob Marley used to say "You're never going to get nowhere if you don't start somewhere."

You're never going to get anywhere unless you start now. We're never going to start if we keep thinking we're not good enough to start, because if we're not good enough to start, then we're not good enough to get what we want.

Therefore, we're bound to fail if we asked that person out, start our business, hit our goal, go after the thing because if you don't think you're good enough, then there's no reason to start because you're going to fail and then your brain wants to protect you from failure.

Then you sit there and then you constantly say "Well, I need this resource and I need this thing. I need to have this plan and I don't know how it's going to work." We sit and we mentally analyze things and we never take action.


We never asked that person out of that we find attractive. We never ask that person out that we find attractive or we say "I'm a girl. I shouldn't ask men out." Or we say "I'm not good enough to make more money. I've been in debt for 10 years. I don't have the right education. I don't have the right resources. I don't know how. I'm not sure if I'm good enough. I don't have the skill set. I don't have enough time. I'm too old. I'm too young. I'll do it next year. I'll do when the kids graduate from school. I'll do it then I'll do it after next week."

These are all clever masks blocking us from the truth that the Kingdom of Heaven is within you. You're good enough. I'm telling you, you'll find out. You're smarter than you think. I'm telling you, you'll find out that you're a divine being. You just have to keep affirming these things. "I am good enough. I am worthy. I am deserving."

Please go over to your mirror when you're done reading this blog. Please go in your mirror and say "I'm good enough. I'm worthy. I deserve it." Who cares if your mom hears you or your dad hears you or if your roommate hears you.

They should hear you. Say "Look, I'm changing as a person. I realized I haven't embraced the fact that I'm good enough for my desires, that I'm worthy and that I deserve it and my life's going to change forever because now I grasp that." You're a divine being and that's exciting.

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We have 65,000 thoughts in a day. According to psychologists, 95% of them are habitual and they're subconscious, they're below conscious. They're habitual, they're programmed into us by the outside world. Psychologists say 70% of those are negative and redundant. They're blocking you. They're blocking me from getting what we want in life.

When we rewire them, when we rewrite those belief systems, our life changes. I created a hypnosis that will rewire those for you and it'll help you attract success, prosperity and abundance and a lot easier in your life.

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Have a fantastic day. If this blog speaks to you, rad this again. The more you read this blog through a second or third time, the more you grasp them and you retain that information in your subconscious.

I love you. I appreciate you. You're in my intentions and prayers, especially when you comment down below so I can read your name through and send you off positive vibes. Remember this: You're good enough, you're worthy, and you deserve it. Have a beautiful day.

About the Author Jake Ducey

Jake Ducey is a two-time published author with Penguin/Random-House (The Purpose Principles and Profit From Happiness), a leading speaker for his generation having been featured in TEDx Youth, hired by mega organizations such as Nielsen and Accenture, and a leader who has already inspired countless thousands of young people to seek meaningful career success and to make a difference in the world.

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