These days, the blogosphere buzzes with the concept of intention manifestation. I was just listening to a podcast from Steve Pavlina (actually his wife, Erin). It really hit me that this idea of manifesting what you want really applies to law school exams.
What is it?
Here’s what you do: Think of what you really want. Conform your actions to your mind, behaving like you really want it. Wait patiently.
Basically, the concept of intention manifestation states that you can get what you want in the world by truly following this simple process. If you’re Christian, this isn’t much different than simply praying for assistance from God and being open to His will. However, as a Christian, I would think “What do I want that is good for me?” After all, we should only seek what is truly good for us, in the greater scheme of salvation, right?
What about exams?
If you really want to do well on law school exams, intention manifestation should help. After all, it is probably in our greater good to do well in school, right?
You should simply really believe that you want to do well. You have to really want it. Then, you need to conform your behavior to this goal. You can’t really want to do well but not study.
Once you’re at this point, you will have eliminated self-doubt and fear that things won’t go well. You have taken responsibility for your success or failure, and you have taken the necessary steps to succeed. Go knock ‘em dead.
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