Manifesting Your Dream Life: Stepping Out of Comfort Is Essential

Why was I Missing in Action?

So, it’s been a really long time since I wrote anything on this blog. Yes, I was in Bali for exactly six months, and while I managed to blog at the beginning of my move, something happened.

Sometime in August, my old MacBook crashed, and I took it for repair in Bali. However, the repair took longer than normal because the motherboard and screen needed to be replaced. It wasn’t until the last few weeks of my trip that my MacBook was ready. At the time, I was in Ubud so I couldn’t pick up my repaired laptop until my very last day on the island!

I’m so grateful that the same MacBook is now up and running. Especially since I don’t bother with ICloud and these types of backups. So, I like to have backups on an external hard disk or USB stick.

What was the Major Takeaway from my Bali Move?

Well, the answer to this question is on my Twitter feed 🙂 I’m active on Twitter all the time, and it’s the only social media platform that I use right now.

What happened in the past six months was incredible and pushed me closer to manifesting my dream life. The entire move revolved around inner child healing and connecting with others on a deeper level.

If you check out my Twitter page, you will notice that I met a Balinese family in August. This happened when I stayed at an Airbnb in Seminyak, and the family stayed right next door. The interesting part of this story is that I only stayed at one Airbnb property for six months and chose different hotels for the rest of my stay!

When you set a clear intention to manifest your dream life, the Universe will show you the areas that you need to work on to get closer to that life. Basically, you will be shown where your love blocks are so you can do something about them.

In the past six months, I learned that no matter how many vision boards or vintage posters I have in my apartment in Dubai, they won’t help me manifest unless I tune into the feelings behind these visions.

In the past six months, I spent a lot of time connecting with the Balinese family specifically with four-year-old Gladis. She reminds me of myself as a child (if I didn’t experience the emotional abuse and trauma that I did).

In summary, Bali’s six-month journey profoundly healed my inner child, surpassing years of energy work. It felt crucial, marking a pivotal moment. This move integrated all my healing from the past seven years.

Manifesting Your Dream Life: Key Changes I Made to Get Closer

My main advice to you would be to take a big, scary leap of faith based on your intuition. So, if your intuition guides you to move cities or countries, go for it. Don’t worry about the details; just take the first step. And that’s how you can get closer to manifesting your dream life.

When I decided to move to Bali for six months, I only booked the first three weeks at a hotel and the entire month of August at an Airbnb in Seminyak. The rest of the stays were all booked by following spiritual guidance and my intuition. These spiritual messages took me to Sanur, Ubud, Uluwatu, back to Ubud and then finally to Kuta (right next to the airport for my last hotel stay).

To illustrate the magnitude of this step, I’ll share key events from Bali. These six months were filled with transformative experiences.

One of my credit cards (with a big limit) got blocked by my bank after an unauthorized transaction. So, I relied on my other credit card (with a lower limit). I also had little cash left towards the end of the day, and I had to rely even more on that only credit card.

In addition to the credit card situation, I had serious skin burn side effects from an IPL laser hair removal session. It was very traumatizing, and I’m so grateful that my skin recovered and healed. The burns were on my lower legs only. I’m so grateful that I didn’t choose to get my full legs or bikini area done with that laser hair removal treatment! It was a difficult time, and it impacted the rest of my stay because I couldn’t go to beach clubs or spend much time walking or out in the sun.

Each of the six months I spent in Bali brought its own surprise, unfortunately, not pleasant ones. From my first encounter with Bali’s belly to painful IPL skin burns and severe bruises from an unprofessional massage, the challenges were relentless. Additionally, the flu and other misfortunes continued to test my resilience. So the move wasn’t all coconut water and cocktails. A lot of old energy was being released and cleared up in the form of misfortunate events.

What do you want to Know more About?

Let me know if you want me to share more lifestyle content from my Bali move. Or more about the spiritual up-levelling and healing integration. Or maybe you want to me to stick to the same blog categories and share a bit of everything? If that’s the case, then tomorrow’s Travel Tuesday blog post will be a lifestyle one. So stay tuned.



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