Have you made any contracts lately? In this lifetime? In previous lifetimes?
By “contract” I mean any piece of paper, notebook page, or electronic note where you have written what you want out of life. Where you make an agreement on what you want to manifest.
It could also come in the form of many manifestation exercises, such as collages, photo collections or drawings.
When we make contracts, they might feel very expansive. After all, we make them to improve our lives. Indeed they do work, most of what is in those contracts comes to pass.
Some contracts are contracts we have made with others, such as marriages, mortgages, work contracts, rent contracts, lease contracts, loans, and more.
However, if we take a step back, and look for limiting language, situations, and beliefs within these contracts, and process them, we can really expand our lives.
Even if they are contracts that are with third parties and we feel they are “not fair”, or no longer suitable, or we were forced to take the best we could, or we are unhappy with them now, we can really shift things in real life simply by sitting with these third party contracts and allowing all our negative emotions to exist, expand, and be infused with light and love, thus liberating them back into Oneness.
If you haven’t already, do take a look at how to cleanse negative energies in this youtube video:
Now, the contracts we have made ourselves, we can go back and either wipe clean, or review and rewrite, and sign again.
This is a list with possible limitations:
1) A love relationship manifestation contract that has a named partner, whether a spouse, boy/girlfriend or the person of our dreams. This is a biggie. Energetically speaking this is one of the worst contracts we can write. Even if we really, really want our relationship with one particular person to manifest, or improve, by naming them, we limit the Universe from helping us manifest our greatest possible outcome. So, if you have one of these, erase the person’s name, remove the photo, throw away their personal possession (in case of using magik), and replace their name, or object, with a description of the ideal partner. Even if you describe them, make sure that you do not emotionally “wish” it was them, but simply concentrate on the happy and satisfied feeling you get when imagining yourself with that perfect person.
2) Any contract that specifies things you will do in order to get something else. Especially if those things are difficult to do, or involve other individuals to help you accomplish it. For example, an environmental contract that specifies you will, renew, decorate, declutter or make your home beautiful in order for it to be supportive of your life, but you live with one or more other people who do not cooperate or refuse to make the place the way you want it. Or you don’t have the income to renew or decorate it. Change it to making a contract with yourself to live in a 100 per cent supportive and nurturing, beautiful, safe, home.
3) A contract that specifies how you will receive wealth and abundance in your life. For example, you want to become rich, or successful in your chosen career. A popular artist, professional, well known, etc., and that is the only way you will become wealthy and abundant. Make sure that the two are not tied in together. So, in this case, you can make two contracts, one specifying that you will have multiple extremely effective income sources. And the other that you will be extremely happy, satisfied, and successful with your chosen profession.
These are just examples, but they delineate some examples of how we can limit ourselves.
Take a look at your contracts, manifestation exercises and art and documents, to make sure you clear up any limiting energies and vocabulary from them, then watch your life expand.
One way to make sure that a certain manifestation exercise, or wish, is not limiting, is to do the goals exercise which you can find in the Ascension101 Course. The exercise teaches you how to “test” different outcomes, giving you very clear and precise information on how to achieve what you are aiming for without limiting factors.