Let yourself imagine and then fiercely hold the thought that it’s already done.
Singular will is one of the most powerful tools for creating what we want. In essence, it’s holding one thought and one thought only. In this case, holding the thought that whatever we want is already done, it’s already happened, it’s ours. When we can hold this one thought with singularity, it becomes a powerful energetic attractor, drawing to us what we want.
The problem becomes when we split our will, when we hold more than one thought. For example, as we’re holding the thought that it’s already done, doubt creeps up and we find ourself thinking, “Well what if it doesn’t happen?” Now we’ve split our will in two, which significantly weakens the power of attraction. Then we might think, “What if I mess it up somehow?” Now our will is split in three and is even less powerful.
Singular will is a skill that we need to practice if we want to become masterful. It’s not something that we automatically know how to do. In fact, we’re much more adept at splitting our will with multiple thoughts at the same time. One way to practice singular will is to pick an object and then focus on that object for 30 seconds without thinking about anything else. Once we can easily do 30 seconds, increase it to one minute, then two minutes and so on until we can hold singular will for several minutes at a time. That is more than enough to attract to us what we want, especially if we imagine it with all our senses, filled with passion and the joy of experiencing having what we want.