One of the most pervasive misconceptions about this whole "woo-woo" approach to gettin' the goods is that you merely have to think about stuff you want... and that's it. It just magically drops in your lap while you sit stationed on your plush La-Z-Girl recliner, watching soap operas and eating bonbons, right?
No, of course not. But that doesn't mean you must march over to the polar opposite and join the majority of humans in their drudgery chorus: "You have to work hard to make things happen." That ol' song-and-dance is built on the Limiting Beliefs of Yore. Snore!
There is a middle ground, grasshoppah.
Yes, you will be taking action in order for your manifestations to fully physicalize in your life. No, you don't have to figure out what all the actions are going to be (you’re not even capable of doing that, no matter how smart you are). And nope, you don't have to take LOTS and LOTS of back-breaking actions for unbearably long periods of time...unless, of course, YOU insist that you do. (Friendly reminder: your Beliefs are re-negotiable!)
The action required of you is actually pretty stress-free if you follow the Simpleton system. When you stay in those Target Feelings, you will receive inspirations, ideas, signals, hunches, directions about where to go, what to do next, who to call, what to say, where to look, etc. You will thoroughly enjoy the actions you take (imagine that?!). Inspired actions barely resemble the laborious effort most humans are accustomed to.
For example, someone will contact you and offer you an opportunity that's totally awesome, and your action is to say "yes" and show up for it. Or maybe you'll be inspired to initiate something yourself. The key to simple slacker manifesting is learning to discern between truly inspired action and forced, calculated action. Are you feeling the feelings on your Targeted List? Well, then, chances are very good you are inspired. The word "inspire" means to infuse with spirit. The other kind of action—calculating, meddling, conventionally logical—is usually infused with Fear. So stop trying to figure it all out. Just do whatever you can -- no more, no less -- make it enjoyable, relax, stay happy, and let the Universe handle the rest.
Be a good Simpleton... stick to the inspired variety of action!