11:11 on April 1st

Last Updated:
May 11, 2020
First Published:
April 1, 2020
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It’s April 1st AND it’s 11:11 am, no joke!

There’s an old superstition that tells us that 11:11 am is the BEST possible time to make a wish.

This is a "magic moment for manifestation”.

Embrace this minute! So, I ask: "why not consider ourselves refined Numerologists for a single minute of the day?"

Here’s what to do:

  • Try to catch the next 11:11 am as it strikes the clock
  • Hold on to the minute for a moment
  • Realize, it’s just 1 of 1,440 minutes in the day (0.07% of your day)
  • Regard this minute as a sacred/special slice of your day
  • At 11:12, release the focus and glide back into whichever activity you were engaged in before, or move onto something else.

Oh, and by the way…

11:11 pm simply does not count. The majority of the world adheres to a 24hr clock; the only TRUE 11:11 of the day arises in the morning.

No one cares about 23:11 …

But at the next 11:11 AM...

  • Make a wish!
  • Set an intention.
  • Outline a goal.
  • Or, count a blessing.
  • Bathe in the moment 🛁

I appreciate you,

CJT

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Colton James Townsend

Storyteller and Teacher at coltonjamestownsend.com, "Fearless Story Productions" and "Wake Up & Do Me"

I live, work, and write in the fine city of Walla Walla, Washington. I help creative people and business owners publish stories and content for the web so they can achieve results online, personally and professionally. You're an expert in your field or a person with a strong story to tell — I help you broadcast your knowledge and experiences effectively. The results? Amplification.

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