How to Manifest Your Desires

In this week’s Spirit Junkie vlog I riff on manifestat~ing. The key to manifesting your desires is to tap into your love energy and inspiration. Energy attracts like energy. Therefore if you feel the feelings of romantic love, you’re attracting romance towards you — or if you feel abundant then you’re attracting more abundance. In this video I guide you to connect to the feelings behind your desires.

31 comments

Danial W.
Past Member 3 years ago

Thanks for the post i have to try

Lily M.
Lily M.4 years ago

This made me giggle

Sarah M.
Sarah M.4 years ago

Thank you so much.

Tim Cheung
Tim C.4 years ago

Thank-you for the article.

Andrea A.
Andrea A.4 years ago

Thanks.

Claire V.
Claire Vickery4 years ago

I'm very sceptical about all of this 'manifesting' talk. As psychologist Cynthia Hickman wrote
"Too much of the New Age talk about our god-like capacities is just a transference of the ideals of the ego... to be rich, successful, beautiful and powerful- onto the spiritual realm."
All sorts of exaggerated claims are often made about how powerful the individual is, and that we can perfectly manifest everything we want all by ourselves, or otherwise, with some help from a special guru. But is this true and does it lead to true happiness and inner peace? I say 'No, because when we let desire rule, we let greed rule'. Contentment is a much better option.

Ellen Mccabe
Ellen m.4 years ago

But I bet it sure makes getting dumped (on) even more of a bitch..

Mandi A.
Ama A.4 years ago

She's so cute! Thank you. great post

Jane Barton
Jane Barton4 years ago

Manifesting your desires in the job market is really difficult nowadays, probably more a matter of luck than anything. Imaginary "God" has nothing to do with it but the corporate raiders who are running for President sure did. They sucked all the money out of the economy. I'm surprised there are any jobs left.

Catherine S.
Catherine S.4 years ago

I'm happy to see a healthy skepticism on this subject. I don't find things I want dropping out of the sky just because I think about them. but on the other hand, if I don't at least think it's possible for these good things to come into my life, I won't be looking for ways that they can.

For example, I worked for almost 8 years in a place that was really abusive to its employees. Not paying us overtime, paying men more than women, docking our pay 5 minutes if we were 2 minutes late, even if it was due to public transportation breaking down. everyone was miserable. But I noticed that some people got out in less than 2 years, while others... are still there. I came to see it as a kind of purgatory. The doors were open, but you couldn't get out until you decided you were good enough to leave.

When I decided to leave, it took me about 3 months to find a better job. It paid $15k more a year and was sooo much better in so many ways. But it didn't last forever, and as management changed there things got bad. But it was overall a positive change that couldn't have happened if I didn't look for it. Maybe all those good managers that left were already looking for that better thing themselves.