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Does manifesting really work?


If you've been reading this blog for any length of time you'll know that I am a huge proponent of manifestation. It's the principle of Law of Attraction, that which is like unto itself is drawn. It resurfaced into popular culture recently through the video “The Secret” which is based on the work of a channel called Abraham who speaks through Esther Hicks. The information isn't anything new. Do unto others. Karma. There are many ways of speaking this Universal principle and the more I delve into it the more I am fascinated by watching it play out both in my life and the lives of those around me. It's not just positive thinking. It's not just pretending to be happy when you're not. I personally cringe when the “fake it till you make it” slogan gets thrown around. People aren't stupid and they can small a lie even if they can't fully language it straight away. Manifestation is about languaging love. Love at it's nucleus contains honesty and it's the authenticity of who you are that will help you to create the things that you want. Manifestation is sold to so many through being able to create flashy cars, lots of cash and a holiday lifestyle but a HUGE component of that was left out. It's the part that's less marketable. It's the relationship with the energy that you are co creating with.



The Universe responds to the sum of who you are. That means everything that is happening on every level of your being is unfolding all around you. Your dreams, your goals, your wounds, your past. There are both echos of your history and future all around you and it's in creating this relationship with the divine that helps you to sort out what is needed for you to move to where you want to be. I've noticed that the older I get the less focussed my goals are. Maybe focussed isn't the right word, it's more like it would be nice if they happened but I've lived enough life to know what's really important and I'm not giving that up. I love who I am, I have access to a working healthy body and my relationships with other human beings are good, grounded and growing. Things like wanting to get my book published, having a gallery exhibtion of my art work, creating a new music album, drawing my own tarot deck, writing more books, these things I would love to do and it would bug me if they never happened but it wouldn't uproot my life. The stakes of my goals are less impactful but that's not to be confused with less important. We need things to work towards, to create.



There is a direct relationship in my life between meditation and wellness. The more I learn to cultivate inner silence the happier I become on every level of my being and as a result of that I create more wonderful things in my life. The greatest tools you'll need to manifest a life that feels good is already with you. I don't think it's healthy to block out “negative” thoughts because they can directly lead you to things that you want but inner silence can give you the ability to make sure that the negative thinking doesn't impact your life. Once you've taken the power out of it you can let it go. If this interests you pick up some books on the subject and have a read. Dive into it and see what you can discover. Remember, it's an internal journey and the more you pay attention to what you feel the more you are able to create a life that your heart can recognise!




Thank you for reading,



Big Love,



Ryan James x


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