The other night, I was in a deep discussion with a friend as we were driving around the city at 2 a.m.. Sharing experiences of recent and not-so-recent encounters with men, her accurate grasp of relationships absolutely amazed me.
On one occasion of manifesting someone I wanted to know into my life, I talked about my desire because I felt like it. I genuinely wanted to talk about it and did so in the presence of individuals I decided were my ideal audience for this almost-manifestation.
At first, I kept quiet about visualising our initial contact. Then, as the contact deepened, I talked about it and was sure I was going to get what I wanted the entire time. However, talking about it was making me happy so I kept going.
Before anything happens, you must feel that what you want is yours. If you decide it is, that sense of knowing will evoke positive feelings in you.
When the feeling of having my desire was nurtured enough, I naturally want to refocus on other things. Letting go feels good because I also want to enjoy other things in my life.
On the other hand, the feeling of your desire missing from your life relentlessly prompts you to keep looking for ways to manifest it.
When you know, you are calm; while aware of not having it yet, you keep looking.
Several days ago, I was asked to give an opinion on the topic of verbally discussing a desire during its manifestation period.
Some like to discuss their desires while manifesting them and other don’t. Some are aware of LoA sources advising against talking about one’s desire during its manifestation period while other sources advise manifestation practitioners to discuss their desires in a bold manner.
Whenever I felt like talking about my desire of the moment, confident in its manifestation, I enjoyed this specific discourse. When it made me happy to stay quiet about my desire until the manifestation, confident in the said manifestation, I enjoyed keeping it to myself and sharing my manifestation once it was done. Much like any desire, they all manifested when I focused on what made me happy.
There are no specific rules here – if you do what makes you happy, you will manifest fast due to a boost of your positive energy which allows you to let go.
Both approaches have their benefits. This is also why one must decide which of the two approaches makes them happy – talking about their desire or, not. Some people are private while others enjoy sharing their plans. Sometimes, the choice depends on the specific desire. Some feel more comfortable and therefore happier staying silent, confident that this is the way to manifest in peace (I have done this many times). Others enjoy sharing their grand plans with whomever they choose, their manifestation process filled with audience (I have done this many times).
Only do what makes you feel good. Every action you could possibly take is meant to make you feel good!
If you look back on your life, you will have noticed manifestations following either of the two approaches. Sometimes, talking about your manifestation helped you. Other times, you manifested without having even considered sharing your plans with anyone.
Don’t overthink it – see how you feel. The approach chosen will be a result of your preference, confidence, the nature of your desire and, your overall personality. See how you feel and if you choose to share your manifestation plans with anyone.
While talking about your manifestation could raise your vibration and make you feel like you have it, it is not required. If you want to try this, go for it! Share your desire with someone you trust and see how you feel afterwards.
Do you feel more confident in your manifestation having shared it with someone you trust? How about after sharing it with your fellow blog readers and myself? Did it help?
If it did, great! It’s exactly what we’re here for.