Over the past few weeks, we have been exploring the Intrinsic Energies™ of Relationships. This week we explore How to Manifest a Relationship.
In case you missed the other pieces, we explored the deeper reason we have relationships and why understanding this is key to creating change in your life. You can read that here:
Last week we explored why and how managing the Intrinsic Energies™ of Relationships helps you. You can read that here:
Let’s get to looking at how to manifest a relationship.
How to Manifest a Relationship
You aren’t stuck with what you have or what you don’t have. You can manifest what you want, but when you explore manifestation you do have to be willing to play. Learning to manifest is a process that guides you to hone your thoughts, your desires, and your will.
You have the ability to manifest what you want, but when you start to play with manifestation you will often manifest things that aren’t quite right.
And there is an important Spiritual reason for this.
The reason is to get you to refine your intentions, your words, and your vision so that your thoughts and desires have greater clarity and one that is in alignment with your true expression.
Let’s look at an example.
Let’s say you set out an intention to have a romantic motivated partner who worships you.
The person who shows up is super romantic, but also controlling and wants to know where you are all the time. Their worshiping of you shows up as possession and jealousy.
If that’s not what you want, when you are playing with manifestation, you want to end that relationship and go back to the drawing board. You want to use the awareness you gained from setting out the last intention, to hone your next intention.
You want to look at how your thoughts, words, and vision manifested into this person.
Maybe the word ‘worship’ needs to be refined because at the Spirit level you don’t want to be worshiped, you want to be valued and seen, but the word you choose did not lead to that, it led to control.
This process helps you to better define what you want and how you want to live.
But you have to be willing to play and do the work of Conscious growth.
Where we get stuck.
When people dabble in manifestation work, meaning they don’t understand the deeper Spiritual process at work, when something shows up, they don’t want to let it go.
They don’t want to give it up because they fear giving it up will leave them with nothing. So instead they accept something that isn’t right for them and that’s where their manifestation bar is set – at ‘not quite right.’
Although I started this talking about relationships this applies to all intention setting – jobs, places to live, friendships, money.
In order to play with manifestation at this level, you need to step into this space owning responsibility for your own choices, know that you can create more for yourself, and to see manifestation as a Spiritual play space.
Stepping into your power to create what you want is not a small thing. It is a deeply powerful and empowering process.
The process of claiming your ability to manifest what you want and need starts with the development of purity of mind, purity of heart, and purity of desire. Plus a healthy dose of Conscious Learning (understanding what you are working on and how it shows up, plus having the tools to create change.)
If you are interested in really diving in, I have a program starting on July 27 called The Spiritual Expansion Program. You can check it out here:
This program is an investment in your deeper growth.
I’m happy to have a chat with you about whether it’s right for you or not. Reach out through the contact page.