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How to Manifest a Specific Person Into Your Life With the Law of Attraction

Updated on November 1, 2019
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Evie Sparkes is a published novelist, content writer and company director from the UK.

How to Imagine Someone Into Your Life

Sounds crazy right? No so much though. If you'd have told me a few years ago that I'd be bringing anything into my life with the power of my mind then I would have looked at you in the same confused way I did when I was a kid and I was trying to work out why on earth I was having to learn algebra when it was clearly jibberish.

I wouldn't have stopped to think about the times that I imagined seeing someone or thought about them and voila, there they were a few days later. Coincidence I thought. Now coincidence seems like a ludicrous notion. How more unlikely is it to be that than reality creation?

Can You Really Purposely Manifest a Specific Person

Absolutely and that's my final answer. There are no if's but's or maybe's with this stuff. It's taken a while for me to fully embrace what's clearly going on here, but now I do, I wonder how on earth I got by without knowing it.

We are all energy. Objects are energy and so are human beings. You just have to learn how to manipulate that energy to your advantage. That's it in simple terms. Although this phenomena is most often referred to as The Law of Attraction I prefer to think of it as quantum physics. That's because I love science. It's all the same thing at the end of the day, same, same but different I guess. whatever the hell that means!

But How do I Even Go About Manifesting Someone?

You simply intend to see them or hear from them in whichever way you choose. Yes, this crazy stuff is all about you my friends.

You can imagine receiving a text or a call and even script the conversation. Don't be mental Evie, surely that's magic and that doesn't really exist....does it?

Well....yes. Magic is exactly the way I see it. You can't explain magic, so you don't get all hung up on the how and why. You have to accept that it's weird, it' wonderful and so what if you don't get it. As long as you get what you want then what the hell anyway right?

What you don't do is worry about it or take this wonderful stuff too seriously. I think that's where people get stuck. They try technique after technique when all they really need to do is imagine it, feel it and then let it go.

People Get Hung Up On People

We get attached to people. It's human nature. We can easily let go of things, but people are different. That's the only sticking point when trying to manifest a specific person into your life. The attachment causes resistance and the resistance is interpreted as 'not wanting' when in fact, you really, really want it.

If you can let go of the need for that person, then you will manifest them. I imagine emails from clients and texts from friends. They come to me, sometimes on the same day.

Try not to think of manifesting a person. So drop the niggle that they have their own mind and how can you bring them to you? Think of manifesting a situation that allows them to come to you or simply think of it as manifesting another part of your life. So you are manifesting a change. I know that sounds a bit confusing. For example, if I want a text from someone I simply image reading the text but don't put too much emphasis on the person. Just the words that care clearly from them.

Manifesting a Specific Person is All About You

It's all about you and your feelings. If you think a person sees you a certain way and always behaves in a negative way then that's what you will get.

Imagine them different.

Think of yourself as the play-write. You are writing the script of your life. You are creating all of the characters and giving them the personalities of YOUR choosing. Even if you can't quite get your head around this, or you only sort of believe, I challenge you just to be open minded. After all, what do you have to lose?


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