What You Can And Cannot Manifest
There’s a lot of talk about manifestation these days. The world seems to be opening up to less conventional forms of healing and empowerment. Maybe it’s not all self-help books and seminars. And, maybe expensive therapy sessions aren’t always necessary (though, it’s only responsible to mention that therapists are important in cases of extreme trauma and mental illness—manifestation cannot address those). Manifestation is this sort of nice middle ground that recognizes that we all have more power to make the things we want to happen happen than we realized. Manifestation isn’t about magic. It has nothing to do with witches or genies. It’s about tapping into your own tools that already exist inside of you, to help you interact with the world and people in a way that increases your chances of getting what you want. It’s an important distinction to make. Here are things you can’t, and can, manifest.
You can’t manifest money
You need more money. That’s a common problem. You, sadly, cannot manifest a wad of cash in your mailbox or a mysterious direct deposit into your bank account. If you are manifesting for the aim of more money, don’t expect a huge paycheck at your door tomorrow.