Someone asked me whether it is possible to manifest on behalf of others. Yes, it is. In contrast to what The Secret says, you can (and should) do this.
However, you need to be careful not to violate their free will. Just because you feel that your best friend should drop that jerk she’s with and finally find a decent guy doesn’t mean you should intervene. Everyone has to go through their own experiences, including FUBARs.
What I love to do in order to make someone else’s life better is what I call the “Goodwill Manifestation.”
The ingenious thing about it is that you leave it completely up to God what exactly happens. All you do is spread blessings to yourself and the other person or persons involved in the situation.
In a nutshell, it works like this:
I’m describing the process more in depth in my free report that you can get here.
I suggest you try this with everyone you know. This is my all-time favorite manifestation exercise because it asks for nothing, but the results can be absolutely staggering… and often instantaneous.
Have a kid who’s being bullied at school? Try this exercise and see what happens. But you’ll have to bless the bullies too, otherwise it won’t work.
Know someone who’s smart but fails regularly at tests because they get so nervous? Try this exercise.
(I recommend you don’t tell them what you did, though, neither before nor after. They may not believe you had anything to do with it, and I find that doubt and negativity from other people weakens any and all manifestation.)