I’ve had a lot of success with manifestation and have documented it in many Quora posts.
The latest example was when I felt like I was stagnating in life and decided to manifest something new, fun, and challenging for myself.
In March, out of the blue I was tapped to run for office as State Representative for the Vermont House. My first reaction was, “I couldn’t possibly…” but then I reconsidered, and it’s been an exhilarating journey. I never thought I’d go into politics, but here I am, and it’s been challenging all right.
Remember that for every manifestation, you MUST be willing to jump in with both feet when the opportunity for change presents itself.
Will I manifest an election win? Honestly, I don’t know yet. It’s a big manifestation, and I’m not sure how much I really want this.
That’s another thing: If you want to manifest something truly life-changing, you can’t send mixed messages. If you have any doubt that this is what you really want, it’s not going to work.
Another thing: I saw a poster on this thread claim that no well-known person has ever used or is using LOA/manifestation, therefore it’s not real.
Actually, that’s not quite true. A lot of famous people use manifestation. They just usually don’t talk about it or call it something else that doesn’t sound quite so whacky, like the “power of intention” or “visualization.”
US President Donald Trump, for example, is one of the top LOA disciples. The great LOA guru Norman Vincent Peale, pastor and Christian LOA author of classics like The Power of Positive Thinking, was a close friend of the Trump family. Donald Trump went to Peale’s church services, and Peale officiated DJT’s first wedding.
You can absolutely see the workings of LOA in Trump’s life and behavior. Why do you think he always talks about winning and declares even setbacks to be “wins”? Why do you think he has all that gold covering the rooms at Trump Tower?
It’s the principles of “Believe without a doubt” and “Pretend it’s already yours” in action and full view.
He even TALKS like Peale. Ever notice how many times Trump says, “tremendous”? Guess which adjective occurs with disproportionate frequency in Peale’s books?
You can learn a LOT about manifestation from Trump, as well as from Rich Dad, Poor Dad bestselling author and personal-finance guru Robert Kiyosaki. He will openly talk about manifesting wealth and success.
Other successful people, like rockstar copywriter Gary Bencivenga or famous athletes, say they’re visualizing a beneficial outcome to everything they do.
It’s all there for those with eyes to see.