Manifestation can be understood as a self-help and debatably spiritual exercise of speaking and mindfully practising your reality, a three-way junction of visualization, verbalization and directed efforts towards the sought desire. This practice can be traced back to the 19th century when Phineas Quimby’s New Thought movement laid emphasis on the power of wishful positive thinking in addition to the existence of similar concepts like the interconnection of the mind, body and universe with the ‘Law of attraction’ which signals how what you think, say and believe affect actuality. This concept has seemed to grab our minds which struggle with grappling with some sense of control in these unpredictable times as reflected in the Google search trends of the past five years which indicate the rise in questions about manifestation and its ways. Various psychological approaches have been made which seem to believe that manifestation did in a mindful, healthy and practical way can prove to be a game-changer. In the words of Dr Denis Fournier: “Manifestation is about creating a vision for the future, putting energy and intention into making that vision a reality, and then aligning your thoughts, emotions, and actions accordingly so that your vision can come into fruition.” It is crucial to note that this isn’t equivalent to wish-making and constant efforts in addition to energy are a must for any manifestation to work. Manifestation in your daily life can be the pump of positivity and belief in yourself that all of us need today.
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