Back when I was in high school, I was writing a lot. Granted, I started writing from a very early age, but high school is when I became really dedicated. And next to horror stories, sad poems, and other literary forms, I eventually started writing about what I wish would happen. From failed relationships I wish would continue, to some minor things in my life, I wrote about it in so much detail I could almost see it as a movie. And then the stories would come true – I began to manifest successfully my deepest desires.
Not all of them, not right away, and not exactly as I imagined, but many did, and some with striking precision. For example, a couple of years ago I fell for a guy. I wish he would message me, show some sort of interest. So I wrote him into a poem, a very detailed one, spilling my guts, and I called it 21:03.
At 21:03 that evening, he liked something on my Facebook page – our first digital interaction ever. I manifested a relationship with my now husband, despite him initially telling me he didn’t feel anything but friendship towards me. Years and years back, I manifested getting back together with my ex.
But how did that work? I used no crystals, no affirmations as such – I simply wrote about it. But the way I did made all the difference. So if you like writing, you can give it a try as well, just make sure you do these:
Go Into Detail.
If you write your story just to write it, it’s not likely it will manifest successfully. You need to really be there. Imagine yourself in that situation – what are the colors like? What does it smell like? How do you feel? How is your body reacting? Once you’ve actually lived it and been there, you’re telling the Universe how much you want it. But in order to be able to do this, you need to set aside some time and be alone and focused when you’re writing it.
You Have to Really Want It.
There’s no such thing as “let me just write about this little thing to see if I can manifest successfully”. The two main reasons things didn’t happen for me are lack of details and actual time spent writing; and the fact that I didn’t really yearn for the thing I was writing about. This isn’t some magic power that can give you anything you put on paper – it’ll only happen if you really, really want it.
And that is really it – it’s that simple. I was shocked time and time again when I’d see my old stories and poems and find out the things I wrote about in there actually came to be. So, if you like writing, go for it: paper, laptop, it doesn’t matter. All you need are a strong desire, focus, and the ability to really paint a picture of what you want.