At the beginning of the year, I realized I not only wanted to manifest true love in my life, I also wanted some new, single friends to pal around with because my existing friends are mostly married.
(Not that my married friends aren’t wonderful…[you know who you are]…they are just hanging out with their spouses on a Friday night.)
So, I began manifesting friendship.
Two weeks ago, last Sunday, I met two women at a gathering and we just hit it off.
We traded numbers and made plans to get together again and we’ve been pal-ing around every since.
We marvel at the fact that we’ve only known each other a little over 2 weeks because it feels like we’ve known each other for years!
Plus, we all live in the same town; we all are in some phase of transition, and we all are single.
They are the kind of friends that I can call up and say, “Whatchya doing? I’m coming over” and I love that! Frequent, spontaneous patio dinners have happened, in just that way, as a matter of fact.
These two women and the friendship we’ve formed are exactly what I wanted to manifest and I did it!
How did I manifest friendship, you say?
Glad you asked.
I did it the same way I’ve manifested everything else.
From jobs, to partnership, to parking spaces, to shopping, I have created it.
I help my clients manifest what they want, as well.
And you can do it too!
Here’s the process, in a nutshell:
1. Create your intention.
My intention was to find local, single girlfriends who were the kind of friends I could say, “Hey, I’m coming over.”
2. Put emotions behind it. Step into the feeling of it, as if it has already happened.
I felt the joy of having that kind of friendship in my life.
3. Support your intention and emotion with your actions.
I started going out and doing things that were opportunities to meet new friends.
Each step has its challenges, mostly in sustaining them, but it’s so fun and worth it, when it pays off.
Give it a try.
What are you manifesting?