Manifestation: How to get what you want

Asking For What You Want

Do you ever notice, we always get what we ask for?  More times than not though, things appear out of the blue and we scratch our heads wondering – Why did this happen?  I didn’t ask for this nor do I need this now!  It just proves to me that we don’t always realize or remember we’ve asked.  Perhaps our heart or soul asked for something and we didn’t hear it.  A likely possibility, especially with the important things in our life.

Making a Request

It’s much easier when we state a conscious request, especially when we’re not attached to an outcome and there’s a lot of emotion and passion behind the request.  There’s a good chance we’ll recognize the manifestation when it appears.

Another great way to manifest is to state: “I never want ______!” This, in my experience, is the fastest, most effective and efficient way to get exactly what it is you never want!  It blows my mind sometimes how fast these “never’s” can manifest!  We are so passionate about what it is we don’t want that lo and behold – there it is – signed, sealed and delivered!

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The universe doesn’t hear “never” or “don’t” it just delivers what is in that blank space.  Personally, I’ve stopped saying “I never . . .”  years ago.  I believe all the “never’s” I’ve said in the past have all manifested, so I’m good now and choose to stay that way!

Like I mentioned above, it’s easier if you remember what you asked for because we can’t guess how the universe will deliver the goods.  Many times, it comes in a surprise package that can’t be anticipated, and we may not appreciate what it looks like.  We may even resist the very thing we asked for simply because it doesn’t fit our picture or perceptions.  Many of us resist change and/or simply don’t like it!

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I know a lot of people who state emphatically: “I want to be happy!” and what they get looks and feels like the total opposite – or that’s what it seems like at the time.  They may lose a job, a relationship or move to a different location.

Perhaps those things were contributing to their unhappiness and they were ready to move on and leave those things behind but were resisting change. These circumstances were their burdens to begin with.

Maybe it’s good to clean out the old before the new can come in.  I realize I can’t feel happy until I’m honest with myself and recognize and acknowledge my unhappiness.  I feel if we’re asking for change or something new, we’ve reached a level of awareness and therefore ready for something better.  Many people must “hit bottom” before real change can occur.  It’s a place of total surrender, nonresistance and allowing.  We are then ready to give up “my way” and allow others to contribute to us.

I also believe in Grace.  If you’re going to believe in anything in this world – believe in Grace.  I’ve counted on Grace many times in my life and it’s always there.  Thank you!

Years back I experienced a very intense period.  I moved into a new home, my mom passed away and I was in Peru/Bolivia for three weeks, getting dysentery halfway through the trip.  These events stressed and pressed me to my limit, beyond anything I had ever experienced before.  All said and done . . . life changing.

Once the dust settled, I asked myself: Why did I have to go through such an intense time?  The answer was: You asked for it.  Oh my goodness, I guess I did.  I had to look back a few months then I remembered asking: What’s next for me?  When I asked, I was at a place of contemplation and recognized an ending in my life as my mother was nearing her death.

I could feel a demarcation, a line in the sand of sorts, regarding my life path.  It was time for a change, and I had no idea what that could be.  I also had no idea what this change would look like or how it would manifest.  Thank God, or I would’ve taken a rain check.

Turns out what was next for me was peace – in just being me.  I’ve gone from looking for and healing my pieces to being at peace.  I’ve noticed less stress and anxiety in my body, which is a very welcomed change.  I have more motivation to get things done and want to get out more.  Overall, I feel happier, open-hearted and accepting of myself.  Sometimes I feel the “old” trying to come in again, but that’s ok – I recognize it and choose to return to peace.

I’m also noticing physical manifestation is coming easier lately too.  I had a few random thoughts about some things I wanted – for example: a handy man to help with replacing the garage window, some curtain rings, and door mats.  I received all three in one day!  What a gift!  I’m indeed grateful.

Asking for what you want is a good thing.  Just remember to let go of the “how” it looks before it gets to you!!

Jot down anything you would like to manifest! Be as specific as possible. Make sure to add how you would like to feel, what would it look like and anything you would like to hear. It’s important to include all your senses when doing this exercise.

My post on Florence Scovel Shinn has some great manifestation affirmations that are very easy to use and really effective!!

5 responses to “Asking For What You Want”

  1. AmyRose🌹 Avatar

    Donna, I’m still in the process of letting go of all involved regarding and the events surrounding my mother’s death. Until I do, I will not be able to move forward. I know this. I’ve asked humbly for Grace and Mercy until I arrive at Forgiveness Gate (again) and the Letting Go Port (again). The betrayal and the pain and downright evil connected to my Mother’s death, if you knew, would honestly shock you. To know I’m connected “by blood” to this family makes me very very humble and grateful for the self-work I have done on myself to change me. I feel like a horse in the starting gate, unable to move forward until that bell rings. I’m more then willing to do this because under no circumstances do I want any fragment to rear it’s head in the future bringing with it undue stress. No. I take care of business now. GREAT post, and again you got me thinking. Thank you!!! 🌹

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    1. Donna Guillemette Avatar

      Hi Amy! I have a lot of compassion for you and your situation with your family. I know from reading your posts that you are indeed moving on and willing to feel all those feelings others wouldn’t even consider entertaining feeling – in order to heal. That has you out of the starting gate and on the track, the right track. Give yourself a lot of space to just be without judging yourself in any way, be easy with you and take good care!! You don’t have an easy job healing the family patterns – not easy at all, but I know you are, as you say, taking care of business! Lots of love to you and I’m thinking of you! Love, Donna

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      1. AmyRose🌹 Avatar

        Donna, your words mean so much to me! This journey has been one so hard with no unseemingly end in sight. I have been giving myself a lot of space and only interacting here when my Guidance tells me to. I have at least 3 more posts coming with pictures of that magical morning a few days back. It’s been too cold out today and probably tomorrow for me to get my Canon out there …. teens brrrrrrrrr ….. When the weather warms up I will be getting more pics but for now I captured a Treasure in that one morning. Taking my own advice I am focusing on Beauty and in the quiet I am allowing myself away from it all, I am coming to terms in my way with everything that has happened. Perhaps one day I’ll write about it. Not now though. It is just too fresh and raw. Much Love to you! 💝

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        1. Donna Guillemette Avatar

          I look forward to your photos! We just got snow here too – over a foot in 2 days! This is not that common here in the midlands of England, but I am happy for the beauty! They also don’t have plows – ugh!!! I wish I had a great camera like you, the snow on the trees was beautiful and it lasted for a few days!! Beauty is a wonderful thing to focus on my friend!! Love to you!<3

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          1. AmyRose🌹 Avatar

            Love in return, Donna. I may be going out today with my camera. Depending on the temperatures of course. And if it were not for plows I don’t know how we would continue driving here. Much Love to you! 💝

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