A Few Words on Manifesting Your (and My) Life

Yesterday I spent the afternoon walking around the center of my little town, Gulfport, with my sister and her step-daughter, or as she calls herself, my step-niece. She’s a lovely woman, around 50. She’s had two battles with breast cancer, and a double mastectomy and has fibromyalgia, but her attitude is so positive and upbeat. She is a smart, happy woman.

When I walk around town with someone who has never been here before, I get to see the town through their eyes. Not that I take any of it for granted yet, but I do get used to seeing the building at the end of Beach Blvd, on the water, with a big sign over it, “Gulfport Casino” which is not a casino now, but a dance hall. This town is so “old” Florida. No high-rises, old Florida bungalows, old brick streets in many places. I took them to the marina district, and drove past Clam Bayou, a nature preserve which is on the edge of backwaters of the bay. It’s a great place for kayaking, and fishermen love it. There are some fishing piers built out into the water. I’ve been there, and watched fish leaping out of the water.

My sis and “step-niece” love my little town. It’s such a well-kept secret, and such a creative, liberal enclave here. My sis and I found, in a little store called the Beach Bazaar (which also houses a post office, lol) a bucket of driftwood, perfect for painting signs on. My sis has a wooden sign over her own back door to her deck which says “Scatter Kindness” and I’ve always loved it. So I bought a piece of driftwood, with the intention to paint my own sign on it for my back door, and carried it around town with me.

We were laughing because so many people stopped me on the street and asked me where I got it. My niece said, “Now you know how to meet people, lol. Just carry a piece of driftwood around.” I found out one lady who stopped me was from Fairfield CT, and was staying in Indian Rocks which is another beach community about a half hour away. She really wants to move here though. When she stopped me she said it reminded her of a sign one of her relatives had over their shop in Block Island, which is how we got into the conversation. Block Island was one of my favorite boating destinations. I have had a lot of fun over there.

My niece said it was amazing how quickly I’ve blended in with this community, and become part of it. I’ve been here just 5 months, so I guess she’s right. This morning I was thinking about that, and wondered why it was so easy for me. I think it’s like many things in my life, I just dreamed about it, consistently, imagining it happening. Imagining living in a place like this, in a small but cute house close to the water, in a creative town, meeting and hanging out with fun and very creative people. I did that all the time, as soon as the fact became apparent to me that I could move to a warmer place, near family, and never deal with winter again.

Manifestation. That’s what I did. I dreamed about it, and it manifested. Just like I dreamed about and manifested my son living with me and being free of his father. Just like I dreamed about and manifested my beautiful home in CT. And maybe, I’ve yet to know this for sure, I’ve manifested the kind of man I have wanted to have in my life. Maybe I’ve dreamed about that sufficiently and in enough detail that he’s shown up in my life. I do know if L is not that man, that I will meet him. I’ve got a good feeling about L though. 🙂

So this is the moral of this story, lol. What you think about is what you will manifest in your life. Thoughts are things, and like attracts like. It’s just the law of attraction, a real physical law. It’s what Rhonda Byrne wrote The Secret about. If you wish good things on everyone, and yourself, you will manifest good things for yourself. I truly believe that. You will get what you think about.

It works in reverse, too, which is why there is no neutral position with this law. My ex dreamed about ruining me financially, ruining my relationship with my son, and tried very hard at both of those things. The Universe (or whatever name you have for the greater consciousness) only hears the desire. It doesn’t then make the second step to how you want it for someone else. So….what he did is manifest his own ruin financially. And the ruin of his relationship with our son. It is sad to me, for many reasons, but I’ve discussed that at length in other blogs, and it’s way too much to add to this one. Suffice to say, it would have been nice to get to this point in my life with a life-partner, with someone I’d known since I was 18. But it didn’t happen. So, I am working on manifesting the rest of my life in such a way as it is happy, and rich, and full and loving.

So far so good.

Just remember, in the words of Mike Dooley (www.tut.com) who is a contributor to the book The Secret, “Thoughts become things. So think the good ones!”

Love and light, everyone.

18 responses to “A Few Words on Manifesting Your (and My) Life

  1. I thought I had a life partner, but he turned out to be a 20 years of my life partner. Then it took me a while to be ready for my 2nd life partner. It really is like a second life. Sometimes the manifesting takes a little while. But as we have proven, it does work out for the best.

    • You gotta think of Mr. Wrong and Mr. 43 as learning experiences. We are not good at picking men, when we come out of a narcissistic relationship. But with each guy you know more and more what you want in a man. And it sure beats sitting around pining for the narc. I always felt better when I’d gone on the site and made an effort to move on. Big hugs….

      • Oh I wasn’t thinking about them, really.. more that I have visualized wanting a house, children of my own, a good man/husband, for about the last 10-12 years, but none of those things have come true.. and I have had 4 or 5 long-term relationships plus countless dates, the last 20 years.. so, I just tend to think these days that life is so much more complex than we understand. In my world, there is no particular “reason” for why some people get all the love and happiness in the world, and others end up alone, etc. There is a lot that we do not know about dumb luck, fate, and how it all is connected. It doesn’t mean I think we should give up, but it is tiring sometimes, to always be on the losing side, always struggling, etc. I do keep a tiny hope that my hardest days are through though. The next half of my life should logically become a little easier I hope. All I can do is keep fighting, keep trying. I hope for the best for both you and me, friend. I will resume the dating site in a while but having a little break now. Many hugs ! 🌹🌹🌹

  2. Gosh, so true! I was born and raised in Gulfport and it is so nice to see not much has changed since I was a little girl… just upgraded a little bit. I sure hope it stays that way!

    • It is such a kind of secret, isn’t it? I checked out your blog and didn’t know about the party at O’Maddys. Even though I suspected they would have something. It’s perfect though. A friend from up north is flying in that day, so she and I will be there! Thanks!!

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