“You don't pick out this woman or that woman (or man). Pick out the state. I want to be blissfully happy, and if I were, how would I see the world? And how would the world see me?” (Catch the Mood)
Given the prevalence of posts and questions lately on the subject of manifesting a specific person, I felt this post was necessary (to those that are familiar with this/have heard it before, excuse the repetition)
It is NEVER about a specific person. He or she is NEVER what one truly desires. The true desire is ALWAYS the state, it’s always the way one desires to FEEL.
The only reason one is convinced that it must be the specific person is because they’ve conditioned the true desire by assuming that they can only have a wonderful relationship/only feel a certain way with THAT person.
Not only is that making said person a false God, it’s also adding to the word of God, which according to Neville will result in FAILURE & FRUSTRATION!!
For those that have or still are making it about a specific person, does that sound familiar? ?
Here’s the thing. No one here will tell you it’s impossible to manifest a specific person, Neville himself shares how he did just that (however, he also encourages doing the opposite).
BUT, making it about a specific person is not only limiting the being you truly are (by enslaving yourself to a false god), it makes it much more difficult to remain faithful to the state- to the actual wish fulfilled.
What we’re talking about here is no different than the person desiring wealth, so conditioning that on a lottery win. What do you think that person experiences every time they don’t win? What do you think happens to their state?
Perhaps the same thing one experiences every time the specific “who” acts in a way that doesn’t conform to the imaginal act? What did Neville say again about Failure and Frustration? ?
To repeat, your desire is NOT for that man or woman, it’s for the STATE- to be happily married, to be in a wonderful relationship. So, MOVE INTO THE STATE!!! Remain in that end, and as Neville said:
“Let him/her come, clothed in all that it takes to be happy in your world” (Power)