If you’re reading this, you’re more likely than not familiar with the concept of manifesting a specific person into your life in some way.
In this pursuit of getting your thoughts on the right track and shedding preexisting conditioning and limiting beliefs, you’ve probably stumbled upon the help of many videos, blogs, and coaches (like our amazing Roxy)!
One coach in particular I wanted to talk about today is Joseph Alai, also known as “Divine Imagination,” on YouTube. I absolutely love his videos, but especially his “EXHAUSTIVE GUIDE: Manifesting a Specific Person (Neville Goddard Techniques)” one. However, something he talked about at around the 10 minute mark sparked wonder in me.
Joseph, along with many other manifestation creators, talk about “living in the end.” In the video, he states that if your ultimate goal is to marry your specific person, then you must intend for that, and if you intend for anything in the middle of that, then you could potentially ruin things in your manifestation. He says that he “sees this mistake a lot.”
He especially speaks about this at the 15 minute mark; about how we must live in the VERY end, for example your honeymoon after marrying your specific person.
Joseph mentions that this event will unfold perfectly and naturally at the will of God/Source, and that a series of events will take place in order for this exact situation to happen, but if you manifest scenes in the middle that (text message, date, etc.), this could “ruin,” that end result of marriage.
If you're anything like me, this is going to confuse you and even piss you off to hear at first, “but I thought I was the creator of MY reality?!” — and, yes you are. Don’t worry about this notion. This isn’t to discredit Joseph, but there are a plethora of beliefs on this subject and I believe whatever is applicable for you will manifest itself that way.
So, fear not, because our very on RoxyTalks has entire video dedicated to this subject, basically debunking this idea. It is called “Living From The End (New Techniques)”, in which she discusses that we are more than allowed to manifest multiple scenes that fall in the middle, because they are ultimately all leading up to that end result of marriage or whatever it is your might want with your specific person in the end. I recommend watching the entire video, but she hones in on this at the 5 minute mark with her “Netflix“ analogy.
To conclude, Roxy and Joseph are essentially saying two different things and while I love Joseph’s ideas, I happen to resonate with Roxy’s perspective on this topic more, but, I wanted to know what you guys thought.
Do you set the very last intention and let the Universe ”fill in the blanks,” or do you set many gap-free intentions? Who holds the pen in your story writing? You? or God?
I’ve attached images of my comment on Joseph’s video to give you some more context, and an actual example from my own situation. — Bree