From A Lonely Place I Manifested Friends Into My Life!
First off, I wanna start this story by just expressing my utmost gratitude for this new lease on life that The Secret has offered me. It is truly something else, a take on life that I wish we all would have, and one that I try my best to apply to every aspect of my life. Life is meant to be happy, abundant and all that you want it to be. Thank you God!
My story starts from a place of loneliness. Right now I am 18 years old, but when I was at around 13 or 14 years old, my only friends were the ones I attended school with, and since this was an all girls school, the only guy friend I really had was my “boyfriend” at the time. Don’t get me wrong, I was truly grateful for my friends, but I still felt a gap that I simply wanted to fill with some friends, and this desire intensified when this “boyfriend” and I broke up. I was so very lonely and sad.
I started reading the book, The Secret, once again, just for some inspiration, but then I decided to actually try to put things into place and manifest some things I really wanted. I applied John Assaraf’s Vision Board idea and really got that up and running, but more importantly, I followed Bob Proctor’s notion of writing down how I wanted my life to be in every aspect and declaring that it had already happened and feeling thankful.
Of course I wrote down that I wanted more friends, specifically male friends. I imagined having many people to text daily and generating the feeling of having many people in my life.
Safe to say, this is the reality that I live now, 4 to 5 years later. However, these new friends did manifest about a year after asking for them. I had received a new Blackberry, joined Blackberry Messenger, and from there on, I met some of the most amazing people in life, most of which I am still friends with today, including one guy who is now my best friend. I have so many people to talk to I lose track sometimes. It’s amazing to me. This Universe exists for you and within you, and from it is everything we ever wanted.