Writing stories is a form of creation. You create an entire world a universe in which your characters reside. You build a world from scratch, there are no limits and no rules to what can exist or how. You create images in others’ minds with your descriptions, painting a portrait of your characters. You build their personalities and create other characters they interact with. In some ways, you leak pieces of yourself onto the pages, traits of yourself attached to characters, and as if they were real your readers will judge and form opinions of them. You can create any storyline you choose, horror, romance, and unlikely combinations. You take readers on a journey and for some into an escape from the world, they physically reside in. Through characters, we learn lessons, and we see different perspectives.
Imagine if this was how our lives worked and in a way they do. That’s the process of thinking behind manifesting though manifesting is more or less a way to streamline your focus and work towards a goal. You are the writer of your story, you can change the scenery, the main characters, you can change many things. When manifesting it is really about helping you realize that you create the life you want to live. Real-life is of course more complex since you don’t control all factors seen and unseen but only the way you handle them. We do have more say than we are led to believe. Move around a bit, go different places and add in new characters, new plot twists. That’s why it is so important to get out there and to do different things, you never know what changes may come from it.