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Magical manifesting

My introduction to the art of working with the law of attraction began when I watched The Secret with my mum. I remember that spark of recognition as my 21-year-old brain began to spin with all the amazing things I could create using the power of my mind. I began to set intentions around my greatest concerns at the time: attracting some cash and adventure into my life. As I watched these intentions magically manifest in my reality, I was not only in awe of the process but also aware of the old saying, “Be careful what you wish for.”

As each new opportunity popped up, as each box was ticked, I began to feel empty. Nothing about my newly manifested intentions made me feel any good and situations started to fall apart shortly after they’d shown up. The creative surfer boyfriend with famous friends turned out to be a cheat. The job turned out to be unfulfilling and the overseas adventures just made me long for home.

Many of my goals and intentions revolved around what I believed I should want rather than what my soul truly desired. I knew I’d tapped into a powerful, natural system and that the next step was to tap into my heart’s wisdom and set intentions that resonated with who I truly was.

Since then, I’ve been

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