And which one are you after? Is it true you need to know what type of manifestation you’re going for, because each manifestation has a slightly different process to manifest?

Examples: Well there is the Physical, Mental, Ownership, and Spiritual Manifestation.

Physical- you are creating something, a website, a book, system, or just re-arranging.

Mental- is something that happens in the head, new idea, theory, belief etc.

Ownership- is about you changing something, to own something.

Spiritual-covers the whole system of manifesting, some can manifest easily, and others cannot.

Of course there is always a process to follow with manifestation using the law: the mental, then physical, or ownership, then the mental, and the mental, physical, and ownership, they are the aspects of the spiritual manifestation.

I hope this helps Stingray

asked 23 Oct '10, 01:08

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Can you give an example of what you mean by different types of manifestation?

(23 Oct '10, 01:50) Stingray

I'm with Stingray - interesting question, but don't all manifestations use the same procedure even though the end results may look different (physically) ?

(23 Oct '10, 01:56) Michaela

See examples above. Thank you both for your comments, and I am looking forwards to reading your answers.

(24 Oct '10, 22:17) Inactive User ♦♦

Sorry Vee - I still don't quite get it. Everything has to exist first in the mental realm before it comes into physical form - the thought of a thing always comes before the physical manifestation.

(25 Oct '10, 00:51) Michaela

@ Michaela, apparently, you did not read my last sentence properly, because the steps are listed in the appropriate order in my last sentence starting with the mental etc. The rest of the examples were just examples, no order. I hope there is more clarity now. Thank you.

(26 Oct '10, 04:13) Inactive User ♦♦

This is interesting, I'd like to hear more. Do you have a specific example?

(28 Jun '12, 16:46) AlicianFields

@AlicianFields - I believe the original writer of this question copied the information from here: so you might find more related ideas at that website

(28 Jun '12, 17:04) Stingray

@Stingray, do you believe that? the quote above and in the link that if we don't define what type of manifestion we're after, we're just wondering in the dark? Doesn't feel right to me. I guess more detail the better? Hmmmm... Whats the label do for it?

(29 Jun '12, 00:04) Grace

@Grace - To my belief system, it seems like unnecessary complication, almost as though the author is trying to find something new to say about manifesting ideas that hasn't been said before. But, at the same time, if someone finds that kind of detailed breakdown helps them come into alignment with their beliefs about the subject then it's of value to them and they will probably benefit from pursuing those ideas - and then it doesn't matter one bit what someone like me thinks :)

(01 Jul '12, 00:45) Stingray

@Stingray, you remind me of Anita Moorjani, "Whatever you believe, you will find that you are correct."

(01 Jul '12, 13:24) Grace
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Manifestation is a process. That which is manifested from the process is unlimited. Therefore, there is unlimited types of manifestations.

However, if you want to provide divisions in the process of manifestation: There is the manifestation of the "DESIRE" to be, do, or have something. Then there is the manifestation of "THOUGHT" that arises from the desire. Then there is the manifestation of "ACTION" in accord with the thought that brings into physical realization of the original desire.


answered 23 Oct '10, 12:27

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edited 23 Oct '10, 19:02

Desire, thought, and action are a great combination to manifesting what you want. Thank you for your answer.

(24 Oct '10, 22:23) Inactive User ♦♦

If you want to draw or paint something you can take anything that makes a lasting impression such as a crayon, a piece of charcoal, and use what ever that will allow you to place an impression upon it such as a piece of paper or a canvas.

Neither the charcoal nor the canvas defines the "idea" that was expressed through the impression you created.

You can call it a charcoal drawing, a painting, a work of art, and none of those have authority over the "idea" that you were trying to capture.

You can go to school and learn all the "techniques" of artistic expression out there until you convince yourself and everybody else that you are an "artist" because you have the "knowledge" to authenticate your education.

You can learn art history, know every technique of art ever invented, and specialize in the knowledge of all the movements of art.

After doing all of this you could go to a village in Africa and watch a child drawing something on the ground with a stick and ask yourself "Oh my God" this child has talent, somebody should teach this child "How to Draw" Correctly!.

However, is there a difference between a child in Africa doodling on the ground with a stick and an artist in a climate-controlled studio creating the next masterpiece on a large canvas?

If you believe that there is a difference, then it is important for you to learn the best "technique" of manifestation and learn to quantify and label all the "techniques" of manifestation that are out there.

If you do not see a difference between the child and the artist, then you do not need to keep searching for a technique for manifestation.

You only need to discover that the content of your consciousness IS your manifestation.


answered 29 Jun '12, 01:18

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edited 29 Jun '12, 01:23

"The content of your conciousness IS your manifestation - I'm framing that! Thanks for another wonderful answer.

(29 Jun '12, 02:01) Catherine

I am a manifestation artiste! :) I never thought of it in that light before, got a nice ring to it. Thank you for the fresh perspective, Traveller.

(29 Jun '12, 02:23) Grace

Thank you for your kind words Catherine.
I want you to try this experiment.
If you are really going to do that, I want you to go ahead and change that statement to something slightly different so that it becomes "your" idea.
If you feel comfortable doing that, then you will know that you trust your inner self.
That last line is beautiful but, at the same time, they are just words.
The meaning within it does not have to be imprisoned by that one sentence.

(29 Jun '12, 02:27) The Traveller

Thank you Grace. :)

(29 Jun '12, 02:32) The Traveller

@The Traveller - very interesting ... when I try to put it into my own words it doesn't sound as powerful ... I guess I need to work on trusting my own inner being. Very thought provoking response - thank you.

(29 Jun '12, 03:20) Catherine
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