What a Short-Term Crush Taught me About Manifesting

Indigo_adults_manifestation_valentines_dayValentine’s Day is coming up and I thought it would be nice to write about a crush I had for the last couple months, and how that relates to manifestation and LOA (Law Of Attraction).

For two months, the crush became my favorite happy thought. He would cross my mind several times throughout the day when I was doing something mundane, like brushing my teeth or preparing dinner.

And while we had only met a couple times, there was something yummy about the connection. I also think it was felt on his end.

HOWEVER… I have learned from manifestation in the past is that there is the perfect amount of thought that goes into a manifestation.

Too little thought and/or energy/emotion will not bring about the desired circumstances.

Too much thought and/or energy/emotion and it makes the entire situation feel off balance and also will not bring about proper manifestation.

In this case, it was too much thought energy.

Making my crush my happy thought (and what I mean by that is that thinking of him and our interaction in a very non-specific way that would inexplicably warm my heart) created so much energetic momentum on my end that the next time we met it was like there was this huge pressure behind me that I had created for myself.

And while I do my best to have such thoughts without expectation (like expecting this highly-intuitive man to also be having happy thoughts about me or to sense my heart’s intent and match it equally), it has rarely worked out like that.

This relates to Law of Attraction because when I put a lot of energy behind my manifestations, regardless of what they are, it often doesn’t get me where I want to go. It just puts me in a situation that is similar to the vision I worked with in consistent manifestation meditation, but the thoughts and emotion behind it are distracting rather than helpful and peaceful.

For example, lets say that someone wants to be a movie director. Instead of it coming to the person easy-peasy and in due time (with a sense of proper flow), it comes in an off-kilter way. Some ways over-manifestion shows up is by:

(1) creating such a built up energy in the moment that it is hard to think clearly for the manifestor
(2) coming with neediness (this happens when the manifestation is very, very far away from where the manifestor is standing at the moment)
(3) it manifests but is be short lived.

But maybe that’s just how it seems to work for me.

Anyone agree or disagree with this? Have any other indigo adults had other results from being over-zealous about putting thought and energy into manifestations?

~ Peace ~

Indigo Leslie

2 thoughts on “What a Short-Term Crush Taught me About Manifesting”

  1. I was experiencing something very similar around this time. I had forgotten how good it felt to crush and not having any (well mostly) expectations from his end made it all the more fun. I know what you mean about manifestations. I’m too close to something right now, I want it so much that I don’t know what to do. I’m not used to feeling this way.

    I’m so glad to have found your blog. Thank you thank you thank you for writing it. You are an angel to me.


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