How To Manifest For Someone Else: A Simple Guide

For most of us, manifestation is about achieving something for ourselves. We all want progress for ourselves in some way. We all have our own desires, and there is always that next goal that we are reaching toward.

But here’s something you may not have considered: you can actually manifest for other people! In fact, there is something really satisfying in doing so. Many will no doubt agree that unselfishly helping others can give one a real, deep sense of purpose and meaning in life.

Now, you actually get more than this. Manifesting for others is far easier than manifesting for yourself (as I will explain later), and therefore you get a chance to hone and perfect your manifestation skills.

Let us now explore this in more depth. In a moment I will also explain how exactly one goes about doing this.

Why Should I Manifest for Others?

In manifesting for others, you are actually not only helping someone else but you get rewarded as well. Firstly, you obviously feel good by helping someone. There is nothing more satisfying than seeing a friend, relative, or generally just a person you care about succeed and be happy. We have definitely all experienced this joy.

Secondly, you are honing and perfecting your own ability to manifest. The method and process for manifesting for yourself and for others is identical. Therefore, as you do it for others, you make it easier for when you do it for yourself the next time.

When we try to manifest a goal or desire for ourselves, oftentimes there is doubt, worry, and fear associated with that goal, and this keeps us stuck. This degree of self-doubt we do not have for others—you are not nearly as emotionally tangled up in the outcome—and so all these barriers are circumvented. As you then succeed, you will be armed with a newfound faith in the workings of this power, and you can beneficially apply it to your own situation.

So, manifesting for others is not a noble task only; it will help you as well.

Can I Manifest for Someone Else? Why is This Possible?

As always with these articles, you will simply have to trust me on this. I have manifested for others several times, but, of course, I cannot exactly give definite proof of this to you. Luckily though, once you do it yourself I think you will find that this is very doable, and perhaps even extremely easy.

The number one question is this: If you are manifesting for someone else, are you not impeding on their free will? Well, consider this: any time you manifest for your own benefit, you’re inevitably nudging others along a path they might not have wandered down on their own. Manifestation is always done by the universal power, and this power inevitably controls others as well as yourself. If, for yourself, you are manifesting a better social life, this universal power would cause others to open up to you in ways they simply didn’t before. In a sense, you could say that manifestation is always overcoming what we normally think of as “free will.” We are enslaved by our own subconscious mind and are only free in so far as what ideas we choose to implant upon it.

Here’s the deal: we’re all connected by the same universal mind, and it is exactly because it is universal that we can help others as well as ourselves.

Step-by-Step: Manifesting for Another

First of all, I recommend that the beginner follows the strategy laid out in this article. This strategy more or less consists of giving oneself self-suggestions in the morning, at least once during the day, and again in bed right before sleep.

But, of course, we are trying to manifest for someone else, and that was what I promised we’d focus on. So, how do you go about it? It’s pretty much the same drill as manifesting for yourself, only that there’s likely less emotional entanglement and anxiety about the outcome.

Start by picking out what you wish to manifest for them—something they’d genuinely desire, not what you think they need. This is very important! You are not to control or coerce them, but you are to help them get more fullness out of life in the way that they desire.

If you want to use visualization, construct some imaginary scenes that imply fulfillment of their desire (I discuss this method in this article). If you want to do affirmation, craft a couple of affirmations that imply the desire. Picture your friend Joe, he is longing for a loving relationship. What scenes could you visualize, what affirmations would imply that he has now attained this? Maybe you imagine Joe telling you how happy he is. Maybe you make the simple affirmation: “Joe is ecstatic now that he is in a loving relationship.”

What you then must do (at least three times a day, as per the system I’m giving you here) is to go into a trance-like state of consciousness, from where you imagine your scene or recite your affirmation. As you may know, I discuss this often on my website. The idea of first achieving this state is so that your mind becomes more “suggestible.”

In this state, if you do visualization, loop your imagined scene over and over again. Immerse yourself into it. Imagine Joe telling you the good news. Absorb yourself into the scene as if nothing else existed. If you do affirmations, recite your affirmation(s) over and over, in a calm, effortless manner.

Feeling and emotion, if they come at all, must be completely automatic. If you artificially generate emotion through willpower, you are keeping the suggestion in the conscious mind. Secondly, you must not run a mental commentary while doing so. You must imagine or affirm, but without trying to simultaneously judge what you are doing. For the moment, the analytical mind must be shut off. Self-suggestion happens unconsciously; you may not even feel that anything is happening.

As you perform this exercise, a suggestion is developed in the subconscious. Like a seed, this suggestion will begin to germinate into physical fact. A series of events will pass, and Joe will eventually end up with his desire, and you have succeeded. It seems simple, but that’s really all there is to it. As you perfect the method of impressing the subconscious, by the law of manifestation, results must be produced.

“The Golden Rule” — Conclusion

You are now equipped with the necessary knowledge to try this. As said, it’s a great method not only for helping a friend but equally so will you benefit because you enhance your own ability in producing manifestations.

But here in the concluding section, I will draw attention to a point of the utmost importance: the “golden rule,” as some have called it, which is: only imagine lovingly on behalf of another.

Manifestation works for good and for bad. But trust me when I say that if you do not imagine lovingly on behalf of another, not only is that immoral, but you will be hurting yourself and will find yourself on a steep, slippery slope.

When you manifest for another, you must not impede what you think they should do. You should instead focus on what they would want. This is a process of giving them the fullness of life that they are meant to have, based on their uniqueness and individuality, and not controlling others by your standards. The need to control others is a result of fear, and by giving into it, you are only feeding the fear.

All in all, manifesting for someone else is a win-win for both of you. It’s a chance to enhance someone’s life while giving your own manifesting abilities a serious workout. Ready to give it a shot? Feel free to comment with any feedback or questions you may have. Thanks for reading!

Chris J.

Hi, I'm Chris. I have actively been practicing the art of manifestation for several years now, and have manifested many things in my own life. I have seen firsthand how powerful manifesting is, and how huge the result can be. On this website, I want to share my knowledge and experience from my many years of doing this and provide you with practical tips and techniques for the purpose of helping you manifest your desires and create the life that you want.

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