Manifestation is all the rage these days. There is lots of talk about how our thoughts create reality. We are to push aside all negative thought and focus with intent on the good things we want in our lives.
On the other hand, people seem to know things are going to happen before they happen or minimally have impressions of things that later happen. In these cases, people aren’t attempting to manifest, but seem to know what is manifesting.
The Chicken or the Egg?
The question on the table is “Which comes first, the thought or the manifestation?” It really is a bit like the chicken and egg quandary. Does it have to be a thought in order to manifest? Or, does it have to begin to manifest (at least energetically) to create the thought?
I could make arguments on both sides of this debate. For instance, consider a very unusual accident where the experts say that the chances of such a thing happening are so low they can’t even calculate them. I could argue that no one would have likely ever considered such a situation. And, they certainly would never have attempted to manifest the accident.
On the flip side, I might argue that although unusual, designers might have considered if it is possible. Alternately, someone might have thought that the person involved in the accident seemed very accident-prone and subject to the unusual happening. In these cases, the thought was flying around in the universe with lots of leeway as to how to manifest.
Since everything a person ever experienced makes them who they are, all of the energy of their experiences is online for manifesting things in the future. Additionally, every thought that they ever had is also online for manifesting things in the future.
For those of that believe in life contracts and life plans, there is another entire layer of energy that is directing things toward particular challenges and outcomes. That energy intertwines with or supersedes thoughts and general manifestation energy. Thus, further complicating the question as to which comes first.
All that is clear is that having positive thoughts, positive intentions, and taking positive actions are the only things people can do to manifest the life of their dreams. The energy may already be online and possibly the positive outcomes would occur without thoughts, action, and intention on the person’s part. But, then again, maybe it wouldn’t.