Do you wonder if the manifestation of abundance, joy, relationships is a sin? Do you feel deep down that goodness of spirit comes from lack? If so, let’s dive deeper into these thoughts and see if they hold.
Do You Think Manifestation is a Sin?
You know it, I know it, many believe that there’s something wrong with desiring more. You could want more money, a more attractive body, or maybe the power to make a change in the world.
When you desire and want, you immediately wonder if it’s possible to achieve. Then you get into manifestation and hear about people manifesting all sorts of beautiful things. But you’re here today because a part of you thinks manifestation is a sin.
Does God Think Manifestation is a Sin?
God has given us minds to think, bodies to act with, and souls to search for his glory. Every day he manifests new life into this world, miracles, whether we recognize them or not, and God acts through you also!
Gratefulness brings us closer to the creator. You change your perspective when you manifest and see that God allows you to manifest.
No, I don’t see manifestation as a sin. Manifest all the abundance, happiness, and health that you can. He’ll so fill you with gratitude and faith that what you receive will positively impact everyone around you.
Manifest with divine faith and the intention to uplift the world’s souls, and it can not be a sin. Make manifestation a way to praise God and the heavenly cosmos.
Have a pure heart filled with devotion, and no matter what you manifest, good fruits will come from it. Vanity does not come from luxurious things; it was already there in the person that manifested them.
Manifestation is Not a Sin
The Universe and God want you to have a healthy body, enough of everything you need, and manifesting it is His way of giving to you. Receive with open arms and keep God in your mind as you give thanks.
Do you disagree? Leave a comment, and we’ll discuss it!