Thoughts on Manifesting A Positive Outcome

Victor Frankly wrote a book called Man’s Search for Meaning. Victor is a survivor of the concentration camps. The book is worth reading. Imagine the strength of those who survived.

In his books explained that some died before they reached actual gas chamber. Fear makes us die before the horrible event. Yet, those who said I will survive, did indeed survive. Because of their single determined thought, that they repeated with full positivity and belief.

Fear is negative and it attracts the thing we fear.

We all know the law of attraction, we attract what we think. So be positive. Fear will make your immune system weak.

Say, I am perfectly healthy and safe, and so to is everyone else. This will manifest health.

Don’t let fear rule you. Don’t, read too much into the statistics. Define your own outcome. Defy the statistic, by a single positive thought, that is repeated and manifested.

We are stronger than any virus. Just keep positive, and keep your thoughts and heart positive.

We are healthy, we are taking safety physical measures. Most of all keep your mind and thinking positive. Fear weakens your immune system. Limit your time watching the news, watch daily to be updated but then stop watching it. And don’t forget to meditate daily.


Stay positive it will keep you strong. Manifest positivity. Manifest Health.

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25 thoughts on “Thoughts on Manifesting A Positive Outcome

  1. wise advice in at this time Bella, thanks!

    VF was a psychiatrist before he was interned, and I highly recommend this book! I had read it before but we studied it in more detail during my chaplaincy course and it took on even deeper meaning. Well worth the read, especially at this time 🙂

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    1. Thanks Robbie. Wonderful to know your family is well. Stay well enjoy the slower pace of life, or are you still working from home?

      You are so good about your writing. I want to write a book, or two, but just don’t know where to start.

      Been meditating a lot as per my naturally and deeply silence post.

      Enjoying just being quiet.

      Take care and stay safe. Our baby dinosaur are cute. I have yet to read the post.

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      1. I haven’t posted it yet, Bella. I pan to post it on Wednesday. I am still working so my life is a bit hectic with work, both boys studying from home and needing help and all the washing and cleaning. My parents are staying with us too and my hubby is also working from home so we are a full house. I am doing the positive mantras you advocate so beautifully. I haven’t gotten as far as meditation yet.

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