Self-development coach, Roxie Nafousi, explains how manifesting works to shape your life

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Self-development coach and manifesting expert Roxie Nafousi explains how manifesting works and how it can be used to help improve your work life, home life and relationships.

Roxie explains to Olivia Petter how to think of the process, how to perform the act of manifesting and the best ways for it to be applied to your life.

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“Manifesting is the ability to use the power of your mind to change and create the reality you experience, and it feels magical. There’s this kind of magical feeling to it because when you get to the real grips of manifesting, you start to use it in your life. you really are able to attract anything that you want, you can make things happen that you thought maybe are impossible," she says.

“But it’s not magical at all it’s essentially just a soft development practice and I always say that manifesting is an umbrella and self-development just falls underneath it.”

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In an interview with Bazaar, Roxie stated that these are the ways to manifest:

  • Know your worth
  • Create a vision board
  • Do the work
  • Trust when things go wrong

Source: IndependentBazaar

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