Self

How Manifestation Went Mainstream

Even the sceptics are giving wishful thinking a go, thanks to one woman's book. Future Women meets her.

By Alice Monfries

Self

Even the sceptics are giving wishful thinking a go, thanks to one woman's book. Future Women meets her.

By Alice Monfries

Chances are you’ve heard of it. And chances are, you may have also written it off as a bit “woo-woo”, or some quack concept exclusively embraced by tarot-reading, moon-loving hippies.

It’s a term that can throw off even the slightest sceptic – and it’s a word author and mentor Jordanna Levin avoided using for years to describe the work she does helping people create their dream lives. But now, she’s proudly taking manifestation mainstream. And thanks to her ultra-pragmatic and totally logical approach – outlined in her book Make it Happen – the movement is gaining momentum.

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