manifest / man·i·fest  / manəˌfest: To make evident or certain by showing or displaying. To reveal outwardly or make apparent.

Not the definition you were expecting? As a writer, I am a word-nerd and stickler for precise language. But, as an artist and witch I can appreciate poetic license and I’m not above romancing words; I like the magical aspects of manifesting, or more accurately, conjuring my desires into reality by the sheer power of will.

Conjur / kon-jer: to call or bring into existence by or as if by magic)

However, it becomes a bit of slippery slope when applied to the domain of personal development and its brain-child—the power of attraction. (Read more of my thought on this here).

Suffice to say, in my life, I strive to manifest an aesthetic that reflects my values, my desire for sovereignty, my appreciation for beauty, and my intent to keep it all simple.

To read more about magic and conjuring, browse these categories in Musings: