No, manifesting a specific person is not wrong, provided you are doing it for the right reasons. Remember, the law of attraction is based on the principle of drawing like things together. Like attracts like. So, if you’re focused on manifesting someone because you have goodness in your heart, you want to experience something beautiful, or you simply want to feel loved, then no – manifesting a specific person is not wrong.
However, as with everything in life, there are some situations where manifesting your SP can be seen as wrong. Read on to explore this topic further.
1- When it goes against your religion
Some religions outright discourage the idea of trying to manifest a specific person or even using the law of attraction and manifestation at all.
So, if you ask someone who is religious, they may tell you that this is wrong or that you’re “sinning.”
But if you do not subscribe to such beliefs or choose to follow a different path – this doesn’t apply to you!
If you genuinely have love in your heart and want to share that with someone specific, and you believe that your union would be for the highest and greatest good of all – then there is no reason to believe you are doing anything wrong.
The world needs more good people like you wishing others well – to help cancel out all the hate and darkness out there.
So anybody who tells you that they think manifesting a specific is wrong for religions reasons that don’t apply to you can be safely ignored.
2- When it’s for the wrong reason
Trying to manifest a specific person for the wrong reasons can be seen as wrong because ultimately you want to do light work.
You want to be a force for good in the world and make a positive impact.
You want to add value and love – not take away from it.
A good example of this would be if you dumped your ex, then they moved on to someone else and this made you mad. So you chose to manifest your ex back just to spite the new person in their life and make them feel bad.
This is a really crappy reason to try and manifest someone and it goes against the whole law of attraction which is based on love and positivity.
And it can even lead to bad karma for you!
So if your motives are anything less than pure, then yes – this can be seen as wrong.
3- When it’s not for the highest good
This ties in with the point above. If you’re focused on manifesting a specific person for purely selfish reasons that you know are not for the greatest good of both yourself and your specific person – then you’re likely in the wrong.
For example, let’s say you know you tend to be wishy-washy in relationships and that you start out hot and then blow cold over time.
If there’s someone who you think you want to manifest but some part of you believes that maybe once you get them, you’ll be less interested – you’re less wrong letting that play out naturally than you would be to engage the Universe in drawing them to you only to break their heart.
Another example of this is if the person you want to manifest is in a relationship and you know that they’re not happy.
You might be thinking “I can make them so much happier than their current partner does” but unless you’ve been in their shoes and know for sure that this is true, it’s best to not try and interfere.
It’s not for the highest good of all if you try to manifest a specific person away from their current partner when you don’t know the whole story.
Remember you want to send positive energy out into the world. You want a happy relationship with someone who is a good vibrational match for you.
You don’t get that when you enter the manifestation process with ill intentions.
4- When it’s not mutual
This is a big one. If you’re focused on manifesting someone and they have zero interest in you, then it’s not only wrong – it’s also has the potential to backfire!
This can be a bit of a fine line because sometimes we meet someone and there’s an instant connection but other times, it takes a little while for mutual interest to develop.
So how do you know if you’re in the wrong here?
A good rule of thumb is to wait at least 3 months before you start trying to manifest more from someone.
This gives you time to get to know them and for them to get to know you.
If during that time you start to see hints of openness on their end, then go for it!
But if you know they’re not interested at ALL (and when you know, you know), then yes, it could be seen as wrong.
5- When you’ve already been told “no”
Another situation when it’s wrong to manifest a specific person is when the answer is a distinct “no.”
Sometimes people make the mistake of thinking that just because they’ve asked the Universe for help with a manifestation that it always has to come.
But this couldn’t be farther from the truth.
Sometimes the answer is just “no” and you have to accept that. Continuing past that point is not only seen as wrong because it’s disrespectful to the Universe, but it’s wrong because you’re eroding someone else’s free will.
6- When it’s an unhealthy obsession
This is a big one and it can be a really tough pill to swallow.
There’s a fine line between wanting something and being obsessed with it, but when you’re obsessive, it means you’ve crossed that line.
If you find yourself becoming more and more obsessed with the person you’re trying to manifest to the point where it’s impacting your life in negative ways, it would be wrong to continue manifesting because it’s disempowering you.
In this case, it’s best to take a break from manifesting so you can gather yourself emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.
7- When you’re trying to control the outcome
This is a tough one because it’s hard to let go of control, but it’s so important.
When you’re fixated on how things need to play out in order for your manifestation to come true, you’re not only putting unnecessary stress on yourself but you’re also taking away from the power of the Universe.
The thing about manifestations is that they often come in ways we never could have expected or even imagined.
So when you’re trying to control the outcome, you’re really just hindering the manifestation from happening at all.
It can be hard to accept because maybe your end goal is super-specific. But if you’re so hyper-focused on that goal, you might miss the other ways that your requests are being granted. And that’s the wrong position to take.
Let’s say, for example, that you want to manifest your ex back into your life. You specifically want to get back together and you have a plan on how it’s going to happen. But what if the Universe has other plans?
What if, instead of getting back together, you end up crossing paths in a way that allows you to heal old wounds and move on? That might not be what you originally wanted, but it could be exactly what you need.
That’s why it’s important to let go of your manifestation and release your attachment to the outcome.
Trying to force a certain outcome is one of the surest ways to prevent success altogether.
So, if you find yourself in this situation, it would be wrong to continue trying to manifest a specific person into your life.
So, is it wrong to manifest a specific person? No, not at all! Provided your heart is in the right place and you’re doing it for the right reasons.
In most cases, you’re probably safe and don’t have to worry. But if you have any concerns it’s probably best to wait a while until you’re more sure of your motivations and intentions.
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I hope this article helped clear things up for you.
And good luck with manifesting your specific person.
I know you’re in it for the right reasons.