It wasn’t too long ago when I found myself taking care of my grandson and could not find a binky anywhere. After searching, my daughter said she forgot to bring one. No big deal. We got this.
Late morning, I was washing dishes and Royce was near the desk. When he turned to face me, I did a double take. He had a binky in his mouth. I sent a text to my daughter, and she replied: “I’m telling you this boy be teleporting binkies.” Later, I showed her the binky and she swore it was one of his new ones that had not ever made it to my place.
Backstory: When Royce was two months old, he was crying in his bassinet. His parents searched frantically for a binky. After a couple of minutes, he stopped crying. They ran into the bedroom and saw he had binky in his mouth and was fast asleep. Two options here: He teleported it (manifested it) or Spirit gave it to him.
On another note, a student who attends one of my online classes shared that a couple she knows got it in their heads to manifest being billionaires. After years of putting the request out to the Universe, it was returned recently when the husband signed with a company named Billionaire. His wife said that he should be a little more specific when manifesting. True, true.
Finally, my grandson is now tall enough to get a glance of what is on my writing table. The other day he saw my mouse and grabbed it. I said that it was Grammy’s, so I took it and put it back. He was OK with it. Later, I picked up from the Royce visit. I sat down and saw that my mouse was gone. I looked everywhere, not to be found. I sat back down and what was at the side of my laptop: My mouse. Did I manifest that back or did Royce teleport it?
We all have the ability to manifest. First and foremost, we must believe that it can be done. I would love to hear your stories about manifesting. Please share them if you have a chance.
Blessings of Peace and Love!
Lori Carter is a freelance writer and Spiritualist Medium -- truly a Spiritual Being, and aren't we all.