Manifesting Weight Loss After I Gave Up On Changing My Body…

I’m quite flippin’ excited! In the past three weeks, I’ve lost 5 pounds!

For years, I didn’t weigh myself. I avoided doctors and scales, so I don’t know how much I weighed at my ‘heaviest.’ I do know that in May 2019 when I initiated drastic changes to my diet, I wore a size 18 (or a 16 in more forgiving brands).

In July, people started to recognize that I’d lost weight. I didn’t quantifiably know how much I’d lost to that point.

All I knew? Well… a few things:

  1. I felt (still feel) incredibly energetic every day. Never before May did I feel this physically energized. I notice whenever I feel tired these days it’s not about being tired physically, but rather mentally/emotionally. (There are other areas of my life where I’m ready for some changes!)
  2. I no longer feel gnawing hunger that compels me to eat 4-5 small meals in six hours at night. (Before May I might be starving at 4, eat potatoes, then hungry again an hour later and make other veggies, and then hungry again an hour after that and eat some chips, and hungry another hour later, so on and lots of calories consumed!)
  3. It was like somebody had finally given my sugar addiction a chill pill, and it was lovely to not feel like I’d die if I didn’t eat sugar every single day. (More below on my temporary fall back into near-daily candy consumption)
  4. My clothes DEFINITELY fit differently.

So when others started commenting on how much I appeared to have lost and a friend offered to let me use her scale, I weighed myself. She said to me, “You look like you’ve lost 45 pounds!” That day (and I was silly enough not to write down the dates of my first weigh-ins), I weighed 211. About four weeks later, I stepped on the scale again and saw the number 208.

On September 3, after a weekend of indulging in lots of candy corn (yeah, I know, I’m weird for loving candy corn), I had my third weigh-in. Back up to 211.

I was dreading another weigh-in though I had planned to check in on the scale this week. Then yesterday when I saw the friend whose scale I use, she said, “You look skinnier than the last time I saw you!” That put a big-ass smile on my face. (I wore my size 16 Levi’s jeans yesterday, which when I first got them, left impressions in my puffy belly because they were tight, and they’re now very, very roomy…)

Yesterday, I weighed myself for the fourth time. And the scaled showed 206. So, in three weeks, I’ve lost 5 pounds!

The diet changes that are helping me lose 1-2 pounds each week are, as I mentioned, drastic. Before I explain them, I want to share a little bit of my dieting history.

When I was 14 and a freshman in high school, my mother, sister and I went on a diet. It was a diet “invented” by a maternity nurse from a Philly hospital. Basically she made a Franken version of Atkins and Weight Watchers. We had our first weigh-in around January 1, 2006 after two weeks of “eat whatever you want because soon you won’t be able to” shenanigans.

I don’t, honestly, remember my ‘top’ weight from that time. I do know that I spent six months going to weigh-ins every Saturday, eating tuna fish with mayo (nothing else) or a salad with exactly 1 tbsp of salad dressing for lunch at school every day, and perpetually feeling hungry except on Saturday, Sunday and Monday when we were allowed one “carb” per day. (This was not measured in grams of carbs, but in portions of specific foods; we could eat one medium potato or two slices of bread or ½ cup of pasta.)

The dream was to hit our goal weight not just to be skinny but so we could then enjoy hard pretzels to “maintain” weight rather than keeping losing. Because pretzels sounded really fucking exciting when I was trying to swallow canned tuna + mayo as fast as possible.

The diet worked… sorta.

I lost 30 pounds in six months. I got down to a size 8. That summer I had a two-piece bikini that I actually felt good in. Mom stopped wanting to pay for weigh-ins (it was $3 per person per week to be measured on a scale in a borrowed doctors’ office). And I essentially stopped following the diet. Though Mom tried to keep me eating whole wheat pasta (barf) instead of regular white pasta and she continued to use her weekly food log.

Around the end of high school, I started experiencing frequent gas and intestinal discomfort. I didn’t really know the source, though my guess was I’d grown lactose intollerant because dairy seemed to be in the meals that led to acute symptoms. (And the only other food allergy I’d heard of at the time was peanuts.)

For years, the gastro problems worsened and I gained weight.

I lost medical insurance at 22 years old and before that I’d never thought to see a doctor for the belly pains and poo problems, so I didn’t pay out of pocket to get help after.

I’ve shared about this before… In April 2018, after receiving an intuitive message to stop eating gluten during one of the worst incidents of stomach pains of my life, I stopped eating gluten. I noticed immediately that my belly was doing better. I stopped spending so many nights in the bathroom.

Yay for relief!

I ate lots of potatoes after that, because I’d created the belief that I only feel full when I eat “carbs” and potatoes have always been my favorite. But to be honest, I still felt gnawing hungry every day. I rarely, if ever, felt satisfied for more than an hour after eating.

Also — and I didn’t really take notice until this changed — I used to spend HOURS of my life obsessing over what foods I would eat next. I was in near-constant decision fatigue because although I’d cut out gluten I still had so many other food choices available.

So in May after my friend Jacquelynne K Holmes shared with me her curiosity about the carnivore diet and sent me some links to YouTube videos about it, I too got curious about what would happen if I only really ate meat, eggs, and cheese. I wanted to feel fuller while eating less food (from a practical money standpoint I felt like I spent so much money on food to never really feel satisfied), and seeing people like Dr. Ken Berry talk about feeling satisfied eating meat-only made me wonder if it was the best way for me too.

More than anything, my hope was to feel better in my body! It wasn’t truly tied to a specific result, certainly not a weight-loss type goal.

And that’s when I loaded myself up with Angus burgers from Walmart, and eggs.

I found quickly that I love eating in a way that is essentially more restrictive than the diet I resented at 14 years old because of its restrictions. (Ironic, right?)

I found that one ⅓-pound beef patty topped with 1 tbsp of butter leaves me more satiated for longer than a plate of meat, potatoes, and broccoli used to.

I avoid vegetables except on rare occasions. If the mention of poo problems above made you uneasy, I’m not sure why you’re still reading and the next sentence will make you uncomfortable: I swear, I’ve found that if I eat even one grape tomato, I feel constantly over the next 24 hours or so like I have to poop. The gas and pressure on my bum are no fun and so I generally avoid vegetables. I’ve chosen to deal with the consequences to eat steak “salad” at Chipotle maybe three times this summer.

I do find I can usually eat a pickle and not have a problem; there seems to be something about fermentation that works for my belly. (This is actually a standard part of the argument for the carnivore diet; that cow stomachs are built to process vegetables in a way that human stomachs aren’t.)

I also cut out sugar from my coffee (used to drink up to three cups a day with 2-3 tbsp of sugar in each cup!). It only took a few days before I actually really enjoyed my coffee with half-n-half but no sugar. [I’ve since bought SweetLeaf Stevia with two flavors, Vanilla Creme and Caramel, and they’re a nice treat when added into my coffee.]

As I mentioned above, I was totally sugar free for about 21 consecutive days. Then I started allowing myself ice cream once a week. For a while after candy corn showed up in the local Rite Aid, I did go a little crazy eating candy corn a few times a week…. I learned that it’s hard to talk my mind out of sugar UNLESS I’ve been diligently about eating/drinking fats. Bulletproof coffee is my current trick for relaxing my mind and getting off the idea of walking to go get more candy corn LOL

OH MY GOD!!! And I haven’t shared one of the most exciting results thus far! By the time I weighed-in this August at 208 pounds, I found I have slimmed down enough to fit in a size 14. It’s been literally 10 years or more since I fit a size 14!

At least once a week, someone else asks, “Hey, have you lost weight?!” and I’m so excited to share with them as much as they’ll let me!

Here’s the thing… Before that fateful conversation with Jacquelynne about how intrigued she was with the carnivore diet, I’d come to believe my health was probably as good as it would ever be. I was convinced I was meant to be “fat” and always would be unless I put in six hours a day at the gym. (I only prayed I never needed to ask for a size bigger than 18.)

I also thought shopping would always be a traumatic thing for me. (I avoided clothes shopping for years; I bought myself shoes, purses and two jackets in the years before May 2019, and any of the clothes I wore were given to me in bags by friends for whom I provided the valuable service of taking the things they didn’t want to wear anymore. LOL) Even when I was the skinniest I’ve ever been — that summer I wore a size 8 — I could have an absolute breakdown in the dressing room. The number on the tag meant that much to me, and seeing a camel toe could make me hyperventilate.

I took myself to Marshall’s in August and I actually had FUN trying on new clothes. I didn’t know for sure what size I would be though I’d guessed based on the way my Levi’s were fitting that I was at most a size 14 now. So I took a bunch of pants into the dressing room and I almost did a jig when I tried on size 14’s from Abercrombie & Fitch! (The cool-girl brand I never got to buy or wear in high school.)

They fit! They cost $30 though and I actually thought to myself, “I don’t know how long I’ll wear a size 14, I might be a size 12 next month” and so I held off on purchasing. Because let’s be honest, I think it would be fun to be a size 6 (maybe a 4 in “forgiving” brands) and now that I’ve totally upset (in the best way) the I’ll-always-be-a-size-16/18 paradigm I’d been living in…

I don’t see why I couldn’t drop to a size 4/6! There’s always BEEN a “skinny” Rosella inside; I know this because every time I imagined myself wearing a chic outfit, I imagined a lean body without lumps and bumps and wobbly bits.

It’s been incredible to me to witness this shift in my identity. I’ve gone from a woman who simply hoped never to gain enough to have to wear a bigger size, to believing I was worthy of feeling physically better, to now knowing that I am capable of losing weight. My body is capable of miracles. I CAN look the way I’ve always wanted to look, and I can enjoy the journey to that ‘end result’.

Please know I’m truly, truly enjoying the journey! It’s fun to observe changes in myself and to have opportunities to make choices for the improvement of my health.

And I’m really, really feelin’ myself in these size 14 Ellen Tracy pants. 😉 (Though forgive the shitty picture quality)

Now it’s your time —

Create a life beyond belief!

xoxo Rosella

I can answer your manifestation question

Manifesting Q&A: Answering Your Manifestation Questions

I get asked questions about how to manifest, and I LOVE answering! Today’s post is a roundup of some recent manifesting questions you’ve had for me, along with my responses.

Today, I’m answering a manifestation question on finding blocks to manifesting, another on what it means when it didn’t show up on your deadline, and another on how to manifest a neighbor moving. Read on for the wisdom!

Do you know where you can ask me more of your manifestation questions? There’s a free Facebook group called Manifesting Good Shit hosted by me! It’s where I share daily guidance, do live videos, answer every single manifestation question you have, and celebrate your manifesting wins with you!


Manifestation Question 1: What if you don’t know what your blockage is… How did you figure that out?

A: When I manifested the love of my life, and freedom from emotional abuse, and a Penthouse apartment, I didn’t know there were such things as “blocks.”

I deliberately chose to ignore reasons or ideas that said I couldn’t have what I wanted. I processed (FELT & released) any emotion around not having what I wanted, like when I doubted I could find love and made the decision (again) that I would find love. So… maybe don’t look for fucking blocks.

Give yourself whatever you can possibly give yourself right now to meet your own needs whether emotional, mental or physical. The experiences you desire will have no choice but to show up for you then!

We get more of what we think about so if you keep asking what’s blocking your manifestation, you’re going to manifest more “blocks.” More obstacles will show up to keep you from what you want.

I don’t mean to say that you shouldn’t be self-aware or that doing inner work to remove limiting ideas are a waste of time. But… sometimes the thing you need to do to manifest what you want is to take a break from all the inner work, and just BE.

But for those of you craving an action: play with a Sponsoring Thought!
I’ve written on my blog about the singular idea that I kept playing with before the love of my life showed up, and I’ll just give it away here:

“I’m the best girlfriend in the world, and any guy is lucky to have me.”

I would make mental lists of why I was the best girlfriend in the world (even when I didn’t have a boyfriend). Playing with that idea, how could the right & perfect-for-me someone NOT show up?! 😉

Will working on your blocks make manifesting go faster? Get the answer!

Manifestation Question 2: How do you cope when something doesn’t specifically manifest? I think I’m manifesting wrong. Not comfortable saying what but, feeling bummed since I’m pretty sure it isn’t happening. Any advice appreciated! FYI I set 3 dates for three events.

A: To be totally honest: I don’t find dates that helpful to me in the manifestation process. When setting a goal or recognizing my desire for a new experience, I don’t usually attach a date to it.

A shift: What if the Universe’s Timing is infinitely better than your own? Sooner is not always better/best!

I think you’ll benefit from reading this post on Divine Timing >

I’m not big on “God” but I’ve heard the saying, “God’s delays are not god’s denials” and it’s quite a tidy and satisfying idea, isn’t it?!

Another idea: It’s not faith until it looks like it’s not going to happen and you still believe. (Amanda Frances says this.)

And finally, if you’ve got feelings of upset or doubt, please indulge them if briefly. I’ve talked about this and written about this… doubt gets to aid the manifestation process, not stop it!

Read this post on how to embrace doubt to manifest your desires >

Manifestation Question 3: Anyone know how to manifest a neighbor moving? Don’t want to go into detail but, she’s the devil. I just ignore her tbh but, she constantly stirs up drama

A: I really wouldn’t devote too much energy to her or to trying to get rid of her, but focus on manifesting cooperation from all people in your life. And really, that looks like: meeting your own needs and being an example of pure love & cooperation to all those who surround you.

Be cooperative with people and examine your thoughts when you find it impossible to be cooperative with someone.

And feel free to repeat some affirmations or afformations that center on how cooperative the whole Universe and everyone in it are!

Affirmations like… “The Universe, and everyone in it, loves me and wants me to enjoy life.” Afformations would be questions like… “Why am I so easy to get along with? What about me brings out only the best in people?” etc.

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Learn the exact 5-Step Manifesting Process taught by Long-Haul Master Rosella LaFevre

This 5-Step Manifesting Process is How You Create Long-Term Experiences in Your Life

In this post, you’ll learn the 5-step manifesting process, what you can create when you use it, why my approach to manifesting is foolproof, and what I’ve created using it.

There is a five-step process for creating anything you want. It looks like this:

1️⃣ Practice mindfulness, and specifically stop the negative thought train

2️⃣ Engage creative energy, and take one step toward the desired outcome

3️⃣ Be vulnerable, and take away the power the current circumstances have upon you.

4️⃣ Give it up to grace, and surrender to your desired creation entering life in its own damn way.

5️⃣ Worship your body, and give it whatever it needs.


What else do you need to know?

Honestly, You Can’t Fucq Up Using This 5-Step Manifesting Process

The beautiful thing about these steps? You create while truly practicing all of these steps simultaneously, so you can never truly screw it up. Though there are pitfalls to look out for, and skillful coaching can help you navigate.

These are the same five steps I used to course-correct when I was facing a possible eviction a few years ago (I’ll tell you about this in a future blog post!). They are the steps to manifest solutions to scary problems AND the steps to create awesome good things without drama. (Either way you need to use them, they work!)


They’re also actually the same steps I took to manifest the love of my life, and we celebrated our 9th anniversary this month!

Related Posts:
The Sole Thought That Brought Me My Soulmate
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This is my methodology which can be used to create whatever you desire.

With This 5-Step Manifesting Process, There’s NO ROOM FOR ANXIETY

It’s simple as fucq, right?! In fact it’s so simple that part of me resists sharing it. But that’s also exactly why I had to.

What Can You Create With This 5-Step Process?

You can truly use this methodology to create anything you desire, including:

  • Tangible increase in your income that you’re set up to maintain with consistency. $10k or $100k months anyone?
  • Soulmate love. While I’m not going to call myself a relationship coach, you can use this process to manifest magnificent love as I did, and I can help
  • Gentle parting of ways from a narcissist (whether a parent, sibling or spouse) for the highest good of you and any two- or four-legged children in your life
  • Ditching a day job you don’t want and which doesn’t feel like the highest expression of your power and gifts
  • New upgraded living space
  • Your dream car like you drove it right off your vision board and onto your driveway

Here’s What I’ve Created Using This 5-Step Manifesting Process

I’ve used this process to create amazing things in my own life, including the following:

  • A magnificent soulmate love (we celebrated our 8th anniversary in May)
  • A client who has paid me for marketing services every month for 3 years (do you want a long-term client, or many?)
  • A penthouse apartment overlooking Pennypack Park in Philadelphia
  • Freedom from narcissistic & emotionally abuse family members (because not everybody deserves the gift of your presence and love)
  • Sales of trainings, programs and offers inside of my coaching business


Really, what is it that your soul craves next? What could you create if you intentionally applied this 5-step manifesting process? Please share in the comments!

Manifest Your Soulmate: 3 Powerful Tips

I daresay I found my soulmate early in life because of these 3 powerful tips I’m going to share with you today.

Ready to read these 3 powerful tips to help you manifest your soulmate?

It was a month before my 19th birthday when I saw a guy had checked out my OKCupid profile, and I messaged him. That night in May 2010 we went on our first date. Seeing as we’re celebrating our 9th anniversary this week, I’m qualified to share some tips for manifesting your own soulmate!

By doing what I’m going to share with you in this article, I met and fell in love with a man who I have lovingly described as the safe place from which I’ve been able to blossom.

I’ve grown more outgoing, more assertive, more confident, and in so many more ways than I can describe. But I only grew so much because I knew he saw me. Saw me the way I saw me. Saw me the way NO ONE ELSE EVER HAD.

That should give you a hint of the emotional stakes I felt when I was manifesting my soulmate…

I remember how excited I was as a kid for every holiday. As Thanksgiving or Easter approached, I was practically bouncing in my seat, ready to see my cousins and aunts and uncles and my grandmother. I’d build it up in my head. So excited to see them. As an adult, I can’t remember what exactly I thought would happen, but it was like knowing you were going to win the lottery. And then… at some point during the day, I would inevitably experience the crash you feel when the lotto numbers are called and you fuckin’ lost.

Growing up, that sense of emptiness like I’d lost something big was actually pretty persistent.

It didn’t matter WHERE I was… that emptiness followed.

How can I describe the craving I felt for love, kinship, community, BELONGING?

I generally had the sense that I was like nobody else around. No one GOT me. And though I tried, I didn’t really GET them either.

As a teenager, my only hope was that I’d someday find a guy who did get me. I prayed that my soulmate would come along, and fast. This brings me to my first tip for help you manifest your soulmate…

Manifest Your Soulmate Tip 1: Visualize, but more than that… imagine the FEELS

I spent time in visualization, though I wasn’t aware that this was a creative method that would actually bring him to me… I pictured, as my mother drove us somewhere and we sang along to cheesy ’80s music, that I’d someday be driving alongside my soulmate, the two of us singing the same songs I was now singing. I imagined taking my future beau to family gatherings. Imagined him having discussions with my male cousins about sports. I imagined the wholeness I would feel when standing by his side.

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Manifest Your Soulmate Tip 2: Learn to Recognize Near-Fits, and Hold Out for Perfect Fits

My path to my boyfriend taught me that there are near-fits and perfect fits, and you should definitely hold out for the perfect fit.

“You deserve to be YOU. Any change you’re going to make should be a change you want to make. Those around you — and I mean everyone — should be happy to support you in building your life the way you want and let go of their notions of what your life is supposed to look like.”

Rosella LaFevre, Long-Haul Master and Manifestation Teacher

Before Chris came a few other guys but one in particular comes to mind. He is a great guy, and I really hope he found his perfect fit, but we weren’t it. And yet… Spending the weekend at his house, hanging out with his mom was the first time in a while I’d felt at home. His mom was a real person. She wore her flaws on her sleeve but she was loving and kind. In the brief time I spent around her, she showed me unconditional love, of which I’d been starved for a while.

That relationship taught me that I could feel that homey feeling again but I could also hold out for someone who wouldn’t need me to change…

Here’s a really specific example: That boyfriend told me I’d have to learn how to drive if we were going to stay together. The truth is I had one lesson behind the wheel of a Buick Rainier at 16 years old and that was enough for me. To this day, I have no desire to drive. Chris has never forced the issue, never told me I need to drive. He’s happy to be my chauffeur. And now there’s Uber, so that’s awesome…

You deserve to be YOU. Any change you’re going to make should be a change you want to make. Those around you — and I mean everyone — should be happy to support you in building your life the way you want and let go of their notions of what your life is supposed to look like.

If they don’t? Call them in. (And while these tips work for manifesting your romantic soulmate partner, they also work for calling in soulmate friends, soulmate clients, and soulmate employees!)

Manifest Your Soulmate Tip 3: Ruthlessly Edit Toxicity from Your Life

You can also take action to remove the toxicity from your life that prevents your soulmates from coming to you. If there isn’t any toxicity in your life, that’s great! But there was in mine. And truthfully, I didn’t eliminate these beyond-sour relationships until after I met my boyfriend, cutting these ties I’m going to tell you about helped me to manifest a soul family.

“Clearing space for the people who will LOVE you as you are while empowering you to grow may be painful at the start, but it is rewarding as fuck. I promise.”

Rosella LaFevre, Long-Haul Master and Manifestation Teacher

Here’s the most potent example I can give you of this…

Most of that very same family I used to be ecstatic about seeing each Easter (and on every other major holiday) are people I no longer talk to. My parents’ ugly divorce really forced the issue… And I decided to say “ta-ta for now” to my maternal family.

There was anger on their side that I refused to exile my father. And I was pissed as hell that they were trying to make me pick sides. Right before my college graduation I allowed my mother to effectively disown me…

This left a void. I had no idea how I would spend my holidays now. I decided I would never go back until I am apologized to, and that still hasn’t happened nearly 6 years later.

I missed the big family gatherings, though. I missed being surrounded by lots of people, and I craved, even if I didn’t realize it at the time, finding a family that would love me unconditionally.

So the last I saw my mother and her family was Easter Sunday in 2013.

By Thanksgiving 2013, I was invited with my father to spend holidays with a family we’d known for years. These beautiful people are who I’ve spent every Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter with in the years since.

Clearing space for the people who will LOVE you as you are while empowering you to grow may be painful at the start, but it is rewarding as fuck. I promise.

Manifest Your Soulmate: 3 Powerful Tips Recap

Tip 1: Visualize, but more than that… Imagine the FEELS

Tip 2: Learn to Recognize Near-Fits, and Hold Out for Perfect Fits

Tip 3: Ruthlessly Edit Toxicity from Your Life

Manifest Your Soulmate with This Homework

Take some time today to envision (with or without putting pen to paper: your choice) the soulmates you’re making space for, whether they’re a romantic partner, fans of your work, paying clients, or a “new” family that gets you. Here are some prompts for your reflection:

  1. How will your life change when you manifest your soulmate (or soulmates)?
  2. How will you feel when you manifest your soulmate, a person who is a perfect fit for you?
  3. In your past relationships, how did you know they were only a near fit and not a perfect fit?
  4. Who is already in your life —  loving you, supporting you — and why are you grateful for them?
  5. Who in your life doesn’t deserve to be there, and makes your life worse in any/some/so many ways?
  6. How can you release toxic relationships from your life? What would that take?

Remember, and here’s your

Manifest Your Soulmate BONUS TIP:

After you comment which of these tips you’re going to try, head on over here to read the single thought I kept thinking to manifest my soulmate.

Turn Thoughts to Things The Simple Way

The simplest way to turn thoughts to things? The Sponsoring Thought.

What’s a Sponsoring Thought?

A Sponsoring Thought is described by Neale Donald Walsch, author of the Conversations With God series, as “a deep-seated initial idea that we already have what we are not now experiencing.”

Below I share with you my favorite example from my life of a Sponsoring Thought, and how it helped me turn thoughts to things (or, an experience that changed my life!).

How a Sponsoring Thought Can Turn Thoughts to Things

How it works:

1) Know what you want.
2) Figure out one thought that would absolutely make you equal to the desired outcome. You can call this one thought a Sponsoring Thought.
3) Play with the thought (thinking it over, writing it, saying it aloud, and letting it take root).

Before I manifested the love of my life, I came to deeply believe I was the world’s best girlfriend (and this was when I had no boyfriend to speak of) and that whoever I ended up with would be the world’s luckiest man.

I was 18 when we met and we’re celebrating our 9th anniversary next month.

That Sponsoring Thought that said I’m the world’s best girlfriend is absolutely a HUGE reason why my soulmate showed up for me. By repeatedly playing with that idea, I made it feel real that I already had the kind of love I desired and deserved, and that paved the way for him to show up!

Other Examples of Sponsoring Thoughts to Help You Turn Thoughts to Things

If you wanted to make a lot of money, you could practice a Sponsoring Thought like, “Money finds me irresistible.”

If you wanted to travel the world, you could practice a Sponsoring Thought like, “I am a citizen of the world.”

If you want to get pregnant and be a mother, you could practice a Sponsoring Thought like, “I’m the best mom in the world.”

If you wanted to make the investment in LONG-HAUL MASTERY and turn it into amazing long-term manifestations, you might practice a Sponsoring Thought like “I’m a Long-Haul Master like Rosella and manifesting long-term good is so freaking easy.” 😉

Comment below the Sponsoring Thought you’re going to play with!

After you leave your comment, go read about how to manifest your soulmate!