A Guide to MANifesting with Debbianne DeRose
As Valentine’s Day approaches, singles may justify loneliness with comments like, “It’s a stupid, manufactured holiday,” or “I don’t need someone else to be happy.”
But if you’re one of the millions of women in America yearning for Mr. Right, take heart. There’s more reason for hope than you may realize, says “enginerd” and New-Age relationship adviser Debbianne DeRose.
“Women often forget that the ‘man of your dreams’ is also looking for you! Men are in search of the ‘woman of their dreams’ because there are no one-sided coins in this universe,” says DeRose, author of “How I Met the Man of My Dreams: A Guide to MANifesting Yours”
“Life on Earth is not a struggle, contrary to popular belief – it is an optional game called Physical Reality, and it’s supposed to be fun and abundant by default,” she says. “If we brush up on the rulebook and take the creative process by the horns, so to speak, then we might view a day like Valentine’s as a reminder that real love is out there, if we want it.”
Negative feelings and thoughts are all that stand between a woman and the man of her dreams, she says. He’s there. Be sure you’re ready to recognize him by focusing on self-love, acceptance, appreciation and amusement.
Debbianne DeRose specializes in honest, humorous explorations of all things “woo-woo” – that is, metaphysical, mystical, spiritual, paranormal or New Age-y. She’s the author of a hilarious memoir, “What I Did On My Midlife Crisis Vacation.” Formally trained in the conservative arts of engineering and economics, she has worked as an “enginerd,” database geek, non-profiteer, college instructor, bricolage artist and house flipper before diving headlong into the world of woo-woo wordsmithery. DeRose resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with the man of her dreams.
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