Thanks. Quoting: Anonymous Coward 761993
Awesome! That makes perfect sense, I think I've utilized this information before somewhere. In that I've occasionally used the relationship idea to cause an eventual outcome to occur. I guess you could say I "wish" things into my life.
Is that kind of situation possible? Maybe something along the lines of a desire for a particular relationship that becomes manifested? Or would it have to strictly exist and be near you to become squared?
A 'wish' is also a representation, though not really a good one.
It is much more effective to draw a picture of the house you want than to 'wish' for it incessantly. You're not really creating any new representation, just repeating a word in the English dictionary.
Everything exists. But the question would be "how does it exist in my reality?"
If you want something physical, then create a physical representation of it close to your physicality.
In the example a few pages back, I mentioned that you could create a sense of magnetic energies by placing a magnet in your hand for a few weeks. Placing the same magnet on the table next to you would take years if at all.
Make your representations appropriate to what it is you "want".
Thanks for listening :)