Your Manifester Isn’t Broken

By Raphael Awen

The hard part of ‘becoming a manifester’ isn’t the obtaining of some magical alchemical highly-hidden esoteric ability.

It’s something much more mundane.

It’s the self responsibility to see and admit that you already are this manifester, just maybe not of the kinds of realities a part of you was hoping to manifest.

You already fully are the creator. You don’t need to work on that to get it going.

What you can work on is the willingness to assume response-ability for that reality.

What am I,…what are parts of me,… creating in my life as powerful manifestations….?

Why? When? How? With whom?

Make a full-on quest of these questions.

Add in a bunch of love from your Higher Self as you explore these parts of you. They hold your present manifestation power and creativity. If you bridge to them with your opening and curious heart, you can get them on board with creating entirely new realities that never existed before.

Now, the courage you gained in your quest becomes called on in order to adapt to the challenges of the new super abundant reality. Higher timelines are not without challenge, and this is why the universe needed you to start right from where you were without skipping any grades.

I can help you with this process. If you’d genuinely like help, I’d so love to help you. Check into a bridging session at the link below with myself and let the quest begin.
Raphael Awen is co-creator, teacher, and facilitator of the SoulFullHeart Way Of Life. Check out our sessions for a new and profound going-on place in your spiritual and emotional journey at

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