A popular topic in the Law of Attraction circles is attracting someone and manifesting them in your life. Sometimes, your desire might be the opposite, and you want to free space in your life for new beginnings.
Do you have someone in your life that you need to manifest out? Maybe it’s an ex-lover, toxic friend, or family member who is always causing drama.
Whatever the case, you can take steps to remove this person from your life for good.
To manifest someone out of your life, you need to set a clear intention, recognize that this person and interactions with them are not good for you, set clear boundaries, and cut the communication. You should perform a full moon ritual to remove what no longer serves you from your life.
Manifesting someone out of your life will help you end the previous chapter of your life and enter a new one. Every time we end a relationship, it clears space in our life for new relationships and experiences.
Read on to discover the 11 steps you should take to manifest someone out of your life.
11 Steps To Manifest Someone Out of Your Life
Sometimes it can be challenging to end a relationship or cut the cords that have not been serving you well.
Maybe you are in a codependent relationship or have a toxic family member, and it is challenging to sever ties with them. In this case, manifestation can be a helpful tool to help you release the old so new and fresh energy can flow into your life.
You have likely invested a lot in your relationship, and it might be sad to let it go. However, if you have repeatedly thought of this relationship as toxic or not good for you, it might be time to let it go.
Journal to reflect and recognize how the person you want to manifest out of your life is not good for you. It may seem obvious, but it’s important to realize that this person is not contributing anything positive to your life.
Chances are, they are probably causing more harm than good. Some relationships keep us in addictive or codependent loops, so we might go back even when we try to break them.
Journaling will help you clarify your intention, and seeing it written on paper will impact your subconscious mind and help you be clear and not allow you to relapse.
2. Set Boundaries With Them
It might seem challenging to be straightforward about your needs with the other person, especially if you are a people-pleaser type.
However, you need to be clear with yourself and the other person and establish what you will and will not tolerate from them. Once you have done this, it will be much easier to stick to your decision to remove them from your life.
If you are struggling with healthy boundaries, chances are your boundaries were not respected when you were a child. If you feel this pattern applies in one of your relationships, you likely have weak boundaries in other areas of your life as well.
Reflect and research this topic as it has the power to change your life and take your power back. Healthy boundaries are the basis of healthy relationships with anyone in your life, including yourself.
Remember that it has to go both ways – you must honor the other person’s boundaries. If you suddenly cut communication with someone you’ve been close to, someone who relies on you without explaining anything, it can also violate their boundaries.
Although you should put your well-being first, you also need to be respectful and mindful of the other person and not damage their self-esteem or well-being.
3. Cut Off or Limit Communication With Them
Try limiting communication with this person as much as possible. If you feel it would be best- consider cutting all communication with them.
It means you should not talk to them, text them, email them, or look at their social media profiles. It may be difficult to do this initially, but it will be worth it in the end.
Not checking their social media is especially important. It might seem like an innocent act, especially since they won’t know you are checking on them. However, this will reaffirm your energetic bond with them, which is the opposite of what you are willing to do.
If it seems challenging, give yourself a specific time frame to not check their profile, for example, for one month.
It will help you think of them less and rewire your subconscious mind to your new life without them.
Now that this person is out of your life, you can finally focus on yourself and your own happiness and well-being. It means taking care of yourself emotionally and physically.
It may take some time to get used to, but you will eventually find joy in your new life without this person.
Think of all the things you’ve wanted to do that were impossible when this person was in your life. Now is your perfect opportunity to do them.
If you keep considering if it was the right thing to end this relationship, write a list of what this relationship has prevented you from doing.
It might be a helpful reminder of why you wanted to end this relationship in the first place.
5. Fill the Void Left by Them With Positive Things
Fill the void they left behind with positive things. Spend time with friends and family, doing things you enjoy, and caring for yourself.
If you invest your time in passions, hobbies, and things you enjoy, you will be less likely to feel lonely or empty without them in your life.
Go on the adventure you’ve been putting off, or take those art lessons you’ve wanted to take. Instead of thinking of this time as an ending of the previous chapter, look at it as a new beginning.
Fill your time with as many enjoyable activities as you can think of.
Trusting that you have made the best decision for yourself by removing this person from your life is important. Trust that this decision will lead to more happiness and peace in your life in the long run.
Remember, you deserve to be happy and surrounded by people who support and love you. Do not let anyone else take that away from you.
7. Give Yourself Time To Grieve the Loss
It’s important to give yourself time to grieve the loss of this person. Allow yourself to feel sad and miss them for a while.
After all, they were a part of your life, and it is normal that you might feel sad when they are gone.
Don’t overthink and read into the meaning of these feelings; just accept that as a natural part of walking separate ways with someone.
8. Don’t Look Back
Once you have decided to manifest someone out of your life, it’s important not to look back.
It means you should try not contacting them or even thinking about them too much. Allow yourself to move on and focus on the positive things in your life.
Don’t talk about them too much with your friends, don’t stalk their social media, and for the time being, try to avoid things and places that remind you of them.
9. Be Grateful for the Lessons You Learned From Them
Even though this person is no longer in your life, you can still be grateful for the lessons you learned from them.
Maybe they taught you important lessons about yourself, helped you recognize your subconscious patterns, or helped you realize what you want in a partner.
Try to take the positive from the situation and use it to improve your life.
Stay strong, and keep moving forward.
You don’t have to forget about the person completely. Just focus on your bright future and what you want to achieve in your life.
Think positively, keep an open mind, trust the universe and keep manifesting positive things. Eventually, you will reach your dreams and goals!
The full moon is a powerful time for the manifesting ritual of releasing what doesn’t serve you. It helps you manifest endings of the old patterns that no longer align with you, so you have free space in your life for new beginnings.
Use this time to do a manifestation ritual to end the relationship with the person you wish to remove from your life so better, more aligned relationships can enter your life.
To manifest someone out of your life, you need to be in the right mindset, as any changes in your life begin with your mind.
Removing someone from your life can be challenging as you might be attached and addicted to the person even if you know they are not good for you.
But following these tips will empower you to manifest them out of your life effectively and permanently.