How to Manifest Love in 2022
A manifestation ritual just for you.
I stood under a tree in the middle of Columbus Circle and shut my eyes. The night felt ripe for manifestation, at least that’s what my astrology guides said. (And by astrology guides, I mean YouTube vloggers.) The cold December air hit my cheeks. I hugged myself tight to keep warm under my white, goose-down, knee-length coat. I tilted my head back, opened my eyes quickly, and majestic blue and hints of white polka dots met my gaze.
“Hello Universe,” I whispered.
Despite the chaos that surrounded me that December night in NYC, I felt at ease. I felt ready. I had faith that I would manifest love right then and there.
Five months later, I met him.
Under that bare tree that twinkled with holiday lights, I manifested my next relationship. That relationship led to an engagement and to motherhood. And although we are no longer together (I’ll explain why that happened later), in that moment, I manifested everything that I thought I wanted. And I want to show you how you can actually manifest love in 2022.
In my step-by-step guide, Manifesting Love: A Guide to Attract Healthy Connections, I teach you my manifestation practices and rituals, including how to create a digital vision board to manifest love. This guide is chock full of exercises for healing and to gain clarity so you manifest and attract that good love.
It will help you begin the new year with clarity as the exercises help you discover what you really, really, really, really want and need in a relationship to feel fulfilled. Don’t wait! Get it today.
Sujeiry is a Digital Publisher, Self-Love Advocate, and the Founder of Love Sujeiry Media. Coined the Latina Carrie Bradshaw, she published her first book, Love Trips, and hosted Love Sujeiry, a relationship talk show, on SiriusXM. She's been featured as a love guru in People, Cosmopolitan, PopSugar, Yahoo!, Stylecaster, and USA Today and her articles have been published in Hip Latina, Well + Good, Madamenoire, Latina, YourTango, and many more publications. She has also dabbled in television, playing herself on Married at First Sight and VH1's Beauty Bar. Sujeiry’s mission is to provide resources and content on all things love to help Latinx women love and embrace their authentic selves. Her humorous and reflective writing and how she relates and speaks to single Latinx women inspires them to remain hopeful in love.