Let me share with you two things that happened to my girlfriend and I in the past year.
We were hiking in Glacier National Park, and, quite unexpectedly, ended in a place we hadn't anticipated - Waterton. There is an elegant hotel there that serves high tea until 3. I don't care about high tea, but my girlfriend knew about this high tea and desperately wanted in. But were were filthy, and we had no money. Well, actually, I never have no money: I have a stash of bills I carry everywhere. In fact, it was $80, just enough for high tea!
But it was past 3, nearly 3:30. We went into the elegant hotel, dirty and sweaty, and - amazing - they sat us!. Because it was after tea was over, we were sat in the best seat: right by the window, with possibly the best view I have ever seen in my life.
But, that's not all: when I asked for the bill, they said that a gentleman from another table had "taken care of it." But I recall that we were the only ones in the huge dining room - there wasn't any man at the other table. Amazing: we had high tea a half hour late in grungy clothes for free! How could such a thing have happened????
My girlfriend also wanted to see the Ring cycle this year. But, my birthday is that week, and we had planned another hiking excursion. Still, she pined after the tickets...
But what happened? I feel down the stairs and tore the ligaments in my ankle (part of the reason I'm posting on the net, actually). But it was still too late to get good seats.
But what else happened? Her good friend, who has been struggling with cancer for several years, died a week after I messed up my ankle! And the executor of her estate called and said that she had left my girlfriend her PRIME seats to the Ring!
How could such a thing come to pass?????
The fact is that this stuff happens all the time. I could easily give you six examples more of this sort of thing from my life. I don't manifest. I just don't work to persuade myself that happenstance is a result of my mental vibrations.