We Want to Feel Special, Not Famous… So, Why is Fame Appealing?


Have you ever wondered why the concept of fame is attractive?

It is not because one wants to be worshipped by the entire world.

It is because one wants to feel special and accomplished while celebrated for their unique talents. 

It is because fame implies one’s possession of a special gift that makes them different and makes their life even better.

One doesn’t want to be worshipped by the world – usually, one just wants to be worshipped by only one person or a few closest individuals at most. One doesn’t want to encounter screaming fans in the street every day – they just want to be recognised as the most special person in the room, the person that always stands out.

Most of all, one wants to represent their own ideals and be celebrated for it – that is the point of fame. Being told you stand out just the way you are. Being told you are perfect just the way you are.

A great deal of this idea applies to believing in yourself when it comes to the manifestation of your desires.

Famous individuals are attractive because they seem happy! They seem to have achieved the self-focus everyone wants, as everyone desires to be enough for themselves to only focus on themselves instead of other individuals (or everything they’re missing). Everyone wants to be able to focus on what they have and like themselves enough not to need anything else. Everyone wants to like themselves enough to just enjoy life because with that, others will be attracted to them and bring them even more positivity and opportunities.

Am I wrong?

Applying the concept of fame to self-belief in manifestation works when you consider these points. To manifest your desire, you must be happy on your own. You must believe you’re good enough. You must appreciate your life and everything you have in it instead of thinking about what you’re missing. You must feel valuable and abundant. And if you’re feeling beautiful, you emit and attract even more. You should feel as much as you can (or have the energy for) for yourself because the happier you are, the faster you’ll attract. And if you’re feeling happy with nurturing only one or two qualities of yourself, those you feel matter most to you, that works as well. You simply must love your authentic self.

Manifestation is easy when we engage in self-confidence exactly for who we are and self-love for deciding that we’re worthy of everything. Then, one makes oneself feel like a superstar.

4 thoughts on “We Want to Feel Special, Not Famous… So, Why is Fame Appealing?

  1. HI Nina,
    I have a question regarding “feeling happy with your life as it is now”, let’s say I intend to manifest a different life style than what I have now and if I’m feeling happy in the now, won’t that say to the universe “I’m ok with my life as it is now” I understand the part where if I keep thinking I don’t have the life style I want I’m bringing more lack.

    I need a little help


    1. Hi Nicki! It’s more about saying, “I’m okay with my life being the way it is because it’s just for now and it’s transforming into the life I want as we speak.” And then, imagine living your dream life, as if it has manifested already, saying “Thank you for my magical life!”


      1. Hi Nina

        Thank you so much! You know a friend and I started working with LOA a while back, unfortunately she began to complain it was too hard and she gave up, but I am not going to give up on my dreams I intend to have all my dreams come true and live a delicious loving abundant healthy and wealthy life.
        I have other friends that say they believe in LOA but they don’t apply it at all, so I have no one close to me to really work with LOA and support one another and give each other advice.
        I just want to say thank you for taking your time to read our questions and respond in a way that is simple to understand and really just open our eyes and put us back on the right track.


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