13 Celebrities Who Achieved Their Dreams Using the Law of Attraction
Manifestation can be defined as the process of turning an idea into a reality. While many people believe that it’s merely a pseudoscience, others swear by it. In fact, the Hollywood world is full of examples of celebrities who get to live out their longtime fantasies, whether romantically, professionally, or both.
The Bright Side team has combed the internet to find the most inspiring celebrities who combined positive thinking with action and determination to speak their dreams into existence.
1. Demi Lovato
Back in 2010, Demi Lovato tweeted that she’d one day sing the national anthem at a super bowl. A decade later, her tweet came true and she sang the national anthem at Super Bowl 54.
2. Tom Holland
One can say that Tom Holland basically manifested every goal of his into existence. As a starting point, he said he wanted to play Spider-Man. 3 years later, he’d play Peter Parker/Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War. Second, he said Uncharted was his favorite video game. Earlier this year, he starred in the film version of the game — not to mention he won the heart of Zendaya, his celebrity crush.
3. Jim Carrey
Before he became a successful comedian, Jim Carrey visualized his success into existence and imagined himself making the world laugh. He wrote himself a check for $10 million at the height of his struggle and dated it Thanksgiving 1995. Just before that, he discovered that he was on track to make that exact amount of money on Dumb and Dumber.
4. Rachel Zegler
As a high school student, Rachel Zegler played Ariel in the school production of The Little Mermaid in 2017. She then tweeted about wishing to become a real Disney princess. 4 years later, she landed the role of Snow White in Disney’s live-action adaptation of the classic tale.
5. Billie Eilish
Billie Eilish admitted to being a huge Justin Bieber fan growing up. Little did she know that she’d fulfill her childhood dream. Their first meeting took place at Coachella 2019. Justin and Billie developed a friendship and they collaborated on a remix of her hit song, Bad Guy.
6. John Legend
John described in an essay competition he won when he was 15 how he hoped to become a successful recording artist. In this essay, he discussed how he intended to use his power and resources to promote social justice and equality in his community. John created the Show Me Campaign in 2007 with this goal in mind.
7. Megan Thee Stallion
In 2014, Megan predicted her future on Twitter. She believed that she would need an entire team to work for her once her rap career kicked off. 8 years later, Megan has gained such success in her rap career that she has won several awards and Grammys.
8. Diamond DeShields
Diamond DeShields predicted her success on Twitter when she said she couldn’t wait to play in the WNBA finals in 2013. And in 2018, she was the third overall pick in the WNBA draft. Now, she plays professional basketball for the Phoenix Mercury of the Women’s National Basketball Association.
9. Dan Levy
“This face better win me an Emmy because it’s definitely not winning me a date,” Levy jokingly tweeted in 2020. A few months later, he won his first Emmy for acting in Schitt’s Creek as well as 2 more for directing and writing.
10. Patrick Mahomes II
In 2013, Patrick Mahomes II dreamed of winning the Super Bowl and going to Disney World afterward. Those dreams came true in 2020, fulfilling the tweet he wrote as a 17-year-old. He turned his dream into reality when he won the Super Bowl 7 years later and went to Disney World to blow off some steam the following day.
11. Shawn Mendes
Back in 2013, Shawn Mendes shared his dream of being a guest on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Twitter. Over the course of his career, the star has appeared on the show multiple times, the first time being his performance alongside Camila Cabello in 2016.
12. Lil Nas X
In 2019, Lil Nas X posted a video in which he expressed his appreciation for recently reaching 3,000 Instagram followers. “But let me hit y’all back a year from now. We’re going to see where I’m at,” he promised while enjoying a slice of pizza. He recreated the video one year later to celebrate his 5 million Instagram followers. Currently, he has over 12 million followers.
In 2012, Zendaya tweeted that she wanted to be on the cover of Seventeen Magazine one day. She finally made it on the cover of the October 2016 issue after waiting for 4 years.
What would your vision board have if you were to manifest something for your life in the next 5 years? Let us know in the comments.