Embracing Surrender to Enhance Manifestation

In our journey through life, the concept of surrender often appears as a paradox. How can letting go lead to gaining more? This is a question many of us grapple with, especially when it comes to the idea of manifesting our desires.

Surrender, in its truest sense, is not about giving up or admitting defeat. Instead, it’s about releasing our tight grip on how we think things should be, and opening ourselves to the infinite possibilities that exist. When we surrender, we align ourselves with a higher intelligence, a flow that is more in tune with the natural order of the universe.

Imagine you’re holding a conversation with someone. You have the choice to either get lost in your thoughts and fears, trying to control every word, or you can simply be present, aware of your existence, and let the conversation flow naturally. This is the essence of surrendering to manifest. It’s about maintaining an awareness of your being, even as you engage in the world.

When we let go of the need to control, we tap into a state of ‘Love business awareness,’ as Ben describes it. This state is characterized by a relaxed and open system, where the ego no longer dominates. In this space, we allow infinite intelligence to operate through us, leading to more eloquent and effortless expressions.

Practicing surrender is not always easy, especially in a world that often values assertiveness and control. However, it’s a powerful tool for personal transformation. By maintaining awareness of our existence, we can start to see the world differently. We realize that we are not separate entities but part of a larger, interconnected whole.

This realization brings a sense of oneness and love that transcends the individual ego. It opens up our energy centers, allowing for a more natural and harmonious flow of life. In this state, we become channels of intelligence and love, making a difference in the world without being overly concerned with the outcome.

Surrendering to manifest is not about passivity or inaction. It’s about active engagement with life, but from a place of inner stability and peace. It’s about knowing that you are, at your core, a being of love and awareness, and that this knowledge can guide you in every interaction and decision.

So, how can we practice this in our daily lives? Start by simply being aware of your existence. Look into the eyes of someone you’re talking to, and instead of trying to project an image or impress them, just be present. Say your name, but keep your awareness on the fact that you are. This simple practice can help shift your focus from the external to the internal, from the ego to the essence.

In the end, surrendering to manifest is about embracing the truth of who we are. It’s about letting go of the illusion of control and opening ourselves to the infinite wisdom that lies within. As we do this, we find that our desires manifest not because we force them to, but because they are in alignment with the greater flow of life.

“The world starts to disappear when you realize what you truly are. You see that you and everything else is made of the same boundless awareness.” – Bentinho Massaro

Spiritual Reference: “Be still, and know that I am God.” – Psalm 46:10. This verse echoes the idea of surrendering to a higher power, reminding us to find peace and clarity in stillness and awareness of our divine nature.

Summary Points

  • Traditional manifestation techniques often focus on forceful desire and action, which can perpetuate a sense of lack.
  • Bentinho Massaro emphasizes surrender as a way to release the blocks to natural manifestation.
  • The core of surrendering to manifest is realizing you are already complete – infinite awareness and abundance.
  • The ego-mind, with its fears and need for control, hinders your ability to flow with manifestation.


  1. Practice Basic Awareness: Take moments throughout the day to simply become aware of your own existence. Feel the sensation of “I am” without adding thoughts or labels.
  2. Maintain Awareness in Interactions: During conversations, try to maintain that inner sense of your own beingness. Notice how this lessens the ego’s desire to impress or control.
  3. Cultivate Oneness: As you hold this awareness, start to feel your inherent connection with others and the world around you. Let the illusion of being a separate, limited self dissolve.
  4. Release the Need to Control: Trust in the natural flow of the universe. When you deeply realize you’re not a separate entity trying to make things happen, a greater sense of ease and effortless manifestation will unfold.