How Do You Write Manifestations

Updated on April 23, 2022

How Do You Write Manifestations

5 Ways to Start Manifesting by Writing
  1. Be specific about what you desire and why. If you want something, make a list of all the reasons why you want it.
  2. Just be aware of the emotion.
  3. Repetition is the key to success.
  4. Use a well-structured journal for your writing.
  5. The item should be put away.

If you write down your goals, you’ll be reminded that what you want to manifest is something you’ll work toward every day, and that can lead to some significant changes in your life.

Maintaining structure, stability, and motivation may be more difficult than ever due to the pandemic’s disruption of these factors.

Writing down our goals is a simple and effective strategy for establishing structure and regaining focus.

To help us achieve our goals, there are methods like the 369 Method. You can make it even easier by downloading my free 369 Journal Template.

Writing Your Goals Down Helps You Manifest Them

According to a study by Dr. Gail Mathews, people who write down their goals have a higher success rate of achieving them than those who merely verbalize them. Researchers found that people who wrote down their goals and shared them with a close friend achieved their goals at an even higher rate.

What can you do right now to put this new information to use? Affirmations are a powerful tool for manifesting your goals.

5 Ways to Start Manifesting by Writing

1. Write about what you want and why you want it

If you want something, make a list of all the reasons why you want it. How to Get What You Want by Writing It Down and Making It Happen! An example of this technique is called “the outcome of the outcome” by author Henriette Anne Klauser.

A beautiful house with a lot of windows would be better than writing that you want a house with a lot of windows so that you can enjoy the extra light.

It’s easier to come up with innovative solutions to problems when you know why your goals are important to you. While it may sound counterintuitive, it’s possible to find a solution to your problem by focusing on the essence of what you’re looking for.

2. Focus on the feeling

As an alternative to simply writing down your goal, write down how you’ll feel as a result of accomplishing it. As a result, it prevents the exercise from becoming tedious or stale.

There are a number of ways to express your accomplishments, such as writing, “I am now a highly successful dancer.”

As a dancer, I have achieved great success. What a blessing it is to be doing what one enjoys! Being surrounded by other creative people makes me feel like a million bucks. The fact that I’m a part of something so amazing makes me feel at home and fulfilled.

Getting enthused about and emotionally connected to a goal becomes much easier when you put more emphasis on the feeling you want to achieve. Take a few moments to jot down your thoughts and feelings about the scene, and be sure to include specifics. If this excites you, you can do it on a regular basis or on a periodic basis.

3. Repetition, repetition, repetition

Write your goal down as if it were happening now, and you’ll be on your way to making it happen. Every day, repeat the phrase 15-20 times.

Try this tip from Creative Visualization if you want to be a little more creative: Use the Power of Your Imagination to Create What You Want in Your Life by Shakti Gawain. The author suggests in the book that you write your goal in the first, second, and third person using your name. Here’s a case in point: A successful singer is Claire. Claire, congratulations on your success as a singer. Claire is a well-known performer. The more you do it, the better it becomes.

You can incorporate affirmations into your daily routine using the 369 Method. Affirmations are written down three times in the morning, six times in the afternoon, and nine times before bed as part of the 369 Method. For your convenience, I’ve created a 369 Method template that you can use for free.

4. Use a structured journal

In order to structure the process of writing down goals, goal-setting journals are a great option. There are a plethora of options available online, so all you have to do is pick one. Some of them guide you through the process of selecting ten long-term goals and requiring you to write them down on a daily basis. For some, a short gratitude list is included to get you in the right frame of mind and space to write down one goal that you are working on today. Using a well-structured journal can help you become more deliberate in your day-to-day activities. To get started, download my free 369 Method Journal template.

5. Put it away

This is a simple tip, but don’t let its simplicity fool you; it has the potential to be highly effective. A special journal is all you need to keep track of your aspirations. After that, you store the notebook in a sacred place or a clean drawer. For the next few months, you should not open the journal. Make manifesting more enjoyable by letting go of your attachment to the outcome. After a few months or a year, you might be surprised at how many predictions you made in your journal came true. Just be sure to include enough short- and long-term objectives in your journal to track your progress.

Writing down your goals is a simple way to keep yourself motivated and focused. Getting into the habit of writing down your goals will help to train your brain to focus on them and give you the drive to work toward them. Better yet, enlist the help of a supportive accountability partner and send your goals to an email or text message to a friend you can trust.

Let me know what you think:

Do you make a list of your aspirations? Do you have any pointers on how to keep the workouts fresh?

Bonus tip: Don’t be married to the outcome

You know why you want something when you make affirmations. Consequently, you may discover that the universe provides it in ways you hadn’t anticipated.

There are many ways to raise money for a specific purpose, such as buying a car so you can get to and from work more easily. What if you win a car instead of money in a competition? Or if your boss gives you an official company car?

Accept your desires in whatever form they take.

Also, keep in mind that manifestation is a process that takes time and patience; don’t give up. If you align yourself with what you desire, it will come to you naturally.