If you are looking for a way to start your manifesting journey, journaling can be an incredibly useful and motivating tool.
Writing down your dreams, gratitude lists and affirmations can open your mind to the power of possibility.
In addition, it is an opportunity to tap into creativity and self-expression.
Express what feelings or thoughts come up when you think about the manifestation.
Write down your biggest dream and visualize it as if it is already happening.
What is Manifestation Journal?
A manifestation journal is an excellent tool for anyone striving to bring great things into their lives.
Writing down your thoughts, dreams, goals and plans allows you to capture them and take charge of your own destiny.
It’s the perfect place to track your progress and celebrate the victories – big or small – you experience on the way to realizing your manifesting efforts.
In addition, writing words has been scientifically proven to help ground thoughts in one’s mind; this can be especially helpful if you are struggling to stay focused on a goal or idea!
A manifesting journal is also great for quietly reflecting on how close you are to achieving what you desire.
How to start
To start writing, all you need is your journal or a pen.
When it comes to journaling, don’t be afraid to let your feelings flow.
You may think that whatever you write will not sound right or make no sense, but the important thing is to express your true emotions and thoughts so that you can take a step back from all the chaos and reflect on yourself.
It’s like talking to a close friend – being honest shows your vulnerability and allows for purposeful growth.
Journaling is incredibly freeing and empowering, so let go of any fear or doubt and start writing!
I’ve prepared some fun and Eastern journal prompts to help you communicate your wishes to the Universe.
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1. I am ready to achieve my goals, which are:
2. I can achieve my goal by:
3. I believe in myself because:
4. I clearly see myself achieving my dream in: (insert date)
5. I can get what I want because:
6. I am confident in my dreams because I:
7. Write three things that will help you achieve your wish:
8. My top priority now is:
These are just a few prompts you can try. But after writing these, you can let the words flow.
Write about whatever is going on in your mind.
And reflect on it.
Have you tried journal prompts before?