Should You Use A Manifestation Journal?

The first step to succeeding at anything you want is to believe you can. The second is to prove yourself right.

Whilst this is a simplification, the end goal of any manifestation life coach is to unlock the boundless potential every single person has inside themselves to get what they want out of life and feel incredibly good doing it.

The key to bridging the gap between step one and step two is to make your dreams, visions, ambitions and goals explicit and concrete before outlining the steps that you will take to get them.

One of the best ways to achieve this is through a manifestation journal, which whilst gaining popularity on social media now is a technique that has been used by people for decades to focus on their goals, clear away their fears and visualise the future they want for themselves.

Whilst there are many different types of journals, with the 369 method becoming particularly popular amongst those that prefer prompts and repeated manifestations and other journals are available with pre-written systems, a manifestation journal does not need to be that complex.

In fact, a manifestation journal can be as simple as a piece of paper with a question that you write the answer down to.

Here are some popular techniques that can help you towards your goals.


Future Scripting

A popular approach that you may already do in your daily affirmations is future scripting, or writing your goals and ambitions as if they have already been accomplished.

Most people solve problems most effectively by looking at the solution and working backwards, and this is no different with goals.

If you write your ambitions for a new job, a happier life or romantic success and work backwards, you have written a step-by-step guide to your goal without realising it.


Add Details

Manifestation and visualisation is all about details. Writing what you want is useful, but it is important to be clear about why you want this in your life, how it will change your life and as many specific details as you can think of.

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