September 19, 2021
Last Updated on June 1, 2022
One of the greatest challenges of manifestation is figuring out how to incorporate it in your daily life.
To manifest your intentions, merely thinking about them is not enough. There are many tools, techniques, and manifestation methods you can use to apply the law of attraction in your life.
Journaling is one of these techniques, and is a perfect way to solidify your manifestation practice.
Ready to get started? In this article, I’ll cover how to start a manifestation journal and 8 different ways you can use this journal to accelerate your manifestation practice.
Journaling can be used for all sorts of things. Keeping track of your experiences, tracking moods, self-discovery, and more.
It’s an amazing practice for so many areas of life for the fact that writing things down holds a lot of power. It can help us process our thoughts, plan, and even make breakthroughs we wouldn’t be able to otherwise
A manifestation journal is a journal that’s specifically focused on defining and creating your dream life through manifestation and the law of attraction.
Ultimately, your manifestation journal can be whatever makes the most sense for you, personally.
You have a couple options when it comes to starting a manifestation journal.
One thing you’ll want to decide when beginning is whether you want to start with a blank journal, or a template.
With a blank journal, you can get creative on how you use your journal and what journaling exercises you want to use.
If you’re looking for a more guided experience, be sure to check out the Days Inspired Manifestation Journal. This journal can be used either digitally or printed.
It includes all of the journaling techniques in this post and much, much more! The journal is 44 total pages and was designed to walk you through the entire manifestation process through journaling.
In the journal, you will walk through 4 main areas:
If you want to learn more about the journal before purchasing it, continue reading to see some previews!
So how can you use your manifestation journal? As mentioned, the possibilities are endless! That said, here are 8 main ways you can use your manifestation journal:
Gratitude and manifestation go hand in hand. Why? Because our current reality are full of things that we have already manifested.
By expressing gratitude for these things through journaling, we inspired confidence in our abilities to continue manifesting our desires.
To start gratitude journaling for manifestation, consider journaling about the following:
How do you know what you want to manifest? In order to truly harness the power of the law of attraction, you must first set intentions that are true to who you are and your desires.
Intentions are just another way to define the goals you have for manifesting. But when it comes to defining them, it’s important to get specific.
To journal for setting intentions, intention setting journal prompts can be great. A few to get you started:
Additionally, there are some specific exercises that can help you set intentions, like a focus wheel.
These journal prompts and exercises are all included in the Days Inspired manifestation Journal.
If you haven’t tried using affirmations for manifestation yet, I highly recommend you do so.
They are incredibly effective! Affirmations are short, positive statements that we say or write down to manifest our intentions. To use affirmations, you first either write your own or select affirmations that feel true to you from a list of pre-defined intentions.
Then, you can use them in a variety of ways. When it comes to journaling, certain exercises like the 555 method and 777 method rely on affirmations.
Looking for more affirmation? Check out my other affirmations posts:
Manifestation is a long term practice. It’s not easy to see progress on a day to day basis. However, over the course of weeks, months, and even years, you’ll see how your manifestation practice impacts your life.
Especially if you’re journaling to track progress.
Here’s a few ways you might consider using your manifestation journal to track progress:
If you feel stuck in your manifestation journey, taking time to really think on some manifestation journal prompts can help quite a bit.
There are so many great manifestation journal prompts out there, but here’s a few to get started:
Scripting is a manifestation technique in which you write in your journal as if your desires have already come true.
Imagine that each of your desires has come true. Get really detailed with this, then journal on the following:
It’s a great practice to repeat. Consistently journal as your future self, and eventually you will see your path converge.
Manifestation is an inherently reflective process. Your manifestation journal is a great place to take a step back and reflect on your manifestation journey.
Each week, reflect on the following & write about it:
Starting a manifesting journal has been an extremely powerful practice for me. It has helped me overcome barriers in my manifestations, and get much closer to living the life I dream of.
I compiled the techniques I used and more all into one place with my manifestation journal on Etsy. If you’re ready to get started, the journal is perfect for you!
I hope that starting a manifesting journal can do the same for you and that you feel inspired to get started in whatever way feels most authentic to you.
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