Writing down what you want in life is a powerful tool for manifesting your goals and dreams. In this article, learn how writing helps you manifest. And how to manifest by writing in 5 simple steps.

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How writing can help you manifest

Writing can help you define what is most important to you. Defining what you want is the first step in manifesting anything.

If you are unsure of exactly what you want out of life, you can get mixed results. A lack of clarity can cause confusion and make manifesting difficult. But writing can help you gain clarity and self-knowledge.

Once you know exactly what you want to manifest, writing on paper can help you discover what thoughts and emotions are behind your desires. Clearly understanding your thoughts and emotions can then allow you to see what thoughts and emotions might be holding you back in manifesting. Or what might be helping.

So let’s dive into how exactly to manifest by writing. These 5 steps are simple, but they are extremely powerful in manifesting your desires.

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5 Steps to manifest by writing

Write exactly what you want

The first step to manifest your goals and dreams is to write all of them down on paper. For this, you will want to find a quiet place where you can relax with your journal and pen.

If you have major goals to manifest, such as a lifestyle overhaul, you may want to get an outline going.

As you write, be highly detailed and specific about each thing you wish to manifest. For example, if you want to manifest the perfect partner, describe them in detail. What hobbies do they like? Are they more introverted or extroverted? How do they treat you? What about others? How is the chemistry between you? And so forth. Leave out nothing.

If a part of you thinks something like This list is asking too much. I’ll never meet someone that has all of these qualities then hush that voice. That voice is wrong! (And we will address that in a minute.)

The point of writing exactly what you want is to be fully honest with yourself. You are not settling for anything less than you desire when you are writing this list. And that is the first step to getting exactly what you desire.

Don’t be that person who never tries to get a front row parking spot because they think all the spots are taken so they always park in the very back.

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Write why you want it

Next, write out why you want to manifest your desire. Let’s use the example of the perfect partner, Go through your detailed list. Why do you want someone who makes you feel a certain way? Why are certain qualities important, while other qualities are not important?

What are your intentions behind your desires? This is a good question when trying to manifest a certain career path, for example. When you gain clarity into why you want something that you are trying to manifest, you can then clarify your desires even further for more powerful manifesting. You can weed out what is not so important to you. And hone in on what really excites you.

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Write exactly how you’ll feel once you manifest your desire

Writing what you want and why you want it naturally leads to the 3rd crucial step in the writing manifestation process. And that is to write in detail exactly how you will feel upon manifesting your goal. You will likely notice both positive and negative feelings associated with what you wish to manifest. This is normal.

Noticing happy feelings

As you write, feel the happy feelings of having what you want deeply. Feel them uninhibitedly as if they are real. Allow yourself to become familiar with those good, satisfied, content feelings of having what you want.

This step of writing and feeling will help create new neural pathways in your brain. Writing with feeling will help train your brain to experience a new reality. Even if time hasn’t caught up with your reality just yet. To manifest something, you need to feel the feeling first before you see it show up in real life. All of creation starts in the invisible realm.

Noticing unhappy feelings

When examining your feelings behind manifesting something, you may notice feelings that are unpleasant to you. Feelings such as fear, insecurity, or jealousy. Or thoughts of lack, impossibility, desperation, and so on. Once you discover those negative thoughts and uncomfortable feelings, understand that you have actually struck gold.

Once you know what’s holding you back, you can begin to heal and gently shift those feelings. How you do that will be personal. It’s different for everyone. Writing and journaling can be helpful for many people.

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Write your goals often (even if repeating)

Using writing to manifest is more powerful the more you practice it. You can go through the first 3 steps often. Every few days or every week. Maybe even every day, depending on your goals and dreams.

You can continually redefine or reiterate exactly what you wish to manifest. Along with why you wish to manifest it, and your feelings associated with it.

Each time you write you are strengthening the neural pathways of good feelings through the behavior of writing. And chipping away at blocks to manifesting.

Each time you write, you are saying to The Universe, God, and your angels This is what I desire. You are creating your reality with your mindset and feelings first. And your reality will follow.

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Detach from the outcome

The final step to manifesting though writing has little to do with writing. It has to do with letting go. To manifest something, you must detach from the outcome. That means you must get your mind off it for a while and trust the process.

It’s easier said than done. But trying to rush manifestation never works. It has the opposite effect. Fear, annoyance, and desperation are normal. But they are the biggest obstacles we have in manifesting.

You must find a way to lighten your energy and shift away from thinking about the manifestation process until your next focus period. (Meaning, the next time you sit down to intently manifest by writing or any other method you may use.)

Trust that, as author and speaker Gabrielle Bernstein says, “The Universe Has Your Back.” Amazing things are happening behind the scenes. You can never predict the future and all of the blessings that await.

Examples of written manifestations

So how might a written manifestation look? It’s helpful to write what you desire as if you already have it. Here are a few examples:

  • My body is strong, fit, and perfectly healthy. My skin is clear, my hair is full. I am beautiful.
  • I love my new career. The kind and helpful people, the generous pay, and how relaxed I feel there. It doesn’t even feel like work. More like a place I go each day to have fun and feel satisfied as I earn a living.
  • My partner fulfills me in every way. He is strong, kind, loving, sexy, reliable, trustworthy (etc.)

Concluding thoughts

Manifesting with writing is an amazing process. It can yield incredible results. As a practice, manifesting on paper helps you continually redefine your goals and dreams. While keeping an awareness of your mindset and attitude.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this article. Please let me know your thoughts in the comments!

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