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7 Simple Manifestation Methods: Exercises That Actually Work

Are you struggling to manifest your goals?

Once you understand how The Law of Attraction works, the next question is obvious: 

How do you actually use this knowledge to create the life you really want to live?

How do you manifest the things you really, really want, even when you have no clue how you’re going to get them?

Simple: practice, practice, practice.

The Law of Attraction is all about managing your energy. You control your manifestation by using really simple exercises to help lift your mood and align your energy to match your desires.

In this post, I share 8 easy manifestation exercises you can use to get you started.

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7 Easy Law of Attraction Manifestation Techniques

Before we dive into these Law of Attraction manifestation techniques, I want to emphasize that the key underlying each and every one of them is to learn to pay attention to your current mood, and begin prioritizing how you feel over any other circumstance in your life.

The following are tools to help you do just that.

  1. Keep a Manifestation List
  2. Start a Manifestation Journal Using Positive Aspects
  3. Play the Game of Effortless Creation
  4. Practice a Rampage of Alignment
  5. Leverage The Power of Revision
  6. Strengthen Your Faith in a Positive Outcome
  7. Daydream.

Keep a Manifestation List

The first srrategy you can use is to keep a manifestation list. It’s simple and straightforward, but incredibly powerful. Simply writing down a list of your goals, and listing details about what you want to experience can be a really good way to align your energy with your desires.

While this is a very common exercise, many people don’t realize that there should always be two halves to your list.

First, you keep a list of everything that you want to manifest in your life. Update this frequently, and keep coming back to it to read and re-write the details whenever you feel inspired.

But, there’s also a second part. Alongside the things you want to manifest, also keep a list of things that have already manifested in your life, whether they’re big or small. Looking back to see how everything worked out in the past can be a really good way to increase your belief that your current desire is also on its way to you. This is especially powerful when the manifestations you’ve experienced seemed quasi-random or unexpected at the time.

Repeat this exercise often, reinforcing both what you want and what is already going well for you.

If you find it difficult, or feel like you don’t believe the list you’re keeping, skip down to the exercise on strengthening your faith first.

Start a Manifestation Journal Using Positive Aspects

The second technique is an extension of the first. You can expand your list to include more details about what you want, making sure to always focus on the positive aspects of your desire.

There are two approaches you can take.

The first is to focus on the positive aspects of the desire you want to manifest. Like in the first exercise above, this is where you list all of your imagined details that describe why you want your goal, and how much fun and excitement you anticipate from it.

The second approach is to focus on the clues that are leading you to that aim. These clues are the million little things that are perfect in your life right now, even if they aren’t directly related to your goal. The most important point here is to focus on things that make you feel good. If those positive aspects relate to your desire, so much the better, but if not, it’s ok to keep your list general, feeling appreciative of whatever is well with you, right now.

Learn more about keeping a gratitude journal, or download this free journal template.

Play The Game of Effortless Creation

This third manifestation exercise is one of my personal favorites. I call it the game of effortless creation, because it helps you to treat your manifestations freely, with an open mind and lighthearted approach.

To do this exercise, take a few seconds to quiet your mind, and find your center. Then, think of three things you’d like to experience in the next few days. Think of “little” things that may seem random, but fun. Choose experiences that are outside your normal day-to-day routine, but that are also simple and believable.

Then, forget about them. Go about your normal routine, and see what unfolds for you.

I love this exercise because it helps to strengthen your belief in synchronicity, those improbable coincidences that seem to align everything to meet your needs. This game works because when you choose little things that aren’t important to you, you enter into the receptive mode, releasing resistance to your chosen desire.

Recognizing this with the ‘small coincidences’ in life helps to pave the way for the experience of your larger aims, about which you hold more resistance.

Practice a Rampage of Appreciation

Next up is to practice playing with a rampage of appreciation.

This is a great process from Abraham Hicks, in which you string together phrases that make you feel good. Begin generally, and gradually build momentum to become more specific about the positive manifestation of your goal.

I explain more on how to do a rampage of appreciation in this post.

Leverage The Power of Revision

Revision is a popular Neville Goddard technique that helps you to shift your perspective on your day, and re-align yourself with your goals.

It works because often we set our intentions in the morning, but then are easily pulled off-track during the day, becoming embroiled in whatever circumstances happen to be in front of us.

When these circumstances seem to provide evidence against your aim, they can be destructive, since they serve to convince you that your goal is not possible…or at least not any time soon.

Revision is a great way to deal with this hiccup. At the end of your day, take a few minutes to enter into a quiet place and center your mind. Use your imagination to relive the day, and focus on any event that did not seem to go your way.

Using your imagination, relive the event, but change the experience to reflect more of what you want. You envision a new story that you tell yourself about the day.

Read more about the power of revision.

Strengthen Your Faith in a Positive Outcome

All of the above exercises are based upon your ability to believe that your desire is possible for you.

If you do not fundamentally believe that your aim is realistic, then no amount of empty affirmations or exercises will be effective in reshaping your energy.

Instead, your focus should be on changing your beliefs.

You can create empowering beliefs – beliefs that evidence who you want to be – by using a technique known as autosuggestion.

Basically, you form a new belief by repeatedly thinking thoughts in accordance with the desired belief. When you focus a thought, your faith in it expands, and over time you can fundamentally alter the way you think about your life.

Learn more about how to use affirmations correctly.

Daydream

Lastly, one of the single most powerful manifestation exercises you can do is simply to spend time daydreaming.

The more you imagine things working out for you, the more you can enter that space of feeling good about the possibilities your desires hold, the more you begin to convince yourself that everything is working out for you, and that your desires are on their way to you.

We tend to overlook the process of daydreaming because it feel too easy. But, giving your mind the creative space it needs can do wonders for helping you to catch a feeling of positive inspiration and go after your dream.

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