Journaling for the Soul: Manifestation

Journaling for manifestation is one of the most powerful ways to create your reality.

A manifestation journal is simply a mindset focused journal that helps you to intentionally create what you want.

You can do it once or regularly.

You can even do it intensely for a period of time when you want to shift your thinking in a certain direction.

Including prompts in your manifesting journaling that help you think outside the box, and turn your self-limiting beliefs around, is massively helpful.

This stuff is SO fun.

This is the stuff The Matrix is made of.

And journaling for manifestation is going to prove it to you.

The first, and most important, step is to figure out what it is that you want to bring into your life.

This isn’t always about things, either.

You may want more friends, better relationships, more time out, less stress, improved health, etc.

You’ve already done this once during this course and you can go back to day four and read over what you wrote.

If you feel like you want to do it again, you can do so today.

Once you’ve decided what it is that you want more of in your life, choose something you want to focus on in today’s exercise.

I want you to journal about that for manifestation by using the I AM method.

Writing in the present tense helps to bridge the gap between where you are now and where you want to go.

And really imagining that it’s true for you in the present moment (rather than something you wish for in the future) and helping you to believe that it is true.

Because ya gotta feel it to believe it!

And today we’re using volume to help your brain get on board with your new truth.


List 10 items in each of the following ‘I AM’ lists:

  • I am loving-list. I am feeling-list.
  • I am inviting-list.

Start all 10 sentences in each list with the designated sentence – e.g. “I am loving how journaling is freeing up mental capacity, I am loving being less stressed, I am loving writing with pen and paper, I am loving this time for myself every day,” and so on.

In the end, you should have three lists with 10 line items each – that’s 30 manifestation sentences. That’s a whole lot of focus!