Manifesting Affirmations

Manifestation is a similar practise to affirmation. Applying the EJT structure to manifestation is quite useful in this regard. The primary key for successful manifestation is the emotional focus and intent — not words per se. Thus, a concise and well-structured sentence supports a good manifestation and doesn’t detract from the focus. It’s essentially the same as working a good affirmation. The typical difference between the two is one is inwards-facing and the other outwards.

The other key determiner with manifestation is at the non-mundane (non-physical) level. This is the realm of the soul and spirit. As stated elsewhere on this site, the spirit and soul’s needs might not be the same as the lived human-experience’s perceived needs. It’s a total bummer. If you look at it akin to a parent with their needy child you’ll get the picture. However, it’s not the end of the road because there’s always a bit of wriggle room. So the plan is to wriggle it as best as possible where there are roadblocks and enjoy the rewards where not.

Successful manifestation requires emotional commitment and consistency. Consider it like filling a vehicle with petrol. If you only do it for a minute, you won’t get far. In fact, you’d think the car ‘wasn’t working’ because you’d not get to your destination, and ditch the car entirely. This is a fundamental problem with human manifestation. Critically, everyone experiences a different fuel-flow, which can be disheartening. Work on the assumption you have the least fuel-flow imaginable and you’ll go far.

Here’s the structure:

To fulfil my life, I claim my financial abundance

(1) To fulfil my life, — (2) I claim my — (3) financial abundance

The words themselves aren’t prescriptive. “To fill my life” is perfectly fine too. The important takeaway is how the words setup the need at the end. There are several things going on here:

  1. A sense of fullness, being the antidote to lack (presumably why the manifestation is taking place at all.)
  2. A sense of ownership, being the antidote to worthiness issues.
  3. The need itself in clean and crisp form.

Promises

I make none!

Preparation

A nice meditation; a quiet mind; a loving heart. If good music or dance opens you up, then do that too. Speak the phrases cleanly, clearly and with emotional commitment. If you notice counter-thoughts or feelings then you need to work the phrases through until you’re comfortable; a compliant mind is required.

Manifestation examples

Here’s a set of themed manifestations. Some are dressed-up affirmations, but it’s all good. Take the essence and create your own.

To fulfil my life, I claim my safety and security
To fulfil my life, I claim my material success
To fulfil my life, I claim my financial abundance

To fulfil my life, I claim my ideal work
To fulfil my life, I claim my perfect job
To fulfil my life, I claim my creative potential

To fulfil my life, I claim my happiness
To fulfil my life, I claim my joyfulness
To fulfil my life, I claim my daily miracles

To fulfil my life, I claim my loving relationships
To fulfil my life, I claim my ideal health
To fulfil my life, I claim my heart’s desire

To fulfil my life, I claim my divine self
To fulfil my life, I claim my divine purpose
To fulfil my life, I claim my divine wisdom

To fulfil my life, I claim my healing thoughts
To fulfil my life, I claim my healing words
To fulfil my life, I claim my healing actions