We all know the benefits of meditation. It helps us achieve clarity, focus, and allows us to de-stress. But that’s not all that meditation can do. Manifestation meditation is a technique that uses principles from the Law of Attraction to help you begin to manifest your desires.
Using a Law of Attraction Manifestation Meditation can bring some focus and positivity to achieving your goals. Repeating a manifestation mantra over and over and visualizing your goals during your meditation helps build positive energy around this idea.
So what is a Law of Attraction Manifestation Meditation and how do you do it?
What is the Law of Attraction?
The Law of Attraction is a spiritual philosophy that helps you to redirect your energy more beneficially. Think of every thought you’ve ever had and every emotion that you’ve ever felt. They probably felt charged with a little bit of energy, right?
The Universe sees every scrap of this spiritual and emotional energy that we produce every single day. If we emit positive energy and good emotions out into the Universe, then that will be repaid with positive changes.
Similarly, if we’re caught in a spiral of negative energy, we often feel even worse because that negativity is being reflected back by the Law of Attraction.
The Law of Attraction rewards us for being positive and proactive. Want a promotion at work? Believing in yourself, working hard, and focusing on enjoying your job can help make it a reality.
While it might not help you to win the lottery or become a movie star, any average person can experience a lot of benefits from the Law of Attraction.
What is Meditation?
Meditation practices have been used across several different cultures for thousands of years. Meditation is a method of calming and relaxing our minds, helping us to identify our seemingly random thoughts and return our attention to a peaceful mindset.
Basic meditation technique often involves breathing exercises that help you to focus and still your mind. It can be helpful to listen to a relaxing audio track.
Some people will swear by morning meditations to help set them up for the day. Lots of successful people – from entrepreneurs to YouTubers and writers – endorse meditation.
Mindfulness meditation is a proven psychological treatment and can even bring physical health benefits such as lower blood pressure.
Can You Manifest While Meditating?
Like any meditation practice, manifestation meditation takes some time to master. But it’s well worth the effort.
The basic manifestation meditation technique involves adding a series of repetitive affirmations to your standard meditation. Recited mantras are a great way to focus your thoughts and help you manifest your hopes.
While meditating and reciting your affirmations, there’s also an element of creativity involved. To get the most out of the technique, you have to construct a mental image of your dreams and goals.
By returning to this mental image over and over, you’re crafting a beacon of positive energy to the Universe and attuning it to your wishes. It’s the belief in this signal that makes the Law of Attraction work.
When building these mental manifestations, it’s important to still be realistic with yourself. If you envision something too far-fetched or unlikely, it’s going to be very difficult to manifest it in reality.
You might have strong feelings for someone and want to manifest a blossoming romance in real life. But manifestation meditation isn’t going to be a magical Cupid’s arrow that will influence their thoughts directly.
What it can do is provide some guidance and inspiration on how you could approach them or get to know them better. At the end of the day, manifestation meditation still rewards proactive thinking and realistic expectations.
Why Manifestation Meditation is So Powerful
I love meditation in general. I’m a big fan.
Combined with manifestation, it’s even more powerful because it switches us from our daily mode of just reacting to what the world throws at us. It switches us to a more active approach to making changes in our life. This is a big part of manifestation and such a commonly overlooked one.
And Not That Difficult
There’s a big misunderstanding about what meditation is and what it takes.
“I can’t think about nothing”
Meditation takes practice. Just like riding a bike, it takes consistent effort and time invested.
But it isn’t about being able to immediately sit and “think of nothing”. Nobody can do that. It’s about accepting that your mind is going to wander and being able to mindfully bring it back to the subject of your focus. Usually, beginners will focus on their breath but (in this case) we can also focus on the object or goal you’re trying to manifest.
If you’re a complete beginner to meditation, I’d take a few minutes to watch this video. It’ll cover the dead basics of how to get started and then we’ll look at how to actually apply this process to manifestation.
How To Do A Law Of Attraction Meditation
So how do you tap into the Law of Attraction? Here are some actionable steps to help you get into a powerful meditation habit to manifest your thoughts:
Tip: Possibly the most overlooked step is properly setting your intention before voicing your affirmation. This can seem simple but it’s one of the biggest mistakes I see people make and if we get this step wrong, your desires are very unlikely to become reality.
1. Create a relaxed space
Settle into a comfortable sitting position, either in a chair with your feet flat and grounded or sitting cross-legged. Choose a quiet space where you can avoid out external distractions like noise or your phone.
Some people find it helpful to burn a scented candle or some incense. Sage is normally quite popular. You may also want to listen to some soothing music or binaural beats through your headphones or sound system.
2. Focus on your breathing
Sink into a controlled, steady rhythm with your breathing. The 4-2-4 method is a popular technique. Breathe in for four seconds, then hold it for two seconds before exhaling for a further four seconds.
Try and feel the breath coming in and going out of your lungs. Start to try and detach yourself from your thoughts. If the odd one creeps through, don’t worry about it. Just note its presence and then gently push it away. This is always the most difficult aspect of any meditation.
3. Begin to repeat your affirmations
I heavily suggest using scripting manifestation for this. Not only is it a powerful technique in itself, it works very well with the meditation process. Choose a mantra that summarizes your desire clearly and positively. Use upbeat and empowering language in your mantra. For example, you might say something like:
I am good at my job and I’m worthy of a promotion.
Repeat this affirmation slowly and calmly for about five minutes.
4. Envision your wish
Here’s where that creative energy comes in. Start to construct a positive but realistic image of what life would be like if you achieved your desire.
So, in our promotion example, you might visualize how a perfect day at work might go in your new role. What time would you get up? How would you behave at work? How would people react to you?
Try and engage all of your senses with the image. Focus on the smell of the coffee, the sounds of the office, the touch of your fingers on the keys, the taste of your lunch, the sight of yourself at the desk.
5. Incorporate gratitude
Gratitude is a powerful force of positive energy, and we can use this to power our manifestation and tap into the Law of Attraction.
Think of everything that you’re grateful for in your life. Your partner, friends, family, pets. Remember the joy that you feel during hobby activities, or call up some memories that you treasure deeply.
Surrounding yourself with these positive thoughts will help to draw more positivity towards you.
6. Take steps to manifest
Once you’ve completed your meditation, it’s time to take action. Take proactive steps towards your goals, focusing on practical things that you can do to bring them closer.
One helpful technique can be to behave as if you’ve already achieved your desired ambitions. Remember that visualization that we created? Try and incorporate elements of that into your daily routine.