Language has a big impact on how you practice Law of Attraction exercises. While visualization, making vision boards, and other manifestation techniques are the most common methods known, the use of vision board wording is something not a lot of people know about.
This is why we made this guide to help you understand that no matter how many vision boards you make, if you don’t use the proper vision board words, and you don't make the proper vision board sentences, it could block your blessings from entering your life.
In this guide, we’ll teach you 6 of the best vision board wording techniques for manifestation, as well as the words to avoid when making your manifestation sentences.
But first, allow us to tell you why writing on a piece of paper is the best way to practice and apply vision board wording and sentences.
WRITING IN PAPER STIMULATES STRONG BRAIN ACTIVITY
Did you know that writing on paper stimulates stronger brain activity compared to jotting down on an electronic device?
Yes, while it seems faster and more convenient to take out your phone and write your to-do list, you’ll actually become more efficient if you handwrite your notes on a piece of paper or journal.
A significant study on the topic was conducted by Umejima et al. in 2021. The study involved groups of university students and recent graduates. One group was told to write down on a piece of paper while the other group was told to write notes on an electronic device.
Using fMRI neuroimaging, the researchers identified specific brain activation differences when the students were subjected to memory retrieval.
The study came up with the following results:
- Writing down on paper is faster.
- Writing boosts brain activity.
- Writing on paper optimizes memory.
- Writing triggers multiple robust brain activity.
- Writing on paper promotes better memory recall.
- Writing supports stronger neural encoding and memory retrieval.
In short, writing down on paper helps you learn faster, as well as recall information you’ve written down. When you’re writing down your goals, your goal-setting plans, and what you want to achieve, they are better imprinted on your brain, allowing you to focus and keep your attention on achieving your goals.
The researchers say that writing down on a piece of paper is more efficient due to the complex and unique spatial and tactile information that leads to improved memory.
The details of the study as well as the significance of the findings are found in the March 19, 2021 issue of Frontiers In Behavioral Neuroscience, which is a peer-reviewed journal.
The data retrieved from this research explains why writing down your goals in a journal is one of the most effective ways to manifest your goals and one of the best exercises for the Law of Attraction.
6 METHODS FOR WRITING MANIFESTATION TECHNIQUES
Here are 6 methods for writing vision board wording as a Law of Attraction exercise:
Scripting is a simple manifestation method where you put yourself in the position of having received what you asked for. Here is how you do it:
Get a notebook or journal and start writing. Imagine yourself after the fact: you have $10M in your bank account, you’re living in your dream home, you’re traveling the world in your private jet, you have beautiful kids and a happy family, etc.
Start jotting down how you feel, and how happy you are, and describe having it all. Scripting allows you to feel the emotions of having achieved your dreams. When it comes to asking the Universe for something, you need to match the emotional energy of what you want to attract.
Through scripting, you are creating these emotional energies with ease. Let your hand flow freely when writing, and don’t worry about grammar, spelling, or punctuation marks. Let the positive energy flow through your hands.
2. 55X5 METHOD
The 55 x 5 Method is writing down your goals 55 times every day for 5 days. It comes from the idea that repetition helps to imprint information in our subconscious thoughts.
Choose a goal, write it down 55 times at different times throughout the day, and repeat for 5 days. You need to write in the morning, afternoon, and evening, to ensure you’re thinking about your goal throughout the day.
The idea is that after 5 days, you’d have given your goal enough time and attention for it to stay in your mind. So even if you’re no longer writing about the goals, you continue to give them attention since they’re already in your subconscious mind.
An affirmation letter is writing about yourself but from the perspective of your best friend. Visualize yourself having achieved your goals and dreams, and that a good friend is writing you the letters, and you’re reading them.
This method of writing helps you get into the space of having achieved your goals and that people around you are proud of what you’ve accomplished. It puts you in a place of pride and happiness.
Here is how you do it:
Get pieces of paper and write down affirmations as if you’re a friend. Write down affirmations, such as:
- “I am so proud of what you have achieved. You are now one of the best experts in your profession and no one deserves it more than you.”
- “I am happy for you and your marriage, as well as the bun in the oven, finally giving you the family you always wanted to have.”
- “Congratulations on your promotion, you deserve it for all of your hard work.”
When writing these affirmations, feel the emotions of having someone you love be as happy for you as you are when you’ve finally achieved your dreams.
A vision letter is writing on a piece of paper as if you’re living your dreams. It’s one goal per paper, and the difference between this and scripting is that you’re going to put a date. Once you’ve made the vision, place it in a safe place, where you’ll store it and open it on the future date you put on the paper.
Here is how you do it:
Get a piece of paper. Write down a specific date, maybe 5 years from now. Write down your dreams as if you’re living it. For example, “I have $5M in my bank account right now,” or “I am happily cooking and serving clients in my restaurant,” or “I am playing with my 2-year-old son on my large lawn in my dream house.”
This technique will get you excited about your future and will help you make sure that by the time you open your vision letter, all your dreams will have come true.
A gratitude journal is the easiest and fastest way to use writing as a manifestation technique. Every day, write down 5 things you are grateful for. You can write them in the morning or in the evening, it doesn’t matter. Just make it a daily habit.
When you write them down, feel the emotions of how grateful you are. Write specifics as well. For example, “I am happy I have a roof above my head, for my comfortable and warm bed, and for food to eat in my fridge.”
Be as detailed as possible. This instantly puts you in a positive and abundant mindset, helping you in your Law of Attraction exercise by creating positive energy.
THE 369 RULE OF MANIFESTATION
This method is inspired by the 369 number, which was one of Nikola Tesla’s favorite number sequences, as he believed it to have unique significance.
It’s as simple as writing down your goals three times a day: Write down your goal 3 times in the morning, 6 times in the afternoon, and 9 times in the evening. Write one single goal to give it focus and attention.
Repeat this method for 3, 6, or 9 days. It is similar to the 55x5 manifesting method that uses repetition to imprint the goal in your subconscious mind.
Choose one or all of these writing manifestation methods and use them to supplement your vision board practice.
When writing your goals, choose the ones you have on your dream board. By using a vision board and writing manifestation methods, you are using multiple techniques to achieve your goals.
You can use magazine cutouts, or you can also use vision board kits like The Vision Cloud’s Original Vision Board Kit for your dream board. This kit has 100+ images you can use, so there's no need to buy magazines and it also has 60 motivational cards you can use for your collage.
Align your vision board goals with what you write in your journal or for any of these writing techniques and use them as your visualization method for manifestation.
WORDS TO AVOID FOR VISION BOARD SENTENCES
When constructing your vision board sentences, there are a few words you need to avoid. By avoiding these words, your portal of opportunities and blessings will be open, allowing you to receive more prosperity and abundance.
Here are some of the words you need to avoid using when constructing your vision board sentences:
- No, Not, Don’t
- Try, Hope, Maybe
- Wish, Someday, If
- Can’t, Won’t, Wouldn’t
Avoid saying “I don’t want to gain weight.” Instead, say, “I am thankful for having a healthy body.”
Avoid saying, “I wish I would get that promotion.” Instead, say, “I am confident of getting that promotion.”
Avoid saying, “Someday, I am going to be rich.” Instead, say, “Thank You, Universe, for bringing wealth into my life.”
Believe and never doubt the Universe will give you what you want. You need to believe and be confident that what you want is already yours. It’s coming and it’s already in your hands.
Vision board wording and vision board sentences are important when manifesting your goals. Knowing how to use writing techniques and the right words and sentence construction for your Law of Attraction exercises will help you achieve your dreams faster and more efficiently.