Powerful Technique for Manifesting

writingScripting is a powerful technique for manifesting, one that you should use in combination with other law of attraction tools you may be using. Scripting involves writing down from one to a few short paragraphs to describe an experience that you’d like to see manifested in your life, exactly as you want it to happen.

In fact, you will be writing a script of a day or an event in your future life as if it had already happened and as if you were just recalling the details of it! How amazing is that?

To take advantage of this technique, you must place your focused attention on what you want, and imagine the thing you want exactly as it’s supposed to happen. You will know you are doing this exercise correctly when you feel excited while writing things down. Moreover, when you take time to do this regularly, you will be sending out to the universe your powerful thought vibrations in chunks which will eventually manifest as the story of your life.

Let’s look at the details and some examples on how to do scripting as a powerful technique for manifesting

First, you should buy a good quality notebook and a fancy pen that you will use exclusively for this purpose. In this notebook you will be writing down affirmations, positive statements and intentions that describe what you want to see manifested in your life. Every time you write something in this notebook, it should feel like a special experience to you.

Secondly, you need to set aside some time to do this exercise regularly. I recommend at least 3 to 5 times per week. I suggest you schedule your writing time in advance and set an alarm to remind you if necessary. Make sure you will not be distracted  or interrupted by phone calls or other duties. This should be your special time for scripting.  If you ask me, the best time to do it is right before you retire. Not only will you be less prone to interruptions but whatever you write will stay in your mind as you fall asleep. Scripting is a very powerful way to influence the subconscious too!

Now is action time! With pen and notebook at hand, close your eyes and think about one thing that you desire to see manifested in your life. Imagine it in as much detail as possible and start writing your desires in as much detail as possible.

Script your ideal day once your dream is manifested. For instance, think of how you’d wake up in your beautiful bedroom within your perfect home; and remember to always write in the present tense, like this… “I am waking up naturally in my comfortable bed, and as I lie there, I feel the sunlight streaming through the blinds. I smell fresh coffee brewing in the kitchen. I smile because I know it’s the start of another great day. The day is so beautiful that I think I’ll have breakfast in my balcony and enjoy the ocean view for awhile.

Here are a couple of examples… “I look into the mirror and see my 125 lb body. I notice I am in great shape. I admire my trim figure. I love to be in good shape. My yoga classes and my visits to the gym are paying off, and I feel great. I put on my new red dress that I bought last weekend and I feel thrilled at how good I look in it. I’m ready to go out and give an amazing speech. I am successful and feel blessed.

I choose nutritious foods and take my vitamins daily. I am amazed at how I feel. I have boundless energy and vitality. I feel happy. I feel fit and bursting with health. I am so glad to have attended the seminar on natural health choices!

Scripting may feel awkward at first, especially if you are not used to writing. However, if you start it and stick to it, scripting will become easier and more natural as you go. Give it a try- nobody will see it but you. Once you start seeing the impact on your overall outlook on life, you will not want to stop scripting ever. It can be addictive!

Besides using this powerful technique for manifesting as described above, you may want to do scripting for a particular event or situation that you want to go well. Examples of this are: a job interview, a presentation, a musical performance, and even going on a blind date. Actually, Olympic athletes use scripting right along visualization to help them determine the outcome of the competition in a favorable way. For instance, an athlete preparing for a race may script in detail how calm and confident they felt before the race, how strong their limbs feel during the event, and how they feel when they cross the line in first place.

“The more an athlete can image the entire package, the better it’s going to be.”

~ Nicole Detling, a Sports Psychologist with the United States Olympic team

To this effect, you can use your scripting to describe the outcome of the event as you would like it to happen in detail. Let’s say you are going to a job interview. Describe how you’re feeling confident as you walk into the office building, how you feel well prepared and answer all questions, and how you notice respect and admiration on the faces of the interview panel. You may even describe how you made them laugh to break the ice as you waked in. Then, describe how you feel as you open the letter or receive a phone call where you’ve been offered the job.

Here are the final points to remember:

  • Visualize what you want first and then start scripting.
  • Make your script as detailed as possible.
  • Bring all of your senses into play: describe taste, smell, touch, sounds, and views.
  • Read your script often and use your imagination to feel a warm tingle of excitement and anticipation.
  • Use your special notebook to write affirmations and short sentences that support your scripts, as they come to mind.
  • As reinforcement, you may also want to find images that relate to your goal and paste them right next to your scripts.
  • Lastly, take scripting seriously, but have fun with the process at the same time. I treat it with a certain reverence too. After all, it is a precious book that details “my life in the making” just as I want it to be. Above it all, feel special when using this powerful technique for manifesting. It’ll work as long as you commit to it. I recommend you add to your manifesting arsenal.

    Will you give this powerful technique for manifesting a try? Or, do you already use scripting as a tool to help you manifest your desires? Please scroll down and share your comments with us – Thank You!

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    14 Responses to Powerful Technique for Manifesting

    1. Sophie March 17, 2015 at 12:22 AM #

      I kept a diary for many years when I was in my last years of elementary school and throughout high school. Scripting should come easily to me. Thanks for the tips on how to do it. I’ll give it a try!

      • Thomas Brickman March 25, 2015 at 12:19 PM #

        I also used to have a journal or diary back in the day. Then I recently took to writing in one again, but this time on the computer, it seemed to help open my mind about things. Good luck!

    2. Vickeree March 17, 2015 at 6:12 AM #

      Hi Tammy! What are the advantages of writing in a notebook versus typing in a word processor? I’m excited to try out this new technique. I’ve been writing affirmations, and things that I am grateful for in a notebook too and I will try to incorporate scripting as well. I must admit tho that I have not integrated it as a habit and sometimes I just can’t find the time to do it, especially when I’m late for work 🙂

      • Tammy March 22, 2015 at 9:36 PM #

        Vickeree, in my opinion, the art of penmanship cannot be compared to typing. Writing things with your own hand and reading them in your own handwriting afterwards can be very powerful. It has a special meaning to you and you alone because no two people have the same handwriting. When you add what I suggest (a special notebook and a fancy pen just for this purpose) it becomes even more special for some reason. I know we live in a busy world, but you don’t need a lot of time for scripting. Just a paragraph or two every day, or every other day, can have a huge positive impact in your life – give it a try!

    3. apsuccess March 17, 2015 at 9:09 PM #

      I have never done scripting before. This is my first encounter. I like to write, and it even seems like this will help with my visualization. The examples you give are really helpful and this seems like something I can do. I can see why choosing the perfect time is important. I wouldn’t want to be interrupted in the midst of living a dream. Again, I see how you put emphasis on feeling passionately about what I do, so I am already excited, looking forward to it!

    4. Somar1 March 20, 2015 at 2:32 PM #

      This is wonderful! I had never heard of scripting before. It is something that seems perfect for me. I find that verbal manifesting is very awkward for me even if no one else can hear me saying my affirmations and visualizations out loud. Writing comes easier for me. I think that scripting will be a great addition to my manifesting tools. It might even help me feel less awkward about verbally manifesting. I love your suggestion about choosing a special notebook and pen for scripting. It adds reverence to the process.

    5. pafjlh March 23, 2015 at 1:28 AM #

      I had heard about writing down what you wanted in life as if you already had it happen, as if it were your life. Sort of like the story of your life as you want it. Part of the exercise is to read what you wrote each day out loud and to say it with conviction so that anyone who was listening to you saying it would believe this was indeed your life. I had however never heard of the scenario of writing out an event in your life as you want it to happen in detail. I thnk I will do this, I know what even I want to have manifest itself, and I will write down in detail as to how I want it to happen. Thank you for the tip and the exercise to do.

    6. Nora Saban March 23, 2015 at 12:37 PM #

      I would really like to start trying to manifest again. It has not worked for me in the past but I think I will take your advice and get back into it. Scripting may actually work for me. Thank you for the motivation, writing really helps me clear my mind.

      • Tammy March 24, 2015 at 6:15 PM #

        Manifesting is an interesting thing, Nora. Certain practices work better for us than others. I’m glad you are not giving up. Give scripting a try and hope you come back and share some great news soon 🙂

    7. Jackie March 27, 2015 at 12:18 PM #

      Part of what I do for a living is writing for other people. I would love to keep a journal, but since I’m writing all day, it seems a bit like work to me. What other option would work for a person in my situation?

      • Tammy March 28, 2015 at 4:22 PM #


        Scripting is just one of the multiple techniques you can use for manifesting. I suggest you try what feels good for you, otherwise trying to manifest something in your life will seem like a hurdle and hard work, which can be counterproductive. I suggest you try putting together a vision board, or using creative visualization. Anything that helps you raise your vibrations can be helpful as well, such as music, for instance, while using your imagination to daydream intentionally.


    8. oraclemay April 2, 2015 at 2:18 AM #

      I absolutely agree with this and am going to begin doing it myself. I have never thought of doing this, but I do visualize and daydream quite often.

    9. TDJohn April 2, 2015 at 2:51 PM #

      Wow, good vibes all over! I love to be motivated and you have a great way of causing this amazing feeling, thank you! I’ve never scripted before but I did come across another article that advised this form of writing and he called it mind control. I didn’t apply any of his techniques (even though it was an enlightening read) but reading your post puts it in a different prospective that I can relate to. I’m excited to see how well I’ll do!

      • Tammy April 2, 2015 at 11:44 PM #

        I can “read” your enthusiasm, TDJohn. Go for it, and let us know how it goes – Best to you! 🙂

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