It’s no wonder that so many don’t understand exactly how to do law of attraction scripting. It’s one of those things that a lot of people believe you can do a lot of different ways. The problem is, that they don’t understand just how easy it can be to use the law of attraction to get anything you want.
Now that the new year has arrived, you’ve probably seen a lot of New Year’s resolutions floating around. You might have even made one yourself — but we all know how New Year’s resolutions end up being abandoned after a few weeks, or even days, of trying them out.
Of course, there are some who do succeed in following through with their New Year’s resolutions, but for the rest, it feels like an annual attempt in futility.
I think the problem with New Year’s resolutions is that they’re usually phrased as things we hope to accomplish. Instead of listing down what you hope to do, wouldn’t it sound better if you wrote about how you’ve already accomplished your goals?
This is where “scripting” comes in handy; it’s a technique in the Law of Attraction that can help you manifest your desires. What differentiates scripting from just writing down New Year’s resolutions is that scripting is a reality-shifting exercise that you can do anytime of the year.
Simply put, scripting is where you describe your life as if you’ve already accomplished what you wished to manifest.
With scripting, you can be as precise and detailed as you like. It’s even better if you write down your emotions and exercise your creativity. The best part is you don’t have to do scripting just once — you can jot down your “script” as many times as you want!
If you’re interested, here’s how to do Law of Attraction scripting to start the year right.
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Before writing your script, start by aligning with your center and expressing gratitude. Think of all the things that you already have and thank the Universe for them.
Since the Law of Attraction is about how “like attracts like,” it will be easier to attract things you will feel grateful for when you recognize what you should already be grateful for.
Additionally, your script becomes more powerful when you come from a place of gratitude instead of a place of need or lack. If you focus more on the things you don’t have, you unwittingly attract negative energies with this mindset.
This will become apparent in how you write your script. Thus, you should start by expressing gratitude and recognizing the abundance in your life.
This way, you can make your intentions clearer, stronger, and more aligned towards prosperity, love, and joy.
In a way, scripting and writing affirmations is the same: both need to be phrased in the present tense. By doing this, you’re basically putting out this energy where what you wish to manifest is already yours. Like they say, claim it!
Don’t be too conscious of your grammar — what’s important is that you’re in that particular headspace. Instead of writing “I will be” or “I will feel,” use phrases like “I am” or “I feel.” Write as though your future is already your present.
For example, let’s say you want to manifest your soulmate. You can write something like, “I feel so blessed with my soulmate. Even if I get so busy sometimes, he stays kind and understanding. He always looks after me and reminds me to take breaks whenever I forget to do so…”
The best thing about scripting is that the more detailed your descriptions are, the better! The whole point of scripting is to create a vision of yourself that is aligned with your desires.
This works perfectly for people who have a problem with mental visualization or guided meditation. By writing down this vision, you have a physical copy you can return to instead of something that only resides in your imagination.
For example, you want to manifest your dream home. Imagine yourself walking through that house at this very moment. Then write it down.
- How big is this house?
- What’s the color of your door?
- Do you have a garden?
- Are the windows open?
- Are the curtains swaying with the light breeze coming inside?
Be careful not to obsess over these details. Remember that scripting is an exercise to bring you closer to manifesting your desires.
Just as movie scripts tend to focus on the important parts of a story, your script should also focus on the important details of what you want to manifest instead of all the nitty-gritty details.
A common mistake among people trying to practice the Law of Attraction is that what they wish to manifest is not grounded in reality.
The Law of Attraction isn’t about imagining yourself with a million dollars and seeing the money fall into your hands. That scenario doesn’t even sound believable in the first place.
When you’re scripting, make sure that what you write is something you can believe in and something you do believe in. Otherwise, it’s not going to work as you expected.
As you write your script, check your energies and your emotions.
Do you feel resistance when writing some of the details? In this case, maybe you need to make your script a little more general.
You can add the details later when you have a clearer vision of what you want to manifest and how you would feel when it does happen.
Learning how to do Law of Attraction scripting isn’t just a fun and creative exercise — it also gives you a clearer perspective of what it’s like to manifest your desires even if your goal is still a work in progress.
By scripting, your intentions become stronger and you’re more likely to follow through with actionable steps. This is because you already believe that you’ve achieved what you wish for.
Start the new year with scripting, and see how it can change your life!