In my recent series of articles on the Law of Assumption (which is a manifesting technique that is an alternative to the Law of Attraction), I gave some instructions on how you can manifest something into your life.
Those instructions involve setting an intention, and then using techniques such as affirmations and visualisation to impress something upon your subconscious mind. (Impressing the subconscious mind is important since the Law of Assumption says that what your subconscious mind accepts as fact, is what manifests in your life.)
Since I wrote about the Law of Assumption, I’ve had questions asking me if and how you can manifest multiple intentions at once.
How to Manifest Multiple Intentions
The answer to that is definitely yes. I personally always work on manifesting several things at once, and in this article, I’ll tell you how I do it.
Let’s say that you wish to (1) release a chronic illness, (2) manifest a better relationship with your partner and (3) find a different job.
How do you go about setting all of these intentions, and how can you use affirmations and SATS for all of these?
Let’s look at setting the intentions first of all
In this article, I gave a ritual for setting your intentions for a particular desire or something you’d like to create.
If you’re new to manifesting, I’d recommend setting one new intention per week, and then making that particular intention the focus for at least a week (or longer) using affirmations and SATS, just until the intention feels a bit more natural. If it’s a big intention, you will probably want to focus on it for longer than a week.
Personally I’m not a fan of setting all your intentions all on the same day, because there’s the potential for overwhelm. There’s a process of “becoming” that happens when you set an intention and start using the Law of Assumption techniques, and I think it’s good to give each intention some focus on its own, and time to integrate your subconscious. This is just my personal preference, however.
You can experiment and see what works for you — there is no right or wrong here.
OK, so that’s the process of setting the intentions.
How do you use affirmations and SATs for multiple intentions?
Let’s look at SATS first. Personally I work with around 2-4 intentions per day, and I spend around 30-60 mins per day doing SATS.
So, that’s 10-15 mins per day on each intention. I recommend spending at least 10-15 mins on each desire you’re working on.
As you can see, the number of intentions you work on manifesting is limited only by the amount of time, brain space and energy you have available.
As for affirmations, I recommend reading this article I wrote on the topic, since in that article I pass on and explain an affirmation Neville Goddard recommended for manifesting multiple intentions, which is:
“Isn’t it wonderful? Something marvellous is happening to me right now!”
You could also use something like:
“I feel so grateful because I now have everything I want in life”
…while feeling the gratitude of having the life you want. Remember that affirmations should not be parroted mindlessly. They are a celebration and you must say them as if you are celebrating something that is already true for you. You can read more on that in the article about affirmations.
- You can find the next article in this series here: The Bridge of Incidents – How Long Does Manifesting Take?
And you can find Neville Goddard’s books on the Law of Assumption here: Neville Goddard: The Complete Reader
Why can’t I print your articles? I’d love to put them together as a reference notebook to help me stay on track and in order. Can you advise me as to what I’m doing wrong or are they not supposed to be printable?
Apologies for the late reply to your comment.
You can print the various articles. What you need to do is scroll to the end of the article and you should see a thing that says ‘share’.
Click on the 3 dots. A whole selection of options will come up. Click on the green one that says ‘printfriendly’. That will allow you to print off the article.