Ancient Manifestation Ritual-How To Manifest Your Desires

ancient manifestation ritual

Are you wondering how ancient manifestation rituals can help you? Maybe you have been wanting to up your manifestation a game but are struggling to stay consistent. Well, ancient manifestation rituals can definitely help! First, a brief introduction on what manifesting is.

What is Manifestation?

Manifestation is simply bringing your thoughts into reality in the physical world. Almost everything around you started as an idea first. You are constantly manifesting everything in your life. So if you think you can’t do a manifest ritual, you are wrong! Everyone can easily manifest what they want! You just need consistent, positive intentions for what you desire. Rituals can absolutely help with that!

“Your whole life is a manifestation of the thoughts that go on in your head.”

– Lisa Nichols

According to Wikipedia, manifestation is;

“The practice was popularized by the film The Secret (2006) and a book of the same name by Rhonda Byrne. It has been popularized on social media since the 2010s.[1] It is promoted by Oprah WinfreyDeepak ChopraEckhart TolleGabrielle Bernstein, and Iyanla Vanzant, among others.[2]

What Are Ancient Manifestation Rituals?

According to, Rituals are;

“A ritual is a ceremony or action performed in a customary way. “

Rituals can really be anything that is repeated with intention on a regular basis. As an adjective, rituals are more spiritual and a, “sacred, customary ways of celebrating a religion or culture.”

Therefore, rituals are not just habits. They are something that are done regularly, yes, but usually with a stronger intention. With manifestation, you also need to have a strong intent behind what you desire.

Therefore, manifesting and rituals oftentimes go hand and hand.

What Ancient Manifestation Rituals Should You Do?

In some ways, the journaling techniques, water manifestations, and gratitude jars I’ve included in my posts can be used as rituals. In fact, well known manifestation influencer, Sarah Prout, has an ancient manifestation ritual program that uses a variation of one of my blog posts about journaling techniques.

Personally, I didn’t feel the need to pay for a program like that as journaling is readily available for free online, but she does offer a refund and it’s not a very expensive product. I can see how some might receive value from her ancient manifestation ritual program as it goes into a lot of depth and provides added support, but it wasn’t really for me.

Now, I don’t know where Prout actually first heard of the ancient manifestation ritual, but I can tell you that just about anything can be incorporated into a ritual. I’m not sure we will ever know the source of those journaling rituals like the 369 manifestation method or 55×5 but I do know they work great!

I’ve created a whole ritual section in my manifestation toolbox so you can pick the rituals the resonate the most for you. You can also of course create and modify them as well. As you do them more, you will start to get better at personalizing your rituals and finding what works best for you. A ritual kit is also a great addition to your ritual practice.

Here is an example of a scripting (journaling) ritual you can try. You don’t need any special ritual place, but it definitely helps to have somewhere quiet where you won’t be disturbed! You can add things like candles, crystals, etc. if you’d like as well, and a special journal and pen.

How to Do the 369 Manifestation Ancient Manifestation Ritual

“If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have the key to the universe.” Nikola Tesla

The 3699 method is pretty straightforward and is similar to other methods of writing down your desires, but you repeat it throughout the day. It really became popular on TikTok although I am unsure of it’s origins. Famed inventor Nikola Tesla believed the numbers 3,6, and 9 held keys to the universe. However, what I think makes it so powerful is the repetition and dedication that it requires. You think about and write your manifestation in a positive, present tense multiple times a day. It is always on your mind!

The first step is to write what you want in a positive, present tense statement which is longer than 17 seconds. I like to add in some gratitude for extra emotional impact as well. For example, “I am so thankful I have manifested $5,000.” You would not want to write it like this, “I wish I had $5,000.”

The 3 x 6 x 9 Method:

Then you write it down three times a day, for different amounts.

Every morning write down that statement three times.

In the afternoon, write the same statement six times

Then just before you go to bed you write it nine times.

Ancient Manifestation Ritual Benefits

Rituals require deliberate, thoughtful intention. It causes us to get out of our heads per say, and into just being the energy we wish to align with. Rituals require us to be in the moment, and to slow down. Rituals can also connect us to nature, our spirit, and our community. Be participating in powerful rituals we remember our divinity if only for a few minutes.

Ancient manifestation rituals can also reinforce our desire to bring our thoughts into reality by physically acting out what we wish to create. Our minds are powerful creators, but impatient at times. Ancient manifestation rituals give us something to do while we wait. This helps us let go of the attachment of needing to do something to manifest.

We can relax knowing we have put our full, focused intent out into the universe in a powerful, and focused way. We no longer need to focus on lack or feel we need to do more. It’s the same reason people are so often peaceful after prayer or meditation; both are forms of spiritual rituals in a sense.

“This is what rituals are for. We do spiritual ceremonies as human beings in order to create a safe resting place for our most complicated feelings of joy or trauma, so that we don’t have to haul those feelings around with us forever, weighing us down. We all need such places of ritual safekeeping. And I do believe that if your culture or tradition doesn’t have the specific ritual you are craving, then you are absolutely permitted to make up a ceremony of your own devising…”

Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love