Yes, you absolutely can manifest on your phone. The most important thing to remember about manifestation in terms of the law of attraction is that it’s more about the thoughts and vibrations you put out into the universe than the physical tools you need to do so.

There are so many different options out there for manifestation that work to varying degrees depending on who you ask, to the point that how you do it becomes irrelevant. I’ll use something like the 5×55 manifestation method or the 369 alternative if I want to focus on manifesting something quickly. For longer-term plans and ambitions, I use my manifestation journal every day. Admittedly, all of those options involve writing, but the key difference is that I do the first two on a computer, specifically in a Word document, while I do the latter in a physical Black n’ Red notebook.

Put simply, if I can do one form of manifestation on a computer and the other in a notebook, and both work well for me, there’s absolutely no reason why I couldn’t do the same on a phone. I use my phone for vision boards and, in practical terms, that’s every bit as valid a form of manifestation as anything else.

How to Practice Manifestation on Your Phone

The specifics around how you would go about practising manifestation on your phone depend on the technique you use.

Phone Manifestation by Writing

If, like me, you prefer to manifest through writing and scripting, then all you need is the notes app. The vast majority of phones come with something like this by default – I know for a fact that iPhones do, and I’d imagine Androids have something extremely similar.

If you don’t have one, or you’re not keen on the notes app that comes with your phone as standard, you can always head on over to the relevant app store for your device and will undoubtedly find hundreds of options, all with different features to make your life easier.

Writing down manifestations is not difficult, and you don’t need to be Shakespeare by any stretch of the imagination. In most cases, once you’ve decided on what to manifest and how to phrase it, it all becomes about repetition.

Let’s say you want to manifest a black Lamborghini. You’re manifestation may say “I love my black Lamborghini, how fast it drives and how comfortable the ride is.” If you’re using something like the 5×55 method, you’ll then write this down over and over, every day for five days.

To reiterate, it is the thoughts you have about driving the car and the positive energy of gratitude that you put out into the universe that make the difference, not the act of writing. You could type it on your phone, write it in a journal or even use a hammer and chisel to carve it into a stone tablet. Think about the act rather than the action and if your manifestation is to happen, it will do so regardless of how you do it.

It’s also possible to practice manifestation on your phone or tablet in journal form. Your notes app might be just what you need for this, especially if you don’t tend to write much. However, if you’re the kind of person that practically writes a short story about the coming days, weeks, months and years each morning, you might want to turn your attention to something better suited to the task.

You can, of course, get Microsoft Word on your phone and use it exactly as you would a computer. I’m also fond of OneNote and Evernote, both of which are mentioned in this wider note app review. It’s all about what makes you most comfortable. One of the quickest ways to stop a manifestation from happening is by ditching consistency. In an ideal world, you’ll practice a manifestation exercise every single day. If it starts to feel like a chore, you’re far more likely to give up.

Incidentally, to follow up on that point, don’t be afraid to write ‘unconventionally’. I can’t speak for everyone, but I can type many times faster on a computer keyboard than I can on a phone equivalent. Fortunately, the only person you’re writing for is you. If what you put on the page makes sense in your head, the universe will understand. It doesn’t read your phone; it listens to your vibrations.

That means that if you wnt 2 use txt spk to write your affirmations, go right ahead. If you’re wondering if you can manifest on your phone in different languages, of course you can. English is a man-made construct and certainly not something to which the universe is bound. Save time by all means, but try not to rush.

Manifesting on Your Phone Through Speech

As I’ve said so many times, I’m a writer and so I like to write. This works well for manifestation, but it’s not the only way and certainly not something that anyone could claim to be the ‘best’ way to go about it.

People around the world have just as much success through speaking their manifestations and affirmations. Once again, it matters what you think and the energies you put forth, not specifically how you go about doing it.

If you do decide to recite your manifestations out loud, you can use your phone to double up on your efforts. Just as most major smartphones have a notes app nowadays, they also have a voice recorder. Even if they don’t they can capture videos. The benefit here is that when you speak your affirmations, you put yourself in the right mindset to manifest. You can achieve exactly the same by hearing them back.

I liken it, at least in some ways, to meditation. Listening to yourself confirming exactly what you want from the universe will just as successfully put you on the path to success as speaking them in the first place. I would highly recommend having a recording of yourself speaking your affirmations somewhere on your device, even if you hate the sound of your own voice.

If nothing else, it ensures that if you run out of time to fill in your journal or carry out your traditional manifestation routine, you can still go right ahead and listen in on what you really want, even if you’re multitasking in the meantime.

Manifestation with a Vision Board on Your Phone

Creating a vision board on your phone is an article in itself and fortunately, that article is coming up soon. In the meantime, I’ll take this opportunity to say that yes, you can certainly make a vision board on your phone and yes, it will work every bit as well as one you’d made with card and pictures.

Again, the notes app can come up trumps here, but you might want to use a more general collage app to pull together pictures from across the internet that best represent what you’re hoping to achieve.

The biggest benefit of all, as far as I’m concerned, is that these phone vision boards can quickly and easily be added to your home screen. One of the great ways in which vision boards work is that they’re there when you need them, reminding you of exactly what is important in your life. On a personal level, I’d say that at least half the time I open my phone, it’s through boredom of procrastination. What could be a better way to alleviate that than to have your hopes and dreams on display before you even open an app?

Can You Manifest On Your Phone? – In Summary

I believe that the smartphone is one of the biggest advancements in practising the law of attraction of all time. There remain some traditionalists that like to stick to the ‘old’ methods, but I see absolutely no reason to do so.

Did Napoleon Hill manifest on his phone when he wrote Think and Grow Rich? Of course not, but I believe he would have if he could have. Did people attend the first Earth Day events in 1970 in electric vehicles? They did not, but they probably would have if the technology existed.

Once again, the act of manifestation relies on your vibrations and energies, not the man-made tool you use to express them. If you want to manifest on your phone, you probably already have all the tools you need to do precisely that even if you’ve never downloaded a single app. If you can demonstrate the gratitude, positivity and consistency required to manifest things through the universe, then you have everything you need to succeed already.