A step by step guide to making dream jar and manifesting with it
making a dream jar

A STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO CREATING AND MANIFESTING USING A DREAM JAR

 

Hello! Today I want to talk to you about a manifesting technique which is so easy and really quite fun to do, and that’s making a dream jar.

A few months ago it was Roald Dahl’s birthday and my son returned home from school excitedly describing how they had made dream jars in class, and well, they sounded so sweet and magical, I just had to give it a go! It’s amazing to think that even at school, children are practicing manifesting!

 

 WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO MAKE YOUR DREAM JAR :

  • A clean, empty, lidded jar
  • Small pieces of paper
  • Pen
  • Your dreams

I’m even questioning why I’m writing instructions because it’s that easy, but every time you desire something, write it down (remember specifics people!) fold it up, pop it in your dream jar, close the lid and forget about it (if you’re new to manifesting, have a read of this.) It really couldn’t be easier.

If you’re a bit crafty, why not decorate your jar or make a cute label? I bought the jar and label from good old John Lewis, but you could use an empty jam or sweetie jar, or even an empty box or tin. My son insisted we added a pinch of glitter too! Why not, eh?

 

making a dream jar

Instead of writing wishes, you could draw your dream or even tear out pictures from magazines. Add crystals to amplify the energy, or put your favourite oracle card nearby (I like to use these Keepers Of The Light cards by Kyle Gray.) Remember there’s no right or wrong way. 

Have you ever made a dream jar before? What are your experiences with manifesting? If you have a go at making one share your pics by tagging me @sophiewhiffen over on Instagram – I’d love to see your creations!

All my love,

Sophie

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