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15 Manifestation Journal Prompts For A Successful School Year

15 Manifestation Journal Prompts For A Successful School Year

Positive thinking can be very difficult to do, especially as we continue to examine the external and internal circumstances we have been forced to face throughout 2020. With the school year already here, it is paramount to practice positive thinking and be able to work towards goals of growth to combat the cruelties of the world today. This can be done through manifestation–a simple way of demonstrating our inner thoughts and dreams in order for it to become our reality. This can be done through meditation, vision boards, praying, and journaling. Once you begin to manifest, you will attract the destiny you so long for. 

Below are 15 manifestation journal prompts for a successful school year. These questions are to help attract a positive and triumphant year for students at the primary, secondary, high school, and collegiate levels. Answering these relevant prompts will help you flesh out details of desires so you can use them as tools to set goals and have your confidence expand. Make sure to have a pen, journal, and your favorite chill music nearby. Enjoy!

Very Important Note: Make sure to answer these manifestation journal prompts in the present tense by starting your sentences with ‘I am’, ‘I believe’, ‘I feel’, etc.

1. What do you expect as a (insert grade) grader/(insert year) year student? 

Answer this question with ‘I expect’ for each sentence. Answers for manifestation journal prompts can be as long as you’d like it to be. 

Examples: I expect to have a lot more homework this year.

I expect to have more fun because I’m graduating this year.

I expect to study abroad and see the world this year.

15 Manifestation Journal Prompts For A Successful School Year

2. What don’t you expect as a (insert grade) grader/(insert year) year student?

Answer this question with ‘I don’t expect’ for each sentence. Answers for manifestation journal prompts can be as long as you’d like it to be. 

Examples: I don’t expect to slack off in pre-calc this semester.

I don’t expect to go back to toxic friendships this year.

I don’t expect to go to bed at 2 am every day.

3. What are you looking forward to this school year?

Answer this question with ‘I am’ for each sentence. Answers for manifestation journal prompts can be as long as you’d like it to be. 

Examples: I am looking forward to working hard and killing it in debate this year.

I am looking forward to making new friends at school this year. 

I am looking forward to seeing my favorite professor at my favorite coffee shop this year. 

15 Manifestation Journal Prompts For A Successful School Year

4. What do you want a typical school day to look like?

Answer this question with ‘I want’ for each sentence. Answers for manifestation journal prompts can be as long as you’d like it to be. 

Examples: I want a typical school day to include eating enough food, getting at least 5 hours of sleep, and seeing my friends at least twice a week. 

I want a typical school day to include going to all of my classes and never skipping one.

I want a typical school day to look like me enjoying my alone time at lunch and recess. 

5. What are areas you could improve on as a student?

Answer this question with ‘I can improve on’ for each sentence. Answers for manifestation journal prompts can be as long as you’d like it to be. 

Examples: I can improve my studying technique for my math and science classes this year.

I can improve on speaking up in class when I know the right answer.

I can improve on asking for help from the teacher when I need it. 

15 Manifestation Journal Prompts For A Successful School Year

6. Describe your perfect semester.

Answer this question with ‘My perfect semester looks like’ for each sentence. Answers for manifestation journal prompts can be as long as you’d like it to be. 

Examples: My perfect semester looks like my friends and I respecting each other’s time, boundaries, and company.

My perfect semester looks like going to the gym after school.

My perfect semester looks like utilizing the counselors’ office and writing lab when I need help in those areas.

7. Describe your boundaries.

Answer this question with ‘Boundary {1,2,3,4}:’ for each sentence. As individuals, it’s really important to know our boundaries. Answers for manifestation journal prompts can be as long as you’d like it to be. 

Examples: Boundary 1: Being touched when I’m in the middle of crying.

Boundary 2: Being pushed to get out of character after an altercation.

Boundary 3: Being told I’m someone I’m not when I know exactly who I am. 

15 Manifestation Journal Prompts For A Successful School Year

8. Why do you feel like you should go to school? List 10 reasons.

Answer this question with ‘I feel like’ for each sentence. Not why your parents want you to go to school, but why you want to go to school. Be honest with yourself. 

Examples: I feel like I should go to school because I want to go to college someday.

I feel like I should go to school because it’s a place where I can spend time with friends and away from home.

I feel like I should go to school because I love to learn new things in French class.

9. How do you think others’ would describe at school? Explain why. 

Answer this question with ‘I feel like ____ would describe me as’ for each sentence. Answers for manifestation journal prompts can be as long as you’d like it to be. 

Examples: I feel like my economics teacher would describe me as quirky and fashionable. I think it’s because of my avant-garde style and weird sense of humor. 

I feel like my classmates would describe me as shy and a loner. I think it’s because I’m always alone and barely speak in front of them. 

I feel like my best friend would describe me as always tired and loud. I think it’s because I complain about sleep and shout out stories instead of tell them. 

15 Manifestation Journal Prompts For A Successful School Year

10. How would you postively describe yourself as a student, friend, and classmate at school? Make three columns for this prompt.

Answer this question with ‘I am’ for each sentence. Self-conception is very important. The way you see yourself can be transferred with the way you carry and speak to yourself. You can read your questions aloud in front of a mirror to match your thoughts and words with your actual physical image. 

Examples: Column one: I am a diligent student. I am an honest student. I am a creative student. I am an existing student. I am a student of color. 

Column two: I am a ride-or-die friend. I am a communicative friend. I am a best friend. I am a loud friend.

Column three: I am a present classmate. I am a helpful classmate. I am a smiling classmate. I am an known classmate. 

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11. How do you practice self-care outside of school and on the weekends to destress and escape?

Answer this question with ‘I (insert verb)’ for each sentence. It’s important to get adequate rest, have a hobby, and be able to take your mind off school (for the most part) when you’re not there. Answers for manifestation journal prompts can be as long as you’d like it to be. 

Examples: I order and drink an iced matcha latte every Monday before school.

I go hiking every other weekend with my dad. 

I choreograph the dances for the school dance team after school. 

15 Manifestation Journal Prompts For A Successful School Year

12. What are 3 reasons school needs you?

Answer this question with ‘School needs me because’ for each sentence. Answers for manifestation journal prompts can be as long as you’d like it to be. 

Examples: School needs me because I make everyone in class laugh.

School needs me because I’m a great cheerleader.

School needs me because I raise my hand in class when no one does.

13. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Answer this question with ‘I see myself _______in 5 years’. Answers for manifestation journal prompts can be as long as you’d like it to be. 

Examples: I see myself graduating in 5 years!

I see myself with an internship in 5 years. 

I see myself chilling and taking a break from school in 5 years. 

15 Manifestation Journal Prompts For A Successful School Year

14. How do you know you’ll succeed this school year?

Answer this question with ‘I know I’ll succeed this school year because’. Answers for manifestation journal prompts can be as long as you’d like it to be. 

Examples: I know I’ll succeed this school year because I WILL be the first in my family to graduate middles school, high school, and/or college.

I know I’ll succeed this school year because I will manifest every day to get straight As.

I know I’ll succeed this school year because I have all the right tools to do so.

15. List 15 things (people, places, movies, poetry, etc.) that will make your school year successful. 

List things by saying ‘I am going to’

Examples: I am going to read every book assigned to me this year.

I am going to take better notes in class.

I am going to have fun when I need to because I deserve it!

15 Manifestation Journal Prompts For A Successful School Year

Make sure to cross off answers and goals once you have achieved and rewrite these answers in the past tense on a different journal page. Also, write a new list answering the same questions to accomplish next semester or even next year. Nobody is perfect, but we can always be a better version of ourselves. Feel free to check out other ways to manifest your dreams into your reality and drop down some of your successful school year answers you feel comfortable sharing in the comments below! 

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