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Manifest Travel Or Manifest The Money To Travel?

A travel set including a passport and camera placed on a map for an adventure-ready trip.

Is your dream to travel and see the world? Do you not know what you should concentrate on; manifest travel opportunities OR manifest the money in order to travel?

Here are 11 steps to turn that dream into reality using The Law Of Attraction. Just believe in the Law Of Attraction, it does work, and understanding this helped me escape the rat race and manifest my dream life (and you can too!).

1. Where Would You Like To Go?

Of course, if you’re really passionate about traveling, your answer is ‘everywhere’. But even though it would be nice to go on a round-the-world trip, let’s start with something smaller.

Like going somewhere every 6 or 12 months. That way, you will have something to look forward to each year plus you can focus on manifesting a smaller amount of money.

So the question is, what is the top destination on your travel list?

Be SPECIFIC. “Somewhere warm” just isn’t enough. Open the map and narrow it down to two countries.

Remember, that if you want to visit them both they should probably be close to each other.

But ideally, choose one country. And then decide exactly what city or cities you are going to visit.

2. Why These Countries?

Very good, you’ve chosen a particular place you want to visit, but why?

What are you going to do there?

Many people choose a place just because they like how it sounds. Which is fine too. But you also need to know what EXACTLY you are going there for.

For example, if you’re going sightseeing, look up what building you want to see, what museums to visit, what event to take part in.

Planning to also go out a lot? Great! Make a list of bars and clubs in that area that you like.

Going skiing/snowboarding? What ski resort would you prefer, what kind of slopes? Will you take lessons? What is the best time to go?

Basically, learn about the place you’re going to as much as you can, learn about the sights, the food, the music, the history and the culture. Maybe even start learning the language they speak there.

3. For How Long?

The next thing you should do is decide how long you want to go for.

Again, ‘for as long as possible’, is not specific enough. How much time do you really need in that country (or countries)?

Once you’ve decided on a list of things you want to do and see during your trip (as described in step 2), you will have a good understanding of how long is enough.

Plus, take into consideration how many days you can realistically go away for (take days off work, leave your friends and family, pets etc.).

4. Decide On The Budget

Look up the prices of tickets, hotels, decide how much money you need to take with you. Look at menus from restaurants you’d like to go to in that places, prices at the local supermarkets, transport, museum tickets etc.

You want to know exactly how much money you will need (and it may be less than you think).

Add objectivity and strategic thinking to your vision. You will move faster towards your goal if you have a detailed plan in hand.

But after you’ve done with this side of planning, try not to focus on money too much, as you will start worrying about all the expenses, which will result in you sending the wrong message to the Universe.

Just know how much it will cost you and believe that the money will come.

5. Make A Dream Board

Now that you’ve got all the information you need, arrange it into a dream board.

This could be the traditional dream board, cut out pictures from the magazines (or print them out) and glue these pictures to a large piece of poster or a foam board.

But this could also be a folder of pictures and documents about the trip that you keep on your computer and go through regularly, could be a screensaver/or wallpaper for your phone, or something else.

The idea is to have a visual representation of your goal.

And remember to take your time making the dream board and enjoy the process, as the process itself basically forces you to focus on your goal.

6. Continue Collecting The Information

Continue collecting the information about your travel plans.

For example, if you see a picture you like, it’s ok to add it to the dream board.

Also, sign up for email notifications from airlines and hotels, look through travel magazines and websites regularly for inspiration, talk to people to get tips and advice.

7. Find Someone Who Shares Your Dream

It will help to find someone who has the same travel goals as you.

Maybe even invite them to come with you.

This way you will have a constant reminder of your goal, you can make travel plans and visualize together, exchange positive thoughts, and make your goal seem more real in general.

8. Set A Deadline

When are you going?

Choose the dates, mark them in all the calendars that you have (on your wall, on your phone, on your computer), share them with your friends and book time off work.

Yes, even if it is a year in advance. Don’t make any other plans for those dates, and try not to change them too much.

Send the universe a message–that you are serious about traveling.

P.S. Don’t forget to check when the best time to go to your travel destination is.

9. Believe That Money Will Come

This is probably the hardest part. To let go and have faith in the Universe. Be realistic about the cost of your trip, but do not worry about how you will find the money.

Just keep in mind that you are going somewhere soon, and the opportunities to earn (and save) enough money for that will come.

Your job is to not miss out on these opportunities.

10. Read Quotes About Travel.

Here are a few to inspire you.

“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta

“We travel, some of us forever, to seek other places, other lives, other souls.” – Anais Nin

“The gladdest moment in human life, me thinks, is a departure into unknown lands.” – Sir Richard Burton

“I am not the same, having seen the moon shine on the other side of the world.” – Mary Anne Radmacher

“We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us.” – Anonymous

11. As Soon As You Can, Book Your Tickets

Take action! As soon as you have everything decided and have the money, do not waste any time, book the tickets.

If you want to learn more tips on manifesting your dreams into reality (including the dream to travel more) download the ‘Origins' program. It is packed with simple techniques that can help you boost your manifestation process.

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Katherine Hurst
By Katherine Hurst
Katherine Hurst, is a Law of Attraction expert, best-selling author, workshop leader, educator, and award-winning blogger on psychology, life design, structured thinking and emotional wellbeing.

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