At present, the 3-6-9 Manifestation Method is sweeping social media.

This manifestation technique has been inspired by Nikola Tesla.

Tesla (1856-1943) was one of the most ground-breaking inventors, best known for designing the alternating-current (AC) electrical system.

Tesla noticed that the numbers 3, 6 and 9 held special significance.

A famous quote by him (now circulating the internet) is that “if you only knew the magnificence of 3, 6 and 9, you would have a key to the universe.”

There are rumors that Tesla was obsessed with numbers that were divisible by the number three.

For instance, he would walk three times around the block before entering a building. And he would only stay in hotel rooms with numbers that added up to 3, 6 or 9. 

Some say that his behavior was the result of an obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Others question his mental stability, especially after learning that he admitted to falling in love with a pigeon.  

But nobody can argue his genius or deny his unparalleled contributions to humankind.

According to him, the number 3 holds a direct link to the universe. 6 represents our inner strength. And 9 helps us to let go and release negativity.

Inspired by Tesla, I’m seeing the repetition of the numbers 3, 6 & 9 in astrology.

For instance, there are 12 zodiac signs – 12 adds up to 3 (1 + 2 = 12).

Each astrological sign is composed of 30 degrees – 30 adds up to 3 (3 + 0 = 3).

Our astrological chart is laid out on a 360-degree circle – 360 adds up to 9 (3 + 6 + 0 = 9).   

Even the major Ptolemaic aspects in astrology – sextile (60°), square (90°), trine (120°) and opposition (180°) all add up to 3, 6 or 9. I’m not including conjunction (0°) because 0 cannot be added or subtracted.   

Now, without any further delay, here’s the technique:

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3-6-9 Manifestation Method

First, decide what you want to manifest.

Then, in the morning, write 3 times on your journal the statement of what you want to manifest as if it has already happened, with gratitude.  

Make sure to FEEL the appreciation and happiness of what you want already in your life when you do this, by closing your eyes and imagining.  

In the afternoon, write the same statement 6 times on your journal.

By this time, you may even notice signs of what you want to manifest already happening!

And finally, before going to sleep at night, write it 9 times on your journal.

Do this exercise for at least 9 days.

You can continue writing the same statement for 12 days or 33 days or any number of days that add up to 3, 6 or 9.

The trick is to write a statement of what you want (as if it is already happening) that is believable for you and not something that feels unattainable at the moment.   

For example, if you are struggling to find a job and you are skeptical that you will end up with your ideal position with a company of your dreams anytime soon, writing a statement such as “I’m grateful for my dream position with a [specific] company” may set off more fear and resistance within you if that feels like a distant dream at this stage of your life.  

A gentler approach could be “I’m grateful that so many job opportunities, which I’m a great fit for, keep popping up” – a statement like this is more open and not too fixated on a singular outcome with one company.

Same thing if you’re trying to manifest more money or other experiences into your life.

Perhaps writing about how you’re grateful to be a billionaire may not seem realistic to you if you’re worried about paying bills.

But writing a statement about how happy you are to be getting money that are coming your way unexpectedly, could feel more feasible.   

Having an Aquarius rising, I can be quite eccentric in my approach, with obsessive tendencies with Venus in Scorpio right on my Midheaven.

After all, the pigeon I saw outside my window earlier, ahem, did appear kind of cute…

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I take this manifestation technique even further by writing the statements in the morning, afternoon and night when the time adds up to 3, 6 or 9.

For instance, I would write my statement in the morning 3 times, starting at 7:02 am (7 + 0 + 2 = 9) or at another time when the numbers in the clock are divisible by the number three.

Similarly, I would write my statement 6 times in the afternoon, starting at 2:04 pm (2 + 0 + 4 = 6) or at another time when the numbers add up to 3, 6 or 9.

And I repeat the same pattern of writing the statement at night 9 times when the timing on my watch corresponds to the numbers 3, 6 or 9.

This method had worked for me before!

Perhaps I’m getting sucked into a grand delusion or perhaps it is a key to the universe.  Either way, I’d be crazy not to try it again and not to share this method with others.

Try it out for yourself, and let me know how it turns out for you…

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