Runes can be used as manifestation symbols that help you turn your desires into reality.
Each rune represents the concepts after which it’s named.
In this article, we have chosen 5 runes we feel are the most powerful.
Runes As Manifestation Symbols
We will explain each rune below, what it means, and how to manifest with it.
1. Fehu Symbolizes Wealth
The Fehi is important because it represents abundance.
2. Raido Symbolizes Journey
The Raido reminds us that our journey is where the majority of our failures, growth, and experiences come from.
It inspires us to enjoy the journey and not hyper-fixate solely on the outcome.
3. Wunjo Symbolizes Joy
The Wunjo symbol represents joy, the desire we all wish to manifest.
This reminds us to be joyful for all life’s experiences, both the desirable and the less desirable.
4. Gebo Symbolizes Gift
Gebo represents the gifts we already possess.
This symbol inspires us to feel grateful for our little things, which often go underappreciated.
5. Jera Symbolizes Harvest
The Jera symbol shows a year of harvest has passed.
This symbol inspires us to work hard every year and never give up.
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Using The Rune Manifestation Symbols
The best way to use each of these symbols is to write one daily in your manifestation journal.
After drawing your desired rune, use the principles of The Vibe Mindset to manifest with these journal prompts.
Consider Jera, for example:
- Perspective – What’s my perspective on my past year?
- Imagination – How can I better imagine this year going?
- Emotions – Which emotions do I anticipate I’ll feel once my manifestation becomes reality?
Add your responses to the above journal prompts next to your hand-drawn rune symbol.
Repeat 3 times a day or combine this with the 3 6 9 manifestation method if you choose to be more aggressive.
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