How to Manifest With TikTok's 'Lucky Girl Syndrome' Trend

They say she’s so lucky, and it could be the result of “Lucky Girl Syndrome,” a new manifestation method making the rounds on TikTok. Here’s everything you need to know about this trending technique — including tips from a master manifestor about how to implement it in your own life.

Coined by TikToker Laura Galebe back in December, Lucky Girl Syndrome is more of a ~state of mind~ than anything else. People who use this manifestation tool swear it can help you actualize your aspirations when paired with repetition, genuine belief, and concrete actions.

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But how does Lucky Girl Syndrome work? According to Galebe, you have to genuinely convince yourself that you are lucky, and that everything that occurs in your life will end positively. In her own words, “The secret is to assume and believe it before the concrete proof shows up. BE DELUSIONAL.”

“I genuinely consider myself one of the luckiest people I know,” Galebe explained in her initial TikTok introducing the concept. “Like, I get the most insane opportunities thrown out at me out of nowhere.” And she credits most of this to her Lucky Girl mindset.

For example, Galebe regularly uses affirmations like, I’m so lucky, The Universe always has my back, or Everything always works out for me, which subconsciously reinforce her innate luckiness before anything lucky has actually happened. She says these phrases aloud while talking to friends or going about her daily life.

“I’m constantly saying, Great things are always happening to me unexpectedly,” she continued. “I say this on a regular basis… and I believe it when I say it, so I think that plays a huge role.”

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