I realized that if I want to keep any future money I find, I need to be specific and claim it as mine. I add layers of intent daily and I am also more aware of my surroundings – making a game out of it. Seek and Ye shall surely find! I have also discovered that money will come to you in unexpected ways. It can come as a reward for doing the right thing by returning something to a grateful owner. I should know, it happened to me twice in one week!
Next: I used one of Denise’s awesome techniques from her “Get Rich, Lucky Bitch!” book. It involved pulling out my notebook and writing down ALL my goals. The first thing I wrote down was that I’d like to make $10,000. (Quick side-note: Denise’s book rocks! The techniques she shares are brilliant. I noticed that on the days when I read her book, I somehow magically manifested moolah through channels I’d never accessed before! Yep, just from reading her book. It’s that fierce.)
Nice to see you around here again! Thanks so much for your comment and so glad you liked the post. You make an excellent point about how we can sometimes make ‘money’ the how as there are lots of ways we can experience the things we think can only come through money. That is great you have a routine that makes you feel good…that repetition is often a key to really reconditioning our minds. That makes perfect sense and is exactly what we want to accomplish…feeling the feelings now as if what we want is already here.
I’ve been broke before – and I mean REALLY broke. My lowest point was when I just had around 70 cents (yes, cents) in my purse in order to feed my children for a couple of days. I remember walking around the supermarket wondering how the hell I would make it to the next welfare pay day. I purchased a no-name bag of plain pasta and the kids could eat it for dinner and lunch with some tomato sauce I had in the cupboard. The pain was so embarrassing that I struck a deal with the Universe that I would never allow myself to go there again.