Thanks so much for your comment,and I am so glad you found the post helpful. Isn’t it amazing how we always have an option on how to view our circumstances? Whatever it happening right now is there to help you fine tune your money desires, and help you work on any limiting beliefs. Things will improve, you’ll pay off the debt and no harm done. That is what happened with me. The very fact you are reading about LOA to shore up your energy is a huge step in the right direction and I’m sure you are doing great!

We attract painful situations using our subconscious mind. To use your example of a woman in an abusive relationship, of course a woman consciously thinks, “I want a kind and caring partner” but as a child she learned that she wasn’t good enough, and as a result her subconscious mind now believes she doesn’t deserve a loving relationship. The subconscious mind thinks that love comes from people who don’t love and appreciate her, and her abusive partner reflects all of the limiting beliefs she holds about herself. Lets also not forget that this relationship did not simply fall into the woman’s lap– she agreed to go on the date. She agreed to be in a relationship with this person. And after the person began to behave abusively — through words or actions, the woman had a choice to immediately leave the situation, or to stay in it. If she doesn’t leave, then every moment she stays she is actively creating that abusive situation in her life. None of us are victims even though it appears that way on the surface, to upgrade to a better state of existence we simply need to find and question those beliefs that are holding us back and stopping us from attracting what we truly desire. Sometimes this can take years of therapy, or just a few minutes. It depends on how open and willing we are to see ourselves as we really are, it can be very upsetting to face our deepest wounds and admit how we hurt and damage other people in response to our inner pain. But in my experience, when we do finally let go of our subconscious blueprints that create the world around us, good fortune flows effortlessly. It’s amazing how available everything is to us, we just can’t see it while we’re living our lives in our little boxes we created for ourselves as young children,
This applies to all kinds of situations where your emotion is somehow associated with money. A few days ago, I received a lot of money unexpectedly and I found myself saying “Do I really deserve this much money”, “Am I worthy of getting this much money”, it is strange, isn’t it? I have a personal development blog where I talk about building positive money mindset and I am saying such things to myself.

Think for a minute of someone who got accidentally pushed into the swimming pool. Naturally to survive, he will have a very strong desire to come out of the water on the surface and breathe again. This desire to stay alive and breathe would be 10 on 10, thus a very strong desire. Similarly your goal to earn or to receive 10,000 dollars per month should also be very high – say 8 or 9 out 10 – at least.


If you begin losing hope or becoming frustrated, it will be hard to manifest money – emergency or not. Forget about achieving any specific results. Take some deep, calming breaths and begin looking for the good things in your life. Look at your life with appreciation, realizing that in this exact moment in time, this very second, everything is okay and you have all that you need. Let go of the outcome and rest assured that you will manifest emergency money. You will manifest wealth…good things will come to you.


It’s really that simple when a person has true faith in something! Consider what faith has done for some great visionaries throughout the history. Let’s start with Jesus. The most fundamental characteristic of the Christianity and almost every other religion is having “Faith”. All the miracles of Jesus were nothing else but the power of “Super-strong and Unwavering Faith”!


This book is primarily focused on the most relevant techniques to manifest money effortlessly. The text pinpoints the main metaphysical principles related to the creation of wealth. It also sets out wrong assumptions about money and replaces them with positive connotations about it. The book goes on to highlight the main requirements to attract more abundance. It describes an overarching series of strategies to attract more prosperity, such as visualization, meditation, affirmations, Feng Shui, emotional release, objective setting, playfulness, generosity perspective, gratitude, intuitive insights, de-cluttering, positive thinking, chakra cleansing and energy management, among others. All these techniques are explained in detail, accompanied with easy practical exercises.
You are not pre-destined to a life of hardship and struggle; you alone are responsible for how much income you welcome into your life. Feel excited about the money. Feel thankful for what money you already have. Rejoice in the knowledge that the bank of the Universe has unlimited wealth to offer you. Let your entire mind become consumed with thoughts of abundance.
This applies to all kinds of situations where your emotion is somehow associated with money. A few days ago, I received a lot of money unexpectedly and I found myself saying “Do I really deserve this much money”, “Am I worthy of getting this much money”, it is strange, isn’t it? I have a personal development blog where I talk about building positive money mindset and I am saying such things to myself.
If the Law of Attraction were working perfectly for you, then you would be telling everyone you know, including yourself, that life is on your side. You would feel lucky. You would feel like no matter what you did, things were going to work out. You would have confidence that everything coming into your life, both good and bad experiences, was there to help you attract the type of life you want.
Of course we’d all like abundance. But the reason we haven’t got it is because we are all operating an individual set of beliefs about our earning capacity, how much we are worth, whether or not we “deserve” wealth, whether or not it is our destiny to live with wealth consciousness or poverty consciousness, and indeed hundreds of other things around money.
In simple terms, it’s because our belief systems are what drives our behavior. In the case of lottery winners, as soon as anything disrupts the status quo, i.e. they win the lottery, their subconscious mind – which holds these beliefs about their relationship to money – sets about putting matters “right”, i.e when they seem to have “too much” money, their subconscious quickly and effectively makes them dispose of it.
Your actions move you towards your desire. While every manifesting situation is different, usually action is a relatively small part of the manifestation process. For example, when I was manifesting the money I needed to pay my car insurance years ago, I didn’t go out and start looking for odd jobs to pay for it. I was sitting at my desk and a telemarketer called. She said, “We are doing product testing in your area. We need some people to come in and test some products. Would you like to do that?” I asked, “How much does it pay?” She said the amount (I forget now how much it was as this happened in 1996 but it was THE EXACT AMOUNT I NEEDED). I said, “I’ll do it!”
1. Beliefs - Through your beliefs and definitions, you create your reality. Your definitions and beliefs determine what kind of feelings and thoughts and behaviors you exhibit, that then re-enforce your reality that you have created with your belief. Beliefs are the blueprint, the first step and the definition is the key, not just the thought. Some people interchange those concepts of the law of attraction and say thoughts create your reality. What they really mean is the basic fundamental belief creates the reality. What you believe is true is what you experience. Then the thoughts go hand in hand to re-enforce them.
With all of this differentiation comes a wide-ranging approach to one common theme that binds us all: money. Money, in fact, is simply a story. It’s the most successful story that humanity has ever created. Beyond the invention of language, which enabled communication, money has enabled commerce, and has moved us beyond merely bartering for, and exchanging goods and services as we once solely did ages ago.
Emily has a competitive side, so I played to that by challenging her to find more coins than me, which boosted her motivation and desire to get good at it. She knows that technically it’s a fair game, and she even gave herself an advantage by walking in front of me, so she could be the first to spot new coins. And since she’s only 4’9″ inches tall, she’s a lot closer to the ground than I am.
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Initially this surprised her. She could dismiss it as luck… or as some kind of trick… or as a momentary lapse of her part. Then when it kept happening, it began to frustrate her. I helped her shift that frustration to amusement by pointing out that she was really good at finding bottle caps and smudges, and we had some laughs about that. She just needed to adjust her mind a little bit more to notice the coins.
Watch your language. Kotodama is the Japanese based belief that words contain special powers that are activated when we use those words. Make a conscious choice to use words reflecting abundance and prosperity rather than lack and scarcity. Specifically, eliminate words like “need,” “enough,” and “broke” from your vocabulary and replace them with more empowering words like “plenty,” “easy” and such.
Does this mindset of want and lacking sound familiar to you? If this is the case and you continually find yourself worrying about finances, bills, and debt then you need to address these beliefs or lessons that were embedded in your mind within childhood. Strong and negative emotions surrounding money can come to consume your mind. It can also affect how you choose to live. And this could result in nothing but further money worries and a constant wanting for more.
The great thing about being after a feeling is we can conjure it up anytime we want, regardless of what is happening now. What feelings are you seeking? How can you feel that way now? What can you focus on in your present reality that makes you feel abundant? Even though I wasn’t thrilled I was literally living off credit cards, I shifted perspective, and developed a sense of appreciation for having them as an option. I focused on the sense of security I felt from having my rent paid for the month, and knowing I could buy food and was not going to starve.
I recently read about Steven Callahan who was lost at sea in a small raft for seventy-six days. His boat had sunk west of the Canary Islands. He was able to write his book, Adrift, only because he was committed to getting back home and living. It wasn’t a matter of “if” he got home, he always thought about what he was going to do “when” he got home. Every action he took to keep himself alive was inspired from the passion he felt about getting home. He always found a way to eat, drink and keep his body working from his belief that he could survive at sea alone. And that he did!
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.
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