There are many reasons why some don't have the abundance of finances that they wish. Cignacco makes the point that really it begins with the purpose of having money that determines a great deal of what we can get and what we can do with it. If you are looking to money for the answer to problems then maybe the first thing to examine is how would having money change your situation? Then we have to start looking at what we're doing to make what we desire a reality. Are we saving or splurging, being reasonable with our purchases and choices or letting money just fall from our hands? All of this plays a part in what we get and what we're able to do with it.
I think it’s safe to say that almost everyone would like to attract more money to them. In fact, money is probably one of the first things you think about when you think of the Law of Attraction and what it could do for you. That’s a good thing, not a bad thing. The more money you have, the easier it will be to live the life you want, help your friends and family live the life they want, and help out charities, the needy, or important ventures for the world.
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5. Imagine. Use your imagination of what you would feel like if you were wealthy. Exactly how much money would you like to have. When? Make it crystal clear into your mind and then work with the feeling of already having it now. I recommend this should be done on a daily basis for at least half an hour, but again, do what works best for you. Remember that you want to do this regularly and you want this to be a fun thing, not a chore.
For example, you might try keeping a gratitude journal and regularly jotting down benefits you’ve enjoyed because of money you’ve had. You could write “I’m grateful for the money that allowed me to grow up without worrying about whether food would be on the table” or “I’m always grateful for the money that let me have the amazing experience of _____” and “I feel grateful when I think about the money that has permitted me to sleep safely and comfortably each night.”
One reason she was bad at this game was that she was tuning out the possible existence of coins everywhere she walked. She just didn’t think there could be that many coins hiding in plain sight. By demonstrating to her that the coins were indeed there and that she was simply failing to notice them, I helped shift her beliefs. She stopped thinking of the game as something outside her control (relying on luck or chance), and she began thinking of what she could control (her open-mindedness and attentiveness).
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.
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.
3. What is it exactly that you want to be different? If you want more money to come in the door, how much and how often? Do you want an extra $10,000 this year or every month? Do you want your business to gross an extra million or net an extra million? When? This month? This year? By next year’s end? You have to choose, or it becomes one of those “someday” goals (aka as a wish!).