To prosper, you must recognize prosperity first. If you go to any city around the world, you will see beautiful buildings, skyscraper, grand mansions and luxurious hotels. Even you can see beautiful roads and phenomenal engineering marvels. When you see them, become happy and recognize the prosperity that is reflecting from all these grand creations.
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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!
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 realized that I could choose not to worry about my mounting debt that came from using my credit cards—it certainly wasn’t going to kill me. When I started making money again, I paid it off. I realized I could choose to focus on the fact that my needs were being taken care of—even if not in the most ideal way—and not that I currently had no income.

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!


Lately I’ve been teaching my daughter Emily (age 10) how to manifest coins. I do this by turning it into a game. When we’re out walking together, I challenge her to see if she can find more coins than I can. The first time I did this, she was really bad at it. I found several coins during our walk together, often coins that she walked right past without even noticing. Instead of finding coins, she didn’t notice anything. The coins didn’t register within her perceptual reality.
I realized that I could choose not to worry about my mounting debt that came from using my credit cards—it certainly wasn’t going to kill me. When I started making money again, I paid it off. I realized I could choose to focus on the fact that my needs were being taken care of—even if not in the most ideal way—and not that I currently had no income.
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. Don't Get Caught in a Pyramid Scheme
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