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.
Maybe you have tons of bills to pay, and you don’t know how you’re going to come up with the money. Therefore, you walk around thinking about how you don’t have enough money and what’s going to happen to you if you don’t get the money. This thinking fuels an uncomfortable feeling state that attracts more debt instead of your intention to attract more money.
Suppose for some reason you cannot bring your level of faith to a high level, you need to re-write your goal. If you were to answer the question that what is your belief that you can make 90,000 dollars (instead of 120,000 dollars), your answer comes 6 or may be 7. Now the next question could be what about 80,000 dollars and you jump out saying “Yes, my belief is 9 on 10 that within 45 days from now I can start an activity which will take me to that level”. Well then that’s it! Please re-adjust your goal to make 90,000 dollars in a year, starting 45 days from now. Also see How to become a Millionaire – Core Principles. Some call it making money out of thin air
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