Manifest Money Meditation mp3. This meditation download is the best meditation for helping you coax your subconscious to gently open up and make change. It includes money affirmations to manifest money as well as ones that "target" many of society's lies about the lack of money and poverty consciousness that we absorb from the majority of the population. 32 Proven Ways to Make Money Fast
When I first read this a few days ago, I thought what a joke! Smelling money? Like that’s going to do anything. It seemed so hokey! I thought I’d try it just to prove you wrong and come back and tell you how stupid this is. So I started smelling money every hour. I couldn’t stop laughing the first few times it I felt so stupid. I also made a list every night of all the reasons I loved money.
For example, if you’re looking to create more income or manifest a big payday, you need to plan around that expectation. Imagine when someone tells you that they’re coming to visit and they’ll be staying at your house in the guest bedroom. You plan your life in accordance with that expected outcome. You prepare the bedroom, clean the house, wash the sheets, and so on.
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.
Appreciation, on the other hand, is the same vibration as love according to Esther. It’s allowing you to acknowledge what is happening, what you are seeing, the people in your life, and everything else, through the eyes of Source. It puts you in the energetic flow where you are able to attract more of what you want easily because of the lack of resistance.
Just today as I was leaving the community college I attended, I noticed on the school parking lot a flat snakeskin purse. I zipped open the purse and discovered a “wad” of money. It was twenty one dollar bills!! Also there was a debit card and a Colorado drivers license which provided me the address of the lady who misplaced her wallet. It was easy to contact the lady’s father. He was grateful for my efforts and awarded me the twenty one dollar bills as a token of his appreciation! Presto! Another twenty dollars manifested.
I’ll bet a bunch of you reading this are arguing this point with me right now in that beautiful head of yours, but remember what I said earlier about us attracting based on what we feel and believe. So, if you really want to improve your financial situation as quickly and painlessly as possible, you need to start shifting your belief that money trouble is the worst thing that can happen to you, that some horrible fate will befall you if get behind on your payments.
Simply put, money is just a story that someone invented and that took hold. It was decided, that some particular shape of coin, or inlaid metallic object, and piece of paper was worth more than the material it represented. This started out as a thought in someone’s mind. That thought is now commonplace. We now expect that a piece of paper with a certain number on it, with a specific color and other identifying elements, is worth something more than the paper it’s printed on.
Esther Hicks has learned a lot about the Law of Attraction and how we are meant to live this life from Abraham, so it seems fitting that she would be a good place to turn to if we want to learn how to make the Law of Attraction bring more wealth into our lives. Following are some tips from her that I’ve found extremely helpful as I make the shift from attracting mediocre wealth to the type of wealth I want.
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Lots of offers for car financing, credit cards, and other sorts of junk—but then I happened upon something quite interesting. There was a check for almost 400 dollars reimbursing me for some credit card monitoring service I had used on an account I probably opened at least a decade ago, and closed out about five years ago. Apparently, the company they were using wasn’t providing the service to everyone paying for it, and Citibank was refunding the fees.