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Want to feel rich? shop til you drop... - attraction


Just about each one gets them. . .

I had them just recently. . .

Yup, I had a acute case of the "poor me's", those down-in-the-dumps, pitiful, worthless feelings of closure and scarcity. I mean, I threw a full-blown pity party.

My web host went down, so no one could see my web pages. I couldn't get my email. I couldn't even get into the check panel to make sure I had a flow list of subscribers for this newsletter. . .

Then, just to make sure I was good and miserable, I threw in a few "what-ifs".

What if the file is gone forever?

What if I never build it back?

What if my commerce fails and I have to go looking for a J. O. B. ?

What if I can't find one?

What if we lose the house. . . ?

By the time those poor-me's and what-if's got going, in my mind we were breathing in a cardboard box and it was all my fault. . .

Oh, how a good night's sleep can alter things. I got up the next morning, and ongoing on my average routine. Part of that everyday is payments at least 30 log appraisal a little good. Amazing that will be part of the cause to, and serve, my eyesight and my dreams.

In this detail instance, the book was "Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting" by Lynn Grabhorn. The book talks about the Law of Attraction, that we get what we think and feel. And the Universe provided just the right cure.

Grabhorn outlined an apply deliberate to make you feel good about money, and having it. If you can get the affection of having adequate of money, you open by hand to attracting that money, and the money flows in. I'm going to give you the creative exercise, and a change I discovered.

Here's the original. . .

Take a $100 bill (or the leading bill you can afford-- don't skimp) and put it in your wallet.

Now go shopping. If you can carry out a full day, do it. Even a lunch hour at the mall will work. Just go somewhere with lots of assorted stores.

Now wander from store to store, preference out belongings you'd like to buy with your $100. Don't start assembly a list and figuring what you can get, just pick up creature items and tell by hand that you'd like that item and since you have the money in your pocket, you could buy it. Feel what it's like to see a bit you like and know that you can have it.

If you're diligent, by the end of the day you may have singled out up at least 1,000 things. In your mind, you could have spent about $100,000, and it feels good. You have to be beautiful booming to spend that much on shopping and feel good about it, right?

Hang on to the feeling, cherish it and bring it out as often as you can. What you are doing is distribution these feel-good money sensations into the Universe and aperture by hand up to being paid money.

Here's my variation. . .

If you don't have $100, or in receipt of the bill is inconvenient, write physically a $100 check and put it in your wallet. Then go shopping.

And if in point of fact being paid out to the food is inconvenient, pick up a stack of catalogs or log onto the internet. I use catalogs since I still commit to memory exhausting out the "Wish Books" from Sears and Montgomery Wards at Christmas when I was a kid.

I page because of the catalogs slowly, looking at the items and mentally "buy" whatever thing that strikes my fancy that I could order with my hundred bucks.

I know this pulsation stuff might sound kind of "airy-fairy", and I'm not an airy-fairy kind of guy. I'm an coax by learning and training. One thing you learn as an trick is that you do what it takes to get the job done, and this gets the job done.

Want an example? OK. . .

This summer I required to take a long road trip, and cash is cute tight. We're assembly some improvements on the house and paying cash for them. So where was the money going to come from?

I didn't worry about that, just ongoing forecast the trip. What route would I take? How long would it take me? Where would I stop, and who would I see? How would it feel to do belongings closely as I hunted to do them on the trip?

Well, a combine of weeks into that routine, and the money fell out of the sky. I mean it came down in chunks. . .

Earlier this spring, we attended to some children big business out of town and didn't have room to haul the lot back with us. So we stored the extra stuff with relatives and went back a month or so later to get it.

While there, we got fixed in a hail storm. Chunks of ice the size of golf balls were full of life off our car. After the storm, we were left with a cracked windshield and numerous dings in the sheet metal.

Long story short, the cover ballet company totalled out the car. We absolute to keep it and take the settlement, which is paying for my road trip. A side allowance is that, since the car is totalled on the assurance company's books, we no longer pay for confrontation insurance, so our car indemnity bill will go down for as long as we keep the car. . .

So just remember--

When the going gets tough, tough. . .

Go shopping!

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