Putting these keys into practice will allow you to get over those hurdles you have to attracting money, and you’ll see real world financial results very quickly. If you ignore these keys, you’ll find yourself continually banging your head against the wall, wondering why the Law of Attraction just isn’t working when it comes to money.
Key #1: Focus on the end desire, not the money itself
Unfortunately a ton us get caught in this trap of trying to manifest or attract a certain amount of money. We focus on the idea of attracting $10,000 or whatever it is.
This can work, it’s just not optimal.
You see, one of the fundamentals to getting the Law of Attraction in high gear is burning desire. In general, we have a far greater desire to be, do or have the eventual thing that the money is going to get us.
For example, if we desire $10,000 to get out of debt. Focusing on attracting a debt free life wells up far more desire than simply the arbitrary $10,000. Do you see how that works?
Money is most often just a means to an end. Focus on attracting the end goal, rather than the means.
Key #2: Increase your vibration in relation to money
A simpler way of saying this is to work towards feeling better about money. You know that negative feeling or feeling of resistance or stress or worry that you get when you think about money? Well, that’s exactly what’s causing your current situation.
It might sound counter-intuitive but it’s your feeling of non-ease that’s creating the financial problem. Not the other way around.
Begin to feel better about money, and it will flow to you much more easily.
So how do you do that? Well, one of my favorite methods is EFT. For extra points you can use EFT with the choices method to choose to feel great about money.
Another extremely effective method of increasing your vibration with relation to money is to keep a gratitude journal that focuses on money. In this journal you could write down 10 things per day, in relation to money that you are grateful for.
So even if you are stone cold broke you could write entries such as:
“I am grateful that money exists because it empowers to exchange my goods and services for other goods and services.”
“I am grateful for the fact that I can go out and wash cars to earn money if I have to.”
“I am grateful for the fact that the bank gives me credit when I need it.”
Those are just a handful of examples you could use, even when times are tough.
Now that you have a solid grasp of these ideas, what you need to do right now is think about what that money will allow you to do, be or have. Then make that your primary focus.