2. As you pay your bills, purchase Christmas gifts, donate money to charity, save for the future, etc. say to yourself something like this (please reword it to your liking):
I trust in God all of my transactions, decisions, and experiences.
Again, this is not a blind, “obedient” faith, I’m speaking of. I’m referring to a mindful, deliberate faith, one in which you align with your B.E.S.T Self, you turn on your inner Divine Light, and claim what is already yours.
“Ask and it shall be given to you; seek and you shall find; knock and the door shall be opened unto you; for everyone that asketh, receiveth, and he that seeketh findeth and to him that knocketh it shall be opened.” Matthew 7: 7,8
Therefore: asking=receiving. seeking=finding. knocking=opening. If this isn’t so in your life, then how are you getting in your own way???
3. Should the Fear of Lack creep in, make a mental or verbal affirmation such as:
I am rich and secure always because I am a spiritual being and the ever-abundant Divine is within me.
4. Donate an amount of money that stretches you and rejoice because you can! YAY!
5. This concept is of supreme importance. Your wealth has nothing to do with money. The amount of money in your bank account has nothing to do with anything outside of yourself. Not the economy. Not where you live. Not who you know. Not what happened to you in the past. Not even your skill set. The abundance in your life, including the amount of money you have, is an inside job. It is YOUR mindset. I can’t tell you exactly what you need to do to shift your mindset from “broke” to “rich” or from “lack” to “plentiful,” without working with you one-on-one. BUT I can tell you that if you don’t like the numbers in your bank account, spend some time addressing the Fear of Lack in your life and introduce him to Faith and Love.
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