When it comes to the subject of money, it is astounding
how much people simultaneously desire it while holding
negative feelings of guilt and shame about it.
And the truth is that you attract things into your life in
accord with how you feel about them. Money is no exception.
You can say that you want more of it. You can say
affirmations for more. You can visualize having more.
But … if you don’t FEEL good about having it, if you feel
guilty or ashamed and undeserving of having it – you won’t
be able to attract it.
Money is a good thing. It’s important. Those who say
otherwise are merely paying lip service to a cliche
that they themselves, via their actions, don’t really believe.
Those who say money isn’t important are the first to ask for
a handout or a discount. Those who say money is not important
are also the first in line to cash their checks.
On the other hand, those who have money are in a position to
help themselves AND others. Hence the saying, the best thing
you can do to help the poor is NOT be one of them.
All around you there are people who want more of the abundance
available, even though they may claim otherwise. Many people,
when they sense you have more than they do, will get jealous. And
they will showcase their envy in a variety of ways.
Some years back a man told me how he reacted to those who
were jealous of his financial status. He said, ‘No one tries to
tear down somebody who already is. The fact that they’re trying
to tear me down is a good sign.’
One of the things that helped me over the emotional money
hump was when I placed financial success on the same wave-
length as sports.
As an athlete, no one ever criticized me for trying to win too
much (although that can happen, too). And I never felt bad
about winning championship after championship. I never felt
that I was ‘greedy’ when I won five blue ribbons in a swimming
meet while others got none. I never felt bad about myself when
I won a wrestling tournament while my teammates lost.
And so, why would it be okay for me to win tournament after
tournament, and be rewarded for doing so, but it was somehow
not okay to be rewarded for improving my financial status.
When I reflected on the issue this way, I changed my emotional
money hump to a financial launching pad.
You can, too. If you want to.
What I have just described is the crux of Psycho-Cybernetics.
I looked at previous successes, namely those I had in sports.
I noted all the good feelings I had in the athletic arena. I noted
that my feelings about money were the opposite of those I had
about sports. Once I ferreted out the negative, I went into the
Theatre of My Mind and I transformed those feelings to positive
In short, I changed my self-image about money.
Want a financial blueprint for success? Then convert negative
feelings about money into positive ones. Do this and money
will beat a path into your wallet or purse.
If you can imagine it, it will come.
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