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How to Attract More Money into your Life

How to Attract More Money into your Life

What is the Law of Attraction?

We live in a world of cause and effect. Our lives are shaped by the decisions we made, whether they were good or bad, in the past. This is why the Law of Attraction works. The Law of Attraction is the ability to entice what we are focusing on, into our lives. The power of our mind, translates those thoughts and turns them into reality. Basically, whatever we focus our attention on, and believe is achievable, then take action on, will happen.

How to Attract Money

  • Use Affirmations to Attract Money

Affirmations are short powerful statements that you say or think. Many times our thoughts can have a negative tone, and a positive conscious thought can change that pattern. When you say an affirmation, you are taking responsibility of your thoughts. You are choosing the direction you want to go. So when we verbally affirm our ambitions, we are taking steps towards taking action in order to manifest our intentions.

Here are some positive affirmations to help you attract money into your life:

  1. Money comes to me in expected and unexpected ways.
  2. I am a magnet for money.
  3. I am worthy of making more money.
  4. I embrace new avenues of income.
  5. I am the master of my wealth.
  6. My actions create constant prosperity.

As you can see, these are written in the present tense. 

You need to talk as if you already have these things. You need to visualize yourself having money now. Money comes easily now. As you consciously and continuously train your mind, your subconscious will start helping you in a positive way.

  • Focus on Gratitude to Invite Abundance

By focusing on what you have and what you are grateful for, you are inviting more abundance. It is not uncommon for people who focus on only one thing to lose sight of the other possibilities. Instead of focusing on wanting more, focus positive thoughts on what you already have in your possession. If you constantly exercise your mind to create an expanded awareness, you create an environment that focuses on abundance. Try making a daily habit of writing down at least two things you are grateful for first thing in the morning.

  • Flip the Script on Negativity

Sometimes doubt and negative thoughts manage to get into our heads and tell us we don't have what it takes to make more money. Perhaps somewhere in the back of our mind we are afraid of failure, and our mind tells us we do not deserve wealth. When you catch these negative thoughts all you have to do is focus on the opposite.

When your mind says: I can't make money. You say: I can make tons of money.

When your mind says: I'm terrible with money. You say: I am great with managing my money.

  • Make your Plan and Start

If you do not have a budget, head over to this post, print out the PDF, and fill it in. Then think about your financial goals, what are they? How much would you like to earn a year? Then take out a sheet of paper and write that goal down at the top of the page. Start a list of things you can do to make that goal happen. Write down anything and everything you can think of, and include at least 20 ideas. 

In his book, No Excuses, Brian Tracy calls this process mindstorming. Once you have at least twenty ideas to reach your financial goal, start one of them immediately. The point is to develop momentum in the direction of your goal. From this point on, every small action you take towards your goal is accumulating into a larger transformation.

Learn how to use the Law of Attraction to your advantage and have the universe bring you more money.
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