Jul 16, 2008

Law of Attraction and Money Creation



Law of Attraction for the creation of money and financial opportunities, is a result of our relationship with money in our childhood. I grew up on a farm in Tennessee and was conditioned, that money was a result of hard work. Here are some other beliefs that are common in our society. If you hold these beliefs you will need to clean your closet and establish a new relationship with money in order to attract the financial abundance and wealth you want and deserve.

I have to work hard to get money

I always need more money

Easy come easy go

I can’t afford this

I don’t have the money for what I want right now

People who have money have done something bad, to get it

Money is evil money is bad, it corrupts people

Money will never make you happy anyway

Money isn’t worth having unless you have to work hard to get it

Money comes and goes

There has to be a lot of effort to get it

It’s noble to suffer to get money

If you struggle to get money it will stay longer

Money is always taken from me

It is better to give than to receive

I love giving more than receiving

Which of these beliefs restricts your flow with money? Do you fear having money and then losing it? Do you feel that other people have a good relationship with money, and that you will never have that relationship? Who portrays your relationship with money? Getting clear with your feelings around money allows you to heal your relationship with money.

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3 comments:

Mitch said...

You ask an interesting question above. I'm not sure I have many limiting beliefs, yet I will say that money doesn't just flow my way. My pattern always seems to be the same; when I absolutely need money, then it comes. So, I always figure that I'm not totally down and out when new money hasn't come my way. But it would be nice to just have money coming my way so that I wouldn't have to even deal with the worries.

But I need to think about it some more; what's getting in the way of unlimited wealth for me. Interesting thought indeed.

loveambassador said...

Hi Mitch,
Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my blog. I do believe that if we don't have limiting beliefs that money will truly flow without interruption. Now you say that money hasn't flowed your way, yet it always shows up when you need it, and further it would be nice to have it flow without worries? So my question--is do you believe that by worry about it--this makes it show up? You see I had a mom and dad who grew up in the era of the depression, and I was the youngest of ten children raised on a farm. My mom was great at worrying. And I have to say that at one time I did a great job at it as well. I now press pause when I find myself want to worry, and I choose to spend my energy on what I want. What are your thoughts on whether you have a worry habit? If so does it help you create the money you desire? And what do you think would happen if you choose not to worry?

Look forward to hearing back from you Annie. Going to post a link to your blog on my post today.
blessings,
Annie

Mitch said...

Hi Annie. Well, you asked a lot of questions there, but I don't want to write a tome, so here's the short answers.

No, I don't believe worrying makes money show up for me. Next, I don't have any thoughts on whether I have a worry habit; haven't thought about it before, and I can't get my mind around it now; probably too late in the evening. Because of that answer, I don't have one for the next question either. As to the last question, I don't know that one either. Not being very illuminating here, am I?

Course, I never really said I worried, though I did say it would get rid of the worries, so I guess that's on me. I have a definite pattern to my life. Good things happen, then nothing happens, and if that nothing gets extended then I get more and more active until something does happen.

And something always happens; that's just my life, and it's a pretty good life. :-)