Twenty-Eight Days: Day 9

Monday, August 6th, 2018

The Money Magnet

1.) Repeat the exercise from the First Day.

2.) First thing in the morning, write 10 things that you would like to have in your life, want to accomplish, what goals you want to reach, there are no limits to this. Then be grateful for these things in advance. Write them as if you already have them, not as if you will have them in the future. Write why you are grateful for each of them. Read each of the items on the list, in your mind or out loud, try to amp up your feelings of gratefulness, your sense of wonder and awe, your joy. Visualize yourself already having each of the items, the more detailed the visualization, the better; associate a feeling to each of them. Feel, as you would feel if you had them already. Feel the happiness, the joy, the serenity, etc… the goal is for you to get the chills every time you visualize each item.

3.) When you get home today, or when you have time this afternoon, take out any current unpaid bills you have, and review the actual statement. (If you are a paperless person, open up a new note on your phone, write down the name of the financial institution and then follow the next steps) use gratitude’s power, and write across each one: “Thank you for the money provided to pay these bills!” Feel grateful for having the money, whether you have it or not.

4.) Review ten bills you’ve paid in the past, and make a mental note across them that says, “Thank you, Paid!” Feel truly grateful that you had the money to pay the bill.

5.) Just before you go to sleep tonight, hold your rock in your hand and think of the best thing that happened to you today. Say the magic words THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!

As always,


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