10 things to attract money to you

- January 19, 2017 2 MIN READ

Having a financial reality that works for you means getting really intimate with what you truly desire to create, not just the amount of money you desire to have in your bank account, but with your life. When you become clearer on the future you desire to create, it’s easier for money to come to you. Also, changing your point of view and how you function energetically with money is just as important as the “doing” elements, you need to change all of it to have a different reality with money.

These next 10 elements take a closer look at the pragmatic and hands-on components to changing your financial world. If you do these things, they will work. You do have to do them – you have to choose.

Remember – if you do not make the commitment to you and demand that you will do whatever it takes, not matter what it looks like, it’s going to be a lot harder to change things. At the end of the day, what can you possibly have to lose? Your limitations around money? Your angst around money? Your lack of money?

Here are 10 things you can do in your life to ‘attract’ money:

  1. Ask questions that invite money.
  2. Know exactly how much money you need to live – joyfully.
  3. Have money.
  4. Acknowledge you.
  5. Do what you love and brings you joy.
  6. Be aware of what you think, say and do.
  7. Stop being vested in the outcome.
  8. Give up believing in success, failure, needs and wants.
  9. Have allowance.
  10. Be willing to be out of control.

You will be amazed at what you can create when you allow yourself to have the joy of creating from chaos. This applies to every aspect of your life: relationships, business, family, money flows, your body. Remember, you are not alone in the universe, the universe will contribute to you creating everything you desire, so ask for more.

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