There are always going to be people who find monkish poverty attractive, but most people would rather learn how to attract money. In a recession, or a slow recovery, it is particularly important, but it is important no matter what the circumstances of the world economy. Millions of people find ordinary efforts such as looking hard for a new job or retraining for a new career just do not work as well as they once did.
The underlying concept in attraction of wealth is that there are deeper ways to approach this problem than simply working harder and saving more. It is important to come to realize that money is a product of the energies of the cosmos. Once that realization is achieved, the next step is to influence one’s own charge so that those energies flow in the right direction.
As it is within human power to draw wealth from the cosmos, it is also within human power to repel it. Anybody whose life has brought them to this article might benefit from recognizing how to stop pushing money away. The poor, especially, are in need of insight into the subconscious actions that feed their lack of prosperity.
To begin, one has to think about something other than being so poor. Obviously that will not be a simple task when the cupboard is bare and the car is being repossessed. Nevertheless, a fundamental rule of attraction is that what the mind dwells upon is what the cosmos will manifest.
It is only natural to dwell upon one’s poverty when that poverty is what one wishes to avoid. But the way the cosmos works, to think about something is to bring it toward one, no matter whether those thoughts are positive or negative. No doubt it takes a lot of mental discipline to accomplish this, but that is the price of success.
Step two is to visualize, in the mind’s eye, exactly what it is one wishes to attract. The imagination should be utilized in order to have a detailed, specific vision of the desired. One hurdle to be overcome might be a reluctance to be, or appear to be, too materialistic, but letting go of that ingrained reluctance makes visualization more powerful.
If one desires personal success, the second step is to frequently envision oneself being successful. It is important to be specific, so that the objects and scenarios one personally associates with success arise in the imagination as images. Being shamelessly unafraid to be materialistic is also important, so that one may see the expensive foreign car, the private jet airplane, or the children going to best college.