I’m going to take a wild guess and say that you wouldn’t mind having some extra money. Am I right? Whether you’re an entrepreneur struggling with charging what you’re worth, someone approaching retirement, or simply have a long term goal you’re saving up for, I have a strategy to generate more money in your bank account.
Let’s dive right in, shall we?
Step One: Imagine abundance
Close your eyes.
Take a deep breath.
Fill yourself up until you can’t expand any more
Hold the breath for a couple of seconds
Very slowly exhale the breath out of your mouth
Now smile because money is coming to you.
Visualize it – raining dollars bills, bank account filling up, cheques arriving in the mail.
Repeat the exercise again.
Now close your eyes. Do you feel full? Has your anxiety lessened? Learning to release anxiety about money is the first step towards creating abundance.
Step Two: Give what you have
When it comes to money, step two is giving it away. This is a difficult energetic equation to master for most people, but you, I think, will get this right away. Remember: money is an energy and there is more than enough for everyone.
So, that being the said, imagine that you can give away $1, or $5 or $10 without flinching, and imagine a person receiving that $1, $5, $10 with absolute joy. The level of discomfort or ease you feel will indicate how trusting or not you are of life’s perpetual bounty. Give the money away with joy and open yourself to receiving. Try it more than once. Trust me, it works.
Step Three: Make space
Think of three actions that you can take to remove the blocks in your finances. Stagnation, complaining, worry are not attractive energies but they are energy. So let’s put all that energy to good use. Meditate. Sing. Dance. Apply for a job. Speak to a relative or friend about your dreams. Hold a fun(d)raiser, walk people’s dogs. A gazillion things that you can do that are the first step towards opening the gates to money.
Money is never the problem. It’s just a tool. Once we learn how to use this tool, our minds are freed up to focus on other pursuits. The exercise above will kickstart a healthier relationship with money. Just don’t forget, money can show up in expected places! Now it’s your turn to try this technique out. Go out there and practice. Share your findings in the comments below. I’d love to hear from you. Make it rain, my friends!