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Are you still singing? Guess what, you’ve actually planted some prosperity seeds. You’ve created prosperity thoughts by writing affirmations, through visitation and by creating musical anchors.
Here’s a song that I sing to the tune of the theme from the “Green Acres” television show.Green money is the thing for me, Good investments that is what I see I adore making money grow, Being wealthy is really all I know.
Yes, it’s silly, but I can’t get it out of my head, and that’s the point. Even when I’m not thinking about it I start singing about it and that plants those prosperity seeds ever deeper in my consciousness. It has become an unconscious habit for me. It will work for you too.
Were you able to write some affirmations? Did you use your six senses to visualize? Did you keep track of how you spent your money? What about healing the money memories? Did you create a personal financial balance sheet that included your assets and liabilities?
In Lesson Four we’re going to talk about prosperity priorities, the power of circulation, and setting up prosperity accounts that will allow you to take a year off work and then achieve financial independence. Feel free to go back at look at the previous lessons if you need to but for now we’ll look forward. So here we go; on to understanding how money gains power when it circulates, and on to financial independence. But first, let’s get our prosperity priorities in order.
Prosperity Priority #1 People
Much more important than our money are the people in our lives. Family, friends, loved ones, people in general are all more important than money. This doesn’t mean you should give all of your money to your cousin in Connecticut. What it means, as far as The Art of Prosperity is concerned is, take care of your money in a way that takes care of yourself and the people in your life.
You need to pay attention to things like: wills and trusts, durable power of attorney for health care, life insurance, long-term-care insurance, estate planning.
It is simply not an act of love to leave financial chaos behind when you’re gone. The grief your loved ones feel when you die should not be complicated by leaving them an ongoing financial mess. Be responsible to those you love now. Simply knowing that your final financial affairs are in order will bring freedom to your financial thoughts.
Even if you don’t have heirs you should still pay attention to where your money will go when you die. First of all, it plants in your mind that you will have money left over when you die and secondly, instead of the government taking all your money you’ll feel better if you know it’s going to a worthy cause that you choose.
The decisions you will need to make in regards to these matters are far beyond the nature of this course. You should come informed in these matters and consulting with informed advisors is always a reasonable thing to do. You may not be able to have a fully developed plan right away, but start the process and stick with it until it is complete. This is important. Taking care of it shows you are being responsible to those you love, a task much more important than just money management.
Prosperity Priority #2 Money
Because money is living energy it deserves our respect. To show our respect to money we must be responsible with it. When you treat your money well you attract even more money. It’s not what you make that’s important, it’s what you keep. More precisely it’s what you do with what you keep that really counts. You must feel that you and your money are important enough to have a life long relationship. And you must reward both yourself and your money.
Rewards and celebrations are a part of life’s relationships. Married couples celebrate another year of marriage every year. You celebrate your relationship with life every time you have a birthday. Employers and employees celebrate their relationships with announcements and bonuses.
Celebrate your relationship with your money by keeping some of it forever. Do some nice things with the money that your keep forever. Invest it wisely, tend to its upkeep and be sure to celebrate when your investments bring you even more money. You want to be around people that are respectful of you. So does your money. Treat your money with respect and it will bring you more money.
Take care of the people in your life first, and then take care of your money. You’re a prosperity farmer planting a field of prosperity. Plant it, tend to its needs and it will grow and multiple.
Prosperity Priority #3 Things
Your things have value to you. If they don’t have value, they're not yours.
The first thing you do is get rid of twenty things you’ve been holding on to that are absolutely worthless. As a way to bring your balance sheet into focus, touch everything you own and write down its value. Not what you spent for it but what it’s worth right now, as if you were going to sell it. Be honest.
This will do a couple of things for you. You may realize how much you spent on stuff that becomes worthless. You may also find great value in things that cost very little like family pictures. What you may begin to realize is that there is no direct correlation between how much something cost and its real value.
As you go through your things put their value in your asset column of your balance sheet. When you come across something that is worthless throw it out. If it has value to someone else give it away to the proper person or organization.
Your possessions are valuable. If it’s not valuable it’s not yours. Treat your possessions with the respect that they deserve. Keep them clean and in good repair. Display them with pride or store them securely.
When you value money more than things, you will have more money than things. Your life will be less cluttered with stuff and filled with things that are truly valuable to you. With your priorities in order your life will be rich with friendship from people, wealthy with increasing money, and filled with treasures and valuable things.
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