“The only reason any person does not have enough money is because they are blocking money from coming to them with their thoughts.” – Rhonda Byrne
Daily Nugget of Gold 1104
I Got a New Attitude!
“I’m feelin’ good from my head to my shoes! Know where I’m goin’ and I know what to do! I tidied up my point of view, I got a new attitude!” From New Attitude, Patti LaBelle.
Is it really that simple? Can we just change our attitude, our beliefs, and the money will begin to flow? Well, yes- it is that simple, but no one said “easy”. We would like to point out that if it were a piece of cake, if it were easy- everyone with even a smattering of brain cells would be pulling it off. While age is no barrier to wealth, it does seem that with age it’s more likely that you reach the goal than with youth- but don’t count youth out. Getting older is no guarantee however, some people fail to learn any of life’s important lessons about how to be more, do more, and have more.
In our last session we had our readers play with the idea of hitting it big in the lottery and imagine how that would change their feelings about things like giving. The trick to getting to the point when we enjoy a generous amount of financial wealth coming in is to see money as one small sector of a rainbow of what is truly wealth. There are other forms, such as the love of family and friends, sound physical health, harmonious relationships with others, the hope for future achievement, a positive mental attitude and much more. Whenever we have less of one form of wealth, we need not be concerned about being overly generous with it- but we can certainly concentrate on sharing what is ours to give.
Let’s ask a question, if you had in excess of 500 million dollars you just won, would you risk it by shoplifting at the store when you wanted something? Of course not! You have an attitude of wealth. You can afford whatever you wish to purchase, also. You have much more to lose with dishonestly than you could ever gain. Some folks will steal even when they have a great deal of money- we call that kind of person, “greedy”. While we could disparage them, that doesn’t make much sense, either. They have a sickness which prevents them from enjoying their financial abundance as they should. A person who has money and steals is actually living with an attitude of lack and many, if not all, of the forms of wealth will flee from them because of that.
If a person steals or is dishonest in order to gain advantage over someone, they are also living in lack. Someone who uses people instead of being a blessing to them, likewise. A person who is jealous or envious is demonstrating the attitude of lack. People who put down others show how insecure they are in their own self esteem– lack. A look at what traits you find attractive and those you find repelling in people will quickly sum up each of their attitudes. Miserable around others? Can’t get along with anyone? Lack. More on this next time. Start looking deeper into the motivations behind the actions of people, these are the best clues as to what their attitude is.
Question of the Day to Ask Ourselves
“What kind of an attitude do I have most of the time, wealth or lack?”
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