Prosperity - 10 Ways to Attract

"The greatest discovery of my generation is that human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives." - William James


Let’s see what Lynn Robinson has say about attracting prosperity in your life.  You don’t have to do all  of them at once, but try some of them and began to attract prosperity in your life.



1. Be Clear About What You Want

 What would your life look like if you had all that you wanted? Sometimes in the midst of struggling with what we DON'T want in our life, we forget to ask this question.


2. Listen to Your "Inner Prosperity Guide" - Your Intuition

 Pay attention to what your intuition is telling you and act on its wisdom. I define intuition as "when you know something, but you don't know how you know it." Intuition provides quick and ready insight. It may come to you through a feeling, an emotion, a gut sense, a voice or a nudge to take a certain path of action in your life. It may lead you to new work, the right contacts for your business, or a book to read that opens a door to greater abundance.



3. Use Positive Prosperity Statements

 Clarify and write down your goals, visions and dreams. Write a short positive statement that sums up your goal. Here are two examples: "I easily attract $_______ a month/year." "Money flows easily into my life as I do what I love." Say the affirmative statement several times a day.


4. Visualize Your Goal

 Imagine what it would be like to have your goal. Are there one or two "snapshots" you can create in your mind of having the prosperity you desire?



5. Pray and Meditate

 Ask for guidance from God (Universal Mind, Higher Power). State your intentions and ask for help if you're having difficulties. Spend time each day meditating or simply imagining yourself in the flow of Spirit. Listen for God's wisdom.

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