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Good Morning:

Today, I’m focusing on generating value and attracting financial abundance into my life. In fact, I may spend the remainder of the year doing so. In preparation, I went looking at some of my old journals dealing with abundance and these declarations leaped off the page at me. Since a lot of us are focused on resolving lack and attracting abundance, I’m sharing my notes.

A Gentle Suggestion:

DO NOT READ THESE DECLARATIONS YET. Instead, print out 2 copies of this blog post. Then:

1. Find a quite place where for the next 10 minutes you won’t be disturbed (no emails, cell phones, people, whatever)
2. WIth a pen in hand, take one of the copies and slowly read each declaration.
3. After reading a declaration, make a note if your immediate reaction was (“agree,” “bull,” “no way,” “not me” or “can’t happen”) also pay particular attention to whether or not you have a strong reaction positively or negatively (“this is me” “I deserve this” “I don’t deserve this” etc.).
4. It’s okay if you get emotional – JUST KEEP GOING

When you’ve gone through the list, take a minute and settle yourself, then calmly go back through the list. On the 2nd copy, place a check mark next to any declaration you’ve indicated that you are aligned with. Draw a small square next to those declarations that you had an adverse or negative reaction to and finally place and “X” next to the declarations that you felt you aren’t deserving off.

You’ve just completed a rough roadmap, which indicates the degree that you are aligned to financial abundance.

This is basic, and of course you can create addtional declarations, but this is a good way to test. To resolve, use any number of great methods found throughout BLC – meditation, EFT, Psych-K, whatever. Just close the gap…

Namaste,

Chris

Affirming Declarations to Attract & Benefit from the Presence of Money…

Tap or meditate away. Rinse. Repeat…. :o)

“My inner world creates my outer world.”

“What I heard about money isn’t necessarily true. I choose to adopt new ways of thinking that support my happiness and success.”

“What I modeled around money was their way. I choose my way.”

“I release my non-supportive money experiences from the past and create a new and rich future.”

“I observe my thoughts and entertain only those that empower me.”

“I create the exact level of my financial success!” “I have a millionaire mind!”

“My goal is to become a millionaire and more!”

“I commit to being rich in all areas of my life.”

“I think big! I choose to help hundreds, thousands of people!”

“I promote my value to others with passion and enthusiasm.”

“I am an excellent receiver. I am open and willing to receive massive amounts of money into my life.”

“I choose to get paid based on my results.”

“I always think ‘both’.”

“I focus on building my net worth!”

“I am an excellent money manager.”

“My money works hard for me and makes me more and more money.”

“I am committed to constantly learning and growing.”

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The Eighth Meditation: Love

The truth about life is the infinite love of God for all things. Each man is my brother, bound to me by immortal and everlasting ties. I love all people; they dwell in my Father and my Father in them. I surrender my heart to humanity, and humanity serves me with love. I surrender my heart to Spirit, and the love of Spirit becomes complete within me.

I am one with all the power and vigor and knowledge of the universe. I let go of fear and confusion; they are illusions and cannot live with truth, which is love, which is complete and fulfilled in me now. The great reality of Universal Subconscious Mind is forever present at the center of my being. I draw from it perfect intelligence, perfect health, perfect peace, perfect happiness, perfect love.

I surrender all the build-up inhibitions that have been impressed upon me by the illusions of thie world. I refuse to accept anything but truth, which is always the good and the positive. I move in accord with Divine Intelligence. I accept the will and the love of Spirit, which I express in laughter and joy and pleasure and service.

Only the good, the great, the significant, and the constructive do I add unto myself. Nothing else is allowed into the creative depths of my being. The surging desire of each man is to know the fulfillment of love. The way to this fulfillment is through contact with the center of consciousness, through communion with the silent dweller within. I surrender my doubts and confusions and fears.

Universal love is complete in me. I am united with God, move with Spirit. I am serene and sure, joyful and achieving, confident of ultimate splendor.

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The Seventh Meditation: Attraction

I do not confuse what I seem to be with what I really am.

I am never what I seem to be, and always what I really am—host to the indwelling Spirit, Spirit. I quiet the movements of my body, slow my breathing, and glide deep into the recesses of my being, to the very center of my consciousness. Here in this place of infinite calm I become one with the immortal Self of the world, and I observe.

My thoughts cross my consciousness in a never ending stream. I do not create these thoughts. They come from the infinite reaches of the Universal Subconscious Mind and are directed to my consciousness, for I have attracted them.

I may choose any thoughts I desire. I have but to decide, and the ideas and images I have chosen are directed to me. As I accept them so will they manifest in my world. I alone decide what I will think; thus I decide my entire life. I bar the door of my mind to negative thoughts or thoughts of evil. The door is always open to admit the positive, the good, the beautiful and the aspiring.

I have complete confidence in the wisdom and the power of the Universal Subconscious Mind. I do not predict the manner in which each of my thoughts will manifest; I have complete faith that Spirit moves in the most perfect manner. There is no such thing as lack unless it is accepted; the universe has infinite supply. Vigor and health, abundance and success are mine, for I choose only such thoughts.

Love abounds in a universe where I am one with the immortal Self, the Universal Subconscious Mind, Spirit. My every decision is answered from a perfect and inexhaustible source of power.

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The Sixth Meditation: Faith to Creation

Here in solitude, in this time of peace, of meditation, I withdraw deep into the silent recesses of my being to a place of utter calm. Slowly, the world retreats from around me, until finally I am alone. Walled away from all clamor and strife there is nothing but me. I am not body; I am not thought; I am not experience; I am not the past nor the present nor the future. I simply am.

Across my consciousness comes a constant procession of thoughts and I observe them. I do not make up these thoughts. I know they come from the Universal Subconscious Mind, and I watch as they are presented to me. I slow the train of thoughts. I examine each of them, then let go, neither accepting nor rejecting. On and on the thoughts come, and I ask myself, “Who is it that observes this?” And I hear the answer, “Thou that art, always have been, and always will be—thou observest,” and I understand.

Divorced from body, thought, and experience, I still exist as I always must. Here then is my true self, a thing independent of all but spirit, a contemplative “I,” which only observes and chooses from the thoughts that cross consciousness.

Whatever I choose is mine. Whatever I reject shall never touch me. I need only observe and accept, and all things will be added unto me by a power which leaps to acknowledge my faith and my decision.

I sense such warmth and security as might overflow the world. I sense a fusion of my being with the great Universal Subconscious Mind, the mind of Spirit. I sense the presence of the Father who knoweth no wrath, who does all things at his child’s bidding. I sense my union with this Father by immutable and irrevocable bonds.

I am one with all truth, all beauty, all justice, all love.

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The answers are in the subconscious mind. Over the next few days, I’ll share the meditations, excerpted from U.S. Andersen’s Three Magic Words. Enjoy…

The First Meditation: Overcoming the Lock

I know that I am pure spirit, that I always have been and that I always will be.
There is inside me a place of confidence and quietness and security where all things are known and understood.

This is the Universal Mind, Spirit, of which I am a part and which responds to me as I ask of it.

This universal mind knows the answer to all of my problems, and even now the answers are speeding their way to me.

I needn’t struggle for them; I needn’t worry or strive for them. When the time comes, the answers will be there.
I give my problems to the great mind of Spirit; I let go of them, confident that the correct answers will return to me when they are needed.

Through the great law of attraction, everything in life that I need for my work and fulfillment will come to me.
It is not necessary that I strain about this, only believe. For in the strength of my belief, my faith will make it so.

I see the hand of divine intelligence all about me, in the flower, the tree, the brook, the meadow.
I know that the intelligence that created all these things is in me and around me and that I can call upon it for my slightest need.

I know that my body is a manifestation of pure spirit and that spirit is perfect; therefore my body is perfect also.
I enjoy life, for each day brings a constant demonstration of the power and wonder of the universe and myself.
I am confident, I am serene, I am sure.

No matter what obstacle or undesirable circumstance crosses my path, I refuse to accept it, for it is nothing but an illusion. There can be no obstacle or undesirable circumstance to the mind of Spirit, which is in me, and around me, and serves me now.

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Four Mental Laws of Conditioning

“I am what I concentrate on”
“What I concentrate on, seems real”
“What I concentrate on, grows”
“I always find what I concentrate on”

To be successful; do this by concentrating on the feeling success brings you. Eventually the feelings become habits. One is what one practices. I practice what I concentrate on. Trains the central-nervous-system to produce success.

To find and develop my greatest potential, I discipline my mind with the four mental laws. I concentrate on growing, achieving, winning, confidence, persistence, determination, and success. I find my greatest potential by setting my sights higher.

• Accept your Destiny for Greatness
• Forgive the Past, Focus on the Present
• “BE” the Result
• Focus on the mechanics; IGNORE THE NOISE
• Don’t make simple things complicated; have the courage and take it at face value
• Master your SELF TALK
• Take ownership/responsibility for what’s happened in the past, but MOVE ON—Keep Going!!
• Use “Why” questions with care: What/How questions are superior

Clarity + Thought + Emotion = Creation/Manifestation
(vision) (mindset) (focus) unconscious = Instant Manifestation

Faith =What you focus on consistently. As a conscious tool, it provides certainty. The unconscious mind does not nead faith or to believe

Key: Taking Control of Emotion: Imagination—>Conscious, and leaving behind the thoughts that don’t serve you.

Geniuses: Generate thoughts, visualize clarity, then link with emotion

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“Seize the day, trusting as little as possible in the future”


Can you really seize the day? Seems a bit big to me. I like Dan Millman’s idea: “Seize the moment” – “Carpe momentum”

The 2011 Intention
This year, I am focused on applying what I know – about personal development, human psychology, LOA, prosperity consciousness and myself. As someone who admits being addicted to learning, I’m now focused on building an addiction to growth. I recently figured out that learning doesn’t always lead to growth – knowing more doesn’t necessarily mean “being more”. So this year, I’m straight-jacketing myself, drinking a new cocktail of 3 parts application/growth to 1 part learning/discovery.

The Strategy
So I’m actively seeking to attract resources that show the application of knowledge and wisdom. Part of this mission of mine involves re-reading some of the dozen’s of books I read with which I had only “absorb and understand” as a goal versus evaluating the book based on the key question: “Can and should I apply this in my life?” Well, there is over 100 books I need to do this with and finite time, so I’ve paired it down to 12 for this year:

“Three Magic Words” Uell S. Andersen

“Power of Now” – Eckart Tolle

“Spiritual Liberation” – Michael Beckwith

“Psycho Cybernetics” – Maxwell Maltz

“The On-Purpose Person: Making Your Life Make Sense: A Modern Parable” – Kevin McCarthy

“Siddharta” – Herman Hesse

“The Alchemist” – Paulo Coelo

“The Game of Life and How to Play It” – Florence Scoval Shinn

“Question Your Thinking: Change Your World” – Byron Katie


There are 3 other books to go and I haven’t determined what those will be; instead I’m going to just keep myself open and trust that the remaining books will come to mind/present itself when and as I need them.

And the other 88?
I’m re-reading years worth of journals and I’m listening to podcasts (Hay House Radio for example) of various authors to get their take on their writings (for those that are living of course!). I’m also for the first time, investing time listening to reviews. I generally don’ t like relying on reviews/opinions since they are filtered based on the reviewer. However, this year I’m allowing myself to consider reviews given by people I believe are applying what they’ve read in their lives.

One resource I’m digging is Brian Johnson’s “Philosophers Notes TV.”

He publishes 6-page reviews of over 100 books related to
personal development, and the TV site is an offshoot.
Little 10 minute video segments of some of the key ideas
presented in the work.
I’ve been listening to 1 or 2 a day for a week now and it’s been valuable.
Check it out of you’re short on time…





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