Money Exercise

Dr. Tom James

The Law of Attraction and Money

You know that the way to attract what you want to do, be or have into your life is to imagine you already have it, and use your imagination to recreate how that feels to you.

Here is an exercise/game you can use to attract money and abundance.

You will need a pen to write with and a notebook to write in.

money in envelope

Imagine spending the money…

The first day, you will have on thousand dollars to spend. Find an item that you would like to have that has a price tag of no more than a thousand dollars.

Write a description of the item in your notebook (or cut/paste a picture), and remember to write how it makes you feel to have just made that purchase.

On the second day, increase the amount you have to spend to two thousand dollars. Again, you will be writing a description, or getting a picture of the item, to put in your notebook along with a vivid description of your emotional state after the purchase.

Repeat the procedure, increasing your budget by a thousand dollars every day until you get to ten thousand ($10,000.00) dollars. That will take you 10 days. At this point, you will begin to increase your budget by $10,000 every day until you get to $100,000.00 on day 20.

Money rain

Money rain

Now, increase by the same $100,000.00 every day until you get to 1,000,000.00 on day 30.

By doing this for 30 days, you will change your perception of money.

You will not be thinking about what you don’t have, you will be thinking about what you do have to spend!

In this way, you will begin to change what you are attracting to your life with respect to money.



What you think about, and thank about, you bring about.

Start thinking about having money and abundance, and most especially

how that makes you feel!


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