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I'd like to look a little bit more about the question of manifestation and creation using the Law of Attraction – in particular, I'd like to look at the question of making money, or, if you prefer, generating abundance.

You ever been in a situation where you've really wanted to take some course, or training, or some other expensive investment in your future – and then decided that you just can't afford it?

I mean at one level of course there is some objective truth in this – you might not be able to afford a certain amount of money… And yet of course we are always tempted with credit offers and payment plans and so on.

So what's really at work when you decide not to buy something that would potentially help you very significantly? Is it that you value yourself inadequately, or is it that you genuinely can't afford it? Or you are being prudent with money?

This is an interesting question here, isn't there? Which seems to me to be this: that either of those approaches is based on a consciousness centered upon lack, of a lack of money, of a lack of abundance, and the prospect of not having enough.

Now of course nobody would suggest one minute that it was a sensible thing to do go out and spend money that you haven't got, but what I'm saying is that the to me seems to be an orientation there around lack which is basically contradictory to the principle of having enough money, being confident about your worth and ability to create money, and somehow, well, to put it bluntly, lacking a " prosperity consciousness" .

But you see, many people, when I say this, tell me that actually money is in short supply, and that there really isn't enough to go round – after all, they say, how could it be when there are so many people in the world and when such poverty exists.

But there's a fundamental misunderstanding here which goes something like this: the fact that the rest of the world's poor doesn't mean you have to be – for those who have a consciousness which is capable of creating abundance, there is plenty of money to go round, plenty of resources to share between us.

And, furthermore, it's a truism that economic wealth is generated, at least in part, by money circulating in an economy – so the more money you have and the more you allow it to flow through you and through the economy outside your immediate environment, the more likely you are to create wealth for other people.

By looking at money in a different way it's possible to see that in fact there is no shortage of money. See www.therealsecretofsuccess.com for more on this. So how are you, probably coming from a position of lack, or a family environment where consciousness was centered on shortage rather than prosperity, going to create a change in your attitude – and hopefully manifest, using the Law of Attraction, all the abundance that you could wish for?

First and foremost, you have to get real about money. What that means is that you have to understand where it's coming from, how you're generating it, and what you're going to do with it when it arrives. There is a time for making money, and there's a time for considering the value of money there's a time for hoarding money, and a time to distributing money there's a way to make money that is ethical and moral, and there's a way to make money which is immoral.

These are all questions that perhaps you need to consider before you actually start planning to create abundance.

You see in my experience, those times when I've had least money been the times when it's been most necessary and beneficial for me to demonstrate abundance towards other people.

In the Architecture of Prosperity, LJ Corrall talks about how one of her contractors had made his focus into service to the client, as well as producing quality in his own life. He started by sitting down with his wife to understand their needs and ambitions in terms of value to the family, and honor and pride in his work.

As a result of that interesting discussion they decided that they could forfeit the more profitable and secure method of juggling numerous jobs at once.

It's quite obvious to anybody who's been served by contractors that those who offer a dedicated service where the focus is entirely on the client are both more appealing to work with, and more deserving of higher reward those who constantly juggle a number of different jobs – a strategy born out of the fear, of course, of not having enough or of lacking income or clients.

When you make the determination that you can actually focus on high-end work for high-end rewards, and then make the leap to allow spirit to provide the work for you, you may find that there is a magical shift in how the world manifests work for you.

So LJ Carroll talks of what she calls radical generosity: by this she means making an obligation to support others in generous terms, regardless of her own financial state. In practical terms what this appears to mean for her on a day-to-day basis is disbursing up to 60% of her income after taxes to areas other than herself.... such as humanitarian endeavors.

And as she says, although this constitutes radical generosity, it appears that her income just expands exponentially as a result of the commitment to radical generosity. As a result, it seems that her own wealth and prosperity grows abundantly.

Ned you see what's going on here: she's allowing money to flow through her like an energy, rather than holding onto it like something that is in desperately short supply.

We not all as certain of our position in the universe as LJ Carroll, who says, " the universe only says yes to us" . And then she goes on to make the point that if we accept that the source – which you may call God, or the cosmic consciousness, or some other expression of the universal magnificence that lies behind the universal creation – is all -powerful, then how can it be that sometimes you don't get what you fervently wish for?

It's a perennial question from people trying to manifest reality, and particularly manifest prosperity.

In Carroll's terms, this failure means that you're not on the right frequency and not on same frequency as the universe. That your primary energy is not that of abundance, or not the right frequency to enact a resonance in the universe.

For example, as she says, quite correctly, we all desire peace – or at least, the majority of us do – yet although we pray for peace unceasingly, peace does not appear in the world, and from one point of view the world might even be getting more chaotic. So her answer to this is that what we actually need to do is embody peace. This would then make the primary tone of our human energy into one of peace, and then peace could not help but manifest on the planet.

Similarly, when we articulate a primary tone of desire and love and prosperity and abundance, it is reflected back to us.

Yet when we are filled with fear and doubt, when the frequency of the energy that we give out stutters and falters, then the universe will not be able to resonate strongly with this, and so whatever we are asking for will not be manifested or expressed in our reality.

One of the ways that we often interfere with the manifestation of reality from the universe is by denying our negative feelings about something: yet there is a simple technique to contain such negative energy so that it doesn't leak out into the universe – it's called creating an internal container, and the mechanism by which you can do it is described in The Architecture of Abundance by Lenendra J Carroll.


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