Spiritual Prosperity is our Divine Heritage.
Take away a belief in scarcity held by many on Earth, and take away the fear of “not enough” money, love, food, homes, etc., and you will have a very good starting point for creating great Prosperity.
Spiritual Prosperity includes health, financial freedom, right work, higher purpose, peace and the joy of living. Moment by moment you have the ability to create this for yourself.
I had the joy of being one of the assistants to Sanaya Roman and Duane Packer (Creating Money) at their Creating Money Workshop. One hundred participants sat expectantly waiting for the information and processes to be given as it was discovered that almost all of the participants were healers or teachers in various spiritual or alternative traditions. Money was elusive to us. The workshop did not disappoint. The principles learned are simple and easy to practice. It does require practice, as your thoughts, words, feelings and beliefs about money are creating your reality of it.
To start: Change the belief that money isn’t spiritual, and rescind any vows of poverty you have taken.
Next, learn the qualities that attract money ( from Creating Money). Qualities include your thoughts and feelings. Attracting qualities are: Gratitude and thanks, Clarity of intent, Higher Purpose, Self-love, Joy, Enthusiasm, Delight as Motivation, openness to receive, Connection to spirit, faith trust persistence, Directed Will, Releasing fears, Focus and commitment, following inner guidance and positive affirmations and beliefs about money.
The good thing is you don’t have to be or master all of these qualities, but you do need to be in at least one or two most of the time. They are the antidote to the mass consciousness belief in scarcity and have the power to attract your good and Money.
Esther and Jerry Hicks have written many books on these laws of attraction, and the ones I choose often are appreciation, gratitude and thanks. They speak of having a rampage of appreciation (Ask and it is Given). The first time I read “have a rampage of appreciation,” I laughed, as the word rampage usually meant something negative or angry. I enjoyed the paradox that you can have a very positive rampage of appreciation, thanks and gratitude.
This always makes me happy and uplifted. In this state I receive ideas that lead to all kinds of good.
For years I worked cleaning a real estate office. On every desk there was a small upright sign that said “Attitude is Everything.” I would lean over to empty each waste basket, and as I was standing up I would see the sign over and over again. That was the highest-producing office in the area and a reminder for me to stay in gratitude. The wonderful part of using these principles is the realization that you can change your life for the better any time and any place by simply changing your beliefs and qualities of thought and feeling.