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6 Exercises To Attract Money Now

For those of you that know me, you know that I am going to say that you deserve to be rich. You naturally are an abundant, prosperous person and you were born to be rich.

If you haven’t yet manifested the cash in your life yet then don’t worry (I haven’t either!). All we need to do is to begin removing the blockages that stand in the way of us receiving all the money that naturally wants to flow to us.

So how do we do that?

Well, I have been listening to the amazing Kate Northrup recently and she sets out 6 amazing exercises to do to attract money now!

1st Exercise – Abundance

The more we focus on what we do have, the more we will attract. The more we focus on what we don’t have, the less we will attract.

  1. Every day count all of the things that you do have in your life.
  2. Feel your gratitude and feel the abundance you already have in your life.
  3. Anytime you notice what you don’t have, let the thought go and replace it by focusing on what you do have.

2nd Exercise – Fear

A major block around money is fear. Begin facing your fear straight on and transforming it into abundance.

  1. Every morning, start your day by checking your bank balance.
  2. If you are in the black, then celebrate that fact! Feel gratitude in your heart.
  3. If you are in your overdraft, then focus on 1 thing that you have financially, even if it is having a roof over your head. Feel gratitude in your heart.

3rd Exercise – Joy

Systems help to provide structure around your new relationship with money. So get clear about what you really value in your life and then spend your money in accordance with those values.

  1. Write down 3 peak emotional experiences in your life e.g. day your first child was born, day you graduated etc.
  2. Write down as many descriptive words about each experience as you can:- who was there, emotions you felt, what happened, what you did.
  3. Then circle the common factors that each experience had:- select 3-5 of the most important ones. These are your values.
  4. Choose to spend your money less on things that don’t matter to you and more on what does.
  5. Notice how much more pleasure you get from your money!
  6. Feel more satisfied by spending less!

4th – Tell The Truth

By not being honest with yourself about your financial situation, all you do is bury your head in the sand. And you waste your precious energy.

  1. Sit down and take a snap shot of your finances:- all the debt, overheads – the lot.
  2. Find someone safe and tell them about your situation.
  3. Get any support you might need.
  4. Know that it is all okay because we can’t get where we want to go unless we know where we are right now.

Clarity is power!

5th Exercise – Value Yourself

By valuing yourself, you allow money to flow to you. By valuing yourself, you realise the truth which is that you deserve money.

  1. Every day notice ways in which you added value to the world.
  2. Every day notice things that you like about yourself.
  3. Notice how much easier this becomes as you practice.
  4. Notice how you end up doing more activities of value for the world.
  5. Notice how more money comes of these new activities you are doing.

6th Exercise – Reward

Set up a bank account that will be your ‘Money For Me’ account.

  1. Anytime you choose not to spend money on something, put the money into your Money For Me Account.
  2. Anytime you negotiate for a fee or a fine to waivered, put the money into your Money For Me Account.
  3. Anytime you get a discount for something, put the money into your Money For Me Account.
  4. Anytime you have an expense that ends, keep putting the money into your Money For Me Account.

When you aren’t spending money, you are saving money!

Abundance is yours.

With love,

Jess

11 thoughts on “6 Exercises To Attract Money Now

  1. Clare

    Hi Jess, these are all really great tips. For ages (and still a bit), I’d always feel guilty for wanting more money and I’d say things like ‘oh money doesn’t matter…’ While it doesn’t increase happiness, I think it’s still important to be grateful and never take for granted the money we do have (which hopefully will lead to attracting more).

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    1. Jess Post author

      Hi Clare!

      Isn’t it interesting what we find when we observe our thoughts around money? For me, I have always believed that money was a good thing (because then I could do great things for myself and the world with it) but I always thought that money would never be mine. I am definitely going to be practicing these exercises myself!

      Love and abundant good wishes to you Clare,
      Jess

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  2. Keri Kight

    #4 Tell the Truth <— This is powerful!

    You have to get honest with yourself if you ever want to bring positive money vibes into your life. If we hate money, it's only going to drive it away further. We have to get honest with ourselves, and honest with where we want to be with our money story.

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  3. Eric

    I have to say, with money, one rule I always am about is what I call the 10-10-10 rule… or the “pay yourself first” rule.

    I love this because it sets my mind free when it comes to money… regardless of how much money I have at any given period of time. Just set aside 10% or any amount really, into savings, wheather it’s in the bank, checking account or cash stashed away in your house. Set aside another 10% for investing and the last 10% for tithing (charity, giving, however you prefer to refer to it).

    I learned about this years and years ago and like I said, even doing this little bit has helped me so much because as long as the bills are paid and I make sure to put away that 30% (or at least break what comes in into 3 amounts at the top) I don’t worry.

    Example: 1. Money comes into my life, 2. Take 30% up front (10: savings, 10: investing: 10: giving), 3. Live on the 70% that’s left to pay bills, have fun, etc.

    The savings is for an absolute emergency. So, saving for something nice in life could be from the 70% lived on.

    This is just my strategy for making sure there’s always enough money and taking control of my financial situation.

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    1. Jess Post author

      Eric I love this suggestion! I imagine for those that are employed they could set up a direct debit from their pay-check account into 3 separate accounts (1. Savings 2. Investing and 3. Giving) on pay-day so that their 10%-10%-10% payments are prioritised. Not everyone needs that discipline but most of us do! And it is a wonderful way to send yourself a message that ‘I matter – I love myself enough to be responsible with my money’.

      Thanks for the awesome tip!
      Jess

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      1. Eric

        You’re most certainly welcome, Jess!

        Yeah, I’m sure something could be set up like that, which would really help.

        I know of no one personally who is doing this but the money does add up and I think so many people could benefit from a strategy like or similar to this one.

        I’ve shared this idea with a few people and they like it but when it comes to the reality of actually stashing that much money away, people normally frown because they need to pay bills first and have other obligations. To me, that just means find more money and do the same thing, which allows it all to build up even faster anyway.

        Please don’t think I’m trying to promote this because I’m not… but I also use software to help manage our money called YNAB. It helps keep things so simple rather than just a check book and with it’s 4 rules and my 5th rule added to the pile, it’s a bright future for sure.

        By the way.. I love the site you have here. Simple, easy to use. Very nice.

        What template are you using, if you don’t mind me asking?

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        1. Jess Post author

          Yes, it is interesting to observe why we don’t always do what we know is best for ourselves, isn’t it? If there is a software to support managing money in the way you have suggested then it is worth checking out, for sure!

          Thanks for the compliment on the site! I am using Twenty-Twelve as the main theme but my boyfriend has developed a child theme for it too 🙂

          Thank you for connecting Eric – awesome to be in touch with you!

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  4. Alieu Jallow

    I am a businessman so how can I use 10, 10, 10
    strategy rules. Because I don’t receive money one time

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