|Create from Being:|
Guide to Conscious Creation
|by Myke Wolf|
|Click an excerpt from the list below to read part of the book.|
|Choose an Excerpt:|
|Abundance of What?|
|Your Thoughts Are Not You|
|Pathways to Dreams|
|The Grand Illusion of Time|
|Happiness Is Innate|
|Removing Judgments from Choosing|
|Money Is Just A Substitute (showing)|
Money Is Just A Substitute
|The topic of money probably occupies more focus than most other topics on our minds throughout any given day. Wealth certainly seems to be the primary focus of most discussions regarding the Law of Attraction. Yet money is only one example of energy we attract, and one way in which things can be accomplished. Money also becomes one of the more common reasons for limiting ourselves.|
There is a subtle Ė but very significant Ė difference between wanting money, and feeling that we lack enough of it. Most of us, most of the time, when thinking about money, are thinking that we need more of it for some reason or purpose. Or, we are thinking that we cannot do something until we have more money. And when we are thinking that, we are not focused upon money but upon the belief that we lack having enough money, and we are very likely to create experiences that support that notion. We are also believing that we cannot attract certain experiences until we have the funds to pay for it, and in this way we push those opportunities into a future which never arrives.
Money cannot buy us happiness, although it can afford us some pretty fun experiences. And when we desire having enough of it to be able to have those experiences, itís really the feeling of that experience itself we wish to achieve. Focusing our creative intentions on that feeling, instead of wondering where the money will come from to pay for it, allows the Universe to suggest ways that it can happen.
Few topics limit our creative activities as much as the topic of money. All too often we allow money to become a barrier in the creative process, through our thoughts and beliefs. We often let go of many of our dreams because we think we will not be able to afford them. We talk ourselves out of picturing experiences which we really do want, because we donít know where the money will come from.