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Long before the movie The Secret, in the late 1800s, a man named Wallace Wattles wrote a book called The Science of Getting Rich. (this link takes you to a site where you can download the book for free!) Now there are several support sites that use this book and its nuts and bolts philosophy as a springboard for changing people's lives. Not as glitzy and star-studded as buzz around The Secret, the information in TSOGR is timeless and practical and do-able.
My hands-down favorite of these is a site originated by Rebecca Fine of Certain Way Productions. Rebecca was once like many of us, a relatively sucessful business owner who wanted more. Once she started using Wattles' principles in her daily life, things really began transforming! And now she has a great newsletter that you can subscribe to called The Certain Way (words used in Wattles' book). I am going to include an article from the last ezine which I think you guys would appreciate.
(photo courtesy of Wallace Wattles.com)
THE INFINITE PIE
By Dr. Alexandra Gayek of The Science of Well Being Network
If you get more money, doesn't that mean someone else has less? If you've been a student of The Science of Getting Rich for a while, you know the answer to that one: Relax! There's an infinite supply. You getting more just means that more has been created from the formless substance and the entire supply has now increased.
But what about the flip side? What about that self-flogging you may have done for some "poor" financial decision that led to you "losing" lots of money? What about that resentment you may feel if your partner or child went on a shopping spree and overspent the budgeted amount, or got involved in something that cost you a great deal more than you planned to spend?
What about the anger you may have felt if someone "cheated" you or stole from you?
(photo courtesy of The Science of Getting Rich Network)
What about the bitterness you may feel because someone who promised you something didn't follow through -- to pay back money you loaned, to send you something you purchased, to fulfill a contract you both signed.
In other words, if someone *else* has more, doesn't that mean you have to have less?
For most of my life, I had the small pie mentality. In retrospect I can see that my behavior and thoughts matched the underlying belief that there was only so much to go around, and whatever I had was part of a finite lifetime allotment.
Here's an example of what I was like: When I was a kid, I saved Halloween candy all the way until Easter for fear of running out. With money, I lived with constant anxiety that I might make a mistake and waste my precious supply. If the meal or movie or course or whatever else I bought wasn't what I'd hoped it would be, I'd hang on to regret and complain endlessly about what a waste of money it was. Sometimes years later I'd be thinking longingly about what I could do now with that money I'd spent or lost so long ago.
What's so amazing is that 50 years of thinking that way CHANGED! My dear friend Rebecca loves to tease me about how far I've come. But I figure, hey, if I can come this far, so can YOU!
Here are some examples of what it's like to live as if the pie really IS infinite.
* I don't have to eat every bite on my plate if I'm not hungry.
* If I forget to pay a bill and wind up with a late fee, I shrug and think, oh well!
* I can throw out or give away stuff I'm not using, knowing that whatever I need will be available to me when I need it later.
* Even with the intention of taking off soon to travel around the world, I've just bought a house and am buying furniture, new appliances, and art to make it just right.
* If I create an agreement with someone, I know it's *my* responsibility to maintain the positive expectation of receiving it, not the other person's responsibility to deliver it.
* I can relax about what my government is doing.
* I don't have to feel guilty or stupid or sad if I can look back and see a "better" decision I could have made than the one I made.
* When I tithe, or give someone a gift, or set myself up with a bigger mortgage payment, it just means I open myself to more money flowing through my life to take care of what I've spent or promised.
YOUR life could be like this too.
The secret here is not about your spending behavior. It's about your joyful faith in the infinite supply of the universe. The action *follows* the thought, not the other way around.
Maybe you're already far ahead of me in your awareness of how much fun life can be when you begin to *get it* about the infinite nature of money in the universe. If so, I know you're smiling to know another one has "seen the light."
If this idea is still new to you, you're in for a treat!
Get your gift copy of Wallace Wattles' second book, The Science of Being Well (plus Alexandra's terrific, Be Well! ezine) here: http://www.scienceofgettingrich.net/sobw
By the way, I found out about this wonderful book from author, hypnotherapist and transformation expert, Debbie Friedman of Cleaning Out the Closet of Your Mind. She also has a great newsletter and a wealth of products that really help get your mind in the space of receiving abundance. (no pun intended...well, maybe).
Go here: for those two free audios.
And if you would like to hear my radio interview with Debbie, please click here.
And of course, I would be remiss if I didn't add a story about the essential oils I have been using with my clients to magnetize abundance.
In fact, there is an amazing oil called Abundance not only smells like heaven (I swoon every time my sweetie wears it, which is almost every day now!), but actually was formulated to enhance the frequency of the energy field that surrounds us through the stimulation of what are called Somatides. Somatides transmit frequency from our cells to our environment when stimulated through fragrance, (smell is our oldest most primal sense), and thoughts. The frequency that is set up actually creates the "law of attraction" like a forcefield around us. This stuff works!
One story is about a young man who was in the process of looking for work. He called me excitedly soon after getting his shipment of oils, telling me that within two hours after applying the oil, a former client that he had not heard from in over a year called to give him work! Since then, each time he has applied this oil with intention, the phone rings almost immediately with work. One time, after I suggested he put Abundance on his phone he landed a new client worth at least a thousand dollars within 5 minutes !
When I asked him about his experience, he told me, "I used to deflect money because if my deservingness issues, but now, I consider myself a money NET!!"
You can wear Abundance oil like perfume on your wrists, temples heart, neck and other pulse points, diffuse it in the air around you, breathe it straight from the bottle, add it to the paint that you use in your home or office, put a few drops on your phone, your wallet, your business cards, your computer keyboard, you can even add it to your clothes dryer on a dryer sheet or a wet cloth or your bath water with some epsom salts. When you focus on abundance and plenty while you inhale this oil, a memory link to the RNA template gets created in the place where memory is blueprinted and permanently transcribed, you are actually changing the core of your being!
To really get the most out of your Abundance oil, you will want to start with Release to let go of any emotions that prevent you from receiving the abundance you deserve. Release oil helps discharge anger and memory trauma from the liver in order to create emotional well-being.
You can follow Abundance, if you like, with any of the following oils: Acceptance, Envision, Into the Future, Joy, Magnify Your Purpose, Motivation, Valor, or Live with Passion.
Right now, I am offering a special deal! If you would like to purchase Release and Abundance together, I will send you a car diffuser as my gift to you!
If you feel drawn to hearing more about these transformative and healing oils, please contact me here.
((¸¸.·´ ..·´ Jessica -:¦:-