If there’s one thing we know about the universe, it’s that it works in certain identifiable ways. Over thousands of years of human observation, cogitation and experimentation, we have come to understand not only the ways, or laws, of the universe, but how we can act in harmony with those ways to cause the universe to do what we’d like it to. The laws of the universe as they affect the flow of money can be called the laws of money.
“Laws of Money” is the title of chapter 14 in my book, How to Attract Money Using Mind Power. I open that chapter with this quote:
“There are certain laws that govern the acquisition of riches; once these laws are mastered and applied, riches follow with mathematical certainty.”
–Robert A. Russell, You Too Can Be Prosperous: Studies in Prosperity, 1950
The nature of the laws of the universe is that they are dependable. They stay the same. And this is true of the laws of money as well, since they are universal laws.
The term “law” is a common one in metaphysical/spiritual teachings and writings. In fact, there seems to be a “law” for just about everything. Sometimes things are made more difficult and complex than they need to be. Concerning the specific subject of attracting money, we can identify a few core concepts. An understanding of these concepts will provide a solid foundation upon which you can build and maintain an expanded financial life.
Here are the five concepts I list in my chapter on the laws of money: money goes where it flows; money goes where it’s welcome; money goes where it’s appreciated; money goes where it’s respected; money goes where it’s given out from.
Since I have already boiled these five concepts down to their essence in my book, I’ll share here what I’ve written. Though these are just five short paragraphs, a world of knowledge could be derived from them through contemplation and application over time. Here they are for you to consider:
“Money goes where it flows: circulating money attracts money; stagnant money repels money and invites loss. So, for instance, it’s better to spend or give money wisely than to hoard it fearfully; better to put it in the bank than in a home safe.
“Money goes where it’s welcome. So, by your actions, show the universe you’re open to receive. For example, if you see a penny on the ground, pick it up; accept money gifts, and all gifts, graciously.
“Money goes where it’s appreciated. So, be grateful for all the money you’ve had in the past, for all the money you have now, and for all the money you’ll have in the future.
“Money goes where it’s respected. So, spend wisely; save and invest carefully; pay bills on time; keep good financial records; get professional help and advice when you need it.
“Money goes where it’s given out from. So, give the universe back part of what you receive. The age-old practice of tithing is fundamental. Some say the tithe (10 percent of one’s income) should be given to the source of one’s spiritual support; others say it can go to any good causes. Decide what you believe, and tithe accordingly. You can give in less consistent ways than tithing, but that should be in addition to your tithing.”
Concerning the first law of money, money goes where it flows, think about how you encourage or restrict the flow of money through your life. For some, it’s easier to accept money in than it is to allow it to flow back out. For others, it’s easier to let money flow out than it is to accept money in. Neither of these ways represents balance. You want to be comfortable with the rhythm of money, and the essence of the rhythm of money is movement. Money is going to flow, sometimes in and sometimes out. Either way, it’s best not to resist the natural flow of money.
The second law of money is money goes where it’s welcome. Most people would automatically assume they are very open to money coming into their lives. They desire money. They daydream about having more of it. But the way many people think is very different than the way they actually feel deep within. Do you really want more money in your life? Do you truly welcome it? Is your heart and mind truly open to the possibility? Think on that.
Then there’s the third law of money, money goes where it’s appreciated. Appreciation and gratitude are among the most powerful forces in the universe. There is something inherent in the act of appreciation which magnetizes one to those things one appreciates. Just as true is that lack of appreciation tends to repel those good things one takes for granted. Your appreciation for the money in your life must be sincere. Try as you may, you cannot fool the universe.
And regarding the fourth law of money, money goes where it’s respected, the test here is very straightforward: How do you act in your dealings with money and financial matters? Your actions are what matters here, and through them you will know if you truly respect money or not.
And finally, money goes where it’s given out from. The average person tends to think that when something is given, the giver then has less of that thing. You must not believe this falsehood. Come to know and believe that giving is a major cause of receiving, and this is as true about money as it is about anything.
Here’s another quote I use in the chapter on the laws of money:
“Basic laws are always in operation to establish your prosperity, or lack of it.”
—Winifred Wilkinson, Miracle Power for Today, 1969
There you have the five core concepts, the five laws of money, which can be worth to you, in money, the value you place on them. So, what will they be worth to you?
James Goi Jr. is an author, speaker and mind-power coach. He publishes the free monthly “Mind Power & Money Ezine.” To learn more about James, or to subscribe to the ezine, start by going here: www.jamesgoijr.net
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