Good News about Sucky Paydays
Even if your hourly rate is all right, after everyone takes their bite – taxes, insurance, 401k, etc. – what’s leftover can seem a little depleted.
I used to ease my discouragement on such paydays by tracking the accumulation of assets in the retirement account.
It made me feel better to remember that it might not be here in my red hot hands, but money was being set aside for my future benefit.
That helped to see funds piling up payday after payday, as I purposefully remembered that good things were in store (eventually).
I’m such a nerd I used to chart it on an excel spreadsheet. Laugh, but it was cool to see it adding up!
You might not contribute to a retirement account, but there is something similar happening in your world, too.
And looking at it this way can help you feel better on those depleted days.
Here’s the skinny:
When you have a bad day – when something goes wrong or things aren’t turning out like you want – you’re banking something through that experience.
And it’s a good investment.
Every time you experience something you don’t want, you automatically have a desire for something better.
- When you’re rejected, you want to be desired.
- When you’re pressed for time, you want plenty of time.
- When you’re tired, you want to be energized.
- When you’re broke, you want to be rolling in it.
Every time you experience some sort of “don’t want,” your automatic desire for the opposite gets “banked” with Universe, where it waits until you’re ready for delivery.
Once we’re up to vibrational speed with what we’ve put in our Vibrational Bank (aka vortex), we can receive delivery.
Kind of like reaching a qualified distribution event, I think we used to call them in retirement world.
Cool system, huh?
Might be worth remembering the next time things are going south on you.
Just think about what you’re banking in that moment.
As you contemplate that vibrational investment, guess what happens? You get closer to its delivery. And there are no early withdrawal penalties or IRS rules about when we can access it!
It’s just a simple matter of feeling better.
Kind of puts a new spin on bad days, huh? Happy investing!