Moneyfesting: the Art of Manifesting Money

moneyfesting: the art of manifesting moneyThis month at Good Vibe University we launched a new course called Moneyfesting: the Art of Manifesting Money.

It’s my playful approach to creating financial abundance.

The first of our six call series focuses on spotting and dropping our anti-money habits. Do you know what yours are?

Very often allowing more money into our lives isn’t about engaging a new process or manifesting technique, but rather just dropping our current habits that block it. When we identify and drop those habits, money flows in naturally and swiftly.

Money is already trying to get in our world – we’ve called it through contrast and it’s doing its best to make its way in. (And it’s much closer than we realize!)

All we have to do to let it in is stop doing whatever we’ve been doing to block it. That’s all it takes to let money roll in.

Do you have any of these Anti-Money Habits?

1. Think/Speak It Away

We reinforce our present financial reality by noticing and talking about it. (And especially feeling frustrated, resentful or scared about it.) By giving attention to our present “reality,” we turn away all the other money that wants to be there. Because we’ve just declared it doesn’t exist here. Money can’t be magical with us when we’re not giving it room to play!

2. Worry It Away

Often we look into our future and anticipate bleak finances. By entertaining negative fantasies about our financial doom and gloom, we keep money locked out of our present experience. This is especially true for those of us who are good at knowing what could go wrong, which is a powerful anti-money habit.

3. Neglect It Away

Some of us take for granted the financial abundance we already have. (And if you think you don’t have any, you’re definitely doing this.) We are swimming in abundance of all kind – including financial abundance. Until we have eyes for it, it’ll continue to be invisible to us.

4. Disallow It via Unworthiness

If we don’t feel worthy of financial well-being, it can’t be part of our experience. Those who engage this anti-money habit find themselves working really hard for money, trying to prove their worth through struggle and effort. Unworthiness is a huge anti-money habit worth remedying.

5. ‘Stranger Danger’ It Away

Many of us aren’t comfortable with things or experiences that are foreign to us. When that’s the case with money, we unknowingly block money from our existence by being unfamiliar with it. Do you know how to be rich? It’s an idea worth getting used to so you are a better energetic match to the money you want.

6. Depend It Away

When we make money responsible for our emotional or physical well being, we give it an impossible job which keeps us from true wealth alignment. Money can’t make us happy – that’s our job. When we learn how to feel now how we would feel then, we open the door to financial abundance.

7. Manage It Away

Those who treat money like a scarce resource may not realize we’re pushing money out of our world by believing in its limitedness. That’s a very common anti-money habit, and one worth reversing in order to allow effortless cash flow into your life.

The bottom line is that anything we know or entertain about money not being here is what keeps more money from flowing in.

When we recognize how we might be doing that – and then drop that habit – money resumes its rightful place in our wallets, saving accounts and piggy banks.

If you’d like more support spotting and dropping your anti-money habits, tune into the Moneyfesting series at GVU.

  • September 14, 2013
  • Myself included, Jamie! Many times I write these posts for myself as reminders.
    Thanks for reading, and for commenting. 🙂

  • Jamie says:

    Jeanette, this is such a terrific post. Often times people don’t realize they are having these blocks.

  • Glad you found it helpful, Beth. I appreciate your popping over to say so!

  • Beth says:

    Naturally, this came at the perfect time for me, and I’ll I can say is WOW! This is such a great post! I am going to have so much fun checking these off as I make sure I’m lining up. I’ve read so much LOA material about money through the years and this post really sums everything up so well, plus has things I never thought of. Thanks Jeannette!

  • Thanks for that forum link, Nancy.
    And Deborah, thanks for reading!

  • Deborah says:

    WOW! Thanks so much Jeannette.

  • This was another great GVU Call, Jeannette ~ they just keep getting better and better! 😀
    The high-vibing GVU members have been actively participating in a series of simple daily tasks to positively reframe money, and sharing AHAs as well as positive money stories over at the GVU Money Forum.
    Many blessings,

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