Transcend 3 Most Common Money Mistakes

Most Common Money Manifesting MistakesIn coaching hundreds of fellow creators on the art of manifesting money, I’ve noticed three ways many of us unwittingly repel money instead of attract it.

Correcting for even just one of these financial vibe-kinkers can make a big difference in your personal prosperity.

Here are three of our most common money manifesting mistakes and how to transcend them:

1. Not appreciating our current money.

When we want (or believe we need) more money, it’s easy to resent the money we do have, however little it may be, when it’s not what we want it to be.

But we don’t get more money by being upset with or worried about the mini-money that presently populates our bank accounts and wallets.

Instead, show some appreciation for however money is showing up in your world. It’s a powerful vibe-shifter that leads to more moolah making its way to you.

(This is an important tip for me as I realize I’ve been resentful about making the same six figures year after year, rather than delighted with it. Can you feel that vibrational difference? Being mad about money just attracts more reasons to be mad about money.)

2. Making money responsible for our feeling state.

When we rely on or wait for the arrival of more money before we feel better, we’ve rendered ourselves impotent for manifesting financial abundance. As long as your feelings are dependent on current reality, you’re handicapped in creating a different one.

However you think you’ll feel when you have more money, take the manifesting reins in your hands and find ways to start feeling that way now. Whether it’s secure, relieved, free, delighted or whatever else – feel now how you would feel then and sooner or later you’ll notice money making a beeline to your bank account.

(For example, I wanted a higher income in order to feel more accomplished and successful. Guess what? Money can’t do that for me. That’s on me to feel those feelings.

And when I do, money can’t help but join that party.)

3. Giving bad money instructions.

This particular money mistake encompasses a wide variety of contrary signals we send on the subject of money.

It includes thinking there isn’t enough, that it isn’t easy, it’s hard to come by, easy to lose, is a big hairy deal, isn’t fair, etc. etc.

Any time you engage a thought or feeling that’s contrary to what you want, Universe is obligated to make it so. Listen to what you think and say about money and upgrade your instructions where appropriate.

Getting straight with these most common mistakes will transform your financial experience. For additional resources, peruse these posts and thanks for sharing your tips in the comments!

  • February 20, 2015
  • Natalie says:

    This reminds me of Wayne Dyer’s early attitude towards money where he’d feel genuinely glad whenever he found a penny on the ground and thank the Universe for this symbol of abundance.
    I’m still actively discovering what processes work for me. It’s easier to get discontenty and weird in this area of my life, than all others, combined. So, I deeply appreciate this post, and your beautiful heart (just read the Merlin post, so wonderful)
    I had a recent experience of learning what letting something go means when my passport got flagged at the last minute and so my daughter ended up flying to Belize to be part of the Travel by Yes team opening a play focused eco resort there. And I didn’t. And she had never been apart from me. And she was asking me what she should do, and my mind threw up a thousand super valid sounding reasons to try to keep her with me forever, but I got quiet (and by quiet I mean I biked really hard up steep mountains with ear shattering dub and trap music) until all I could hear was what was light and bright and unscared and in love with grace and inspired action and the trust that when I take inspired action I am in sync with All That Is.
    And so I let her go, and had Three Days at the Wailing Wall, and now, when I get calls from her telling me how SHE was the one who helped elevate the crew by playing games at immigration so that the magic happened and they all flew through, even the one with an out of date passport, or when SHE manifested the deep drop with a mystical artist who saw her drawings and gave her the advice her soul has been waiting to hear, I more deeply understand that the urge to “let go” is an urge to shift to echo location, and that the “let it go” urge is asking me and my sexy, super wanting to make every decision Mind, to shift to the soul urge mode.
    And later, the mind gets to understand why. But it can’t in the beginning of the urge, cuz, where the let it go urge is taking me, I’ve never been. The letting go is a spring release into the new, for me, and later, my mind can organize and remember, and, more deeply trust those soul honey urges.
    mmm, thanks for inspiration to more deeply sift through this experience and savor the yummo bits even deeper!
    big love

  • Sandeep says:

    That’s Absolute Truth!
    Jeannette, good to realize some of these known mistakes.
    Henceforth, I appreciate my current money, confess that money is growing with my present affluent state, and share good money directions.
    Love and sincere regards

  • Kate says:

    Please also add in another really important step for financial wealth – taking the right action steps.
    We forget to get into right action… not only is right action FUN and rewarding, it DOES lead to financial prosperity.
    I know this to be true, cuz I’m doing it right now and it feels so good to be in RIGHT ACTION.
    Make it happen – through thought, word and deed.

  • Jeannette says:

    I love this “playful” vibe that’s being woven into money by you guys.
    That feels fun!
    Thanks for all the inspirations you’re sharing. 🙂

  • Alora says:

    Totally forgot about kissing the money. What an easy and fun way to up the vibe. Thank you!

  • Tammy says:

    Jeannette, thank you for this post! I love it! Since money is Energy, I think Sophie has the right idea. I’m going to start rubbing money all over me when I receive it and see what happens! Thanks, Sophie!

  • Great reminders for everyone, Jeannette! 😉
    Oooooooh, Deanna:

    I feel an enormous sense of ease and prosperity as and appreciation for those dollars that came to play with me and help me pay the cell phone bill, the cable (and internet) bill, the car insurance, the life insurance… all of the payments that are due each month

    This makes me want to create a Money Play Journal – tracking all the ways I love playing with money in addition to paying the bills.
    Many blessings,

  • Jeannette says:

    Glad to be of service, Alexandra. Sounds like we have much in common. lol

  • Alexandra says:

    Number 1, 2 and 3 – all for me 🙂 Thanks for the reminder, Jeannette!

  • Jeannette says:

    Okay, you guys are making me really want to see a video compilation of your happy dances!!

  • Deanna Morris Rogowski says:

    I love the idea of “kissing the check” as I send money out circulating into the world to pay my bills – I pay just about everything online – and usually all in one day – and when I do this – I feel an enormous sense of ease and prosperity as and appreciation for those dollars that came to play with me and help me pay the cell phone bill, the cable (and internet) bill, the car insurance, the life insurance… all of the payments that are due each month – I dance around and think happy relieved and grateful thoughts while I pay those bills…

  • Jeannette says:

    That’s a fun way to keep the appreciation in place, Christina. I’m having fun imagining your happy dance.
    Thanks for sharing that with us!

  • Christina says:

    To celebrate money coming to me, every time we sell something on ebay or I get money in paypal, hubby and I clap and do a happy dance. It’s silly but it feels good.

  • Jeannette says:

    Sophie, I’d love to read your post on “3 ways to love money that you never thought of before.” lol

  • Sophie says:

    Do you know what I do when I receive money? I rub it all over me! LOL

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