If You’re Reading This, You Are Rich
From a book on money magic (Jason Miller’s Financial Sorcery), in a chapter titled “Perspective,” the author writes:
“The truth is that on a global scale, almost everyone reading this book is rich.”
The author went on to argue that if you make more than $25k a year, you are in the global top 10% of money earners. And that even the poorest people in America or Western Europe have access to amenities that the poor in most of the world do not.
(We discussed this on GVU’s June book club; members can find the recording here.)
I agree completely that we are rich, but perhaps for different reasons than what our income levels indicate.
In fact, if you don’t already see how you, too, are rich (and especially if you aspire to more), it would behoove you to start seeing the wealth you already lay claim to in life.
Law of attraction dictates that if we don’t feel rich first, no amount of money poured on us is likely to change that. At least not long term.
That’s why it’s worth acknowledging the abundance already present in our lives.
No matter what your circumstances are, I believe we each have evidence of immense wealth.
We don’t need imagination or vision boards to “see” it; we don’t need a certain bank account balance to feel it.
It’s already here.
And if you can’t see it easily, I suspect it’s not because it doesn’t exist for you. But rather because you’ve trained yourself not to see it.
We get whatever we look for, so if you’ve got a habit of seeing lack instead of abundance, that’s a reflection of your focus, not your circumstances.
Because (as Abraham said recently) every moment contains all things. We each choose what we activate and thus carry forward to the next moment based on how we focus.
So if you’re not already good at seeing your treasures, financial and otherwise, I suggest you practice.
Begin a personal treasure hunt by looking for evidence of your financial wealth, and you will discover it.
Ask yourself, “What about my life would give someone the impression that I’m loaded?” and you’ll begin to see your life in a newly abundant light.
You will also find that the better you get at seeing how you’re rich, the more you become so.
Funny how that LOA stuff works. 🙂