So I tried watching The Secret video. Very interesting, the laws of attraction. I have to keep remembering to put out the positive instead of the negative. This whole time I've been saying I'm underneath a mountain slowly chipping away only $20,000 more to pay. I've turned it into this: I have an abundant supply of wealth and am paying off everything! There are so many points to remember I got a little overwhelmed. I remembered this-they said try starting small-attract a cup of coffee. Think of the cup of coffe and it will be there. I thought of the most scrumptious capaccino with frothy foam all day and all night. The next day the restaurant next door to my work got a $3000 espresso machine and I was their very first customer. In all the years I've worked next door they never sold coffee. I also remembered to think of the perfect parking place. It happend three times! Right in front of wherever I needed to go there it was a parking place! I am going to move on to bigger things now that I am open to this ! How exciting! Has anyone else gotten specific results?
Archive for February, 2007
I have not read the book 'The Secret', but more or less believe in the idea of laws of attraction, which perhaps can extend to money. More than just money but abundance. I am picking a 'number' to try and make monthly. I am putting this out there. I have the right to abundance in everything in my life including health, and happiness. Abundance attracts abundance....I'm giving it a try starting now.....
As of 1/1/07 I have officially saved $153.76 in my Ing savings account. $28.76 of that was interest/bonus earnings from Ing.
Life is good.
Buying the car: $3000
4 new tires: $565.00
New transmition: $3000
(166,000) Tune up + all filters changed etc., etc., and two window motor replacements: $1400
Exhaust manifold + boots replaced $700
4 day Enterprise rent a car $187
Biodiesel: $115 (full tank + two carboys of 5 gallons each)
Total gas: $170
I think I am one of those people in denial. I had to put $1500 for dental work on a credit card. I am saying to myself "That doesn't count" because dental work is not like going on a shopping spree. Since it is on a creidt card though I guess I will throw it in there with the wracked up total amount. We'll see what it is when I do the count this month.....BTW Capitol One offers a dental credit card where if you use it specifically for dental you can get a 1.9% rate.
I realize every day there are so many little freebies that it is impossible to add them up. Thanks to the universe for providing. I bet if I did add them up they would be the exact amount I had to pay for a new transmission, which I had to do yesterday. So I figure me and the universe are now even for awhile.