Reply To: wealth attraction using PSTEC
Thanks for posting.
The fact you have had wealth already in your life is a useful resource. You know you can do it, so you could absolutely build up this expectation.
While some people will be lucky and win the Lottery, scoop a windfall or have a big legacy cheque land on their doorstep, most people will not. Therefore, it would be useful to define what wealth is for you.
It might prove useful to really clarify what you would consider “better financial circumstances.” Would double your income be enough? Triple?
Be as clear as you can on that and then write out what you would do with the extra income. In what ways would you use or invest the extra money? What would it allow you to do?
Then, even before doing any PN or PP work, I would suggest working with the Click Tracks to remove any negative feelings you have about yourself. This is important, as it will allow you to pack even more focused power into the suggestions.
Around the realm of money, imagine not having any money and CT whichever emotions come up. Rate the feelings emotions on a scale of 0-10 and then keep going until the number is very low.
You could also do this when you think of the scenarios where you “frittered the money away”; when you imagine those scenarios, do any feelings of sadness or regret come up? If they do, CT them.
Is there anything you are imagining in the future that is troubling you? Negative expectations can get in your way and are certainly worth clearing.
Neutralising these feelings will be tremendously freeing.
For PN, you would need to identify the pattern. Aside from the “once in a million” scenarios cited earlier, generating extra income is often habit/behaviour-based: spending less than you earn, saving, investing etc. There is no ONE way, but certain habits tend to help.
Without knowing all of your personal history, it would not be possible to suggest statements that are guaranteed to work for you. Just from reading your post, however, it seems feasible that you might hold the following belief:
“(It is my belief that) I will never be wealthy.”
Say that out loud and check whether it seems/feels true.
If so, then use PN on that, remembering the counterexamples.
Do you have any negative beliefs about money or people who have a lof of money? If so, you can run these through PN.
For PP, you can use this to programme in habits and positive suggestion. What do you intend to do to acquire better financial circumstances?
Again, this is a bit difficult to suggest statements that would be meaningful for you – as I do not know your current circumstances, or how you wish to improve your circumstances. Would you be running a business or working for someone?
If you are clear on that, you could programme in:
“From today, I will start saving X% every month.”
“From now on, I will look for opportunities to generate extra money.”
“I can be just as wealthy as I need to be.”
“I use my money wisely.”
Of course, re-word these to make them more meaningful for you – and, when running PP, ensure you are running suggestions that are compelling for you.
Please let us know how you get on.
Paul McCabe – PSTEC Master Practitioner
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