I just received two unexpected checks in the mail one for $25 and the other for $82.00 #Thank You #Grateful
not really had any major successes with visualizing,but automated affirmations worked the best for me
I know this works. I haven´t tried the mailbox check, but money in general. I had an insurance that I wanted to have money from, and people kept talking about how difficult it was to get money from that insurance. Everyone said; you´re not gonna get any from that insurance, even the insurancecompany themselves. But I did my work, visualized and affirmed really intencely, I SAW that I had the response from the insurancecompany that I wished, that they had approved of my application, and I SAW how i jumped around in the room shouting in total joy and happiness, and telling others about it. The inner picture was so vivid and strong, and I felt an incredible passion and vibration inside me. Nobody believed that I was going to get the money. But in less than a week, I got a confirmation that I was going to get the money anyway.
When I'm not expecting them. But have recently thought is would be nice if.....
One time I imagined receiving $5,000.00 just to see what would happen. I let go and didn't think about it afterwards and then one day I went to purchase a new/used car, so I went to a car lot and used the car I had as a trade-in.
I got a loan for the remainder of the price of the car of my choice and guess what- the loan was for $5,000! It didn't take me long to realize that I just manifested the money in a way I had not expected. In looking back, I needed to be more specific but I got what I needed vs something frivolous!
Yes. I repeat a mantra to myself every day. It goes like this: Every day I'm getting healthier, stronger, younger, better looking, richer, happier and more grateful. I've been doing this for a couple of months now. And my checking account has more money in it than it did when I started. Much of it is "found" money. For instance, this week I received an unexpected check in the mail for $221.00. I didn't even recognize the payer, but apparently I responded to a letter some time ago having to do with a class action suit filed against someone I'd never heard of. Apparently I was on their contact list. Another example: Two years ago I did some work for an old friend who has a very volatile personality. I was on a monthly $1000 retainer doing part-time work for him. In Oct. 2014 he got ticked off at me and stiffed me on the payment. I never bugged him for payment, as I considered the relationship kaput.
But, recently, after completing an online self-development course I was moved to contact him. By text message. I asked him if we could have a rational discussion about what happened two years ago. I pointed out that he'd stiffed me $1000. A few days later he sent me a check: not for $1,000, but for $2,000!
After doing some meditation, and having just finished an online self-help webinar, I texted him
I haven't but would like to also know how?