31 Secrets Of Prosperity By Randy Gage - Secret #7, #8 & #9
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Secret #7 - Prosperity operates on the vacuum principle

Nature abhors a vacuum and will always fill it with good. The universe cannot place something in your hand, if it is clenched around something else. The best way to attract something positive is to release something negative, and create a vacuum for good.

If you want some new clothes, it’s best to clean out your closet first and donate some old clothes to the homeless shelter.

If you are looking for your soul mate, you must first let go of any abusive other relationship you are in. When you are not attracting all the prosperity you are seeking in your life, ask yourself what you are holding on to that you should be releasing.

Secret #8 - Poor people obsess about money the most

There is a lot of talk among the middle and lower class about how fixated rich people are about money. Many of them believe that the rich only think about money. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, poor people think about money a whole lot more than rich people do. This is a case of what psychologists call “projecting.” Meaning that people project their own fears, prejudices and motives on others.

By their very nature, poor people think about money all the time. I remember when I was broke, it was about all I could think about. If the phone rang, I wondered if it was a bill collector. When I drove somewhere, I worried whether my car would break down and I wouldn’t be able to afford fixing it. I noticed people with nice cars and clothes and I was jealous of them. I wondered what they did to deserve what they had.

I was always juggling bills, making payment arrangements and wondering how I would pay the next round. I was fixated with money, because everything bad that was happening to me seemed to be a result of not having enough money. Now that I have money, I very seldom think about it. Money is one of the lubricants that enhance life and magnify the experiences you have. VOnce you “get the money thing out of the way,” it allows you to experience the benefits without the anxiety.

Secret #9 - You may ask for what you think you want but you will get what you really want

When I pray for others, and myself, rather than ask for specific things, I always ask for the highest good. If you seek something specific, better to ask for it “or something better.” As a child, I thought I loved shrimp. Once I grew up, I figured out that I like shrimp, but what I really love is cocktail sauce. Many times we let past events, emotional baggage and other things cloud our judgment.

We think we want one thing, but often what we really want is something different. This can be good or bad. For the first 30 years of my life, I thought I wanted to be a millionaire. In reality, what I really wanted was to be a victim and get sympathy.


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