Thursday, 8 August 2013
Why It Matters How You Think of Your Money
God's Abundance by Charles Fillmore (1953)
You may already be aware of the principle that man's thoughts are what he makes of them, and that we become what we think about.
William James famously said his greatest discovery was the fact that "Human beings can alter their lives by altering their attitudes of mind." It's common knowledge a man is what he thinks about all day long, and whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve", and so on.
It stands to reason therefore, that this 'thinking' process applies equally to money. Our money. And since we seem to complain about money almost ceaselessly, I thought the following extract from Sacred Texts was worth keeping in mind (pun intended!):
..."Watch your thoughts when you are handling your money, because your money is attached through your mind to the one source of all substance and all money. When you think of your money, which is visible, as something directly attached to an invisible source that is giving or withholding according to your thought, you have the key to all riches and the reason for all lack"...
You can read the entire piece from Sacred-texts.com here