This Business Expert Swears the Law of Attraction Can Bring You More Money
There’s a lot of advice out there about personal finances and money—everything from how you should earn it and save it, to how to spend it. But if you pore over every monetary guide that appears online and still find yourself in a negative relationship with your bank balance, there could be one simple thing you need to change to get out of the red.
Erin Henry, a business and digital influence coach, believes the law of attraction (the idea that by focusing negatively or positively on something can impact the reality of that certain thing in your life) also applies to your finances.
In her YouTube video on the subject, Henry discusses how taking the time to focus on how money can impact the lifestyle you want could give you more wealth over time. But instead of just thinking about adding more zeros to the end of your bank statement, Henry encourages you to go deeper and to, "think about money and about all the opportunities it can bring."
Keep scrolling for Henry’s three-step guide to manifesting money for yourself.
#1: ENSURE YOU HAVE A POSITIVE STORY ABOUT YOUR FINANCES
Henry recommends asking yourself what your money story is, and how you view your finances. Do you think wealth makes people pretentious? Are you scared you will never have enough? Or have you seen loved ones use it poorly? Henry advises to write all these thoughts down, then try to remember the earliest memories of money you have in order to eliminate any negative views towards it. Henry believes that a pessimistic outlook could serve as a barrier for ushering in a more open cash flow.
#2: Write down affirmations
Once you figure out what your money story is (and whether you need to change it), Henry encourages writing down daily affirmations to think and meditate on. Simple mantras like: "I like money, and the opportunity it presents to an easier way of life", or "I am worthy of having a good income." Henry explains, "If money feels like you don't like it, or that you don't want it around, it won't want to be around you."
#3: Monitor the language you use when spending
Henry's final point uses the personal example of where she would describe herself as a "tight-ass" every time she decided to spend or not spend. This then became the dialogue she continued to use, making it hard for her to feel good about what she bought. Henry believes to create a more positive relationship between yourself and your money, suggesting every time you pay for something, you should repeat the mantra, "There’s plenty more where that came from."
Watch full video below.