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TallJames
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 Posted: Fri Apr 9th, 2010 04:35 am
.Resonance wrote:
Hmmm.... Well, here's 2.4 million down...

Now you're thinking like a go-zillionaire!

I like it!!!

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 Posted: Fri Apr 9th, 2010 06:06 am
Wow!

We are now at well over 25 people who have requested the spreadsheet.

It's only been a few days and we are already starting to see great financial manifestations. 

I'm not even playing this time but just paying attention to all the chatter is starting to produce positive manifestation for me too. AMAZING.  I didn't expect that to happen.

I getting really kind of excited to see what happens next.


If you didn't see my update in my original post, I am happy to send anyone who wants it a copy of the spreadsheet I use when I play this game. Just shoot me a PM with a request and I will send you the link.

What great fun this all is!

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 Posted: Fri Apr 9th, 2010 01:31 pm
So here's a little update on how things are going for me since my last post:

I'm on day #5 and about to spend  $100,000 today. And nothing earth shattering has taken place yet as far as a giant sum of money coming in real life form.

But here's one thing which HAS changed. In order to spend my $60,000 a couple of days ago, I have done some web searching and found an absolutely picture perfect place for me to live in Chicago: It's literally right next to Lincoln Park(and lake Michigan), and a 44 story contemporary looking building instead of the old fashioned brick building with all kinds of amenities...and it seems like pretty much everything(the park, restaurants, shops, etc) are all within walking distance.

A two bedroom unit with a view costs $2,400 a month, so I have decided to sign a 12-month lease and pay a years worth of rent upfront(Which covers about $30,000). I even emailed the property manager to inform him about my interest for moving in around August or so.

And as I went to sleep that night, I started to realize that this game can be very dangerous in the sense that, "I literally felt like I'm moving into that place for real and could not tell  the difference between my imagination and real life." I heart was pounding like a five year old on Christmas morning!

It's now gotten to the point(as I type this) where I feel like everything is already written in stone and cannot imagine anything other than me moving into that particular place.

Now how it's going to happen as far as manifesting the income remains to be unseen. But as far as I'm concerned, I'm so certain about me moving to Chicago and into that amazing apartment and ABSOLUTELY thrilled about it...and it'll be interesting to see how things will play out.

The point that I'm trying to make is that, playing this game really reignited my dream and perhaps this was the "turning point" that I was searching for in my journey.

It has also shifted the way I feel about money and once again, "I really look forward to seeing how all this will play out", which is a powerful affirmation in itself.

Love,

Satoshi





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Cougsatoshi
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 Posted: Fri Apr 9th, 2010 01:55 pm
Regarding my thoughts about, "how no real money has yet to show up in real life form", here's an inspirational quoted from, "The Astonishing Power of Emotions: Example #12 ~ I have so little money, with no end in sight~ Page 122:"

Now, nothing has changed today in the amount of money that you have in your possession, but wonderful things have changed vibrationally in the last few minutes. We want you to understand that the difference in the way you felt and the way you now feel is the difference between no money and millions.

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 Posted: Fri Apr 9th, 2010 02:26 pm
I remember that place! I lived in Clark St (or right next to it) my entire time in Chicago, and often wandered down to downtown on a long walk. I passed that building all the time :D

You lucky duck - have a ton of fun out there. It's a beautiful city. Make sure to try the pizza - it's outta this world. Also, Pockets is a great restaurant too. Yum yum!

Cougsatoshi wrote:
So here's a little update on how things are going for me since my last post:

I'm on day #5 and about to spend  $100,000 today. And nothing earth shattering has taken place yet as far as a giant sum of money coming in real life form.

But here's one thing which HAS changed. In order to spend my $60,000 a couple of days ago, I have done some web searching and found an absolutely picture perfect place for me to live in Chicago: It's literally right next to Lincoln Park(and lake Michigan), and a 44 story contemporary looking building instead of the old fashioned brick building with all kinds of amenities...and it seems like pretty much everything(the park, restaurants, shops, etc) are all within walking distance.

A two bedroom unit with a view costs $2,400 a month, so I have decided to sign a 12-month lease and pay a years worth of rent upfront(Which covers about $30,000). I even emailed the property manager to inform him about my interest for moving in around August or so.

And as I went to sleep that night, I started to realize that this game can be very dangerous in the sense that, "I literally felt like I'm moving into that place for real and could not tell  the difference between my imagination and real life." I heart was pounding like a five year old on Christmas morning!

It's now gotten to the point(as I type this) where I feel like everything is already written in stone and cannot imagine anything other than me moving into that particular place.

Now how it's going to happen as far as manifesting the income remains to be unseen. But as far as I'm concerned, I'm so certain about me moving to Chicago and into that amazing apartment and ABSOLUTELY thrilled about it...and it'll be interesting to see how things will play out.

The point that I'm trying to make is that, playing this game really reignited my dream and perhaps this was the "turning point" that I was searching for in my journey.

It has also shifted the way I feel about money and once again, "I really look forward to seeing how all this will play out", which is a powerful affirmation in itself.

Love,

Satoshi





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Cougsatoshi
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 Posted: Fri Apr 9th, 2010 03:37 pm
Oh my GOD....

Just had another amazing money spending experience!

I went ahead and donated $20,000 each to individuals(and an organization) whom has really helped me in a tremendous way during the last three years.

Here's the breakdown of who and where the money went to:

1. Luke Sams, a former co-worker  who seems to always be having some extreme "step 1 moment" in regards to money and paying bills(to the point where he was a season ticket holder over at Money Tree or Payday Loans).

2. Angela Bell, another former co-worker who is a single mother who also frequently visits Money Tree( or Pay Day Loans).

3. Monica Wilson, spiritual teacher/Psychic and a single mother in Seattle who has been a mentor figure of mine. She had a near croaking experience back in October and has been struggling to keep up with her mounting bills. Not really sure whether she visits Pay Day Loans(Or Money Tree) though.

4. Chiyo Morisita - A wonderful women who did an outstanding job setting up my last workshops. Wish the workshops would have grossed more revenue so that she could have been paid more but hey....Her wait has resulted in a $20,000 check.

5. And last but not least...the Abraham forum also receives a $20,000 donation!

I close my eyes and vividly imagined the scene when I am personally handing those checks to each individual including their reactions. And boy, what a DELIGHT it was.

I'm going to bask the warm and fuzzy feeling that giving away $100,000.00 brings as I drift to sleep tonight. 

Love,

Satoshi

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 Posted: Fri Apr 9th, 2010 03:42 pm
Hi Chris,

::wowThat's so awesome that you use to live down the street from there! It's also encouraging to hear that downtown is within walking distance(and I don't mind long walks at all).

I had a chance to look at your website and there's a strong chance that I might be looking into your services(for marketing my service). I have a business where I offer angel readings via email and it would be awesome to be able to attract a steady stream of clients on a regular basis....so much to the point it will pay for my $2,400 rent. ::LOL Well anything is possible I suppose.

Cheers,

Satosh
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 Posted: Fri Apr 9th, 2010 03:44 pm
I might actually be interested in trading services :)

I'm about to hop into the shower, but afterwards I'll shoot you a PM!

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 Posted: Fri Apr 9th, 2010 03:59 pm
ChrisR wrote: I might actually be interested in trading services :)

I'm about to hop into the shower, but afterwards I'll shoot you a PM!


Sounds good dude! I'll probably respond tomorrow(it is 11pm on Friday night here) once I'm in the vortex(assuming that something happens and I have to leave).


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 Posted: Fri Apr 9th, 2010 10:14 pm
Haa ha ha!!! I just spent $227,256! Yesss!

I decided to pay for tuition for two of my nephews' private schooling, plus lessons for any hobby they want (music, language, sport, etc), plus private lessons and concerts for my DH, plus a down payment and housewarming gift for a couple of neighbors who are selling their home.

But then... it got really good. I decided to buy my little sister a good computer. I am such a Mac snob and she always has a crappy one that's dying on her. And come to think of it, so do most of the rest of my family. Why not get them all Mac laptops? My nephews could really use their own computers to compliment their school tuition, right? Well, I have a big family.

So, I bought everyone a Mac, tailoring the size to their personality and getting one for anyone I thought would want their own, so sometimes there are 3-4 in one household. And then I bought wifi routers and MobileMe and wireless photo printer for each household, and lots of creative, artsy software for each computer (i figure if they are going to have a computer to play with, might as well make it FUN FUN FUN to play with), plus Apple care and one-on-one Apple support for each, neoprene cases & this amazing screen cleaner that is really indispensable if you have a pretty Mac like mine.

Guess what? I spent $135,256 on 27 computers and 11 household wifi setups. I LOVE this game!!!

And I know they will all LOVE their computers! What a rush!
::LOL

Radiant Rebecca

  

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 Posted: Fri Apr 9th, 2010 10:38 pm
Cougsatoshi wrote: I found an absolutely picture perfect place for me to live in Chicago: It's literally right next to Lincoln Park(and lake Michigan), and a 44 story contemporary looking building instead of the old fashioned brick building with all kinds of amenities...and it seems like pretty much everything(the park, restaurants, shops, etc) are all within walking distance.


One thing that works really well for me to focus when I'm manifesting a new place is to ask the landlord to email you more pics of the it (especially the interior) --unless the listing already has all  of this of course-- and then I would spend time shopping for furnishings, paint, carpet, contracting services, artwork, etc for decorating it exactly to your taste .   Literally no detail is too small.   Like I said it's a great way to focus on this desire...and besides, you have a ton of money just lying around, yes?  :exactly::beautiful:


Much love,
~Amber  :kiss:

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 Posted: Fri Apr 9th, 2010 10:41 pm
LaughingWolf/CourageousSun wrote:
So, I bought everyone a Mac, tailoring the size to their personality, And then I bought wifi routers and MobileMe and wireless photo printer for each, and lots of creative, artsy software for each computer (i figure if they are going to have a computer to play with, might as well make it FUN FUN FUN to play with), plus Apple care and one-on-one Apple support for each, neoprene cases & this amazing screen cleaner that is really indispensable if you have a pretty Mac like mine.


Ooooo... Guess who's going Mac shopping now?  ::tramp   ::bow


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 Posted: Fri Apr 9th, 2010 11:34 pm
Thank you for all of the kind words everyone! I'm looking forward to hearing more manifestation stories from ALL of you!!

I'm having so much fun playing this game  - I love the shopping part of it. Looking at websites and finding exactly what I want and then writing down the figure and realizing, "that was ONLY $10,000? I still have $100,000 left to spend." And I know the numbers are only going to get bigger and bigger!

Thank you TallJames for amping up this prosperity game! I used to say that I hate to shop but that was only because I didn't think I had any money to do it with. Now, I'm a HUGE shopping fan. And don't even show me something on SALE - I've got money to burn baby!!!::LOL

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 Posted: Sat Apr 10th, 2010 02:23 am
I'm only at 64k and I'm already having trouble spending it...

But, I thought everyone would like to see the shower I just had installed today.

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 Posted: Sat Apr 10th, 2010 02:37 am
ChrisR wrote: I'm only at 64k and I'm already having trouble spending it...

But, I thought everyone would like to see the shower I just had installed today.


::LOL::LOL::LOL::LOL

Is that one of the Kohler ones with lights, sound, steam system, etc?  Those overhead rain tiles rock.  ::devil  I configured something REALLY similar while playing the standard prosperity game awhile back.  Their Sok tubs ROCK.  ::thumb  They have some AWESOME technology when it comes to tubs, showers, whirlpools and such too.   Good way to drop a few grand.  ::money


Much love,
~Amber  :kiss:

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 Posted: Sat Apr 10th, 2010 12:47 pm
I'm finding this money spending challenge really fun, allot more fun than i
at first anticipated. Today i received 3.200.000kr and spent it mostly on
1 boat and 2 cars.

Bought a really nice boat for myself, and for a suprice i bought a Jaguar XKR for
my mother and a Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Super Snake -07 for my little brother
since he is going to get his drivers license when he turns 18.

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 Posted: Sat Apr 10th, 2010 03:55 pm
What a great idea! I'm with you as far as wanting big things and I think  the doubling of the amount would be great. I am going to start playing this game tomorrow. I am out of the vortex right now worrying about my ipending foreclosure so I KNOW I need to get in line if I want things to work out. Thank you for this idea. ::TU

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 Posted: Sat Apr 10th, 2010 06:40 pm
WOOOO HOOO!  What fun!

I decided to go on a major spending spree this morning and spend my way into a day in which I didn't just spend it all quickly and automatically and immeditately.  Sooo, I'm on day 18!! 

Some highlights from my purchase so far:

3 local properties -- for my home, my retreat center, and my business office
a very large property in Italy (one I happen to already know!!)
House in Charleston
House on beach near Charleston
Apartment in NYC
2 BMW 610i convertibles -- one for here, one for Italy
college + grad school funds for son, niece, nephew
paid off ex's mortgages and bills
bought a nice house in Virginia for a former professor/friend of mine
fully outfitted cafeterias for organic cooking and staff for my son's schools
same for schools in town where I purchased my beach house
personal COO and full staffs for all my locations
best of the best on the Alaska cruise
ditto for Australia cruise -- for self, son, and babysitter (maybe my niece on one and my nephew on the other)
ozone swimming pool
deluxe tree house
2 racing sailboats (one for NY, one for SC)
2 medium motorboats
mega-yacht
deluxe private jet
MAJOR parties in NY, SC, and Italy -- to which you are all invited!!
$1m endowment for The Abe Forum


Such fun!  I still have nearly $79M to spend today...  thinking of starting to build up my art collection!!!!!!!!!!!  I do love the impressionists, and I now have LOTS of walls to fill!!  I think I'll aim for a Colombe d'Or vibe at my villa in Italy... time to add an ozone pool there!

Tomorrow:  $262M -- and I haven't even STARTED jewelry shopping!!  LOL!



::money



P.S. Spent my way through a few more days -- interesting to note that I can spend my way through over a BILLION dollars in an hour or so without breaking a sweat -- one billion for tomorrow.  : )  Now, I'm going to rest and mull a bit.  I think I'm going to switcheroo the game bit and spend a Billion a day for a while and then ramp up again...  we'll see!  FUN!!



::boatwave


P.P.S.  Off to my kitchen to cook up some lunch -- want to do something with my LEFTOVER CHAMPAGNE and CAVIAR from last night's party -- for real!  Feels like it fits right in with the game!! 


::LOL

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 Posted: Sat Apr 10th, 2010 06:50 pm
KatherineCHE wrote: WOOOO HOOO!  What fun!

I decided to go on a major spending spree...

I love it.

It sure is fun to exercise those spending muscles - don't ya think?

Don't you just love NOT being limited by cost?

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 Posted: Sun Apr 11th, 2010 04:55 am
I've still got $41k left today... and I have NO idea what to do with it.

I gave $20k each to my brother, sister, neice and soon to be born neice/nephew for college - and have tons left over. Hmm.... Maybe I'll just donate $41k to make it easy.


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