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Belana
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 Posted: Tue Feb 2nd, 2010 07:38 am
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To Qzi,

I don't know if I understand what you mean.  Do you mean to say that what happened to me can only happen to a few of us ? And if so, if that is because most of us can't get themselves to believe this kind of thing can happen to them ?

If that's what you're saying, I think that you are mistaking there, if you don't mind me saying.

I didn't believe inherriting this kind of money could happen to me.  But as my comfort zone concerning owning some money, some more money, some more, more money, was growing, so was the attraction.  So at a certain point, I was a match to lots of money, and therefor, it couldn't keep away from me (by law - LOA).  Because I didn't believe in inherriting, it found some other way to come to me.  There was no resistance in my mind about someone else inherriting money and giving their inherritance to me, so I got it that way (because of the lack of resistance).  I mean, who would think about getting money like that ?  If you don't think about that, you can't build any resistance toward it either, right ?

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 Posted: Tue Feb 2nd, 2010 07:45 am
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Belana wrote:
I think I'm really getting it now (before I only thought I did).  And I understand why we have to feel it first before it can actually happen.  What happens (the stuff that comes) is just the match to the feeling we've been having all along, and that's just why it doesn't feel differently to suddenly have all that money in your account.  The feeling was already there, I just didn't take notice of it.

Hope my rambling makes any sense ::chin


Belana

Belana...you make perfect sense ::hugging Thank you so much for sharing your story!!  I especially love the part I quoted because I have also noticed that when I actually receive what I have asked for I don't feel differently..and it is just as you said so perfectly..'The feeling was already there, I just didn't take notice of it.'

Much love,

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 Posted: Tue Feb 2nd, 2010 07:54 am
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Nearly forgot, I didn't even have to look for a buyer, it was the buyer who found me, not the other way around.  That's quite unusual in these parts. 

Normally you put a house on the market, you try to sell it yourself for some time, after a few months nothing is happening, you contact a real estate company, they usually promise you tons of money, you get excited, you sign the contract, again months go by, lots of people come and look at the house but they all find it too expensive, and so the ones that are really interested don't buy because it's too expensive and then, when all the good ones have come by and have gone again (and you missed out on great opportunities to sell the house), the real estate company tells you this is wrong with the house, and that's wrong with the house, and then they give you all sorts of reasons why this particular house can't be sold. 

You lose your trust and belief, you change real estate companies and you lower the price.  Usually the next company tells you that the price the other company gave you is ridiculously high and they start bringing in other people, and more people,...

And before you know it a year goes by without having sold your house and in the end you are glad you got rid of it, and you even don't really care about whether you got a good price for it or not, you just want the whole thing to stop, and so you practically at some point sell to the first one that comes along and at any price he's prepared to offer. 

This kind of story I've heard many times, from lots of people, so you can imagine that MY buyer just showed up at my doorstep and he gave MORE for the house than it was actually worth (market value).  He just really, really wanted it, and that was that.

I didn't have to put it on the market, didn't have to pay for any adds, didn't even have to pay a commission to a real estate company, and didn't even have to invest time to run to the house with this person and that person for an entire year.

The selling in itself couldn't have happened any smoother ::cool

:kiss:

Belana

P.S.: boy, this forum is absolutely GREAT, here you can tell people what happens to you, tell it like it is, and they all are happy for you instead of jeallous ::huggingAs a result, you get more happy yourself, you tell them about it, and they get happier, and so the ball is rolling and keeps on rolling, and everybody's comfort zone expands...

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 Posted: Tue Feb 2nd, 2010 04:05 pm
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::TU::TU::TU

::lovenote::lovenote::lovenote

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 Posted: Tue Feb 2nd, 2010 05:44 pm
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You're welcome, welcome, welcome ::LOL

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Belana

(This has to be the shortest post I've ever written) ::LOL

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 Posted: Tue Feb 2nd, 2010 06:20 pm
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::LOL::LOL::LOL

I saw that you posted and I was looking forward to another juicy one :kiss:

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 Posted: Tue Feb 2nd, 2010 10:58 pm
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I am so happy to see you here again Belana and under such brilliant circumstances!

Such a wonderful example of deliberate creation.

I have thought about you from time to time but last week you must have run through my mind about 20 times and here you are!!

I read this thread yesterday whilst at work (so not logged on) and have milked this lovely story ever since. It was such a great read I have just read it again.

Much, much love and appreciation for coming here and sharing and uplifting.

Joanne x
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 Posted: Wed Feb 3rd, 2010 07:19 am
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wakati wrote: ::LOL::LOL::LOL

I saw that you posted and I was looking forward to another juicy one :kiss:


Ha ! I've got you now ... ::LOL ::LOL  ::LOL

I'm still choosing my focus point for the day every morning, and today I'm choosing to look for things to do that are FUN.  One way of finding fun stuff to do is re-reading my diary of the last 6 months (the time I've been away from the forum) and while doing that, I promise to bring you some more "juicy stuff".

Cross my heart, hope to croak ::LOL

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 Posted: Wed Feb 3rd, 2010 07:29 am
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shiningsalsa wrote: ... but last week you must have run through my mind about 20 times and here you are!!


 

I can explain that one Joanne, during the days before I actually first posted again, I was thinking I should go and tell "the guys" what's been happening, but I was running around with so much to do that I didn't immediately grasped the chance to come here. 

After all, I know beforehand that if I post, it will hardly be done in a split second, ... wonder why that is ::chin ... maybe it's got something to do with the length of my posts. ::LOL

So I must have thought about you guys at least 20 times in the week before also, and because you are attatched to the same source as I am, you have felt I was planning on coming here. ::cool

Well, I'll browse the forum a bit now, and then dive into my diary inbetween tasks, I'm also planning to make a stock market plan today (YAY, that'll be fun) ::singer and I'll stop by here from now and then, and write you guys a couple of books. ::LOL

Well, writing the books is my pie, those who don't like reading books, are absolutely free to read only short posts I guess. ::LOL

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 Posted: Wed Feb 3rd, 2010 10:07 am
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A strange thing just happened...

I planned to look up my personal evolution over the last six months, and last October it seems I was having a hard time feeling good about opening invoices.  And I found an entry that I think some of you might benefit from.

So I wanted to come and share this with you guys, but then my diary accidentally closed and I couldn't find that post anymore, so I dugged and dugged deeper, only to find I had written it not this last October, but in October 2008, so my guess is that SOMEONE on this forum must be in desperate need of this, or I wouldn't have been reeding a year earlier than I had planned ::LOL

***

Here goes:

I'm feeling uncomfortable every time I open an invoice.

- They do not deserve me paying for this, because this hasn't brought me any good results.

- They do deserve this, because they did their part of the work, so they kept their promise to me, so in turn I have to keep my promise to them, namely to pay their invoice.

- The money I'm paying them is going to be used to pay their suppliers, like the people who deliver the material that's been used, the electricity company, the machinery and computer suppliers, the phone company, and all their personnel.

- All those companies together have a lot of people working for them and a number of those people are customers at again other companies, who again have people working for them that get paid and who are using part of their salary to bring us more business.  So part of the money I'm paying them today, is coming back to me through other people.

- I'm helping the economy by paying for this invoice

- When I feel bad when opening an invoice, that's a sign that my IB doesn't agree with me on the thoughts I'm thinking that are giving me the bad feelings.  My IB knows those people deserve to be paid for the work they did.

- My IB also knows that in order for me to get more money flowing in fluently, I have to feel comfortable with money flowing OUT fluently.

(also added was: "the uncomfortable feelings have now been replaced with very neutral-feeling-feelings and thoughts" and apparently after that writing exercise I was able to pay the invoice with a neutral feeling instead of a feeling of resistance)

This was written Oct.2008, and right now, reading this back, I can hardly believe it was ME who had written this.  I'm not even able to recall the negative feelings I used to get from opening invoices.  Not that I'm trying to ... ::LOL

So, there !

I hope that whoever I've written this for, gains something from it ::hugging

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Belana

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 Posted: Wed Feb 3rd, 2010 10:44 am
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I love your story and your updates Belana! Bring on the novels, you freedom seeking bugger you!

Radiant Rebecca

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 Posted: Wed Feb 3rd, 2010 04:40 pm
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Hi Rebecca,

Nice to see you again too ::hugging

***

Have I told you guys about my money-rain-meditation ?

Sit quietly and relax, take a few deep breaths, do whatever you normally do when you start a meditation.

Then imagine yourself sitting in an empty room and you're just enjoying the quietness and the warm temperature and the bright color of the room and then you feel something falling down on your head, like a feather touching your hair, it falls to the ground and you see it's a dollar/euro bill (or whatever currency you normally use).  And you see more and more bills start to fall down, just like the start of the snow in winter.  And they fall all around you, and you start playing with them, and then you collect them, and put them in shoe boxes, and then you build piles of shoe boxes, all filled with money, large bills and small ones, and they start falling faster and faster and they are piling up, they are becoming mountains of money, and you can do whatever you can do with that money,... (go on as wanted)

***

I've done this meditation often and I'll go with whatever fantasy comes to mind.  Sometimes I'm there all by myself, but other times I have a whole staff with me, and we sit on the floor in a circle and we all have shoe boxes which we are filling and piling, and sometimes we even put stacks of money in envelopes and we put address labels on each of them and then we take them all to the post office and we send them to everyone in the country and the next day the guy that reads the news reports about something very strange that's been happening that day.  He says that all over the country, every citizen has received an envelope with money, together with a note that said to have fun with that money and share a smile to everybody they see the next day, and the next, and if they keep it up for 30 days, their life will transform.

It feels sooooooooo good, I can't even begin to tell you, and it works wonders to expand your feel of money.

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Belana

 

 

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 Posted: Wed Feb 3rd, 2010 04:45 pm
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::LOL ::LOL ::LOL

Oh, you'll never believe this...

I wanted to add that this meditation often brings me extra money the exact same day I do the meditation.  My e-mail program is open while I'm at the forum and I heard there's new e-mail, so I went to check it out before adding another post and what do I find ?

::singer someone orders more work from me ::singer

so more money ::money and I haven't even done the meditation today, all I did was imagine while typing ::LOL

You see ? You don't even have to do it with your eyes closed, it works while typing also. ::LOL ::LOL ::LOL

:kiss:

Belana

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 Posted: Wed Feb 3rd, 2010 07:40 pm
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I love this thread so much! Thank you! I have been opening myself up to money over the past few months and am loving watching all the ways that it's coming in. Your rain dance meditation and gift book, discount savings box ideas are all fabulous.

Also, I so love the story of the buyer coming to you, w/o any extra work or fees on your end. That's how it's supposed to work! Congrats!!

Thanks for sharing!!
Stacey

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 Posted: Wed Feb 3rd, 2010 09:50 pm
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Belana wrote: But in the end the fairy tale got a happy end ::cool



Oh, no it hasn't!!  This is just THE BEGINNING of the fairy tale!!

I am definitely staying tuned...

::heartsaniheart::rainbowaniheart::hearts

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 Posted: Thu Feb 4th, 2010 07:38 am
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I've been reading up on the stock market over the last few weeks and have been daydreaming about what stock to buy, I'm like a girl in a toy shop now Belana, you made me feel excited about stock market.  I never thought it can be like playing.  Is it difficult to learn?::chin

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I want to buy nu skin stock. That's the first stock that I've ever wanted to buy. It's because I like the product and they give food to children in developing nations.

But I don't know much about the stock market? What did you end up buying? No that's not important, how did it make you feel?

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You are so friggin cool.

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You are so friggin coolAgree!::cool

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 Posted: Thu Feb 4th, 2010 08:16 am
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Hi guys,

Ever since I was a little girl, I've always liked playing with real money and I was allowed to do that.  THANKS MUM ::hugging

Because of my parents' profession, there was always a lot of cash money in the house, and my mum had this large money box where she put in the money that came in during the day, before taking it to the bank, so there were always all kinds of coins, well, not so many coins actually, more bills, very large ones too, and as a child I would invent a lot of games to amuse myself and the games I loved the most, were always the ones where I brought money into it.  And so you might say I used to play with my mum's money box practically all the time. ::LOL

I have to say that I was a very cautious child, I hardly ever broke or misplaced anything.  I guess that's why mum trusted me enough to let me play with all that money.  When I think about it, that must have been something very unusual to other people (of course nobody knew about it) ::devil and not many parents would allow their children to play with REAL money, but my mum DID.

I also had a savings box and from time to time, my mum and me would take it out, put a large paper on the table (because money is dirty, right ?) ::devil and then we'd throw all the money on the table and make piles of coins, put them together in rows and count and that was FUN !

I'm inspired to ask those of you who have children, to do this kind of thing with them.  Obviously you remember something like that for your entire life and it certainly teaches you that money is something to have FUN with.  (the "you have to work for money and money is neccessary to pay all the bills with" -part they'll be "taught" by others enough, don't you think ?)

Concerning the large money box my parents had, as a child I saw loads of money going in and out of that box, so back then I was conditioned to the fact that money should flow in and out fluently ::chin

I know most people aren't able to do this kind of thing, I mean most don't get much money in their hands, it's usually just numbers in the bank account, but with the profession my parents had, it was impossible for it NOT to happen like that. 

The stuff they sold brought in lots of cash money, and then they took the money to the bank, and then the invoices from the suppliers came, and they payed the invoices and then the bank account was almost empty again.  But of course, I didn't see the bank account going empty, I only saw lots of money piling up in that large box, they emptied it, and then it was filled again.  It was like you had to empty the box for more money to come, hmm, interesting ::chin

Well, to summarize, as a child I KNEW how much fun money could be and I KNEW it was supposed to go out and back in again smoothly, and somewhere down the line I dis-learned that and then it became hard for me to get enough money in to survive.  But now, I'm learning AGAIN that money is supposed to be FUN ! ::singer

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Belana

 


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