When God takes the time to correct you… You can pretty much be sure that you were wrong.
My son Tenor paid for a hotel room for us on our way home from Utah. Once we were in the room, he said, “You know, even though I have plenty of money, it still hurts to spend it.”
I told him, “That is a symptom of lack, and it will hold back your financial good. It is never a good idea to spend money when you feel like that. It is always best to try to feel grateful for having enough money to spend.”
Later that night, as I was going to sleep, I started seeing zero’s, which are my signal from God that he would like to have a word with me.
Even though it was 2:30 am, I pulled out my computer, cleared my energy, and as always, I said The Lords Prayer before asking any questions.
Good evening God, are you trying to get my attention?
“Yes, what you told your son about spending money was not quite correct. You told him to be grateful, and although that’s a much better place than feeling hurt, he can not understand who exactly he is supposed to feel grateful to? Himself for working hard for his money? His boss for paying his debts?
The key ingredient to creating a life of financial ease is to recognize that there is an ever present flow of money.
Money is being printed every day, and there will never be a shortage of it.
To believe that money will run out is a self-fulfilling prophecy.
With a firm belief that there is an ever-present flow that is always available to tap into, you will line yourself up to receiving it.
With faith and a belief in the ever-present availability of money, a life of ease and grace will be the self-fulfilling prophecy. Faith in abundance is the lesson you are trying to instill in him.”
Thank you, God, and I will take to heart that message and share it with him.
I, ________ place myself, ________ into a Full Court of Atonement with each and every level of my consciousness, God, and my Guides for the purpose of creating openness and willingness to believe in an ever-present flow of financial abundance.