Last year, a friend, fed up with her job, had read Marsha Sinetar’s Do What You Love, the Money will Follow, http://www.marshasinetar.com/ and saw it as a sign to quit and pursue her bliss–painting. After nine months, however, the money didn’t follow. She’s been living off eroding savings. She asked what to do.
I said if you do what you love the money will follow, but–the time it takes for each person’s money to follow differs.
Christ said if we had faith and asked the mountain to move, it would. Few have such faith; fewer still such bulldozing skills. So, if you do what you love so money will follow, take care of three things first.
1. Save at least six months of living expenses.
This provides a cushion if the money follows slowly.
2. Keep your heart pure.
Money miracles happen to pure hearts. If you’re angry with others, forgive them. Open room for unexpected income to flow.
3. Overhaul your mind.
Your consciousness must be prepared to receive the money that follows. It’s one thing to consciously believe if you do what you love the money will follow; quite another if you believe when you do what you love, the bankruptcy will follow. A study done among Canadian lottery winners found that, within five years, the vast majority went broke. Governments dumped fortunes into their laps, but didn’t show them how to handle them.
Affirmations prepare consciousness so money can follow. Here’s one I recommend: “When I do the work I love, the world is enriched and so am I, as money flows to me quickly and easily.” At the left of the page, write the affirmation as 1A. Below, write, as 1B, the response that arises that disagrees with it. Suppose it’s “If I do what I love nobody will care.” Below, as 1C, create a new affirmation to treat that response. A good one for the resistance above is “Spirit supports me when I do the work I love.”
This process releases your unconscious resistance. Write this affirmation 10 minutes a day until its truth manifests in your life.