Your Right To Be Rich. Law of Attraction, Money, Subconscious Mind Power


Your right to be rich. It is your right to be rich. You are here to lead the abundant life and
be happy, radiant, and free. You should, therefore, have all the money
you need to lead a full, happy, and prosperous life. You are here to grow, expand, and unfold spiritually,
mentally, and materially. You have the inalienable right to fully develop
and express yourself along all lines. You should surround yourself with beauty and
luxury. Why be satisfied with just enough to go around
when you can enjoy the riches of your subconscious mind? You can learn to make friends with money,
and you should always have a surplus. Your desire to be rich is a desire for a fuller,
happier, more wonderful life. It is a cosmic urge. It is not only good, but also very good. Money is a symbol of exchange. It means to you not only freedom from want,
but beauty, luxury, abundance, and refinement. It is merely a symbol of the economic health
of the nation. When your blood is circulating freely in your
body, you are healthy. When money
is circulating freely in your life, you are economically healthy. When people begin to
hoard money, put it away in tin boxes, and become charged with fear, there is
economic illness. Money has taken many forms as a medium of
exchange down through the centuries, such as, salt, beads, and trinkets
of various kinds. In early times a
man’s wealth was determined by the number of sheep and oxen he had. Now we use
currency, and other negotiable instruments, as it is much more convenient to write a
check than carry some sheep around with you to pay bills. How to walk the royal road to riches. Knowledge of the powers of your subconscious
mind is the means to the royal road to riches of all kinds—spiritual, mental, or
financial. The student of the laws of mind
believes and knows definitely that regardless of economic situations, stock market
fluctuation, depression, strikes, war, other conditions or circumstances, he will always
be amply supplied, regardless of what form money
takes. The reason for this is that he has
conveyed the idea of wealth to his subconscious mind, and it keeps him supplied
wherever he may be. He has convinced himself in his mind that
money is forever flowing freely in his life and that there is always
a wonderful surplus. Should there be a financial
collapse of government tomorrow and all the man’s present holdings become valueless,
as the German marks did after the First World War, he would still attract wealth and be
cared for, regardless of the form the new currency took. Why you do not have more money. I believe most people are inadequately compensated. One of the causes
many people does not have more money is that they are silently or openly condemning it. They refer to money as “filthy lucre”
or “the love of money is the root of all evil.” Another reason they do not prosper is that
they have a sneaky subconscious feeling there is some virtue in poverty. This subconscious pattern may be due to early
childhood training, superstition, or it could be based
on a false interpretation of scriptures. One time a man said to me, “I am broke. I do not like money. It is the root of all evil.” These statements represent a confused neurotic
mind. Love of money to the exclusion of
everything else will cause you to become lopsided and unbalanced. You are here to use
your power or authority wisely. Some men crave power, others crave money. If you set
your heart on money exclusively and say, “Money is all I want; I am going to give all my
attention to amassing money; nothing else matters,” you can get money and attain a
fortune, but you have forgotten that you are here to lead a balanced life. You must also
satisfy the hunger for peace of mind, harmony, love, joy, and perfect health. By making
money your sole aim, you simply made a wrong choice. You thought that was all you
wanted, but you found after all your efforts that it was not only the money you needed. You also desired true expression of your hidden
talents, true place in life, beauty, and the joy of contributing to the welfare and success
of others. By learning the laws of your
subconscious mind, you could have a million dollars or many millions, if you wanted
them, and still have peace of mind, harmony, perfect health, and perfect expression. There is no virtue in poverty; it is a disease
like any other mental disease. If you were
physically ill, you would think there was something wrong with you. You would seek
help and do something about the condition at once. Likewise, if you do not have money
constantly circulating in your life, there is something radically wrong with you. The urge of the life principle in you is toward
growth, expansion, and the life more abundant. You are not here to live in a hovel, dress
in rags, and go hungry. You should be
happy, prosperous, and successful. Cleanse your mind of all weird and superstitious
beliefs about money. Do not ever regard money as
evil or filthy. If you do, you cause it to take wings and
fly away from you. Remember
that you lose what you condemn. You cannot attract what you criticize. Here is a simple technique you may use to
multiply money in your experience. Use the
following statements several times a day, “I like money, I love it, I use it wisely,
constructively, and judiciously. Money is constantly circulating in my life. I release it
with joy, and it returns to me multiplied in a wonderful way. It is good and very good. Money flows to me in avalanches of abundance. I use it for good only, and I am grateful
for my good and for the riches of my mind.” How to attract the money you need. 3 26 25 Many years ago I met a young boy in Australia
who wanted to become a physician and surgeon, but he had no money. I explained to him how a seed deposited in
the soil attracts to itself everything necessary for its unfolding,
and that all he had to do was to take a lesson from the seed and deposit the required
idea in his subconscious mind. For
expenses this young, brilliant boy used to clean out doctors’ offices, wash windows,
and do odd repair jobs. He told me that every night, as he went to
sleep, he used to picture in his mind’s eye a medical diploma on a wall
with his name on it in big, bold letters. He
used to clean and shine the framed diplomas in the medical building where he worked. It
was not hard for him to engrave the image of a diploma in his mind and develop it there. Definite results followed as he persisted
with his mental picture every night for about four months. The sequel of this story was very interesting. One of the doctors took a
great liking to this young boy and after training him in the art of sterilizing instruments,
giving hypodermic injections, and other miscellaneous first aid work, he employed him
as a technical assistant in his office. The doctor later sent him to medical school
at his own expense. Today, this young man is a prominent medical
doctor in Montreal, Canada. He discovered the law of attraction by using
his subconscious mind the right way. He
operated an age-old law, which says, “Having seen the end, you have willed the means to
the realization of the end.” The end in this case was to become a medical
doctor. This young man was able to imagine, see, and
feel the reality of being a doctor. He lived
with that idea, sustained it, nourished it, and loved it, until through his imagination,
it penetrated the layers of his subconscious
mind and became a conviction, thereby attracting to him everything necessary for the fulfillment
of his dream. If you are working in a large organization
and you are silently thinking of and resenting the fact you are underpaid, that you are not
appreciated, and that you deserve more money and greater recognition, you are subconsciously
severing your ties with that organization. You are setting a law in motion, and the superintendent
or manager will say to you, “We have to let you go.” Actually, you dismissed yourself. The manager was
simply the instrument through which your own negative mental state was confirmed. It
was an example of the law of action and reaction. The action was your thought, and the
reaction was the response of your subconscious mind. I am sure you have heard men say, “That
fellow has a racket.” “He is a racketeer.” “He is
getting money dishonestly.” “He is a faker.” “I knew him when he had nothing.” “He is a
crook, a thief, and a swindler.” If you analyze the man who talks like that,
you discover he is usually in want or suffering from some
financial or physical illness. Perhaps his
former college friends went up the ladder of success and excelled him. Now he is bitter and envious of their progress. In many instances this is the cause of his
downfall. Thinking negatively of these classmates and
condemning their wealth causes the wealth and prosperity he is praying for
to vanish and flee away. He is condemning the
thing he is praying for. He is praying two ways. On the one hand he is saying, “Wealth is
flowing to me now,” and in the next breath, silently or audibly,
he is saying, “I resent that fellow’s wealth.” Always make it a special point to rejoice
in the wealth of the other person. If you are seeking wisdom regarding investments,
or if you are worried about your stocks or bonds, quietly claim, “Infinite intelligence
governs and watches over all my financial transactions, and whatsoever I do shall prosper.” Do this frequently and you will find that
your investments will be wise; moreover, you will be protected from loss, as you will be
prompted to sell your securities or holdings before any loss accrues to you. In large stores the management employs store
detectives to prevent people from stealing. They catch a number of people every day trying
to get something for nothing. All such
people are living in the mental atmosphere of lack and limitation and are stealing from
themselves peace, harmony, faith, honesty, integrity, good will, and confidence. Furthermore, they are attracting to themselves
all manner of loss, such as, loss of character, prestige, social status, and peace
of mind. These people lack faith in the
source of supply and the understanding of how their minds work. If they would mentally
call on the powers of their subconscious mind and claim that they are guided to their true
expression, they would find work and constant supply. Then by honesty, integrity, and
perseverance, they would become a credit to themselves and to society at large. Recognizing the powers of your subconscious
mind and the creative power of your thought or mental image is the way to opulence,
freedom, and constant supply. Accept
the abundant life in your own mind. Your mental acceptance and expectancy of wealth
has its own mathematics and mechanics of expression. As you enter into the mood of
opulence, all things necessary for the abundant life will come to pass. Let this be your daily affirmation; write
it in your heart, “I am one with the infinite riches
of my subconscious mind. It is my right to be rich, happy, and successful. Money flows
to me freely, copiously, and endlessly. I am forever conscious of my true worth. I give of
my talents freely, and I am wonderfully blessed financially. It is wonderful!”