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5 Wealth Affirmations From Famous Authors

by Evelyn on March 23, 2009


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Let us borrow some inspiration from famous authors out there in their wealth affirmations. While we may have cleared many of our negative money beliefs and realign our thoughts to more positive ones, some extra work in positive daily affirmations can help to act on our subconscious. It is a good idea to learn from those who have found success in thinking positive thoughts about money:

The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Dr Joseph Murphy.
The Power of Your Subconscious Mind was first published in June 1963. While flipping through my copy of this book, I found the words “law of attraction” on page 128. Dr Joseph Murphy, its author, had illustrated how a boy harnessed the “law of attraction” to attract the money he needed for a medical degree. Hmmm….I found it interesting on how the use of the term can be traced to many years back, even before I was born!

The recommendation from the book is to read your affirmation with emotion and visualization several times a day. Here are two wealth affirmations found inside:

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.

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!

You can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay. Louise Hay has affirmations for every aspect of life in her book,You Can Heal Your Life. The one on prosperity is like this:

In the infinity of life where I am,
all is perfect, whole, and complete.
I am one with the Power that created me.
I am totally open and receptive to the abundant flow of prosperity
that the Universe offers.
All my needs and desires are met before I ask.
I am Divinely guided and protected,
and I make choices that are beneficial for me.
I rejoice in others’ successes, knowing there is plenty for us all.
I am constantly increasing my conscious awareness of abundance,
and this reflects in a constantly increasing income.
My good comes from everywhere and everyone.
All is well in my world.

And here is one to affirm the “New” you:

In the infinity of life where I am,
all is perfect, whole, and complete.My life is ever new.
Each moment of my life is new and fresh and vital.
I use my affirmative thinking to create exactly what I want.
This is a new day. I am a new me.
I think differently. I speak differently. I act differently.
Others treat me differently.
My new world is a reflection of my new thinking.
It is a joy and a delight to plant new seeds,
for I know these seeds will become my new experiences.
All is well in my world.

The Prosperity Prayer. In January this year, Dr Joe Vitale, a cast member of The Secret movie, shared a prosperity prayer on his blog. The prayer was passed to him by his friend, Will Bowen, who described it as “the greatest consciousness conditioner available to attract prosperity”. In case you have not heard of Will Bowen, he is the author to the best-selling book A Complaint Free World: How to Stop Complaining and Start Enjoying the Life You Always Wanted.

Subsequently, someone pointed out that the prayer was originally written by Rev. Christopher Ian Chenoweth from some years ago. The prayer was a part of his famous “The Process” of Advanced Prosperity. Well, whoever wrote it, the prayer enjoyed a lot of attention from Dr Vitale’s large subscriber base, due to its beautiful words. I give it the thumbs up too!

Prosperity Affirmation – (Read Aloud Every Day for 30 days)

I am the source of all wealth. I am rich with creative ideas. My mind abounds with new, original, inspired thoughts. What I have to offer is unique, and the world desires it. My value is beyond reckoning. What the world needs and desires, I am ready to produce and give. What the world needs and desires, I recognize and fulfill.

The bounty of my mind is without hindrance or limit. Nothing can stand in the way of my inspired creativeness. The overflowing power of God life energy overcomes every obstacle, & pours out into the world, blessing & prospering everyone, & everything through me.

I radiate blessings, I radiate creativity, I radiate prosperity, I radiate loving service. I radiate Joy, Beauty, Peace, Wisdom & Power. Humanity seeks me and rewards me. I am beloved of the world. I am wanted wherever I go. I am appreciated. What I have to offer is greatly desired. What I have to offer brings a rich reward.

Through my vision the world is blessed. Through my clear thinking & steadfast purpose, wonderful new values come into expression. My vision is as the vision of the mighty ones. My faith is as the faith of the undefeatable. My power to accomplish is unlimited.

I, in my uttermost God Source, am all wealth, all power, all productivity. I hereby declare my financial freedom, NOW and henceforth forever!

How to Use Wealth Affirmations

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You can choose to use any of the above wealth affirmation if it resonates well with you. Or simply write your own!

Some people tell me that affirmations do not work!! Well, my research shows that wealth affirmations work best when there is harmony between the conscious and subconscious. It is most effective when you are ready to be reprogrammed positively. This means that you have worked on many of your negative money beliefs that lie in your subconscious. So each time, you repeat your wealth affirmation, you will not be in the trap of also affirming your negative ones at the tail end. For more understanding, you may wish to read my previous article on Why Affirmations Fail to Work here.

I also recommend a few articles that I have written previously on affirmations:

1) Positive Affirmations: 4 Ways to Programming Through Water

2) 7 Jazzy Ideas to Making Affirmations FUN

Share Your Wealth Affirmation

Do you have a prosperity prayer or wealth affirmation that you would like to share? Or do you have specific recommendations for wordings or phrases that are important for inclusion into affirmations? If you have any success story with wealth or prosperity affirmations, do contribute in the comment box below.

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Daphne @ Joyful Days March 23, 2009 at 6:07 pm

Hi Evelyn,

Very informative post! Wow, those were detailed wealth affirmations. Mine is simpler: “I have more than I need, and my wealth is growing every day”. I like the way you approach the topic of wealth from various angles. Gives me something to think about!

Lance March 23, 2009 at 6:22 pm

Hi Evelyn,

I don’t have a wealth affirmation, per se. However, I do have a deep-seeded belief that wealth and goodness are there for me always – especially when this in alignment with by core beliefs. To take this to the next level, I AM going to use Prosperity Affirmation from Joe Vitale. Coupled with where I’m at currently, I’m excited at the possibilities!

Evelyn, thanks so much for sharing these here today!

Jake | Revive Your Life March 23, 2009 at 8:02 pm

Hi Evelyn,

That was a very positive and uplifting post. Affirmations remind us that we have the ability to control our situation through positive beliefs and empowerment. While I don’t have a personal wealth affirmation per se, I attempt to follow a wealth “flow” prioritization that I feel is a must in my life. It is simply, that monetary outflow follows this pattern:

1) Give
2) Save
3) Pay Taxes (an obvious necessity)
4) Spend

It is challenging to follow this pattern and I find myself straying quite often, but I find that when I do, things work out for the best.

Jay March 23, 2009 at 8:43 pm

The Power of the Subconscious Mind is one of my favorite books of all time. Good to see others have found it useful as well. My wealth affirmation is simply “give more than I take”- the paradox of this is the more I give away the more it comes to me. It makes you realize that is what is how it is supposed to work. Are you listening banks out there hording your bailout?? Lend now or fall under the pressure of you selfishness.

Evelyn March 23, 2009 at 9:11 pm

@Daphne, the ones posted here are certainly more detailed than the one-liners. I guess I like to make my posts creative. Presenting from different angles may just connect with various group of readers.

@Lance, same here too! I am going to print out the one shared by Dr Joe Vitale and affirm it for the next 30 days! It’s great that we are on the same journey to creating more abundance into our lives!

@Jake, your priority of money outflow just shows how generous you are! Definitely inspiring! It’s amazing how things work out themselves when they are aligned to your Highest Path and Purpose.

Evelyn March 23, 2009 at 9:16 pm

Jay,

I’m not surprised that we like the same books. The Power of Your Subconscious Mind is definitely a great read! There are lots of gems in there!

Your wealth affirmation is inspiring! Let’s hope that the economic “crisis” will be over soon!

Abundance always,
Evelyn

Mary Madeline March 23, 2009 at 9:20 pm

Hi Evelyn,

Thank you for an awesome post! I enjoy how you take it from different angles, especially since every individual on the planet experience life differently. Gives us all a chance to find what works for us.

For me EFT and Silva has been a great tool for my affirmations. I went back and read your post on “tailenders” and why affirmations might not work. It really resonated with me – and that’s it – finding what resonates with ones heart, so you get the feeling of joy and peace with your affirmation. Allowing it to be in your vibration and come to fruition in physical plane, without the attachment and urgency. Allowing the Universe work for you and knowing it will happen in the perfect time for you.

We all have different beliefs and memories that create our world, so when things doesn’t happen then we have to ask questions and dig deeper into ourselves. Lately I enjoy mixing EFT with Ho’oponopono to “erase” past (emotional) memories, to fully let go of judgement. Everything we react to is based on memories of the past, be it good or bad.

Ho’oponopono is as Morrnah explains it; “We are the sum total of our experiences, which is to say that we are burdened by our pasts. When we experience stress or fear in our lives, if we would look carefully, we would find that the cause is actually a memory. It is the emotions which are tied to these memories which affect us now. The subconscious associates an action or person in the present with something that happened in the past. When this occurs, emotions are activated and stress is produced.” She continues; “The main purpose of this process is to discover the Divinity within oneself. The Ho’oponopono is a profound gift which allows one to develop a working relationship with the Divinity within and learn to ask that in each moment, our errors in thought, word, deed or action be cleansed. The process is essentially about freedom, complete freedom from the past.” The phrases used are; I am sorry, Please forgive me, Thank you, I love You.

Thank you for reading this long comment! LOL
May we all experience the best life possible with lots of Love, Joy, Laughter and Peace.

My Love to you all,

Mary Madeline

Laurie | Express Yourself to Success March 23, 2009 at 10:20 pm

Evelyn – you have such a wonderful wealth of information and it’s so generous of you to share it so freely. Thank you!

I don’t have any wealth affirmations, but I am going do as you and Lance are and give Vitale’s a try for the next 30 days. It’ll be interesting to see what happens!

Jens Upton March 23, 2009 at 10:59 pm

Hiya

An inspiring read!
A timely article for me. I don’t have a financial prosperity / wealth affirmation. Shocking when you think of all the inducements, products in recent years to create one. As a result of your article I now will.

The prosperity affirmation has good use of language.
From my experience of using affirmations for other positive changes, I’d suggest practising with words and text to discover what ‘feels’ best. Be willing to alter the text if neccessary and keep the goal and dynamism focused.
Whenever I use affirmations or purposeful self talk, I ensure that it produces body tingling, good sensations throughout me. This makes it enjoyable and easier to remember.

Thanks
Jens

J.D. Meier March 23, 2009 at 11:33 pm

I think affirmations work when there’s a disconnect between conscious and subconscious.

Basically, you can sabotage your own success when you’re out of synch. Getting mindful and congruent is a good way to set yourself up for success.

Summer Fey Foovay March 24, 2009 at 12:14 am

I like one by Stuart Wilde – short and sweet: The Universe is abundant, therefore my life is abundant. All my needs are met, all my wants are satisfied.

I also particularly like a visualization from Louise Hay – thinking of money, abundance as an ocean, do you walk up with a teaspoon, a bucket – or are you hooking up a firehose and a pump? I always visualize myself tossing the little bucket aside and hooking up the pump and firehose – gives me a smile, a laugh, and a positive boost to my day.

Mama Zen March 24, 2009 at 2:01 am

I don’t really have an affirmation. I do try to focus on gratitude.

Tiko March 24, 2009 at 2:22 am

Great post!! I love all of the resources you provided in this article. I really love the second affirmation you listed by Louise Hay. I simply love it…it’s perfect for spring and new beginnings! :)

JB March 24, 2009 at 3:21 am

“I am thankful that I always have enough to spend, enough to save, enough to spare, and enough to share”. That’s mine.

Vered - MomGrind March 24, 2009 at 4:28 am

“I like money. I love it.”

This is so much better than “money is filthy, and I don’t really need it.”

Great post, Evelyn. Thank you.

Carla March 24, 2009 at 5:00 am

Great quotes. I have done this in the past and it has worked for me, but unfortunately old habits (negative, fearful thoughts) die hard. Thanks for the reminder for me to get back into the game!

Marelisa March 24, 2009 at 8:14 am

Hi Evelyn: I think that at the very least these affirmations can help bring to light how we might be sabotaging ourselves by having negative beliefs about money. If a part of you says “yeah right” to any of these affirmations, it can help point to unresolved issues about money you didn’t even know you had.

Evelyn March 24, 2009 at 9:11 am

Mary Madeline,

Thank you for sharing with me the Ho’oponopono method of cleansing. Your explanation about how the problems of today having roots in the past is one that I have also found true in my findings and investigations. It also almost sounds like doing an Akashic Record Reading/Soul Realignment whereby “every error, word or thought can be cleansed”. It’s great that you are mixing the methods of EFT and Ho’oponopono, to give you the best results. I use a combination of EFT and Soul Realignment myself.

It is obvious to me that you are a very beautiful soul. May you be blessed in happiness, love and peace too!

Abundance always,
Evelyn

Evelyn March 24, 2009 at 9:19 am

@Laurie, I am a junkie for information…LOL!! Yes, do join in the fun with affirming the Prosperity Prayer.

@Jens, I’m glad to know that you are intending to look at your feelings and sensations closely when you use affirmations. As you’ve mentioned, in this manner, you can move into alignment on what “feels” best. Wishing you every success!!

@J.D. Meier, being mindful is a great way to know if we are out of sync. The use of affirmations most certainly can help us highlight potential areas to look into.

Evelyn March 24, 2009 at 9:24 am

@Summer Fey, thanks for sharing the affirmation by Stuart Wilde. It may be short but it definitely sounds great! Thanks also for reminding me about Louise Hay’s visualization technique for abundance. I agree that it is a lovely one to provide the positive boost to your day!

@Mama Zen, focusing on gratitude helps to generate positive feelings too! Great!

@Tiko, I like Louise Hay’s affirmation too! It’s great that you find it timely!

Evelyn March 24, 2009 at 9:29 am

@JB, thanks for sharing your wealth affirmation. With “enough to share”, it reflects abundance!

@Vered, “I like money. I love it.” sure cuts it! However, I’d suggest for anyone using this line to ensure that they totally believe in the affirmation first (no “buts” at the end) before using it.

@Carla, I know what you mean by old habits alright!! I need motivation myself to keep going!

@Marelisa, great insight!! As mentioned before, the use of affirmations can serve to highlight areas for us to look into. We need to be aware and mindful if saying the affirmations cause us a negative tingling emotion or sensation. If so, we need to clear these negative thoughts.

Jocelyn of I TAKE OFF THE MASK March 24, 2009 at 10:18 am

Great! Just by reading these articles, I can already feel that abundance, creativity and blessings outpouring in me :-)

Nadia-Happy Lotus March 24, 2009 at 9:16 pm

Hi Evelyn,

Those affirmations that you shared with us are really good. I usually like my affirmations to be short because that way I can say them more frequently and also it makes it easy to remember. For me the best the best money affirmation is to say “I am supplied in every way and not lacking for anything.”

Hope all is well!

Marj / thewayofmoney.com March 24, 2009 at 11:52 pm

Wow I totally enjoyed this post. I also love many of the affirmations from A Course in Miracles. One particular lesson that struck me was: “I am one Self, united with my Creator, at one with every aspect of creation, and limitless in power and in peace!” :)
Aaaah isn’t that wonderful to know?
“I am one Self, united and secure in light and joy and peace. I am God’s child, one Self, with one Creator and one goal; to bring awareness of this oneness to all minds, that true creation may extend the allness and the unity of God. I am one Self, complete and healed and whole, with power to lift the veil of darkness from the world.”
“I am one Self, in perfect harmony with all there is, and all that there will be. I am one Self, united with my brothers and sisters in that Self.”

Cath Lawson March 25, 2009 at 2:23 am

Hi Evelyn – I like these affirmations. I had one, after learning to do it in Think and Grow Rich. But when I began achieving some of my goals, I no longer made the effort to read it to myself each day. This has reminded me that maybe I should be writing another one.

Coryelle Kramer~Animal Communicator March 25, 2009 at 3:16 am

Hi Evelyn, It is amazing all those affirmations were just what I needed to hear right NOW at THIS moment. Each one was marvelous and right on. Thanks for all the information that you gave us.

Dragos Roua March 25, 2009 at 3:29 am

Thanks for sharing this, I find the first two affirmations from The Power Of The Subconscious Mind extremely powerful, and I am going to use them. For that, I am grateful to you :-)

And I know affirmations work. I was able to change my life through the power of affirmations and it works in every area: from getting a better health to business and money. Oh, and yes: money is ok, I love it :-) .

Patricia March 25, 2009 at 3:40 am

Sitting right beside my computer is my stack of affirmation cards, when I get stuck I take one off the pile and read it. Some of the cards are over 30 years old and I still read them

When I was in NYC a Native American Healer said to me, in front of the UN, that I was a person who would have enough money to take care of my needs and some of my wants, but I would not have enough money for others. Right then and there I took the “worry” out of money for me. Having children makes me worry about their money knowledge! I have spent 40 years of my life fund raising for non-profits and doing very well, because I did not worry about my needs and wants.
Very nice post. I like affirmations.

Lisa (mommymystic) March 25, 2009 at 5:34 am

Nice post again. I have recently simply been working with ‘My life is abundant in every way’, which I affirm after I do some gratitudes at the end of my meditation each day. Although at times in the past, when I had concrete monetary or business goals, I would incorporate something more specific.

Mary/GoodlifeZEN March 26, 2009 at 3:18 am

I’ve struggled for a long time with my negative responses to wealth. But now I’ve got a new goal that I really like: I want to become a philanthropist!

Jeb Dickerson March 26, 2009 at 3:54 am

Hey Evelyn,
Just came your way via Jay @ the Inner Noodle. I’m enjoying getting to know you. I do have a question for you that was born out of your 7 jazzy things post from about a year ago. Comments on it are closed so I figured I’d ask you here…hope that’s okay.

In that post, you suggest Day Dreaming as a good method of enhancing affirmations…they give emotion and movement, I think you said.

My question is this. I always think about day dreaming as a hope or a wish, as opposed to actual. I guess my understanding about affirmations and attraction in general is that you need to ‘live in the house’ in your mind. That is, not just see what you want, but believe you’ve already attained it, and live as though that’s the case.

If my understanding is accurate, is day dreaming really an effective tool? Maybe it’s just my interpretation of day dreaming that’s the problem. But when I daydream, it’s more ‘fantastical’ in nature…that is, not really based in reality.

Anyway, enough said…I’d enjoy your take on this, and thanks again for your site. You’re doing a great job and I can tell it suits you well. Cheers.

Lori March 26, 2009 at 4:49 am

Hi Evelyn!

Your post about money beliefs was eye-opening for me, and I’m enjoying the related posts. (They even inspired some of my recent writing). Thanks for this. I appreciate the opportunity to challenge my beliefs about prosperity!

Lori

Sunny Jamiel March 26, 2009 at 4:59 am

Evelyn,

That was a nice post. Reminded me of the value of affirmations again. My affirmation goes like this, “I’ll see it because I believe it.”

Evelyn March 26, 2009 at 9:18 am

@Jocelyn, I have been trying Joe Vitale’s affirmation since I posted this article. Guess what? I am seeing some results from 3 days of saying it already! Abundance is definitely flowing!

@Nadia, I like yours – short and sweet!

@Marj, thanks for sharing your affirmation. I certainly believe in the “One Self”!

@Cath, I’m happy to know that my post has provided the necessary reminder! Good for you!

Evelyn March 26, 2009 at 9:24 am

@Coryelle, you are most welcome :-)

@Dragos Roua, it’s great that you are intending to use the affirmations from The Power of Your Subconscious Mind! All the best!! I love the abundance that money affords me too!

@Patricia, it’s nice to know that you don’t have money worries for yourself and able to do (in terms of raising funds for non-profit organizations) what aligns with you. As parents, there is a tendency to worry over our kids. However, I’m sure that you already know that they are more than capable in helping themselves out and that there is only so much we can do.

@Lisa, it’s great that you have found affirmations, whether general or specific, working for you!

Davina March 26, 2009 at 9:37 am

Hi Evelyn. I don’t have any affirmations that I use presently. I used to use them. Now I’m intent on observing myself and catching my thoughts. I ask myself questions about what I am thinking and what it is saying about what I believe about myself. I then decide if I really believe something or if it is just a fear that needs to be let go of.

I have Louise Hay’s book — quite like her writings. I used to use a lot of her affirmations for health issues. They help to keep you connected and in the present and to be responsible for your thoughts.

Evelyn March 26, 2009 at 9:45 am

@Mary, I smiled when I read your comment. It’s what my husband talks about everyday. *Wink* A nice goal for us too! We are on the same journey. I wish you much success and luck in attaining your desire!

@Jeb, I closed comments to some of my older posts because I have been unable to handle new ones coming in. The words “day dreaming” can mean differently to various people; but what you are doing is right in the picturing of the “house” in your mind and as if you have already attained it. Perhaps the more accurate word that will not result in confusion ought to be “visualization”. My oversight!! And I apologize :-) I wish you all the best! Abundance always!

@Lori, it’s a great honor to be able to inspire some posts on your site. I’m happy to know that my posts have been useful! It is certainly great to have more of us circulating ideas for abundance on the web. A welcome change to all the news about the “economic crisis” on other sites!

@Sunny, yours is punchy and powerful! Awesome!

Evelyn March 26, 2009 at 9:54 am

Hello Davina,

For a couple of weeks, I have been observing my own thoughts but reached a point that I’ve done all I could with dealing with them on that level. I am now onto saying Dr Joe Vitale’s wealth affirmations and at the same time, watching if any negative emotions/thoughts/beliefs have come up (which provides me the opportunity to use EFT or any other method to deal with them).

So far, I have been having a wonderful 3 days since publishing my post and reading the affirmations aloud. It’s of course early days yet but I am seeing good results in business.

Abundance always,
Evelyn

Jeb Dickerson March 26, 2009 at 10:44 am

Hey Evelyn,
No need to apologize…the clarification helped me. Thanks very much.

Barbara Swafford March 26, 2009 at 2:52 pm

Hi Evelyn – What a fabulous post. I need to go back and read the other posts you linked to, as well.

I don’t have any affirmations I use consistently, but do practice gratitude for all I have and receive. It’s opened my eyes to how “rich” I am in ways that can’t be measured monetarily.

Robin March 26, 2009 at 9:59 pm

Hi Evelyn – the first information I ever had about this sort of thing was a little book called ‘Money Is My Friend’. I liked it and this was the start of my adventure into the world of alternative healing. You have given great examples of affirmations we can use!

Evelyn March 27, 2009 at 2:40 pm

@Jeb, I’m glad to have a chance to make a clarification. I am also here to learn as much as everyone else. I wish you much success in your visualizations! Abundance Always!

@Barbara, it’s great that you like my post!! From my experience, I have found it useful to “nail” down the money belief that had been blocking my success. I practice gratitude too but over the last few days, I have additionally been trying out Dr Joe Vitale’s wealth affirmation to see if anything happens. It’s great fun!

@Robin, is this book sold over Amazon? It was glad that you went into alternative healing. We would not have “met” if both of us had not. Hugs to you!

Mike Foster March 28, 2009 at 7:03 am

I’ve never had a problem with understanding that money is an important necessity. It gives me the freedom to do the things I want and need to do with my life. That said, money shouldn’t be the sole motivator for achieving happiness or status; far from it.

peace,
mike
livelife365

Carolin March 28, 2009 at 10:14 pm

I believe in keeping you house clutter free and stop collecting useless things.
I don’t really think that it matter what you say or think as long a you perceive yourself as wealthy. Wealth is not just about money. I feel very wealthy when I spend a day with my family.
And if you have simple habits you don’t need as much money.

Peter Levin March 28, 2009 at 11:30 pm

I have affirmations in my wallet from T.Harv Eker (I create my life, I create the exact amount of my financial success…. – it is 20 of them) I got it from his Millionaire Mind Intensive seminar in Chicago last year. I am carrying it with me at all time.

I totally agree that affirmation only works if conscious and subconscious minds are in sync, otherwise it creates internal emotional conflict and those affirmation might not be effective or it is just will take to much time to believe in what you saying.

I know the power of affirmations, but for some weird reasons I don’t use them as much as I should. I definitely need to incorporate it in my morning ritual.

Thanks Evelyn for reminder :)

Keith March 30, 2009 at 10:18 am

Hi Evelyn! I read this article and just couldn’t help getting excited! I first came upon things like the law of attraction about 15 years ago while reading Napoleon Hill’s materials. As I recall, he never used the phrase “Law of Attraction” but the principle is the same. Many of his books were written in the late 1920′s and 1930′s! I’ve never read Joseph Murphy’s book but now that I know of it I will do so when I obtain a copy.

This was a great article filled with so much “meat” and I truly enjoyed reading it!

shepherd December 11, 2009 at 10:06 am

thank for the affirmations i will use them daily i a m expecting it going to work for me

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