There were actually two books for the Indigo Adult Book Club for April:
The first discusses focusing on a single word in meditation because the attachment one has for more than that single word can create upheaval in the meditator and push the meditator in the opposite direction of wealth.
There is more to the book than this, but I really liked reading this book after reading Eufeeling, because the book Eufeeling talks about Quantum Intention, which is about using the neutrality of the “nothingness” state of Quantum Entrainment/Eufeeling to achieve desires. Kinslow offers the suggestion of using simple key word or phrases with his system in order to connect with the energy of what you want, but not to over think it too much.
Gene Geter offers his reader a good single word to focus on in the area of money, and why that word is better than others for financial intentions.
Sometimes I will just be in a happy place and think about the word and let it vibrate in me and around me for a moment, even when I am not doing QE. I’m not sure if it has been working, but I have been seeing better financial flow in my life.
RIght after I read How To Gain Wealth With Just One Word, I read a review for Happy Money (Increase the Flow of Money with a Simple 2-Step Formula) and was intrigued by the concept of leaving money in random places.
I know how happy I am when i find money, but I must say it is even better to give away these dollars randomly. Sometimes I feel that I get stuck with holding on too much to things and money and I can feel the stagnation that creates in my life.
The exercise of leaving dollars in places loosens up that stagnation for me. Sometimes I can even empathically feel the joy of a person finding the money, long after I have left the location.
As with the first with (or perhaps concurrently with the first book), I feel, my financial flow has been a lot better since I have started to do this Happy Money exercise on a regular basis. I am less stressed about money and I feel like my faith about everything being ok in that that area in my life has increased through the Happy Money practice, which I feel is reflecting positively in my financial life and work life.
The second step of the “2-step formula” is the receiving step, which I am still working on through meditation.
But again, the very act of leaving single dollar bills in random places with happy messages on them seems to unsticking those habitual thoughts I have had all of my life about money that has made me hold on so tight to it that I strangle it away from me.
This has been a fascinating practice.
I did have resistance with the first couple dollars I left, but now I look forward to doing it and get excited about it!
For this past month, I have been averaging about $1-2 per week left behind, but I am thinking about doing a full month experiment of leaving a Happy Money dollar behind every day.
$30 is affordable to me to try something like this, and my current success with less frequent Happy Money drops is urging me to try out an extravaganza of Happy Money! 🙂
I feel that the hardest part about it won’t be the resistance to leaving money (which is pretty much gone at this point) but with finding a place to drop it every day. There are only so many places I visit on a regular basis and I have been trying to not repeat any locations more than once with a Happy Money dollar.
By the way, I included books about money because I feel that a lot of indigo adults spend so much time in the spiritual realms that the practical mundane elements can sometimes be more challenging.
The solution to world peace is easy to me, but balancing my checkbook is a true challenge. 🙂
What about you?
Have you read these books yet or tried the Happy Money experiment? What were your results? Does anyone else want to try a Happy Money Month with me?
~ Peace ~
PS: I know that this month is half over already, but if you want to read The Gentle Way: A Self-Help Guide for Those Who Believe in Angels for May, that would help because I’m doing a round-up piece in June about how all of the books from the Indigo Adult Book Club (January 2014 – May 2014) work together in terms of techniques and philosophies.