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For example, if your goals are finan- cial, you need to be very apprecia- tive and celebratory about whatever money you do currently posses or are in the process of earning. Is there anything you’re spending money on right now that feels a little like a luxury? Do you berate yourself for this spending? If so, you’re energeti- cally keeping your prosperity goals out of your reach. It’s imperative that you decide exactly what you plan to spend, and then, since you’re spending it anyway, enjoy spending it! Love every second of it and be grateful for the opportunity to make each purchase.


Make a list of nice things you own, or vacations you’ve taken, or anything you’ve used money for in the past. Saturate yourself in your apprecia- tion for those things. Remember how you wanted them, and then bought them, and how much you enjoyed that moment. If you didn’t enjoy that moment, rewrite it in your memory so that you did. Appreciation for whatever money you currently have and whatever money you’ve had in the past is the surest ticket to accruing more money in your future. If this is hard for you—if you have trouble feeling deep appreciation for the things you’ve bought in the past—what makes you think that the things you want to buy in the future are going to make you any happier?


Create a daydream to reflect your goals, and fill it with colorful, vivid imagery that makes use of all your senses. For prosperity goals, write out a list of everything you’d buy if money were no object. What would you buy first? Imagine yourself writ- ing that check or unfolding copious bills from your wallet, confident and joyful in your purchase. Imagine bringing that item home. What does it feel like to own it? Who would you show first? What specific kind of


happiness would it bring you? Focus on your senses. What would you buy next? Spend some time go- ing down the list, feeling each item fully. What it would it feel like to have so much wealth? Where would you most like to be charitable? What would it feel like to write that check to your favorite charity?


Visit this imaginary world as fre- quently as you can. It should be so much fun you can’t wait to get there! Once you’ve worked with your day- dream and your appreciation habits for a while, test for a shift in your beliefs with the following exercise.


Test Your Belief Shifts


•Go to the imaginary world of your daydream. Whatever you most want, see yourself having it in spades. Beyond your wildest dreams. Get to the feeling place of that. From your perspective while you’re there, write down your answers to the following questions:


• What beliefs do I have about my- self from this perspective of having what I most desire?


• What beliefs do I have about the world?


• What beliefs do I have about scar- city and abundance?


• What beliefs do I have about money?


• What beliefs do I have about men/ women?


• What beliefs do I have about my own potential?


• What beliefs do I have about the power of the Universe to love me and assist me with my dreams?


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•Do the beliefs you listed while immersed in your imaginary world match your day-to-day, present-time beliefs? If not, it means you are not yet a vibrational match to your goals, and you are unwittingly impeding their fruition. You must get yourself to authentically adopt the juicy beliefs now.


•Make a list of facts that lend support to the beliefs you want to have. Gather as much evidence as you possibly can that the beliefs you have while immersed in your daydream are credible and worth adopting full-time. Go over that list until you can feel the new belief energy edging out the old.


Living your life as though your goals were already your reality will reinforce the habit of believing in your dreams. Speedy, phenomenal results depend not upon what you’re doing so much as they depend upon who you’re being and what you’re believing.


Want with gusto. Want with unwav- ering conviction and infinite faith. Or don’t bother wanting at all.


Unconditional love expert Lisa McCourt is a dynamic speaker, seminar leader and author whose 34 books have sold more 5.5 million copies worldwide. Her new book, Juicy Joy – 7 Simple Steps to Your Glorious, Gutsy Self, teaches people to embrace “radical authentic- ity” to fully experience unbridled joy in life. Lisa lives in South Florida with her two children. For more information, visit


www.LisaMcCourt.com.


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