Don’t ask the universe for “more,” “better,” or “greater,” because those comparisons focus on how much you have now.
If you really think about it, saying, “I’d like to make $50,000 more…” is like saying, “I’d like to make more than the $100,000 I make now.” By comparing, you have to focus on how much you’ve got now, thereby amplifying the attraction.
Why does that matter?
If you’re saying, “I want a better job/relationship/body/life,” you’re focusing on what you don’t want.
Instead of asking for X “more” dollars, figure out the total you want to make, and set that number your goal.
You’ll see immediate results when you stop comparing to what you don’t want...
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