One of the questions I get asked most often is a variation of “Can you give me a remedy to bring in money… fast?”
Pick and choose from this list, or use them all!
I mean it. You’ll hear me say it over and over, but it works. By opening your space to allow for more and better things to arrive, your life will shift. Be mindful of not allowing decluttered spaces to become a vacuum of items and junk just falling into place.
Allow for more and better!
Get a wallet you love that is easy to use:
I bought myself a wallet for my birthday, and it was so pretty when it showed up, but the workmanship was not all that good, so it wore out super quickly. Every time I picked up, tried to use (emphasis on tried), or put away my wallet, somewhere in my mind I was agitated that the quality wasn’t better, and that it wasn’t working. After the company replaced my wallet 3 times in 6 months, they pulled the product because they were replacing so many because surprise the wallet wasn’t well made.
If you are in the same situation, in any manner, ditch your crap wallet.
Find one you love. I found an Italian Leather wallet that was perfect for me. It zips on two sides and there is room for my iPhone inside. I often carry just my clutch/wallet rather than a whole purse, so I need something more than say, a money clip. You want a feeling of love, ease, and abundance every time you use your wallet. Just don’t buy a wallet so expensive that you have no money left to put in it, and remember to keep your wallet closed. Constantly leaving your wallet open is like giving your money permission to just leave.
$108 in wallet:
The number 9 is considered highly auspicious. 108 is sacred for a number of reasons, including that it is the natural division of circles, and it is a multiple of the number 9. You can check out more reasons here but, the tip here is to keep $108 dollars in a red envelope in your wallet to draw in more abundance.
Mountain of wealth:
This tip comes directly from my friend and mentor, Tanya Janke at Feng Shui for the Om. Tanya is an amazing Feng Shui Practicioner and Designer in Colorado, plus she is the Membership Director for the International Feng Shui Guild. She gets all my love and all my hugs.
Take 8 river rocks and paint them gold. Stack them in a mountain by your front door. Tanya suggests placing them to the right of the door, as you are facing the door. I have used this cure a number of times to great success. The day after I placed this cure at my own house the first time, I had $5,800 deposit into my account from a new client account that I didn’t realize was going to accept my contract.
Tanya used spray paint and got a very solid gold look. I used outdoor acrylics, squirted into a plastic bag, and then pressed them onto the rocks. I got a very natural look using this method. Use either, depending on how you want your mountain of wealth to look. I also, on occasion, add a layer of silver paint marbled in and get a really cool mottled stone look.
I sweep around my mountain about once a week, and clean and re-stack the rocks if needed.
Abundance bowl (In the Southeast if possible):
Abundance bowls are one of my favorite tips. You can use any type of dish or bowl. White, silver, and gold dishes or bowls are best. Things to include are paper money, coins, gold ingots, iron pyrite, 8 pieces of citrine, 8 pieces of aventurine, 8 mini riverstones painted gold using the same method as the Mountain of Wealth cure.
I also have a maneki-neko cat in my abundance bowl. These beckoning cats are often seen in Chinese or Japanese restaurants. The left paw raised attracts money, the right paw raised is for protection. Both hands raised can be used to draw in and keep money protected.
Make sure to freshen your bowl by adding new money or pieces on occasion.
Green Flowers or live plants (In the Southeast if possible):
Any life in the Southeast Abundance area of your home is highly valuable. Choose plants you love and will tend to. Make sure they are watered and healthy, and they will provide you with fresh oxygen, removal of toxins, and a happy feeling when you see them.
Jade plants and Bamboo are always popular options. Think outside the box and schedule a free session with me below if you want to talk ideas or want to know more about how many stalks of bamboo you’d like!
Write out your intention in a red envelope:
Write out your goal and intention. Write it down every week. I see this repeated over and over. People simply do not use this tool enough. One of my business mentors suggests writing out the goal on a post-it note, example: “Book 5 consults this week.” and keep that note visible everytime you work for the whole week. Celebrate when you achieve your intention.
To amplify your intention, Place your intention in your daily journal or notebook where you will see it daily. You can also keep a silver envelope or box in the northwestern part of your house or office with intentions, wish lists, and thank you (in advance) notes.
Show gratitude for all of your blessings! Some people like to have their phone notifications make a cha-ching sound every time they get a Paypal notifications. Others take a moment to say “Thank you. More of this please.”
Another way to show gratitude is to share, gifting or tithing to charities or causes you believe in. (Pet rescues get my gratitude money!)
Added Tip from My Mentor, Tina Falk of VIA Feng Shui:
GREAT TIPS!! I like to boil water in a tea pot on my stove…pointing the spout towards the center of my house.
Let it whistle loud and make some luscious tea to drink.
What do you have to add?
Do you have any money cures to make the dollars flow in? I’d love to hear them and how these work for you.
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She has extensively studied Chinese medicine, Chinese face-reading, Nine Star Ki, and energy healing, as well as traditional design, and psychology.
A life-time student of life, Erica loves to read and learn new things. When she's not on the phone with her clients, you might find her at a locally owned coffee shop (not drinking coffee), or at one of the local libraries.
She lives just outside Nashville, Tennessee with her husband David, and her daughter, Riley, 4 cats: Princess Pudding Puff, the Scottish Fold, Niko, the chatty Russian Blue, Duchess, the dumpster cat, and David's kitten, Eva Marie.
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