Reiki, money, and balance

My personal fortunes improve as I am more authentic to good energy.

Over and over again, I am learning that as I stay true to who I am and my preferences, success naturally follows.

Reiki and the holistic, new age sensibility have a great deal to say about life providing what we need.

The Law of Attraction is actually an old idea with a new name.

We envision what we want with energy, and we get it. If we fear something, we get that, because the fear had energy. If there is greater energy behind what we want than what we fear, we tend to get what we want rather than what we fear.

And so it was that I did not want to be an ordinary psychologist, and I did not get it. I feared becoming a worker of little distinction, and I got that. Then I decided to stop fearing anything, but overextended myself until I feared getting sick.

Of course, I got sick, because we get what we fear.

Now I am back to fearing nothing, and just being excited about the possibilities of the future. The possibilities are presenting themselves. It is amazing how well this works.

We fear having a lack. We overextend. We get sick.

We relax, we get excited, we work on projects that invigorate us, and good fortune comes.

And the money just follows when we are doing what is authentic.

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About Dr. R. Wolf Shipon

Dr. R. Wolf Shipon (Dr. Why Not?!) is a human performance expert and licensed psychologist in NY and NJ who mobilizes people to make no-excuses, immediate change. He has extensive training and certification in neurolinguistic programming (NLP) consults with executives all over the world.
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2 Responses to Reiki, money, and balance

  1. Reed says:

    Hi Randolph – I think authentic thought and action is vital in developing a sense of wellbeing and finding joy in everyday things. To often we get caught up in doing and being some other persons narrative 🙂

  2. reikiday says:

    I could not agree more. Thanks for the comment, Reed!

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