I have owned a copy of this book in the past. I remember it on my bookshelves, and I have a quotation from it written inside one of my note books which I am still using to list my gratitudes. But I don’t think I’d read it all the way to the end and I certainly hadn’t put into practice the wisdom contained in it, or not with any regularity anyhow.
And because of the I am, I am, I am in the title fitting in with other reading and spiritual development I’m doing right now, I remembered the book and ordered another copy.
It arrived on Monday lunchtime, so immediately deciding to implement a new habit based on something I’d learned from Dr Joe Dispenza during last weekend’s live streaming of Hay House’s I Can Do It from Washington D.C., I took the afternoon off and read the book from cover to cover before bedtime, implementing my learnings.
I’d advocate getting your hands on a copy, of course, but here’s what the book had me do. Due to shortage of time and space here I’m leaving out some bits and vital bits they are too which is why you need to read for yourself.
1. Work out what you want and list those things in a spiral bound shorthand notebook, leaving plenty of space between each line and each section of the process. Use the paper like the wealthy person you already are.
2. Write that list in the present tense. Do not use such language as “I want” as that leaves you in a space of wanting indefinitely, you manifest wanting instead of achieving your desires, having them, driving them, living in them, holding them in your hands.
3. Then detail that list, again in the present tense. I have a beautiful new car etc. with full descriptions of each bit you want, each on a new line. There’s plenty of paper in our world, remember? And we can afford lots of it, easily.
4. Visualise what you want. Get excited. See it. Feel it.
5. Detach from how, when and where it manifests. That’s not your job.
6. Focus on Abundance.
7. Get out of the way and allow manifestation while you have fun doing something else. Allow for divine timing. Be open to receive.
8. Tithe 10% of everything which comes your way, even if you are feeling a bit skint right now, especially if you are feeling a bit skint right now. THIS BIT IS NON-NEGOTIABLE. If you resist tithing, don’t bother to read the book or do what it recommends. End of. No wriggle room here.
9. Keep the faith.
10. Ask for help if you need it by writing a letter to God, or your divine self, or your higher self or something outside of your humanity. Surrender to the Universal Mind.
11. Claim your wealth and it will come to you.
12. Trust the Universe to provide for you. Always.
I can’t tell you what an injustice I’ve done to this magical little book in summarising it swiftly for your convenience. It’s joyful to read, very readably written and dotted with a few inspirational stories and people along the way.
I was reading while lying on my bed so I had to get up off the bed and pop back to my office at regular intervals, to find a notebook, to write my list, to detail my list, and tithe in trust despite feeling a bit brassic on Monday. I gave a fiver to 750words.com and paid £150 to someone who had helped me in my property business. Tithing is distinct from charity, do that too by all means, but do it separately.
We are tithing to the Good Spiritual Work of Creation. Send your tithe where you feel you receive spiritual guidance. If you are not supporting the source of your own spiritual growth, you might not be getting the greatest personal benefit, you can send your tithe to anyone, an individual, an organisation, a group of individuals or an institution. Decide who you feel is doing that Good Spiritual Work of Creation.
This gives you quite a lot of latitude and the book gives lots of examples. I’ve already worked out where I want my next tithes to go. And next time it won’t be £155, it will be £4,000.
I’ve done tithing in the past and it always created more abundance for me. Giving is receiving and vice versa. I’ve taught clients and friends to do it. It always worked for them too. Tithing is your key to unlimited success, it’s the single most important thing you can do to guarantee that success. It’s a Universal Law. It’s the single most important thing to get from this book and from this blog.
I did it on Monday afternoon.
And the miracles started to happen on Tuesday. I did write my list, I did detail the things I wanted, I did write my Success Covenant and my letter to God and I did the tithing. The No 1 item on my Wish List was “the successful and speedy resolution of all open-ended business transactions including (but not limited to) …” and then I went on to list at least five financial projects which have been keeping me in limbo for the past 18 months.
On Tuesday I received written confirmation of the imminent payment to me of the best part of £50,000 I’ve been waiting and waiting and waiting for and verbal news of the acceleration of the largest of the other five projects which caused more excitement this end. I’m re-reading the book a second time in order to simplify and fine-tune the system so I can hard-wire it. I am grateful and I really enjoyed doing the tithing and sharing my abundance, sending my largess out into the world where it would do good. I cannot wait to put this into practise again this coming weekend in a Cashflow game I’m playing.
It was Dave Scarlett who originally introduced me to tithing and told the story of what it had done for him when he found himself at a low financial ebb once in his life. Mark Victor Hansen has written about the Miracle of Tithing and if you Google “Mark Victor Hansen The Miracle of Tithing” you can find all sorts of links to free copies of his report. Here’s one for starters but by the time you read this blog post, that link may no longer be live. Be warned, just Google it.
Buy the book. There’s a secret bonus for those who do.
Let me know how you get on.
Let me know if you’d like to join in a group experiment of us all doing it together and supporting each other.
Sing the song. Yes, there’s a song. You are only allowed to sing it for 7 days and I won’t say more than that for now, but it’s a terrific fun way to finish the book and have a song to sing for the next week while you are getting into action. Marion laughed when I sang it to her but it was good natured laughter and there’s another gift.
I’m Rich Beyond My Wildest Dreams, I am, I am, I am.