The day after I did the Symbolic Solutions workshop last month, I used the core process to help myself reach higher levels of financial abundance.
In this variation of the process, I relaxed into a light alpha level, and asked my subconscious mind to show me a memory which was preventing me from attracting greater financial abundance.
To my surprise, I saw a picture of the house I grew up in. Now, I knew that I had grown up in humble surroundings, but I never associated the house itself with any issues. Apparently, my subconscious did.
So, I made a conscious choice to change that. Within my mind, I set an intention to alter the memories stored there.
Instead of a humble home, I decided to repaint the scene as if I had grown up in a mansion, complete with in-ground pool, fancy cars, and all the money that is generally associated with that lifestyle.
For a few minutes (no more than 10 minutes), I imagined what my life would have been like had I grown up in that type of house, with that type of lifestyle, and the self-image I would expect to come out of it.
Right away, I noticed that I felt different.
(Remember, I’m the guy who has been teaching how to change your beliefs about yourself, your life, and what you can expect.)
As I searched for a key difference, I noticed that I saw life from a different perspective. While I had suspected before that Life could be viewed as a game, I also felt that in many ways, Life was a school in which we were to learn how to master our belief systems.
After going through this process, I came out of it with a firm conviction that Life really is nothing more than a game, and our objective here is simply to have the experience.
Closely related to this, I also found that I understood a few things that had eluded me before.
For instance, there are quite a few folks online who claim what I would have called ridiculous values for the things they offer. The classic example (for me) was a series of 4 brief emails that John Assaraf claimed was worth $97. Before, I compared them to any $15 book, which contains much more information, and would help a lot more people.
I completely understand that now.
Did you ever play “Store” as a child? The game is simple. You collect a bunch of items around the house, and you sell them to the other kids, for whatever price you want to claim. A can of beans might sell for $1000, or a t-shirt might be priced at $10,000.
The prices don’t matter, because it’s just a game.
If the other kids want to play with you, they’ll pay the price, because after all, the money isn’t real either.
“Rich Dad, Poor Dad” author, Robert Kiyosaki, talks about this idea in his books, that rich folks see money differently than poor folks.
This is why purses can be sold for $500 or more, when they aren’t much different from the $50 purses sold at “normal” department stores.
It’s why certain brands are worth paying extra for, because they are the kids folks with money want to play with.
To be a brand that attracts folks with money, do whatever you can to create a fun experience for your customers, and feel free to claim whatever price you want for what you sell.
If they want to play with you, they’ll pay your prices.
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I’d love to have you come play with me in Egypt this November.