Manifestation affirmation

QUESTION: I have the intention to manifest an income of $4,000 a month. I want to write an affirmation that states that. I do not want to name how it will come to me. How could I word this?                                   ~Judi

ANSWER: The situation you find yourself in at the moment is the result of your currently firing belief systems. They tell you how much you believe you can make and how you are prevented from accumulating any additional wealth.

Belief systems are the control valves of people’s everyday life. They restrict behavior to the parameters that have been accepted as fact. Most people are unaware that they even have belief systems, which began to crystallize when they were children, dependent on others and capable of being molded to their wishes. After a while such beliefs just existed and were never questioned.

To change your reality you need to change your accepted belief systems. The files are contained within your brain and must be overwritten with your own desires. It takes many repetitions of the new beliefs to completely cover up all the times you have accepted the old beliefs as absolutes.

The easiest way to accomplish this is by repeating an affirmation that expresses your desired life change. It must be specific enough to be different from and not confused with the past, and not so specific that you are restricted to only one possible outcome. For this reason we suggest your affirmation include the phrase “this or something better, greater, or more.”

The affirmation must be in the present tense, not the future tense. If you use future tense you are saying that you are happy to have it in the future and the future is always later. A possibility for your desired result could be “I am receiving $4000 or more per month.” This would allow it to come from work, inheritance, or a lottery win. You must then continue to work in some area that will allow your income to increase, purchase an occasional lottery ticket, etc.

But know that the one thing that can interfere with any affirmation is a conflict with a life lesson that you chose to learn.