Are you aware of how valuable time really is? There really is not such thing as the past or future. Our only point of reference for time currently is the present moment, and we can use this to our advantage by focusing on it instead of letting it pass us by in life without us truly living. Just imagine how your life could be if you had more money to spend and didn’t struggle with giving yourself permission to spend it freely?
Here’s 5 ways you can remove your money blocks and stop stressing about the future:
1. Say Affirmations to Change Your Financial Reality
One of the best ways to change your financial reality is by using affirmations. Affirmations are a way to focus on what you want to happen in life, and by using them, you can be more mindful of your current financial situation.
Affirmations can also help you gain a new perspective on the things that you may have been struggling with financially for a long time. By saying positive affirmations repeatedly, it is like programming yourself with the right ideas about money and how to handle it.
Say out loud all affirmations that can serve you to change your financial reality. Replace all old beliefs that are useless to you and have created many blockages in your path of manifesting money. Repeat affirmations several times a day.
Be conscious of the words you pronounce. What do they mean to you? What do you feel about them? Do you believe in what you say? Affirmations are a powerful tool to change your reality and experience financial freedom and change old benefits. As you say affirmations, you become more aware of the power of the present moment.
Meditation is the best technique by which you can become aware of the present moment. It will help your mind calm the noise of thoughts and relax. Over time, meditating will teach you how to control thoughts that do not serve you and strengthen your focus.
Meditation Best Practices
Set aside at least 10 minutes each day to meditate. It would be best if it is in the morning. It can be meditation in silence, guided meditation, or relaxing music with the vibration of money in the background. You can also combine meditation with visualization.
Practice strengthening and pointing your focus. If you find it challenging to keep focus, you can try different exercises like guided meditation, yoga, coloring meditation, and meditating while listening to music.
3. Practice Mindfulness
Mindfulness is the practice of being aware of the present moment and accepting one’s feelings and thoughts without judging them. Studies show mindfulness improves mental health, stress levels, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, and happiness.
Although mindfulness has been around for centuries, it has only recently seen a rise in popularity in recent years. It is now becoming standard practice in many companies and schools.
What makes mindfulness so popular? There are multiple reasons why people are attracted to mindfulness today. Some people can benefit from the practice because they feel overwhelmed by modern life and find peace by being mindful daily. Other people may be drawn to the benefits of meditation as part of their spiritual journey or as an aid for pain management or coping with anxiety.
Mindfulness-based approaches involve cultivating skills such as attention regulation, self-compassion, acceptance, mindfulness, non-judgmental awareness, calmness, or serenity. You can use these skills to help reduce stress levels in various aspects of life.
Try these exercises in mindfulness:
- While taking a shower, close your eyes and feel the water. Be aware of it and how you feel.
- As you drink water, focus as it slides down your throat how it quenches that thirsty feeling.
- When your child comes to hug you, set your phone aside, close your eyes and be conscious of that moment.
- You can try to count your steps on a short walk.
- Body scan: Lie down on your back with your arms outstretched and palms up. Breathe deeply into your belly for a few seconds, then slowly scan left to right across each body part and then the left with your awareness. Notice what comes up for you.
There are a variety of techniques to strengthen focus and practice to be present now. The benefits of focusing on the present moment are many. It will teach you how to control your thoughts and reduce anxiety as well as stress management. It is also an important part of mindfulness practices such as meditation, which will improve your mental health overall.
Exercises To Be in the Present
Know everything you do, you do in the present moment. The beginning of reading this article is now a part of the past. We bring the past and the future into the present with our thoughts and words.
4. Focus Your Thoughts
When it comes to manifesting money, focus on the current thoughts and choose which ones lead you towards manifesting money.
Many people think of manifesting money because of doing specific things like attending a certain seminar or reading a book. But when you focus on the present thoughts, your actions will focus on what you are already doing and help your manifestation process move forward quickly.
The most important thing is to have faith in the process that is taking place. You should start by focusing on making better decisions with discipline and intention. And from there, your manifestation will be able to follow suit easily without any struggle.
5. Observe Nature as a Form of Meditation
Nature is an amazing place to find peace and harmony. There are several reasons why nature can be a great place for meditation, but one of them is that it’s not crowded like most places in the world.
Many people are drawn to nature for its serenity and calming effect on the mind. However, some people can never get enough of nature as they find it better than other things they try.
An hour of quality time spent in a park or forest or by the river, lake, or sea can help you become more aware of your thoughts, strengthen your focus, release negative energy, and help breathe fresh air.
In addition to walking, you can try watching the water or trees sway in the wind. Watch the water flow. Imagine the thoughts that do not serve you, slowly flowing somewhere far away. Observing nature is one type of meditation.