Manifesting Prosperity

Manifesting Prosperity

by Taylor Ellwood (Editor)


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Manifesting Prosperity: A Wealth Magic Anthology features essays on how to manifest a successful relationship with wealth and prosperity. If you're tired of being "the poor pagan", check out the essays on both practical and magical techniques to help you stop living hand to mouth-without taking advantage of others. With essays by notable magicians such as Jozef Karika, Andrieh Vitimus, Nick Farrell, Kenaz Filan, Psyche, and many more. Manifesting Prosperity offers a variety of perspectives on wealth magic and how to make it work in your life!
In this book you will learn about:
How to use Neuro-Linguistic Programming to change your attitude about wealth
How to approach wealth from a place of abundance instead of a place of poverty
Create sigils out of the money in your wallet
How to create a collage to attract wealth into your life
The wealth magician's allies and how to work with them
And much more.

We can't guarantee you'll get rich quick, but we can offer you a unique combination of ideas for manifesting a prosperous life!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781905713158
Publisher: Immanion Press
Publication date: 02/08/2008
Pages: 184
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.42(d)

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marymuse on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Manifesting Prosperity brings a diverse collection of essays which ultimately follow a unifying theme. From discussions to how pagans view wealth, and how frankly most pagans fall on the "barely making it" end of the wealth spectrum, to discussing our various feelings towards money and monetary systems, this anthology gets to the heart of the matter: our perceptions about money directly affect our potential to make it. If we think there's something "bad" or "immoral" about having money, then our higher self will keep us from doing so because we think it's bad. It's a never ending prophecy which we fulfill on a daily basis.There will be a point of view in this anthology for everyone, no matter the pantheon or tradition a pagan follows. Though a couple of the essays made my eyes glaze over (and I'm a Capricorn who is into finance and money), for the most part I found this to be a very entertaining and fascinating read. It's given me a few ideas, and I can't wait to start revitalizing my relationship with money through ritual practice.