Getting Rich Principles - Essential 10 Point Overview To Creating An Abundant Life

By Denise N. Bates

Wattles -- as in Wallace D Wattles -- is author of "The Science of Getting Rich", which is one of the landmark books of the past 100 years. In his book, published in 1910, Wattles teaches getting rich principles which have become the staple of the modern self improvement industry. Napoleon Hill, Earl Nightingale, and Bob Proctor, just to name a few have all written about the "universal secret" and, of course, Rhonda Byrne's film The Secret was inspired by the Wattles science of getting rich principles. To help you better understand the essence of what Wattles says in his book about creating life abundance, here is an essential overview of the ten key science of getting rich principles he describes:

You have the inherent right to live an abundant life. As Wattles explains, this is the natural order of things in the Universe. It's also a mindset that tends to fly in the face of normal social conventions. If you are like most people, your natural tendency is to believe you aren't deserving or worthy. This is the first area for you to focus on if you wish to become rich.There is a natural energy of the universe which is the essence of all creation and this energy is triggered your by thoughts. In other words, thoughts are real things and they are the catalyst to creating anything. First, there is the thought, then the feeling, then the action.The universe is naturally abundant. Rather than being tricked into believing resources are scarce and you must compete for everything, understand that abundance abounds. This frees you to use your creative mind.

He states: "Put poverty behind you, and put all that pertains to it behind you." Being rich, Wattles believes, is the best way anyone can truly help the poor.The Law of Gratitude is an important component of The Science of Getting Rich. Wattles strongly asserts that, even if we are following all other laws, failing to be thankful will keep us stuck in poverty.In other words, if I constantly focus on the negative things happening around me, I "loose ground" and continue to attract more negative things into my life. The concept of gratitude took me a while to grasp, but it is key!Focus on everything that is currently right in your life and thank God, the Universe, or, as Wattles calls it "Intelligent Substance". It doesn't really matter what you call it, just be thankful!To attract what you desire in live you must have a very clear picture of what it is you want, hold onto it in your mind and always be thankful!Meagan Gagnon lives in Ottawa the capital of Canada with her dog Moxy. A fan of the Law of Attraction, she is still trying to figure out how to get it to work,

If you have read part 2 of this article called "The Science of Getting Rich - How Anyone Can Become Rich - Part 2" then you will already have discovered that being creation oriented rather than competitive and; thinking and acting in a Certain Way will result in you becoming rich. Here in Part 3 we further explore practices in the science of getting rich.

In business, the key-thought in all your efforts must be to convey THE IMPRESSION OF INCREASE in other people's minds. Continuous advancement and increase in life is what all men and women are seeking. People are attracted to those who can give them more of the means of life and this attraction will result in you becoming rich. Therefore, no matter how small the transaction, even the selling of a stick of candy, put into it the thought of increase into the mind of the customer. Hold the unshakable faith in yourself, that you are in the way of increase and let it permeate every action. Don't boast of your success or seek power over other men. Beware the competitive mind! What you want for you, you must want for everybody.

Too many cooks have spoilt this broth and we have all gorged on this 'self-help motivational' banquet but in the end we just got mentally fatter rather than intellectually fitter. We got too much information and we got paralysed! We tried everything and got nowhere. We baked a cake that had a bit of Tony Robbins, a hint of Jack Canfield and Bob Procter all drizzled with generous amounts of Rhonda Byrne. The cake was a failure, it didn't rise, it was half-baked! Sound familiar? Know what I mean?

Some cautions and concluding observations - There is no limited supply of wealth. Governments keep the masses in poverty only because the masses allow this to happen by not thinking and acting in a Certain Way. If the masses were to move forward as suggested in this book; all systems would have to modify to accommodate this forward movement. The more men get rich on the competitive plane, the worse for others. Also, don't spend any time worrying about how you will meet possible emergencies. Concern your mind with doing today's work in a perfectly successful manner. No possible combination of circumstance can defeat a man or woman who is proceeding to get rich in the Certain Way.

Guard your speech. Never speak of yourself, your affairs, or of anything else in a discouraged or discouraging way. Never admit the possibility of failure. Never speak of times as being hard, or of business conditions as being doubtful. When you operate on the creative plane, you can create what you want. When others are having hard times and poor business, you will find your greatest opportunities. Train yourself to think of and look upon the world as something which is becoming, growing. Never allow yourself to be disappointed. If you do not receive the thing you want, go on in the Certain Way, and you will receive something so much better. You will see that the seeming failure was really a great success. When you make a "failure", it is because you have not asked for enough! Do not hesitate or waver with fear, go on in full faith.

Chapter 2 is called, "There Is A Science of Getting Rich." In this chapter we learn that getting rich is achieved by doing things in a "certain way." Our suggestion reinforces this in our mind causing us to embrace the belief and make it our own. And further, we need not have material wealth to achieve wealth; we need only do things in a "certain way." This becomes real as we reinforce it using affirmations and hypnosis.So we continue through the book creating affirmations and suggestions for each chapter to make the book a part of our very being so that we don't just approach it with head knowledge but with a deep understanding because it has become a part of us. Success follows this simple method as you move from chapter to chapter enhancing the words and their effects on your being. You will naturally be happy, naturally be positive, naturally be thankful and this is at the core of applying the law of attraction.

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