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The Prosperity Game

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Welcome to our newest project. It's called the Prosperity Game. This game is one of several exercises shared by Esther and Jerry Hicks in their newest book "Ask and It Is Given". Their other books include "The Law of Attraction" and "The Power of Deliberate Intent".

This game works best when:

  • You want to expand your ability to imagine.
  • You want to add more clarity or specificity to your desire.
  • You want to enhance the flow of money into your experience.
  • You want to enhance the flow of abundance with respect to a variety of things.

The Universe makes no distinction between the vibration you offer in response to what you are living and the vibration that you offer in response to what you are imagining, so this Prosperity Game Process is a powerful tool for shifting your vibrational point of attraction.

In this project, we will begin by establishing an imaginary checking account. In other words, there will be no actual bank involved, but you will make deposit entries and check withdrawals just as if it were an actual account. You could use an old checkbook system that is no longer in use, an accounting program in your computer, or you could even manufacture a complete system by using the graphics below, printing them out, and "making" your own check book. It will be best if you can make this process "feel" as real as possible.

On the first day, (tomorrow), deposit $1000. And spend it. In other words, make a $1,000 deposit entry into your checkbook register, then write out checks to spend those dollars. You could spend your money all in one place, using one check, or you could spend it for several different things, using several different checks. The point of the game is to have fun thinking about what you would like to purchase, and to enjoy the process of actually writing out the checks.

Be descriptive on the memo portion of the check. For example: "for a beautiful writing pen" or "great running shoes" or "Membership in a health spa". You can save some if it for another day, however you are encouraged to do your best to spend it all because on the following day, you will be making another wonderful deposit.

Each day, as the project progresses, we will be doubling our deposits. So it will look like this:

  • Day one - deposit $1,000
  • Day two - deposit $2,000
  • Day three - deposit $4,000
  • etc

Continuing on each day, depositing, spending, playing, imagining, and enjoying the game of thinking how much fun it will be when you do this with your regular checking account. And the benefit is that not only will you have the benefit of an expanded imagination, but your point of attraction will shift, and your life experience will then shift as well. Not only will your financial situation improve, but all manner of things that you have focused upon with pleasure will begin to flow into your experience.

Each day I will be posting pictures of and links to various fun luxury items to help stimulate our imagination and keep the game interesting. If I happen on to any exercises or quotes that might be helpful, I will be sharing them along the way as well.

Here are some graphics you can download and use if you would like to print your own checks etc. Here's how: Click on the image to enlarge it, save it to your "my documents" folder (or whatever folder you choose), and then print on your printer.


Anonymous said...

Wouldn't you know it? When I decluttered my office I threw away several boxes of outdated checks. It seems like every time I throw something away... I will FOR SURE need it or want it really really soon. It will either be useful, or worth something... So what's that all about? huh?

Scruffyhippo said...

Well I'm with you on it :) at the moment this is quite relevant as I am trying to build up my construction business to take on larger projects so the fun part is saving the money and seeing it build up for me :)

Shirley Twofeathers said...

Hey great! We're glad to have you. Sometime this weekend, I'll add links to your sites to "Our Friends" link list.

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