Law of Attraction 2.0

Sarah Centrella

Author | Life Coach | Motivational Speaker and single mama. I'm a chick on a mission to prove anything is possible for ANYONE. My story featured in the New York Times, Steve Harvey Show and NBC.

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10 Responses

  1. JJ Wong says:

    Doing what we like and feel good about it, the money will eventually comes along. Live towards the target and enjoy it! 🙂

  2. Kat says:

    You have hit on one of my 4 itty words…deservability. The other 3 words that you may harbor doubts about yourself you may consider exploring…ability, believability and permissibility.

  3. Hi Sarah, I relate to you and this article so much and millions of others do also. I too grew up very poor in the projects around drugs and violence. The ghetto if you will. I was always taught that “money doesn’t grow on trees” and that “money is the root of all evil” and that very wealthy people were greedy and took advantage of the poor (who was me and my family). When I became an adult, I did really well for myself (by others’ standards). I moved from my hometown, got my BS and MBA, bought a house at 26 and earn above minimum wage. However, I’ve always lived paycheck to paycheck. So I’ve always had just enough. I am infinite and limitless, so I want and deserve to live the life of my dreams. To me, that is having millions in the bank and helping my family and community while living out my purpose. The law of attraction has taught me that I can have it all. However, I affirm to myself everyday that money is being printed for me right now. I use index cards, vision boards and dream books. Repetition is key, and like you, I am excitedly waiting for the universe to grant my every wish. Wonderful article!

    • It’s crazy that at this age in my life i’m just now seeing that connection, between how I was raised and my adult self. It’s so true! Thank you, and now that you are aware as I am, we can now change it for the better 🙂

  4. I have found that one of the main reasons people focus on money when learning to apply the Law of Attraction is because it is something they can measure.

    Focusing on the experiences and the feelings that you want to manifest in your life is crucial. If you “struggle with money”, then focus on what it is you want–security, a home, travel…this is a very valid way to go. Keep in mind that money is a tool with which we buy other things. What is it that you want that money will provide?

    Since money “wasn’t important” to you, then you continued to attract a lack of money. We must believe that we can achieve what we say we want or we set up a discord in our vibration. If we believe we cannot have something (money, the perfect mate, a big promotion…), or that we do not deserve it, then the LOA will deliver that.

    There is nothing wrong with affirming that you have money in your life and if you were taught that money was for other people or that money (or rich people) is evil, then you have to shift your thinking about what it means to have money.

    You will never attract wealth if you believe rich people are bad–because you know you are good!

  5. Miss Jay says:

    Sarah, this is hitting so close to home right now and I’m in transition just as you are. I am already reaping the benefits with knowing my financial worth, so I know you will continue to grow and prosper.

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