The Timing Light: Prosperity Creation through Timing and Tangibility
We've all heard stories about people who come into large sums of money and promptly lose it. This is a problem with acceptance. Simply, it was too much, too fast. It is far more rare to hear of someone who steadily and consistently increases their income losing it. Because the subconscious mind has time to grow familiar with the experience of steadily increasing abundance, there is no need to sabotage the process.
Another aspect of this is the subconscious mind's "believability factor". It is far easier for the subconscious to swallow this new approach to prosperity a small piece at a time. Allowing the process to occur in simple steps permits the Universe to cooperate solidly, with substance. This is because the subconscious can grasp the change more solidly and with greater substance.
Begin your visualizations with the next logical step upward in your lifestyle. See that next chunk of prosperity manifesting as a bit more luxury, a bit more relief from financial stress. Make it comfortable for yourself. When you see the change occurring in your life, then envision the next step up and again, make it comfortable. As you continue doing this you will probably find that larger steps are comfortable and don't bring up so many inner objections.
Being gentle with yourself in your prosperity work is very important in gaining success. Doing violence to your own inner logic accomplishes nothing. Stretch yourself of course, but allow it to be a natural growth process. So turn on your timing "light" for prosperity destiny and vision for manifestation.
Here is an inspirational poem written by one of our great thinkers, Jessie B. Rittenhouse.
I bargained with Life for a penny,
and Life would pay no more,
however, I begged at evening
when I counted my scanty store.
For Life is a just employer,
He gives you what you ask,
but once you have set the wages,
why, you must bear the task.
I worked for a menial's hire,
only to learn, dismayed,
that any wage I had asked of Life,
He would have willingly paid.
-- Jessie B. Rittenhouse, American poet and author, (1869 - 1948)