What you think about you bring about.

If you’re stressing about something, you’re only going to perpetuate that thing. One of the most common things we stress about is money, whether we have a lot of it or not. But if you’re living in lack, and you’re focusing on that fact that you don’t think you have enough money, you’ll only perpetuate that shortfall.

Can you live in love instead of lack?

With respect to money, it’s hard to ignore the feeling of not having enough. But one way would be to live in love with the life you live now. If you’re reading this, odds are you’re living pretty well, relative to the world as a whole. You have a computer. You’re probably enjoying air-conditioning. You might even have a job. And a roof over your head. Can you find the joy and the love in the life you lead? Can you live in gratitude for the things you do have and the privileges you enjoy? Can you be truly grateful?

When you let go of that feeling of lack, your energetic vibration surrounding the thing you thought you were lacking will actually rise. And you’ll be in a much better position to attract the very thing of which you don’t think you have enough.

Not only do put yourself in attraction mode, but you’ll feel better, too. Living in love and gratitude will feel much better than living in the curmudgeonly state of perpetual lack. You’ll probably find you’ll be happier and more content. And people around you will reflect that happiness and contentment.

If you have a subject that makes you uncomfortable when you think about it, it means there is strong desire related to it. Which means it really, really, really matters. So finding a way to think about it and feel good is your work. But it is equally effective to think about anything else and feel good, and let it in. You don’t have to think about money in order to let in money. You just can’t think about lack of money, to let in money.

— Abraham