Spiritual Laws That Increase Wealth, Health, and Happiness

Updated on July 4, 2020
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Sadie Holloway is exploring how to live more intentionally, everyday. Her favorite self-help authors are Deepak Chopra and Julia Cameron.

If you want to increase your luck and live more affluently, you must learn how to think and act like a blessed and prosperous person!

Are people who live happy, prosperous lives luckier than everyone else? Find out how you can be 'luckier' in life, just by changing the way you look at the world.
Are people who live happy, prosperous lives luckier than everyone else? Find out how you can be 'luckier' in life, just by changing the way you look at the world.

How to Attract Good Luck and Wealth

Your spiritual health affects your ability to make money. It also affects how you spend money. Do you spend money wisely or do you spend it foolishly? Do you spend money haphazardly? Or do you try to hoard as much cash as possible, afraid that the next big financial disaster is just around the corner, ready to wipe you out and leave you penniless?

Do you often find yourself asking these money questions?

  • How can I make more money?
  • How can I get a raise at work?
  • How can I save for my retirement?

If so, you're not alone. We all want to live richer, more fulfilling lives.

Thankfully, the spiritual laws that bring you love, joy and happiness are the same laws that can help determine how financially prosperous you are. Here are some tips on how to live a more abundant and affluent life, starting right now!

1. Visualize Abundance

Visualize yourself living an abundant and rich life. Picture having everything you could ever want in your life. What does that look like? What feelings, thoughts and emotions does that dream stir within you? People who can see themselves living a rich life have the capacity to make their financial dreams comes true. Why? Because they believe they deserve it. They know that financial success is something that can be achieved and they know what it looks like.

Being generous and giving to others is one of the best ways to improve your luck in life!
Being generous and giving to others is one of the best ways to improve your luck in life!

2. Change Your Attitude

Can you improve your financial luck, just by changing your attitude? Yes, of course you can! To bring good luck to your bank account, start noticing how you think, feel and act around money. When money lands in your lap unexpectedly (i.e.; a win, a gift, a pay raise), do you give thanks for your money luck? Or do you automatically get suspicious and think, “I’m not a lucky person. I don’t deserve this money. There must be something wrong with it.”

3. Accept Gifts With Grace

To feel blessed and lucky in life, you need to be open to accepting gifts and blessings with grace. When you think you don’t deserve something, even after you worked hard for it, you block the flow of good fortune and providence. What you focus your attention on naturally expands. It doesn’t matter if you choose to focus on your good luck or your bad luck, you will have more of whatever you direct your attention to each and every day. For instance, if you believe you don’t have the time, money or emotional support you need to go after your dreams, those things will be true for you. You won’t have time to go back to school. You won’t have enough money to take a dream vacation. You won’t have a network of close friends who can help you make reach your goals.

4. Define What "Lucky" Really Means

If you want to have better luck with money and love, get clear about what feeling luckier means for you. Would you feel luckier if you could just meet the right person? Would you feel luckier if someone would just stumble upon your creative genius and fund your next big project? Here’s the good news: you don’t need good luck to meet the right person. And you don’t need good luck to be discovered. What you need is a willingness to expand your social networks and meet new people, even if you are shy. And you need to promote yourself so that your creative genius is always on display, ready for people to trip over!

5. Develop a Healthy Relationship With Money

Drawing more wealth and prosperity towards you means having a good money habits. Here are some signs that you have a good relationship with money:

  • You track your money
  • You protect your assets with insurance and good financial advice
  • You avoid debt and you spend your money wisely.

Having a good relationship with money also means you know how and when to give it away to help others in need.

6. Focus Your Attention

What you give your attention to grows. If you focus your attention on how you save your pennies, those pennies will eventually turn into nickels and dimes, then quarters and dollars. Eventually, they'll turn into feelings of financial security and satisfaction. By thinking positively and being grateful for the money you do have, rather than focussing on what you don’t have, you’ll naturally attract more wealth and financial abundance to you.

7. Respect Yourself

This attitude is critical if you want to attract more wealth and prosperity in your life. When you believe in yourself, you tend to take better care of yourself. You eat well, exercise and assert your needs effectively. You know that you are here for a reason. You have talents and skills that no other person on earth possesses. When you value your time and appreciate your worth, you won’t settle for less than you deserve. And that means you will attract more wealth and prosperity to you.

8. You Get What You Give

The more money you give, the more money you have. Your beliefs about money don’t just determine how rich or poor you feel. Your beliefs about money determine how you interact with other people and with the world in general. If you feel that money is something that should be held onto at all costs, you won’t have the capacity to give generously to others. And when you can’t give to others, you’ll never get anything back in return.

Remember these key points for creating wealth and abundance in your life:

  • Your physical health affects your financial health, so take care of yourself. Eat well. Sleep. Get exercise and develop a strong network of friends and family.
  • Strive for continuous improvement in all areas of your life. Keep learning and investing in your personal growth. Upgrade your skills. Take a course in assertive communications. Attend a seminar on how to save and invest your money. Read books on money management. The more you know, the more you (and your money) will grow!
  • Steer clear of toxic emotions that repel prosperity and happiness. Bitterness, envy and jealousy have no place in an abundant and affluent life!

Confucius said, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” Do what you love and the money will follow. Align your beliefs and values with what you do for a living and you will never feel poor again.

Bad vs. Good Money Habits

Bad Money Habits
Good Money Habits
Being miserly
Being charitable
Letting things get cluttered
Being organized
Impatience: I want to buy that now!
Patience: I can wait until I have enough money.
Worry and anxiety
Faith and calmness

Your beliefs and attitudes about wealth and prosperity affect how much money you have. At the same time, these beliefs can also influence how much money you owe other people. Your beliefs can affect how long it takes to pay off debt or save for a dream vacation.

Do you need more money to be happy? Or does feeling rich come from living a spiritually balanced life? Whatever you chose, may good luck and prosperity shine upon you!
Do you need more money to be happy? Or does feeling rich come from living a spiritually balanced life? Whatever you chose, may good luck and prosperity shine upon you!

Our minds influence the key activity of the brain, which then influences everything; perception, cognition, thoughts and feelings, personal relationships; they're all a projection of you.

— Deepak Chopra

This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters.

© 2013 Sadie Holloway


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  • KRS Rathore profile image

    KRS Rathore 

    4 years ago from New Delhi

    Yes it is true. The Law of attraction help us attract the desirable things and circumstances that we thing about in a positive manner. It was nice to read you.

  • AudreyHowitt profile image

    Audrey Howitt 

    7 years ago from California

    I think there is a lot of truth to this! Respect yourself and respect your money


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