DECLARATION 15: "I am an excellent receiver. I am open and willing to receive massive amounts of money into my life."
According to Harv:
"Rich people are excellent receivers.Poor people are poor receivers."
This is from T. Harv Eker's Wealth File number ten. If you are poor at receiving, you won't receive. Whether you are worthy or not is all a made-up story. Nothing has meaning except for the meaning you give it. Harv says you determine if you are worthy, professionally speaking. It's your perspective, and only you will live your story. It is up to you if you want to change your story.Ultimately, it is good to give AND receive. If someone wants to give and you will not receive, you stop that energy flow. And if you aren't willing to receive it, someone else is! If you don't receive it, you are training your mind not to believe this. Harv gleefully states, "If someone isn't willing to receive something offered, send it to me!" When given a compliment, fully receive it and don't compliment back. Allow yourself to receive it completely. Harv suggests that to change; you must first nurture yourself. Consciously train yourself how to receive the best life has to offer. Harv says to value your worthiness and strengthen your receiving muscle. He says to get excited about making money and even declares, "I am a Money Magnet!". First, expand your receiving box, then watch it get filled. "An empty space will always be filled," says Harv. "How you do anything is how you do everything." It's ok to allow yourself to get rich...then help others.
A Book in Time's Commentary:
Professionally: While I may not fully align with Harv's words, I agree it is not always easy to be a receiver, and sometimes it takes deliberate learning how to feel comfortable with receiving. It is often easy to become a little too self-reliant. "There is strength in numbers" is an old cliche concluding that the more people present to contribute to a task, the less demand for time and energy. Be committed to having what you desire in life, and expect to work hard and be determined to get there. Keep a vision in sight every day of something to move towards. I have found this encouraging, providing purpose and motivation in striving towards a goal.
Personally: It is wonderful to be independent. However, routinely refusing the help of others may cause a falling away from a relationship. Sometimes accepting help may make you feel vulnerable or may lead to feelings of guilt. It is valuable to know that accepting help is not a sign of weakness. It's essential to find the source of discomfort causing the resistance. Is it pride? Or maybe guilt? Think about it from the other person's perspective. Not accepting their offer is sending them a message of rejection. Letting it be a win-win for the giver and the receiver is okay.
Spiritually: There will always be opportunities for you to reveal your own passions and determination. When complimented, say "thank you" and mean it. Be grateful for all you currently have, even your challenges. Challenges are opportunities for letting go of negativism and creating new and empowering beliefs. And it is reassuring to know you are not alone.
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