3 Spiritual Laws of Money and Wealth-Building

Using these strategies allows you to have a solid foundation when you navigate your money life.

When you’re looking to get out of the doldrums in your financial life, it’s crucial that you reshape your mindset and the energy you give money. 

Believe it or not, there are some spiritual laws that dictate money and the way you use it. 

Yes, contrary to popular belief, money and business is a spiritual game. In fact, Tony Robbins often calls it the highest-level spiritual game we play on earth. If you want to learn more about these spiritual laws, and how to manifest money in your life and take care of the money that you bring in, read on. 

Redefine Your Perception of Money

If you define money as something troublesome and problematic that people stab each other in the back for, then surprise-surprise — you may find it difficult to hold onto money in your life. 

The problem is that most of these beliefs are subtle and subconscious and typically garnered in childhood. Old habits die hard, but your first step is to reshape your perception of money. 

Money is not everything but never shy away from the desire for money. Reframe it as a tool you’ll use to create the life you want and help other people. Uncover the limiting beliefs that you have regarding money, and you’ll be better able to live a life of financial freedom. 

Watch How You Talk and Think About Money


It’s a word that is so subtle, and one that gets thrown around to the point that you don’t even know that it’s a defeatist statement. Instead, reframe your terminology so that there’s no emotional attachment to your current state of lack. 

To take it a step further, don’t even use the word “spend” when it comes to money. If you spend it, the underlying assumption is that it’s gone and never coming back. But what if you “use” money as the tool it is? Better yet, what if you “circulate” money?

Since the law of reciprocity dictates that you receive what you give, it’s only right that you can expect to attract money back to you when you consciously circulate it, while always leaving yourself open to receive it. 

Journal and Visualize the Financial Life You Want 

Finally, always take steps toward planning your financial future. 

Keeping a money journal is a great way to track your goals and objectives. For instance, if your goal of financial freedom involves getting out of debt, you can use your journal to map out goals like pulling your credit report, lowering your credit card annual fees, and coming up with a budget. 

What’s more, you’ll start to attract the life you want when you can truly envision it. Take time out to meditate and see and feel yourself living the life of your dreams, and you’ll be driven to go out and achieve it. 

Consider these tips so that you can make the most of your financial life with these three spiritual principles. 

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