The Statement:

"This week I will experience a Miracle having to do with Money."



Rule 1. When the Miracle happens, in some way acknowledge it.

Rule 2. Repeat the statement only when you are in doubt or fear, AND after Rule 1.

Rule 3. keep the integrity of the statement.


Commentary on the rules:

Rule 1. This can be tricky---it is actually a training in the "new vision." Can you "see" the miracle when it comes? This will be more clear when you learn about the phrase "having to do with money" below. One may simply say, "Aha, here is a miracle having to do with money!"

Rule 2. This statement is not an affirmation that is to be repeated constantly! Say it, and let it go to work. If, however, you find that something disturbing occurs to bring in doubt that this will work, or a fear about money arises, then firmly repeat the statement, and again let it go. As soon as you have acknowledged a Money Miracle, repeat the statement this way, "And this week I will experience another Miracle having to do with money!"

Rule 3. In simple terms what this means is to say the Statement as it is written above, without making any changes or additions. Please do not “paraphrase,” edit, or elaborate beyond the words given. [Exception noted in Rule 2] Changing the Statement will result in the process not working. If you share this with others, include all directions.


purpose of the phrases:

"This week". These words accomplish two purposes; the first is to create a known framework of time in which the Miracle will occur. Without these words the time is too vague, encouraging doubts to arise. The second purpose is to fool the inner "judge" who has no faith in abundance. This "judge" is of the ego and encourages our fears around money. However, this "judge" tends to be lazy; upon hearing "this week," it sets up a strategy to send out doubt and fear messages three or four days after the statement is made. In actuality the Money Miracle will occur much sooner, thus getting around the tactics of the "ego-judge."

"I will". This is NOT a future tense verb. It is an expression of personal will phrased in such a way as to again fool the ego. If there is one word in this statement that is to be emphasized it is the word will!

"Experience". When one receives and then sees the Miracle, there is a real "aha!" reaction in the body.

"A Miracle". It is critical to have no expectation of the source or the amount of the Money Miracle. Do not think, "Now I will get a raise" or "Now I will win the lottery." A penny on the floor can be as much a Miracle having to do with money as an unexpected refund from the IRS for $850! Acknowledge the penny (which appears primarily to let you know that the technique does work, and you need not be in fear) and then repeat the statement per Rule 2.

"Having to do with Money". It is easy to see a Money Miracle when it involves actual currency, and more difficult when you receive something of value that did not require an exchange of "green pieces of paper." Once acclimated to acknowledging unexpected money as a "Miracle," you will find the process may change---you begin to receive things at no cost. (Being taken out to lunch, a set of books, a free ticket to a concert.) This phrase is the one most associated with Rule 1---if it does not directly involve cash, check or money order, are you able to perceive that the Money Miracle has occurred?