Money and the Law of Attraction Cards – Esther and Jerry Hicks
“While money is not absolutely essential to your experience, to most people, money and freedom are synonymous. And since an intense awareness of your right to be free is at the very core of that which you are, it follows, therefore, that your relationship with money is one of the most important subjects of your life experience. And so, it is no wonder that you have strong feelings about the subject of money. It is our expectation that as you ponder these cards every day, a new point of attraction will begin to be activated within you, bringing not only more money into your experience, but evidence of your absolute freedom as well.” – Esther and Jerry Hicks

There are numerous manifestations of wealth, and money is but one of them. In fact, abundance is more of a mindset than the accumulation of stuff.

In the 60-card Money and the Law of Attraction deck, the wisdom of Abraham—channeled through Esther Hicks—encourages us to seek joyful experience, focus on wanted things, follow good-feeling thoughts, praise success, see life through the eyes of Source and transform our world. Abraham-Hicks also dispels misperceptions like “financial success requires hard work”, “money is the root of evil”, and that “you need to have money to attract money”.

With dreamy images and pastel borders, the Money and the Law of Attraction Cards feature an affirmation or statement on the front side, while the backs deliver an expanded message from Abraham-Hicks. Some examples include:

• I Can Create Both Money and the Time to Enjoy It “Many of you tell us that you are so busy making your money that you do not have time to enjoy it…for when you rely on your action to create, often you are too tired to enjoy your creation. Once you not only understand the power of your thought but deliberately direct this powerful tool in the direction of things that you desire, then you will discover that the action part of your life is the way you enjoy what you have created through your thoughts.”

• I Can Earn Money by Doing What I Love to Do“As you practice your more positive, better-feeling story, in time your pleasure will become the dominant vibration within you; and then as you couple your pleasure with your means of earning, the two will blend perfectly and enhance each other. There is no better way to earn money than to do the things you love to do. Money can flow into your experience through endless avenues. It is not the choice of the craft that limits the money that flows—but only your attitude towards money.”

• I Can Set My Own Standards for Financial Well-Being“Once you are able to achieve and consistently maintain your personal alignment, a great deal of money will flow into your experience (if that is your desire). Do not let others set the standards about how much money you should have—or about what you should do with it—for you are the only one who could every accurately define that. Come into alignment with who-you-really-are, and allow those things to flow into your experience that life has helped you know that you want.”

A beautifully illustrated deck, the Money and the Law of Attraction Cards contains encouraging, balanced and practical insights on money, work and thriving, as well as appreciating and noticing the wonderfully positive aspects of life.

Below are 15 images from this deck:

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