My friend, Sandra, braced herself for bad news. It was worse. Not only was her car needing repairs, the cost was so high, it was better to just get another car!
“How am I going to have enough money to get another car?” she asked me.
I’ve gone through tough times about money, too.
A number of Wiccans I know are lovely people but talk with them long enough and they talk a lot about not having enough money.
What is going on with Wiccans and having troubles about prosperity?
I’ve even talked with a number of elders in our community. They’re talking about fears about getting older. Where will they live, and how will they live when they’re pushed out of the workforce?
Are there too many of us Wiccans hesitating about calling upon the God and Goddess for help in terms of prosperity?
And I even hear about Wiccan friends who say, “You know, I don’t have much. But somehow I get what I need. Hey, I found a bus pass today. It was just laying there on the sidewalk.”
Here’s the point of this post: Two things . . . call upon the Gods and ask for abundance.
Is that so hard?
Apparently, it is.
And here’s the third vital element: Ask for guidance about how you can serve in better ways so that people want to hire you and provide more money. Not just enough to survive—but an abundance so you can thrive!
I know that this might seem uncomfortable.
I’m uncomfortable about money, too.
But then I remember that we Wiccans are on a spiritual path. Such a path is about serving AND receiving.
One of my friends keeps talking about how “we live in an AND-universe.”
So let’s use that idea: “We serve AND we receive abundance.”
Ask the Gods to help your magick.
So what kind of magick can be used to increase your prosperity?
Again, I want to emphasize in this post. Don’t just ask to “get by.”
Ask for guidance so you can manifest financial abundance by being of more service.
A friend of a friend worked for UPS. And the guy loved building furniture. So he kept the UPS job and, on the weekends, built furniture.
He had more abundance.
That sounds good to me.
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