Yesterday marked 56 years since we made the switch from needing two shillings to make a florin and twenty shillings to make a pound and needing to pay a three pence (pronounced threepence) and a two pence (tuppence) halfpenny, with dollars and cents.
How much easier it is to have to pay $6.55 than 6pound, 5s 5d.
Have you been asking, “What is the prayer to manifest money?” Well, you’ve come to the right place. I have two prayers for money that have been shown to work time and time again.
First Prayer to Manifest Money
The first is a huna prayer for money that was created by Dywhal Khul. Dywhal recommended that you say the prayer once a day for 30 days to open yourself up to abundance.
Beloved presence of God
We hereby ask and humbly pray with all our hearts, souls, minds, and might for divine abundance made manifest through personal fortune and success. We are willing to move beyond fear to fulfill God’s plan on Earth and beyond.
I personally pledge to open myself to financial wealth in order to fulfill my group and individual service commitments.
In God’s name, we accept our divine heritage right now and thank thee for the timely answers to this prayer.
God’s will be done.
Our beloved subconscious minds, we hereby ask and lovingly command that you take this thought from prayer to God along with all the mana and vital force needed to manifest and demonstrate this prayer. AMEN
Breathe this prayer to God. Wait 15 seconds, then say:
Let the rain of blessing fall
Second Prayer to Manifest Money
The second prayer is actually an abundance mantra. It can be used for health, wealth or happiness.
You should chant this mantra to the Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of good fortune and prosperity…108 times a day for 40 days. Chanting it 108 times sounds like a lot, but there is a reason for this specific number. It would take forever for me to tell you, and would involve a lot of math equations… so just trust that there’s a good reason.
The mantra is: Om shrim maha lakshmiyei namaha
Phonetically, you say it: Om shreem mah-hah lahk-shmee-yay nah-mah-hah
It means: “Om and salutations to she who manifests every kind of abundance.”
An easy way to keep track of the number of times you’ve chanted the mantra is with mala beads. They are a traditional method for counting mantras, and are believed to help you harness your personal power. (If you’re not sure where to get mala beads, check Sivana for hundreds of fair trade and handcrafted options!)
One reason we’re so focused on wealth acquisition is the need to feel secure. We believe that if we have a large amount of money in the bank, we’ll be protected from lack, pain, difficulty, and struggle. In a limited sense, this is true. However, security is simply a state of mind!
It’s not the money itself that makes us feel secure; we believe that adequate financial reserves protect us from bad experiences.
If we look logically at this concept, we realize that having a lot of money really can’t protect us from anything, except perhaps surprising expenses. Still, a fat bank account doesn’t guarantee we’ll never experience anything negative. There will always be car accidents, terror attacks, illness, job loss, troublesome relationships, and more. Having a lot of money won’t matter when we find ourselves in those situations because they are completely out of our control.
The only true security we have is what we can create in our minds. There is true security in believing in ourselves, in having the confidence to overcome challenges, in our spiritual beliefs, and in doing our small part to make this world a better place.
Imagine living your life with the unshakable belief that you have what it takes to succeed, no matter what else is happening around you? Imagine never feeling frightened by outside influences again. Imagine knowing that even if the worst-case scenario were to happen, you could easily and quickly pull yourself up by the bootstraps and do what needed to be done to get back on track.
THAT’S TRUE SECURITY.
Believing in our ability to handle whatever comes our way is much more effective than trying to guard against potential negative experiences. That’s the best kind of security because it empowers us to feel in control of our lives – if not every situation, at least the outcome of the bigger picture.
#AceNewsReport – May.14: It comes after an inquiry earlier this year found it was likely criminal activity had occurred at Crown Resorts’ casinos in other Australian cities:
SYDNEY: Casinos to ban cash after money laundering scandal: Regulators said The Star & Crown Sydney, which is yet to be opened, agreed to the unusual move on Thursday’ It found Crown had been “facilitating money laundering, exposing staff to the risk of detention in a foreign jurisdiction and pursuing commercial relationships with individuals” connected to criminal groups.
4 hours ago
Crown has been under immense pressure to reform its gambling operations following the inquiry.
The findings have prevented the company – which is majority-owned by billionaire James Packer – from securing a licence to operate its newly-built A$2.2bn (£1.2bn; $1.7bn) Sydney casino.
A commitment to ban cash is the latest move by Crown designed to help it secure a gaming licence.
The Independent Gaming and Liquor Authority (ILGA) said Crown would ban cash in its Sydney gaming operations but did not specify a timeline. The rule would also apply to Crown’s casinos in Melbourne and Perth, local media reported.
ILGA said The Star was also “moving towards cashless gaming”. A company spokesman told the BBC: “This will be a gradual transition with the customer in mind, with an implementation timeline still to be determined.”
If enforced, both casinos would require gamblers to use cards linked to their identity and a bank or other financial institution, said ILGA.
The regulator said both casinos had also pledged to stop their international junkets – paid-for trips – which have also been seen as a source of illegal activity.
For years, Crown has been dogged by allegations of illegal activity occurring at its casinos, including widespread money laundering and junkets for Chinese high-roller gamblers linked to organised crime groups.
Crown opened a tower at Barangaroo on Sydney Harbour as a hotel last December, but was prevented from operating a casino there while the inquiry was underway.