The wallet process


I love to google, twitter, read blogs, etc. about attracting money and wealth. Today I found a very interesting blog post offering a simple process to create an abundant mindset called “the wallet process”.

In this blog post the author, Keith Cook, advises to obtain a 100 dollar bill and keep it on your person at all times. Plus you need to remind yourself often that it’s there. Whenever you walk through the mall or shopping street think of all the stuff you could buy with 100 dollar. Clothes, a nice dinner, or whatever you’d love to buy.

The feeling you have the money already changes your mindset! Your changed vibration will start to attract more money. Keith writes this about it:

if you were to remember your hundred dollars and spend it on the first thing that you notice, you gain the benefit of really feeling your financial well-being only once. But if you mentally spent that hundred dollars 40 or 50 times that day, you gain the feeling advantage of having spent 4 or 5 thousand dollars.

I find this theory very interesting, I’ve never tried it, 100 dollar or in my case 100 euro is a lot of money to me! Still I want to try it! And I think I know a way to do it as I own a credit card 😉 I can obtain that 100 euro bill, just to give it a try, to get into the vibration of abundance, wealth, to empower myself. It could even be fun!

Have you ever tried this? I’d love to hear experiences from people! I’ll keep you posted of my own with the wallet process. It’s an exciting idea! Don’t you think so? I definitely do!

If you’d like to read Keith Cook’s blog post you can find it here:


5 responses »

  1. First of all, Thank you for the follow! Also, I love this blog post! I am going to try this. I heard something like this once, but it was to tuck different $ amounts in different compartments of my wallet (folded), and I would always have money. I think I like this idea better! – Janet

    • Thank you for the follow too Janet, welcome! Good to hear you like this post. Let’s try it together and keep each other posted how things go. It should work, it will work 😉 I wish you a wonderful day blessed with abundance in all areas of your life!

  2. I’ve tried similar things and they’ve been good. I haven’t become a millionaire overnight, but I have been able provide a basis for a story of there being a lack of abundance. In my case I have a savings account which I can’t access from my ATM. When I’m working I put a bit in, not huge amounts but it got to a couple of thousand. This is our money mojo. It’s not for bills or weekly spending. It’s there for the things we can’t expect but even then we try and save for those. Basically though, always having this does feel good and I’ve started to learn that thanks to my own good habits we always have money. I can’t tell myself that I don’t have anything because it simply isnit true. When I’ve had to draw on it, I’m careful to just take what I need. Similarly, I have a habit with change, where I’ll just collect the dollars or euro coins. They quickly accumulate. My only advice would be to avoid using your credit card for this – it sort of goes against the spirit of the exercise. Just put aside what you can now and build on that when you can. Good luck.

    • Hi James,
      Thank you so much for sharing this very useful information, I’m sure that other readers will benefit from this as well.

      I use the change saving as well, in my case euro coins, I save all coins up to 50 cents in a large glass bowl and it’s amazing how fast the bowl fills up!

      I have a paypal account which right now is working well 🙂 I keep that money to save, I’ll spend it in the future when there is enough money. and I will spend it wisely, hehehe… it’s a good feeling i have a little bit money there right now. It’s not much, but more then I have on my bank account 😉

      Have a great day James! And good luck with creating all you want, let’s be magnets for all the goodies the Universe has to offer 🙂

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