There is one device that most people carry around with them all day long and that device is a cell phone. In this article I will discuss three ways that you can use your cell phone to speed up the manifestation of money in your life by using the law of attraction. The law of attraction states that “like” thinking attracts “like” experiences. What you think about you bring about. Here are some ways that you can use your cell phone to manifest more money into your life experience.
1. Most cell phones have a digital background that you can customize. It is usually called the “home screen” or “background”. One thing you can do to solidify a wealth mindset is to change your background picture to something that denotes money. You can set your background to show a picture of a $100 dollar bill or a wad of cash, or something else that makes you think of money. That way every time you receive a phone call or check your phone to see what time it is you will see pictures of money and this will train your subconscious mind to be comfortable with large amounts of money and allow the law of attraction to work for you.
2. Set calendar reminders to remind you on a daily basis that you are wealthy and that money flows to you easily and frequently. You can choose whichever particular affirmations that you prefer. These reminders will pop up throughout the day and encourage you to either maintain the wealth frequency that you are already on or change your vibration if you are having a tough day.
3. Set your ring tone to a song that you really enjoy and really makes you feel good. You should also try to make it a song that actually references something positive about “having money” in the lyrics. This is a great thing to do because over time it will program your subconscious mind to use the law of attraction to bring more money into your life. Every time your phone rings you will be reminded that you have money and you will hear a song that makes you feel good. Then when you go to answer your phone you will see a picture of money on your background.
Source by Jay Wigginz