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Creating a Money Pot

A money pot is not a piggy bank or a coin jar. Rather, it is a way to remind yourself that the energy of wealth and prosperity requires a constant in-and-out flow. In other words: In order to receive wealth and prosperity, you must first be willing to give. Here are some suggestions for creating a money pot.

Yin Yang First, find a container whose opening is narrower than its base. It can be made of any material you like, as long as you find the container attractive and it raises your spirits to look at it. The shape of the container is meant to convey the idea that as you put your money into the pot, you are depositing it into a kind of reservoir that keeps it growing and expanding. Here are two examples:
   
  Money Pot
   
  Money Pot
   
Yin Yang Put nine bills of the same denomination into the pot. (For example, you can use nine singles.) As you put each bill into the pot, chant “om mani padme hum” one time, for a total of nine times. When all the bills are in the pot, visualize your prosperity ex­panding so you can easily meet your financial goals. Then place your money pot somewhere in the Wealth gua of your home or office.
   
Yin Yang On every subsequent equinox and solstice (on or around the 21st of March, June, September, and December), remove the bills from your money pot and say, “I am so wealthy I can afford to be generous!” Then give the bills away to the person, organiza­tion, or cause of your choosing. Before the end of the day, put nine new bills into your money pot in order to keep your cash flowing and growing. Be sure to empower the new bills as you put them into the pot.
   
Yin Yang Watch what happens after you give away the bills from your money pot. Some pretty interesting things happen to both the givers and receivers!
   

   
A bit of fragrance always clings to the hand that gives roses.
 

—Chinese Proverb

   
A handful of pine-seed will cover mountains with the green majesty of a forest. I too will set my face to the wind and throw my handful of seed on high.
 

—Fiona MacLeod





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