Originally Posted by Lonewolf
Doesn't this seem like the lazy man's guide to riches?
Do any self-made millionaires think like this? I doubt it, from reading biographies of such people I think they are very much focused on the practicialities of wealth generation in the here and now and do not get distracted by daydreaming or fantasising, which takes the place of actual work.
It's like nerds with their playboy magazines under the bed wishing that they had a girlfriend vs. the studs that are actually spending time with girls of that calibre.
There's a few ways to look at the intention-manifestion model. One is the idea that by priming your brain to gain more money, your brain starts bringing more opportunities to make money to your attention.
On the other hand, under the subjective reality model, that means that that's all you'll manifest.
The full intention-manifestation model is a little mystical, and I was really skeptical about it, too, but I'm really starting to get into it because of the way I've been getting money lately. It's also working for other things I intend, as well.