I've used this technique before, and it's one of the few really powerful techniques that has really worked for me.
Originally Posted by CaterpillarWoman
I was intrigued by this technique when I learned it (and I'm a fan of Neville Goddard, but hadn't read this particular technique). I haven't tried it yet, because I've been trying to work out how to count very LARGE quantities of money. The kind of quantities of money that is really too large to count, and which exist only as numbers in a bank account, as an idea or concept.
BTW, if anyone has any ideas on how to use this technique for large amounts of money (uncountable amounts), I'd be very pleased to hear it. I haven't thought of anything workable yet.
Don't try and intellectualize it like that, it obstructs the natural process. Try this:
You've just come home and inexplicably found a huge sum of money waiting for you on your table or bed or whatever. It looks like a very large amount and could be exactly how much you want, but how can you be sure? You have to count it one way or another, there's no getting around that. What's your natural inclination in order to start counting it reliably? Now, do that.
Personally I would simply count one bundle of it and then count the other number of bundles.