When you've got more bills to pay than you have money in the bank, it can be hard to stay in a positive space about your financial situation. And yet, teachers like Abraham (http://www.abraham-hicks.com) tell us that our mental and emotional vibration is what attracts wealth or poverty to us. So how can you maintain a positive state of being when the chips are down?
The best thing to do is use an old trick that the religious community has been using for years. Have you seen the bumper stickers that say, "What would Jesus do?" That's a very effective way to get into the headspace and emotional state of a master teacher. You can use the same technique to help yourself out of sticky emotional spaces and mental conundrums about your financial situation.
In other words, the "vibration" of wealth is already out there. It's been established by all the wealthy people who have come before you, and continues to be strengthened and increased by all the wealthy people on the planet now. All you have to do is access it. Once you "touch" it, so to speak, you'll be able to think, act, and feel like any wealthy person.
If you don't have any wealthy people around you, learn what you can from movies and books. For instance, Richard Gere's character in "Pretty Woman" is a great example of how a wealthy person perceives and responds to life. He's confident without being arrogant, enjoys all the challenges of life's problems (remember he says he's "high on life"?), and totally into participation. He doesn't run and hide. He engages. The bigger the problem, the more he likes it.
If you're going to do this kind of research and exercise, sometimes the best investment you can make is in a movie videotape or DVD. Watch it over and over, learn to walk, smile, talk, and engage the way his character does. It will literally catapult you into that space of wealth. You can even adopt some of the same dress codes or expressions as his character. That will remind you to be in that space. It's like playing dress-up, only we're not in kindergarten anymore. It's real life and it works real well!