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Let Go of Fear! Bless the Economy!

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Okay, I'm done. I'm done with the doom-mongers. I'm done with the long-faced forecasters. I'm even done with the economic experts.

Here is a shout-out to those who understand how spirituality works with money!

Oh, I know. People are weird about this, but if everything here on Earth is created by Divinity then so, dear one, is money. In fact, in the U.S., the backside of our bills reads: In God We Trust.

So get this!

It's time to BLESS THE ECONOMY, and quit winging and moaning about how bad it all is. Now don't misunderstand me. I'm not in denial. It's bad, that's a fact, but it is not made so much as a smidgeon better by continuing to moan about it.

I know people have lost jobs. I know the markets are down. I know that the U.S. government is struggling to put the elephant of a stimulus package into a tutu of a congress. I know.

I also know that either spiritual practice works with everything or nothing. It's that simple.

One of the basic principles of spiritual prosperity practice is the action of blessing. Bless whatever you want to increase. Complaining about the economic downturn and its effects only keeps things right where they are. Blessing changes things.

Do you have a job currently? Bless that. And bless all those who need jobs with jobs. Even if they don't have them yet.

Do you have investments that have tanked? Bless them. And bless all those whose investments are off.

Do you have a sensitivity to fear? Bless the fear. Let it go, and bless all those whose fears paralyze them in this situation.

I look at blessing as an investment in our world. What I bless increases. Bless the economy. Withdraw your projections of fear on our world fiscal system. Bless the economy. Stop resisting our resistant elected representatives. Bless the economy.

When we wish for others what we ourselves want, everyone is blest.

Visit Susan Corso's spiritual blog or subscribe to Seeds at www.susancorso.com.

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