All of us want to be successful. All of us want to live a life that has a certain amount of ease.
All of us want to have more than enough money to do whatever it is, that we desire and need
to do. All of us would like to have a nice stash of money left over after paying our monthly bills,
to do things that are fun. But, what is stopping people from accomplishing this? How do
people block themselves?
Let’s look further into the average “money mentality” before I get into answers. There are
many people who will scoff, even suck their teeth at a “stash” of money, rather they want to be
RICH and would fall over themselves with a mixture of excitement and bewilderment at the
thought of such a lifestyle. Give them a microphone and a camera, well…then it becomes
embarrassing to watch.
Then there are a few people with a much more mature approach, who have the desire to
create wealth for themselves, leave financial security for their children, grandchildren and
family members, for generations to come.
However, imagery is powerful. Imagery is the first block. Over the last few days, what has the
everyday observer been shown? What I mean by everyday observer, is the watcher of
mainstream media outlets and social media hawkers, who are not aware of this very subtle
game that is being played with their emotions.
One of the stories that has been trending that is designed to and can play with your “financial
emotions” is about Jeff Bezos. Who is Jeff Bezos? He is a bald head sucka , who just got $12
billion richer “overnight.” Also, he is the world’s richest person and the Amazon.com Inc.
founder whose worth went from $71 billion to $134 billion according to MSN. I am one of the
few people in this world, who was not impressed. “What!?” Yeah, that’s right. I will explain
later. I am very observant and what I cannot help but notice is how every time I pull up MSN on
my computer screen, I must see his mug. It is as if there is a strategic effort to keep his face
in front of people. Meanwhile, on the other side of life, the average person’s two day free pass
aka weekend, at the time of this latest Jeff revelation, was rapidly coming to an end. The
Monday morning time clock was within mind sight and an average salary per job occupation.
What thought process could have been summoned from reading such a story? I doubt the first
words spoken by the average John or Jane Doe was “congratulations,” maybe something more
along the lines of curses and confusion.
Most people may or may not admit this, but they are hanging on for dear life to a budget,
saving or paying off some type of loan. Then another article emerged, stealthily floating
around the internet looking for a MARK. The headline read, “How the other half live! Millionaire
buys his daughter an almost $2 million Sydney terrace house for her 23rd birthday,” GOTCHA!
Simultaneously, anyone who may have read this or heard about it, were immediately drawn to
thoughts of their 15-30 year mortgage that they are paying, which is far less of a payment than
$2 million, that perhaps within a week or less was slapped down for full payment on the home.
An obnoxious story with a good jab, that likely left a gut punch for good measure on the
psyche of many a drawn in individual. Many of whom were still in “THE SUNKEN PLACE” when
they dragged themselves to work on Monday morning.
Who is Shahid Khan? According to social media this past weekend, he is the 67 year old
entrepreneur who turned $500 into a $5 billion empire and wants to buy Wembley Stadium?
He is a Pakistani-American billionaire and business tycoon, owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars
of the National Football League, the English Football League Championship team Fulham F.C.,
and automobile parts manufacturer Flex-N-Gate in Urbana, Illinois. His seemingly rags to riches
story is very impressive and even inspirational for those who can get past their reality and see
bigger possibilities. However, that same $500 that this man had to invest, which over many
years and business moves later, turned into $5 billion, is the same $500 that somebody owes
on a utility bill, or on a loan. There are a lot of people that wish they had an extra $500 dollars
to do anything with. I am only speaking…. the truth.
The NFL draft was in effect this last weekend, which is comparable to individual after individual
winning the state lottery, Powerball, several times, before the eyes of viewers around the
world. Salaries for newly drafted players and veteran players will be displayed on news outlets
day after day, boasting numbers such as, $159.8 million over six years, $22 million per season.
The perception of the average person is that these players receive millions of dollars for
perceivably, six months’ worth of work. Even though the mental and physical training for an
athlete is year round. What is not perceivable and is absolute fact, is the media loves to speak
of and roll out the monopoly money numbers of professional athletes, coaches and team
owners as regular as breathing.
Such numbers have youth all around the world sharpening their athletic skills. Is it for the love
of the game or for the love of money? How money parents or single mother parents have
viewed their child as a way out of struggle or poverty? How sad is that? Most sports fans are
so fanatical about “their team” that they are oblivious to the salaries that are spanking their
eardrums, while yelling and screaming at the television in the grips of an emotional roller
coaster. Perpetual childlike disinterest, wearing team colors.
Then you have the entertainers who are always showing their newest luxury car or 50 room
mansion. There is always the newest 30 under 30 list, the newest 13-year-old multi-millionaire
who created a new computer app or flavor of bubble gum that is selling out everywhere. All
manners of distraction, meant to play with ones funky emotions, are in constant rotation.
Here is an interesting point, even if an individual is working towards some type of
entrepreneurial endeavor or is the regular working man or woman, they are made to feel out of
sorts, otherwise known as feeling slightly unwell, upset, or annoyed if this information is given
too much attention. I sincerely believe, this is the hidden goal.
Watching someone else experience success, though it could serve as motivation, for most is a
blow of defeat. People instinctively compare their life and achievements to anyone, especially
people constantly under the spotlight of the media. If we are not careful we become instant
haters, pocket watchers, envious of someone else’s success.
However, here is the bombshell, the smack upside the head! Most people do not and will not
realize that the success of a particular individual is how that was supposed to playout for that
person. That may be hard to accept but, for those of the Christian faith or more specifically of
the Baptist southern experience there is a saying, “what is for them is for them and what is for
you is for you.” Here is the problem with that. Most people of “the faith” who say this, are not
thinking the same thing in their mind. Furthermore, they are not thinking of ways to take
action that may force a jolt to their level of normalcy and comfort.
Personally, I like to study many different types of information that stretch across various
spiritual, religious, metaphysical and occult disciplines. In studying my personal astrology and
numerology information, I found a good place to start. I discovered that this information was
very useful in helping me to find my individual path if you will, for creating my opportunities,
fortune, in a way that is unique to me. Quite frankly, such study confirmed many beliefs and
strengthened actions that I was already taking and added more to my self-knowledge. This
newly discovered wisdom gave me more of an assured direction in life.
Each of us has a pot of gold or a part of fortune, sun sign or a second house amongst many
houses, a destiny, a life purpose, a soul purpose that has the potential to lead us to a level of
ease or possible wealth in life.
Who is it to say that I need a billion or a million dollars to be happy? Who says that I am a
failure, if I am only making six figures or $60,000 a year? A person’s wealth achievement is
only limited by their vision and knowledge of workable skills, backed by knowledge of how to
use these skills and putting them to use. Being scared of having a mindset that you can use
the skills you find in a natal chart or numerology profile, along with any other form of
divination, is not going to do anything for you as long as you are sitting on your ass.
Additionally, too many people are victims of the mind frame of obsessing over someone’s
success, while their personal success begs for attention. Wasting attention on Kanye, Trump or
any other distraction is ignorance. How many asses within the masses have taken 5 hours to
create a meme to put on Facebook, instead of using 5 hours to study material that is
transformational and developing a strategy to put some paper backs in an empty pocket.
Furthermore, we are not all supposed to be real estate investors, tech billionaires, etc, etc.
There was a story on Facebook of a woman who is making over six figures, creating and selling
realistic cosplay mechanical wings, that sell for $2000 to $3000 each. People who love to
dress up for cosplay are going crazy and are spending THE MONEY.
Take a look at @InTheKnowCreativebyAOL to see examples of people who are doing what
they love, living their purpose and making plenty of money. There is an article in Entrepreneur
magazine called, 7 Creative Ways Regular People Made $1 million https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/270197. Within the pages of the online realms of the
magazine, Business Insider, there is an article entitled 9 Ridiculous Ideas That Made People
Allow me to give you further head scratching proof. BCBusiness - Vancouver & BC Business
News has an article entitled, 9 Dumbest Fads Ever to Make Money https://www.bcbusiness.ca/9-dumbest-fads-ever-to-make-money. There was the invention of
the Pet Rock by Gary Dahl, https://www.vox.com/2015/4/1/8324881/pet-rock-gary-dahl This
“invention” earned him $15 million which was reduced to $2 million after greedy haters got
through with him, via suing. Yes, he earned $15 million selling a small ” rock” that could be
held in a person's hand to the masses who could not wait to give him their money.
This leads me to take a quote from one of my favorite books that I have read at least 7 times so
far. The book is entitled The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles. The quote is a
follows,“Talented people get rich, and blockheads get rich; intellectually brilliant people get
rich, and very stupid people get rich; physically strong people get rich, and weak and sickly
people get rich.”
Now, it is up to you to decide which characterization correctly suites you, however the point is
, no one holds the exclusive right to riches or wealth. Wallace D. Wattles published this book
in 1910 and throughout this discourse the phrase “the Certain Way of Thinking." was repeated
Lets take a look at a few more important quotes from the book- “Studying the people who
have got rich, we find that they are an average lot in all respects, having no greater talents and
abilities than other men. It is evident that they do not get rich because they possess talents
and abilities that other men have not, but because they happen to do things in a Certain Way.”
“Again, it is not a matter of choosing some particular business or profession. People get rich in
every business, and in every profession; while their next door neighbors in the same vocation
remain in poverty.”
“It is true that you will do best in a business which you like, and which is congenial to you; and
if you have certain talents which are well developed, you will do best in a business which calls
for the exercise of those talents.”
“There is abundance of opportunity for the man who will go with the tide, instead of trying to
swim against it.”
“Never get afraid that you will lose what you want because some other person, “beats you to
With that being said perhaps your “Certain Way” can be found by utilizing the science of
numerology and astrology, combined with the study of Universal Law. Some may say that is a
bunch of “crap.” However, I chose to be wealthy in all areas of my life not just in money alone.
This is the blueprint I have found that makes since to me. Furthermore, what do you have to
lose. Fear is kicking your ass.
I have blogged about Universal Law in great detail, https://www.jassirinassor.com/blog/find-yourself.
If you are interested in studying astrology and receiving a free natal chart check out
http://www.astro.com/ and click on the link Free Horoscopes. There is a quick and free
registration, then click on “extended chart selection.” Click on “default” for house system, for
additional objects, click on Part of Fortune and Chiron. For “objects,” select “true node.” After
researching your new natal chart information on astro.com, feel free to Google more
information from various resources.
The natal chart is a fascinating study and a good place to start in order to find out what tools
are available for you to use, to get your “THING” together if you are in a rut or simply curious. I
must emphasis start.
For numerology information, check out https://cafeastrology.com/numerology2/ where if you
enter your full name and date of birth you can receive two pages for free that can give you a
tremendous amount of information about your self . When you study numerology and
astrology together, you will find many similarities in information about yourself, which you may
find shocking. However, what I have found so far in my studies, is that many people and I have
been guilty myself, get stuck in “the wheel” or daily or monthly numerology and develop “a
crutch” mentality. They feel they cannot do anything unless the stars are aligned a certain way
or the moon is waxing or waning a certain way or the moon is full; or if the numerology
numbers are not at 5 or 8 or 11 for a certain day or month, then they feel like they cannot make
moves and get things done.
That is a trap in my opinion, which is why I believe this information is a fascinating study and a
beginning place to learn more about yourself. There is much more information to be studied,
that can answer a wealth of questions about an individual and life as well, but be clear, the
mind is the ultimate weapon to achieve success, regardless of the system you choose to use.
To read more about the science of universal law visit www.jassirinassor.com where I provide
very down to Earth explanations of this complex information.
I will leave you with one more passage from the book The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace
D. Wattles, which in itself is a starting point. Keep in mind on your travel to get money that,
money only will not give you all the happiness you seek, not even if you have billions. I will
leave a link to a free download of this great book below and an audio of the book.
“Every man has the natural and inherent power to think what he wants to think, but it requires
far more effort to do so, than it does to think the thoughts which are suggested by
appearances. To think according to appearance is easy; to think truth regardless of
appearances is laborious, and requires the expenditure of more power than any other work
man is called upon to perform. There”
― Wallace D. Wattles, The Science of Getting Rich
Copyright 2018 JASSIRI NASSOR/THE SPIRITUAL SATIRE/ THOUGHT ELEVATION OLA
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