Looking for a quick way to wealth? Then refute that old adage that money doesn’t grow on trees and get yourself an actual Money Tree. The Money Tree (specifically Pachira aquatica) is a native plant from South America that has been crafted into a bonsai tree. The secret of its unique multiple trunk comes from braiding 5 young stems so their leaves will flourish in abundance at the top as they grow.
Within the Asian communities a Money Tree is given as gift to welcome wealth, good fortune and luck the same way we would send flowers to wish friends good fortune and success with a new house or new business.
The Money Tree is also important in feng shui where it is strategically placed to draw wealth and prosperity. It is especially favored for its 5 leaves which signify the auspicious 5 elements of wood, water, earth, fire and metal. A Money Tree with 7 leaves is thought to be very powerful and a most favorable sign of good fortune (just like our four leaf clover).
If good fortune and wealth were that simple as having a Money Tree, the world would truly be a richer place right now. I’m sure those with the rationalistic minds would dismiss the idea of a Money Tree as a superstitious charm or worst yet being coned by a marketing ploy simply to sell more bonsai trees.
But, if someone sent you a Money Tree how would you react? You might think of it as a unique or different kind of gift. You may even have a passing sense of satisfaction that the gift giver is wishing you wealth and success through this symbolic plant.
It also means that every time someone new notices your Money Tree you will have to explain what it is. Then, there will probably be some joking and laughter about whether it really does produce money.
It is not that your wealth is in the Money Tree itself, but in its symbolic reminder of the Power of Intent to have money. There are two primary rules to the Power of Intent.
The first rule is that the Power of Intent is not a decision based on “will” but on the flow of creative mental energy from the feminine subconscious mind.
When you “will” something to fulfill your intent it usually is a forceful conscious act to make something happen. For example, your intent is to have more money so you decide to go back to school in order to get a better paying job. Your decision is based on a rational and logical masculine idea of if I do A, then B should result in fulfilling my intent.
If you instead apply the mental energy from your creative, feminine subconscious mind to fulfill your intent, you may discover that results B can also be achieved by “X” possibilites in a way that had not occurred to you. So, instead of going back to school your subconscious feeds you several other possible choice such as undertaking a home-based business, changing your career track, or ways of scaling back and saving money.
The second rule of the Power of Intent is that your intent is fulfilled when you intend the same for others.
Your intent to have more money is likely the same as everyone else on the planet. Yet, most people are preoccupied with only securing their own wealth with little thought to the wealth of others.
Money is not just a physical representation of value but an infinite, energy in constant movement and subject to the same forces of attraction and rejection that comes from all conscious and subconscious thought forms.
Your intent to have more money may prosper for a while but eventually it will contract again. Any means to control the flow of money for one’s self without allowing it to circulate freely to others means that the energy of money will eventually limit itself in its circulation back to you.
The Money Tree is symbolic of the power of intent for money to be the subconscious expression of the wealth of possibilities and the symbolic means to spread the energy thoughts of wealth and good fortune to others. As you pass on the same best wishes of wealth and good fortune to everyone you know and meet, the money of your intent is free to circulate back to you more quickly.
To the logical rational mind, this form of money makes no sense. But, to the subconscious mind the wealth of possibilities is always available if you choose to look for them.You Can Find Me At -