I came upon the law of abundance over 10 years ago. The way it was explained to me was, this was a 2000 year old ancient Chinese tradition to guarantee prosperity in the new year - adapted to modern methodology.
We are to take a blank check. Date it with the current date. Make the check out to you - using your full legal name. Leave the amount box & the amount line blank.
On the memo line write, "paid in full." Sign the check, "Law of Abundance."
Accomplish this task before the first new moon in a new year. (This year it's January 19th) Then, keep the check in your purse of wallet at all times. This check will then bring you prosperity.
I have followed this procedure for 10 years now, and instructed my listeners to do the same. Each year, I get calls from listeners who've come into money - and insist it was the check they'd written that brought about the good fortune.
I've had calls from people inheriting money from people they didn't even know. I've had the lottery winners and the gambling winners. Literally thousands of my listeners do this quirky thing each year.
Now, news from experts that we may be doing it wrong. Thinking now is, we shouldn't date the check at all - (why limit your abundance to a single day?) AND: Instead of completing the check before the first new moon, we should complete it within 24 hours of the new moon. (That means January, 18, 19 or 20.) PLUS: You don't necessarily have to keep the check with you - but simply keep it in a safe place.
I'm not sure which way to go here. I'll fill out two checks.