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Rich through quantum energy?

Parking money in the cube instead of in the piggybank

For a long time, stones and shells were the predecessors of the century-old circulating cash. This primitive money was all about the feeling. In those days, people sensed that they exchanged something valuable for something else of expense. To this day, this view on value accompanies every payment process. Strictly speaking, our banknotes and coins are only paper and metal alloys. Their value has been determined.

 

Is cash becoming an endangered species?

A while ago, the European 500 Euro banknote was abolished. The 200 and 100 Euro notes are threatened by the same fate, as vendors react to them with a sigh, sometimes even refusing to accept them at all. If one wants to buy a ticket on the bus, one can experience the same thing when paying with a 50 or 20 Euro note. Coins are affected in a simular way, but here it's the small ones. The European 1 and 2 cent coins will soon be gone. People accumulating them in their wallet or piggybank will be glad, as banks charge a fee for counting them upon deposit.

Disadvantages of electronic payment

Critics of cash consider electronic payment methods to be less cumbersome. This assertion is, however, controversial. Of course, electronic payment is convenient, but for this convenience, you grant insight into your own privacy. Whenever you draw your card, you tell the various institutions something about yourself, your shopping habits, your favorite products, your hobbies, and habits.

Another disadvantage is the lack of overview when spending money. When the banknote with the big number is gone at the end of the evening, you know exactly how much you've squandered. When paying with the card, you often remember the recently spent money only later when you glance at the bank account statement. Additionally, you usually spend more with the card than you were actually planning to do.

Money has no smell – but it's not hygienic either

A clear advantage of electronic payment became clear with COVID-19. You don't let go of your card, while notes and coins often wander through several hands a day. The discussion of whether and for how long viruses and bacteria feel comfortable on cash isn't over yet. Cash has long been considered a huge germ spreader.

"Clean" cash in the cube

Some people believe that not only germs but also the energy of the previous owners cling to cash. If their thoughts or attitude towards life were negative, they might have transferred their "negative energy" to money as they do to everything they touch. Many members of our community, therefore, put newly received cash for approximately one hour into the 90.10.-CUBE. This way, they want to remove all "adhering" energies from the matter and neutralize germs. Some people also consciously distribute the quantum energy this way throughout the world, as the money stores the energy for a long time. They hope that the energy will do some good here and there.

Increase money in the cube

Some also place their bills and coins in the cube for a money blessing. However, this wish is much more likely to be fulfilled when using an affirmation. As is well known, our thoughts determine our reality. A positive belief (=affirmation) can be amplified by quantum energy or its influence on our consciousness.

This is how you proceed: Be sure to come up with your affirmation yourself, as it is important that you feel it. Good examples would be, "I make good money doing the job I love." or "I am the best paid success." Write your affirmation on a piece of paper and place that piece of paper in the 90.10.-Cube. Think your affirmation three times a day and imagine how life is going to be once your wish has come true.