Guest post by my Abraham friend "cinco" - look for her on YouTube
The key to "no money trouble" is not merely imagining lots of it in your bank account, from your current perspective. It is to imagine yourself as one for whom the "cost" of things is not an issue. One who "walks the walk" and "talks the talk" - how would you conduct yourself?
How and to whom would you be speaking, regularly? How would you dress when you go out - when you are home alone? Where would you live? What would regularly be in your refrigerator? How would your floors feel on your bare feet? What and how would you drive? Where would you get your groceries? Is your dishwasher loud or quiet? Where would you do laundry? WOULD you do your own laundry? What would you eat for breakfast? What kind of computer would you have? What kind of desk? What television programs would you watch?
None of those things would seem particularly "special" to you from the perspective of one who is living it - as opposed to how special they may seem from your current perspective. These things would simply be "a day in the life of" you. Simply project your imagination further into the future, beyond "receiving" those things, where you're already living that way, and spend some time there.