More Money in 2022

In this post, we cover how to make more money using an Orgone Generator. We talk about the overall mindset and approach and cover common areas where people are most likely to make money. We also include recommendations on what to use for your target links and specific language you can use as a template for your trends.

Our goal is for this article to be very practical and immediately useful. It’s important that you understand and internalize the overall approach we recommend since that will make your operations much more effective.

As we’ve said a number of times, we recommend people be focused and specific with operations. So, operations like “I make more money” are not the best use of a generator. What if you found a penny? Technically, the operation worked! But a penny is not really going to help you.

Instead, you should consider how you currently make money (or want to make money) and be very tactical about your operations. I’m going to go through a number of different scenarios and tell you exactly how we would think about setting up operations. We have seen great results with how we approach things like this and we want you to have the same great results.

Here are the scenarios we cover:

Scenario #1 – You don’t have a job, but want a job
Scenario #2 – You have a job and want a raise
Scenario #3 – You have a sales job
Scenario #4 – You own a business

Scenario #1 – You don’t have a job, but want a job

There are a few things you can do in this scenario. First of all, consider how you would get a job. Are your friends/business contacts recommending you? Are you applying through resumé websites? Using a recruiter? Are you reaching out to people through social media? Do you know who has the final say on hiring you?

Do your best to target decision makers at all stages of the process. If you need friends/business contacts to recommend you, you can run operations on them so they will do that. It’s most efficient if you target specific people in your network who you want to think about you/recommend you AND if have a specific position in mind.

Here’s some sample language you can use:

“Dave has deep Love and appreciation for Me” (Love is a powerful motivator)

“Dave strongly desires to help Me get X position”

“Dave strongly recommends Me for X position”

If there’s a specific person you need “Dave” to recommend you to, you can mention that person as well (and you would want to run operations on that person to be open to the recommendation and interview/select you).

If you don’t have a specific job in mind, you could run a broader operation targeting your contacts. For example:

“Any time Dave hears about a job I would be interested in, he thinks of Me” – you could add “and tells Me” and/or “and recommends Me”. But you’re basically putting yourself at the top of people’s minds when they hear about opportunities that would be good for you.

If you’re working with a recruiter, you could run similar operations so that the recruiter likes you and becomes personally invested in helping you get a position.

You can run operations on your resumé so that it sticks out and is selected. First off, you could simply charge your resumé with positive life force – use a copy of your resumé as a structural link and charge all copies that anyone sees/handles.

Then you could also run specific trends on your resumé. Here’s some language around that:

“Anyone with decision-making authority who sees my resumé has deep Love and appreciation for Me”

“Anyone with decision-making authority who sees my resumé is strongly interested in talking to Me and feels compelled to contact Me”

These are trends that can be useful when you don’t know the person/people who will be looking at your resumé.

A lot of times when I’m making operations, I look through all the Trend Cards and I use similar language to what the Trend Card is for (especially if I’m using a Trend Card in conjunction with a written statement). So, consider what the Trend Cards represent and potentially mirror some of that language. Most of the Trend Cards I often use for getting people to notice/like me are in the “People Skills” pack and I recommend taking a look through those.

Remember that you can “layer” a lot of related trends onto a target. HOWEVER, consider what sort of generator you have and how much Orgone you’re working with. You don’t want to do 50 trends if you don’t have enough Orgone because all of the trends will be weak. It might be a better idea to do 3-4 trends so that each of them can have a powerful effect.

If you get an interview opportunity, run operations on the person/people interviewing you. If you know the specific person or people you’ll be talking to, target them directly. If you don’t know them, use open-ended targeting.

“Any person who interviews Me for [X position] has deep Love and appreciation for Me”

“Any person who interviews Me for [X position] has deep trust in Me”

“Any person who interviews Me for [X position] believes I would be a great fit for [X position]”

“Any person who interviews Me for [X position] decides that I am the best candidate and hires Me for [X position]”

Also, make sure you’re covering people up the chain who didn’t interview you but ultimately make the hiring decision:

“Any person with decision-making authority who reviews my resumé/application/interview…” – then consider doing the same trends on the final decision-maker(s).

Also, in addition to “positive” trends, always consider what you could “remove” from someone to get the result you want. For example:

Target – any person who interviews Me
Trend – completely remove or resolve any objection about Me that would keep the person from selecting Me for [X position]”

The words I’ve used here are not magical by themselves – they’re just a template for you to consider as you make targets and trends to fit your situation.

The main point – think tactically and logistically. Do you see how different this approach is from “I find a great job”?

Scenario #2 – You have a job and want a raise

The main thing is to figure out what you need to do to get a raise. Do you need a new position or can you get a raise at your current position? Who is making the decision about your raise? Do you need good reviews from your boss or co-workers? Are there certain things you need to do to even be considered for a raise (for instance, lead a certain type of project, get a certification, etc.)?

Once again, be tactical. If you have a direct boss you know and interact with who can give you a raise, run operations on him/her.

“[Boss’ Name] has deep Love and appreciation for Me”

“[Boss’ Name] strongly wants to help me in any way possible”

“[Boss Name] gives me a raise to [$X number]”

Do your co-workers need to give you good reviews? Run operations on each of them. Or, if you work in a large office, run operations with an open-ended target (“Any co-worker in my office…”).

Always find the decision-makers or at least generally know who they are. Know what you need to do to advance. Then write tactical operations around those people/events. Don’t just write, “I get a raise at my job.” That could work, but we believe a generator is most effective when used with more specific targets and trends.

Also, consider if you have large barriers to getting a raise. Does the company have the money? Are you well short of the experience needed to advance? Is there another candidate with better relationships and experience than you? What amount of life energy is working against you and your goal?

If you feel the odds are stacked against you, I would still recommend you run the type of operations mentioned so far. Our generators can do amazing things and you might not be as far away as you think. But, you have to consider whether you are working against substantial life energy.

One thing – if you’re running operations on people and also interacting with them, “progress” doesn’t always look like what you might think. When you run operations on people, they don’t turn into robots or tell you why they’re doing/thinking what they are. They don’t know a generator is targeting them. So, the life energy will do its work, and they will make up a “rational” excuse for why they what they do. As with most human decisions, the emotion comes first and is the motivator, then the “rationale” comes. We sometimes say that life energy often operates as a “nudge”. Someone could choose to do something one way, instead they do it another. Either way, they make up an excuse as to why they chose what they did. So, look for subtle clues. Don’t expect the clouds to open up and to hear angels singing. But, you can have “matrix moments” where you see the life energy working in real time. It’s almost like you can feel the world shifting around you as the life energy does its work.

Scenario #3 – You have a sales job

Sales and marketing is the heart of any successful business. If you sell to people, you can use a generator enhance those efforts. Once again, if you know who you’re targeting, it can be a good idea to target the person or people specifically. If you’re targeting multiple unknown people, then it might be better to use “open-ended” targeting.

The main goal with sales should be to get your target to like/admire you, trust you, and decide to buy from you. Consider how you’re selling. Are you going door to door? Cold calling? Sending emails? Messaging people on social media? Write trends that are crafted around the sales channel you are using.

For example:

“Any sales prospect who I speak to has deep Love and appreciation for Me”

“Any sales prospect who I speak to finds Me extremely trustworthy”

“Any sales prospect I speak to finds my offer extremely compelling and strongly desires to buy”

“Any sales prospect who I email/direct message sees my email/direct message”

“Any sales prospect who sees my email/direct message feels compelled to open the email/direct message and read it”

“Any sales prospect who sees my email/direct message finds my offer extremely compelling and strongly desires to buy”

“Any sales prospect who I speak to buys [your offer]”

And consider the stages of your sales process. If you get on a call with a sales prospect, do you close over the phone? Do they need to sign a contract - and maybe sometimes you lose contact after you send it to them? Is the person you’re talking to the ultimate decision-maker? Are all your prospects the same quality?

Write operations to address all situations and potential roadblocks. Also, if there are different types of sales prospects (good ones, bad ones, etc.), consider modifying the language to something like “All qualified sales prospects…”

When writing operations, always remember to write in a way that an objective third party would understand (that’s a tip from Karl). Industry/niche-specific language can be fine (especially if it means something to you), but keep the objective third party rule in mind.

Scenario #4 – You own a business

Think about the nature of your business. Then consider the logistics of the business and create “tactical” operations around what you want to improve. In general, most businesses benefit from more sales, so sales and marketing are good areas to focus on. But, really, you can use a generator to work on any key area.

Since there are a lot of different types of businesses out there, I’m going to go through some basic scenarios and provide some suggestions. But the most important thing is the overall approach – consider where potential customers/customers become aware of and engage with your business, then make specific, tactical operations around those areas that are focused on bringing in more revenue and improving your business.

Consider what your main marketing channels are – do you run ads, send out flyers, get referrals, post on social media? Do you have a physical location that relies on foot traffic? When it comes to running operations for a business, we like to talk about “surfaces” – what are the surfaces where potential customers/customers become aware of or engage with your business? Those places are often good targets for operations.

Take a picture of your store and use that as a target link. Then you can do trends like these:

“Any person who walks past or sees my store has a strong desire to enter my store”

“Any person who enters my store has a strong desire to make a purchase”

“Any person who enters my store has a strong desire to come back to my store”

“Any person who makes a purchase at my store has a strong desire to make another purchase at my store”

As another example, let’s say you sell products or services via a social media account (like Instagram, Twitter, etc.). Use a screenshot of the account for a target link. For trends, you could do something like:

“Any person who sees my social media posts or profile has deep Love and appreciation for [your company/brand]”

“Any person who sees my social media posts or profile has a strong desire to contact Me”

“Any person who sees my social media posts or profile has a strong desire to purchase [X product] from Me”

If you have a website where you sell products/services, you could run the same sort of operations on the website. Figure out what you want someone to do on your site, then run operations designed to get that result. Remember that emotion drives people – and craft operations that can stimulate emotions that will lead to sales.

By focusing on “surfaces” where you will meet potential new customers, you are enabling the life energy of your operation to “reach out and grab” new leads and customers. Imagine someone just walking along the street or scrolling social media – they come across a “surface” where you have focused an operation – now, the life energy “colored by” the trend of your operation has a better chance to “grab” the potential customer. By setting up operations in this way, you’re also being more efficient with the Orgone from your device.  Rather than sending the Orgone out to the universe, you’re allowing it to target specific individuals and crack like a whip to get their attention.

If you’ve been in business for a while, consider what assets you have – for instance, a customer list. It’s often easier to sell to an existing customer than a new customer. Also, customers talk to their friends and family. So, pull your customer list together and consider running operations designed to get repeat business and referrals.


In conclusion, the best way to set up operations to make more money is to:

1) assess your situation and the ways you are likely to make more money,
2) consider the “logistics” of your situation,
3) consider how much Orgone you have to work with, and
4) write focused “tactical” trends that have the ultimate goal of making you more money.

If you do all of this, you are likely to see your money-generating results with an Orgone Generator skyrocket.