In our culture, we have a habit of speaking negatively about the success of others. We might say, "He might be rich, but I bet he's unhappy" or "She only became rich by being greedy."
Even though those statements may appear to be about others, we're really hurting ourselves when we make them. Tell yourself "money is the root of all evil" often enough and you'll believe it. And then what will you think of yourself when you get some? When we make negative comments about the financial success of others, we're in effect cursing ourselves.
To end the curse, develop a ritual of blessing others who have prosperity. "She worked so hard for her money. I hope it brings her great joy." You can take this an extra step by making an effort to engage with those people, blessing the interaction, and being open to learning and receiving support from them.
At the heart of these rituals is a conscious decision about whether to focus on lack or abundance. Do you see prosperity as a pie with limited size, from which some people get bigger slices and some get smaller ones? Or do you see it as limitless bounty of abundance?
The former is a scarcity mindset and it's extremely common for that mindset to be an unconscious habit. Ritual is about becoming aware and changing that unconscious choice so you can shift your mindset to one of abundance.
The best part is that over time, you'll notice something new: Your conscious abundance rituals have become your new unconscious habits. And that's where the magic happens.