The Emotion of Money
I want to share this fantastic example of how much we are motivated by our emotions when it comes to money, and valuing things. Ask yourself: Is the value of the Empire State Building high because the value of rent is high, or vice versa, is the value of rent high because the building is highly valued? What do you think? Does it change if I asked you to substitute WHAT you are valuing? Is the value of a cow high because the value of calves and milk is high, or vice versa, is ...
Playing With Plenty
It's taken me a while to see it. And how it limits me. I've always wanted exactly what I need. Nothing more. I didn't necessarily get enough as a child, despite their being lots around, and getting exactly what I needed seemed like a decent (and perhaps lofty) enough goal. Exactly what I needed. Nothing more. Love. Money. It didn't matter. Never too much. Only what I needed. Never more than I needed. Or thought I needed. I wanted what was sufficient, not ample. Nothing ...
Spending Your Energy
Look around you. Where, and with whom, are you spending your Energy? Do you feel like your spending it wisely? If not, it could literally be the reason why you are having issues with money. For money, too, is an Energy. Reflecting on your "money situation" does it mirror back important information about how you spend your Energy? What do your money spending habits reveal about your energy spending habits? A Fair Exchange. Is there anywhere that you are "spending" too ...
The Credit We Give Ourself
Money can be very revealing. It can help us identify the places where we are allowing lack in our lives. Our money, the credit we have, is a reflection of the value we place on our gifts, and as a result, the value the external world places on them. When we find ourselves with an external debt it may be because we are not giving ourselves enough credit internally. We have not yet fully realized the value we create. The value we are. And thus we are in lack.
Improving Your Game
Like any game, if you don't actively participate in it, you will not be a player. If you can see money as a game, you can understand the importance of playing with money; of learning to flow with debit and credit. Like in any game, it's important to your success as a player to maintain a positive attitude, regardless of where you are in your flow. Whether in debit or credit, your job as a player is to ensure you are always doing your best while in the game.
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