10 March 2015

It’s Never About The Money!

One thing guaranteed to trap you in an endless fear-fuelled, ego-mind whirlpool of infernal, internal self-critical dialogue is a perceived lack/shortage of money.

In fact, there is nothing like the “money conversation” to start a whirlpool of emotional turmoil that has nowhere to go but inward, ever inward ...

And yet, it’s NEVER about the money.

No matter how much you want to resist what I am saying and convince me that it really is a lack of money that stops you from being, doing and having what you say you want, I know it’s not about the money.

In the paradigm of cause, money is just a form of energy and as such shows you where your energy is flowing and where it is blocked.  When you decide you want something, then say “I can’t afford it” or “I can’t have it because I don’t have the money” you get to be right. You don’t get to have what you say you want ... and you do get to be right ... because whatever you believe is true is what you will experience. So every time you say “I can’t ...” you are affirming what you believe and you manifest exactly that, the experience of lack, of not enough, of “I cannot ...”

This insidious loop is simply another form of the “not good enough” stuff and every time you buy into it, you keep yourself safe from having to confront the whole truth about who you are and what’s actually going on.

And there it is ... who you are is powerful beyond measure. Who you are is divine, perfect love. Who you are is able to create and manifest anything you can imagine ... if only you would let yourself go there instead of running down the rabbit hole of not good enough when you feel scared.

Remember, feelings are NOT facts ... feel the feelings, let go and choose who you want to be and what you want to do and have ... then respond to whatever shows up from the paradigm of Love and you’ll discover, it’s never about the money!

"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate,
our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure"

Marianne Williamson

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