(Friday Filosophy 8/12/22)
Happy Freakin’ Friday!
Each week I challenge you to think about a certain topic. This week that topic is your emotions (your relationship really) toward money and material possessions.
You’ll never hear me make statements such as:
Using words like “only” and “just” when you’re speaking about things creates negative energy that will repel them. (And also reflects some serious negative programming you have about those things.) That’s not magic mushroom bullshit. If you found the world’s smartest physicist and asked her the nature of all things, she would say energy or energy vibrations. At their core level, all things – including money and physical things – are energy. And because they are energy, they can be attracted or repelled.
Most broke people have a negative energy around money. The emotion they most associate with it is fright, stemming from their fear-based anxiety about their perceived scarcity of money. Throw in some anger for not having enough, toss in some jealousy for the people who have more, and you have the perfect recipe to sabotage every chance they get to become prosperous.
Wealthy people usually have a positive association with money. They view it in terms of the choices and freedom it can provide them. They associate it with happy times of pleasure and enjoyment.
Think back to when you first developed a relationship with money and what emotions that involved. The odds are very high that you did this through your parents – how they felt and talked about money. Now try and remember the money language they used with you. Did the use words and statements like:
Can you see the inherent negative connotation of them? Then there’s that old chestnut…
“How much is enough, anyway?”
Just the tone and predisposition of the question implies negativity. It’s arguably the worst lack-centered question ever uttered. Please spend some time thinking about this issue. If the emotions you associate with money are fear, anger, or jealousy, you’re going to attract a lot less of it then if your associated emotions are freedom, pleasure, and enjoyment.
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Thought of the day: Challenges are mandatory in life. Victimhood, however, is optional.
P.S. Did you know that during the pandemic I created a prosperity “un-church” where I conducted a prosperity service on a love offering basis each week? You can find a playlist of all the sermons here. (You may want to bookmark that and go back often.)
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