Money Magnetism strikes again!
In my inbox this morning:
I listened to your recent tele seminar with Bill Baren. I’m a year into starting my coaching business and my money story is that I have always had “just enough,” if that. The past few months have been particularly bad as I haven’t been able to cover all my bills. I did the exercise and it showed me the money holding pattern I’ve been stuck in my whole life. My Money Honey showed me a picture of myself surrounded by stacks of cash. Within 5 days of doing the exercise, I got a check for 5K in the mail!
Just wanted to share this. Thanks for helping me create a hugely powerful internal and external shift. Feel free to use the above as a testimonial.
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Firstly, I’d just like to say thank you for the amazing content that you share, I am grateful that the world has someone like you sharing such great information and spreading the love.
Second is my question and concern that I feel many others may possibly be able to relate with; I like the way you’ve categorized what you call the “money monster” and the “money honey,” it got me thinking and I suddenly realized almost like an epiphany that the reason I have trouble making money is because I feel bad about being a part of the money/society system. It makes me feel bad because I try to keep myself informed, I do a lot of reading and when I think about the fact that about 10% of the world owns 85% of the worlds wealth, 1% alone owns 46%, people are dying of hunger in Africa, millions are homeless in a place like Asia… etc I could go on but I think you can understand my empathy for all of those people. And so, it makes me feel like a hypocrite to be aware of those problems and still go and try to make a bunch of money myself, I feel like I’d be “throwing wood in the fire.” So, how would I go about destroying my money monster without feeling like a hypocrite? Thank you so much for everything.
You really hit the nail on the head, Daniel. All that economic injustice is part of your money monster. And you don’t want to make money and contribute to the problem at the same time, so you’ll unconsciously push money away. And you won’t be able to change that dynamic, and see a DIFFERENT path, until you destroy the monster.
iam inspired to action iihave been only one hour on this site just imagining to be able to raise consciousssness of thousands of people and transform our world to abetter one is electrfying me abig bravo fromme to morgana