The laptop lifestyle has spawned an entire movement of entrepreneurs inspiring us to create wealth and prosperity. How wonderful is it that we live in a time where this information is freely shared? However, only some of us succeed when we apply these principles. For every person who does, there are many more who do not, and they don’t know why.
My interest is in serving the latter group. A couple of months ago I felt inspired to begin a biweekly series on social media called ‘how money can be unsafe’ to share the deeper and often difficult truths that drive our relationship with money. I want to shine a light on the shadow aspects of money in the hope that I can help you to understand what’s really going on in your subconscious and deeply heal. If this is you, read on.
For too many of us money is associated with threats to survival, scarcity, fear, guilt and powerlessness. The antidote is understanding (and appreciating) why your patterns exist and learning to feel more self-compassion. Remember that inside of your physical adult is often a scared child who did the best he/she could to survive. As I like to say, your behaviours ALWAYS make sense, you just don’t know why yet.
Here are the first four in the series.
How money can be unsafe #2
How money can be unsafe #3
How money can be unsafe #4
This one is tricky because there are several layers to work through.