It’s Okay to Desire More Money
“Money is the root of all evil!”
Does that statement, or any of the following statements match your beliefs? “Having a lot of money is a big responsibility; If I am rich, everyone will want something from me; The thought of a lot of money scares me.” If any of those beliefs line up with your thinking habits (conscious thoughts or subconscious thoughts), you keep money ~ and all forms of abundance (health, love, comforts, adventures, education, opportunities, etc.) from being attracted to you. You actually repel money away from your magnetic energy field by attracting reasons to be afraid of wealth.
For example: If I’m vibrating a negative money energy, out to the Law of Attraction (a measurable, quantum electromagnetic field everywhere in the Universe), I will ATTRACT more shortage in my life. I’ll miss the opportunities that show up through my self-sabotage. I’ll loose money or fail to collect money due to me. Things will break due to my incoherent thinking (negative energy fogs up your clarity). On goes the list of ways you will attract scarcity around money if you see money as evil or scary.
I love to teach my clients how to release resistance and attract money. But first, I make be sure they are in alignment with allowing an abundance of money into their life.
I used to be scared of being wealthy, yet I wasn’t even aware of that belief swirling around in my subconscious mind. That thought ran in the background, like a naughty child, stirring up trouble while I wasn’t even noticing. I went for years as an adult, working as hard as I could to acquire wealth, yet I always seemed to be just getting by. I had lots of stuff, but I didn’t have a lot of cash readily available.
Chasing. Chasing. Onward I struggled to get ahead in what I thought was a sincere attempt to become financially comfortable. I ended up with multiple companies, multiple rental investments, and multiple degrees all in the struggle to get ahead financially. Even though I had all this money coming in, it was going out just as fast. I was on a continuous treadmill with my money concerns. Money came in. Money went out. Bills came in. Bills went out. I kept getting more stuff everywhere I looked. Except in my savings account.
I cut back on spending. I cut back on adventures. I cut back on playtime. And still, no money left over each month.
My conscious, thinking mind would ask, “What is it going to take to get ahead?” No answer. Again I would ask, “What is it going to take to get ahead?” No response.
All the while, that naughty child, named My Limiting Belief, secretly kept up it’s mischief in my subconscious mind.
It wasn’t until my career started to make a quantum leap and I could see the possibility of a lot of money coming my way, that I discovered this fear. When I would contemplate becoming wealthy, I noticed being nervous. Finally, after weeks of contemplating fortune and continuing to come up nervous (and I’m not a nervous person most of the time), I had to stop and take note. I thought, “I’ve worked so hard to get to this point. Why do I feel more fear than excitement at the prospect of plenty of money?”
I soon discovered, I’m not alone. I’ve worked with thousands of people through my tax practice and in speaking to audiences. I had no idea so many people were stopping themselves from attracting wealth by holding onto their resistance to money. Money Can Be Spiritual Too, By Allowing More Service.
The More You Have the Bigger Difference You Can Make. Let me ask you, would you donate money if you were wealthy? Do you now? The truth is, the majority of the donations that support non-profits are from rich people. Not evil people. Rich people. Where did we, as a global society, decide that money is the root of all evil? Who started that false rumor?
I recall hearing that at church as a child. I didn’t hear it from my parents, but I did also hear it in my community. That phrase, money is the root of all evil, was tossed around and as easily accepted as someone saying it’s a nice day out. Our world accepted this and didn’t really question it. It does serve some purpose: It gets some rich people to donate out of the fear of being viewed as evil if they don’t. I’m sure there are wealthy people who make it known when they donate so they can stop feeling guilty, for they too live in this world that has the phrase of money being evil running around in their subconscious, or perhaps conscious mind.
List five wealthy people who have generously donated to large causes. Off the top of my head I think of Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, Paul Allen, and Bono. I’ll bet if I spent some time on this I could come up with an abundance of names. Can you think of someone who is rich and evil? No one comes to my mind. I’m sure there are some, but quite frankly, I can more easily think of people who aren’t rich that are evil.
Build Wealth, Go Play! Contact my CPA firm for consulting. Keep a balance of abundant wealth, huge tax savings, play time and spiritual practice. Attract the life you once only dreamed of. Here are some tips below.
Individuals*: Take in a foreign exchange student from a less fortunate country: some of your costs are deductible. Bonus: Learn from that student about their home town. You attract abundance to flow by realizing how much abundance you already have compared to the countries of some of the children seeking host families.
Business**: C-Corporations can deduct charitable deductions to reduce net profits. Non-C Corporations can deduct only the cost of items donated from business supplies (your cost) or services (wages).
Take a bouquet of balloons to a retirement center, just because.
Clear ‘their’ sidewalks and don’t tell anyone. Be service-minded and move toward your purpose-filled life. Love and service above all else.
* Please consult an accountant in your country to verify tax deductions available for hosting a foreign exchange student.
** Please consult an accountant in your country to verify tax charitable donation deductions available for businesses.
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