Saying YES! to Abundance

Are you turned on when it comes to money? I recently asked this in a FB post – “Do you love money?” Most people said yes. A few said no. However, the curious thing was that even though most people said yes, are they acting and behaving in a way that demonstrates that they truly love money? Intuitively, the answer is no. When you love money you don’t come to that relationship with FEAR. When you’re in relationship with a person and they are running the energy of fear it feels kind of icky, right? They’re not in their power and it makes you feel awkward too. It’s the same with MONEY. Do you know what it means to consciously create a CARE-FUL relationship with money where you are bringing care, love and attention to how money FEELS? After working in a bank for 13 years I learned a lot about how wealthy people acted when it came to their relationship with money. They trusted it and they trusted themselves to be able to create it. They took action to have it come into their lives. It never fails to amaze me how people can get caught up in wanting …

What is your intuition telling you about MONEY?

In my old life, I worked in a bank for 13 years. For 5 of those years, I worked in the prestigious Private Bank area of the bank, for customers with a high net worth. It was fascinating to see the difference in how wealthy people treated their money. They were on much better terms with it emotionally. They saw it as a partner and a tool to create with. They appreciated what they could do with it so they took calculated risks. They had what I would call money intelligence, which is a phrase for being FAMILIAR with money. In my other roles in the bank, I saw a lot of FEAR and SEPARATION around money. People were petrified of being denied and afraid of being judged when it came to their money. I’ll never forget how soul-crushing it felt to turn people down for a loan, especially if it was for a house. The smell of dreams turning to toast is something I’ll never forget. In the metaphysical world, money takes on a whole new dimension. Here are a few things I’ve learnt along the way. 1. People don’t love talking about money. It’s often seen as taboo …