I’m grateful for lessons in Divine financial abundance. When I say lessons, I really mean finding my way home to truth. I’ve had reactions to certain words, phrases, judgments, beliefs, and thoughts about money since I was young. I don’t always know why I have the reactions I have, but none the less, they are there. It’s almost like my soul is tapping me saying this is true or this is not true. Let’s take, “Money is evil.” I’ve never liked this one. It makes my body tense up and want to physically remove it from my very atmosphere. Money is paper. Money is a material thing. It’s the thoughts and beliefs we choose to put into money that make it what it is to us. Let’s dig deeper.
One of the greatest freedoms I uncovered is the power of my own perspective. I’m still a work in progress when it comes to Divine financial abundance, but here is what I’ve discovered so far. The second I focus my energy around a thought and attach my feelings to it, the thought becomes a belief. I have to REALLY be conscious of the energy I’m projecting out into the world. That being said, let’s take, “Money is evil.” If I choose to believe money is evil, I psychically, physically, spiritually, mentally, and emotionally reject the energy of money coming to me for doing good. That doesn’t work for me. I don’t believe that money is evil. I will not blame a piece of paper for what what humans choose to do with it. Not all humans make choices that contribute to the fear, lack, and separation within themselves and out in the world using money as the weapon. Some people choose to do wonderful things with money. Some people’s use of money benefits many people’s lives in many different ways. That is not the money that makes that choice, it is the individual who is putting their energy into what they do with the money. We are each accountable and responsible for what is going on inside of us and what we choose to project out to the world.
That being said, why should someone who is doing good things to help many people feel like they shouldn’t be allowed to enjoy financial abundance themselves? Why as a society do we think professions that serve others should make less? Is that money’s fault? NO, that is a human perspective problem in my book. I bought into this perspective and joined in on many judgments of others for this perspective too. All I was doing was keeping financial abundance away from myself. What I believe projects out and comes back. I can’t just choose to believe that in one area of my life and not the other, LOL. It just doesn’t work that way.
I’ve been working through breaking many thought and belief patterns tied to Divine financial abundance. Since I asked the Universe for help, I’ve been seeing so many different blocks I’m still holding onto. The beauty is that I know when I have worked through my blocks when Divine financial abundance flows into my life. I keep remembering any thought I put out into the Universe is creating my reality. The more conscious I am, the more aware I am of what I’m putting out into the world.
Today, I believe that Divine financial abundance is something that comes when my beliefs about money are aligned with my passion for what I’m contributing. Once my beliefs align, my actions align. Once my actions align, my outcomes align.
I’ve told myself again and again that money always shows up when I need it. Well, this statement has been true for me in so many ways, because I believe it to be true. Here’s the block though, it shows up when I “NEED” it. If I fuel energy of love, abundance, and peace and imagine myself doing something that needs money, even if it’s something like a road trip, the money shows up. If I imagine my kids having a specific experience that I need money for, the money shows up. If I imagine myself in a specific place with a specific person, the way shows up. The issue is that until recently, I haven’t expanded my belief beyond need. AHHHHH…that was a HUGE awakening moment for me. I’m grateful for the opportunity to see and be open to changing perspectives of truth that are no longer serving me to the extent that I know is possible. This doesn’t make the belief wrong, just limited. I love seeing ways to expand my own limited thinking.
Today, I commit to being open to Divine financial abundance. My new mantra is, My financial wealth comes from doing what I love to do. That perspective makes me feel open and expansive in my body, mind, and soul. Now, I take the perspective deeper by defining what I love to do:
- I love serving others from a loving place.
- I love speaking both virtually and in-person to groups of people looking to align themselves with living their best lives.
- I love writing as a form of service to humanity.
- I love writing as a tool to deepen my connection with Divine energy, which is love, abundance, and peace.
- I love sharing my experiences of aligning with the energy of love, abundance, and peace with others.
- I love reading about other people’s journeys in how they choose to live from a loving place.
- I love supporting others who are working through their energy of fear, lack, and separation.
- I love being creative and trying new things to further align me with the energy of love, abundance, and peace.
- I love helping people work together in a team.
- I love helping individuals, teams, and leaders increase their communication skills.
- I love helping people to get out of their own way.
I’m just writing these down as they come up. The list may change, grow, or expand as more and more clarity comes to me. That’s how this journey works. We are not stuck with any belief (perspective of truth) that no longer works for us. Sometimes we buy into beliefs for awhile to show us that they are not working. That doesn’t mean those beliefs won’t work for someone else, but that is not our journey to figure out.
Today is about figuring out how to be open to Divine financial abundance. It’s not about what anybody else does or believes. It’s about what I’m choosing to believe and how those beliefs affect my life and my level of abundance that I’m allowing into my life. If you embark on this journey focus on your own beliefs and dig as deep as you can to see how those beliefs about money and/or financial abundance affect your life. Then determine what is the best route for you.
Here are a some tips: Our judgments of others help us to see what beliefs are holding prisoner and which ones are setting us free. Observe your thoughts and judgments about people who have money and the people who don’t. Observe your thoughts and judgments of how you define success and failure (monetarily speaking). Observe how you think around people who have money and people who do not. Make a list: on one side write beliefs about money that align with love, abundance, and peace. On the other side write beliefs about money that align with fear (consequences of having money), lack (not enough), and separation (Better or less than others).
A reminder to self: Don’t forget to laugh. It helps to get stuck energy moving.
With Love, Abundance, and Peace,
©Rachael Wolff 2021
Author of Letters from a Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World (Click on book cover to learn more)