Financial Limitation as a Belief System
August 13, 2009 in Prosperity
It’s commonly believed that financial limitations happen because of bad luck or they must be blamed on some external force such as God, the company, or the economy. So many individuals hope for more, and may even try to change their luck by playing the lottery. They imagine a different reality of joyful and rich living. What we don’t usually see is that individual making an attempt to be anything more than they believe themselves to be – and financial limitation is a large part of that belief.
Is it possible that financial problems are a direct result of what you believe about yourself? My coaching for you to consider is to declare your freedom from the belief that your financial wherewithal is tied one hundred percent to the economy. I also encourage you to look at wealth as something more than money. Look at it as a way of life, perhaps an attitude, and your choice to make.
Wealth is the balance and intersection of mind, body, spirit and emotion. In other words, well-being. The starting point in creating this balance is in taking responsibility for your own thoughts. You aren’t responsible for the bank defaults or the bankruptcy of General Motors. You are responsible for what you think about them. You can’t afford to let the analysts and the media tell you what you should think and feel. How you think and feel about the economy in general and your own finances specifically will consistently determine your personal experience.
To stay in the positive flow of universal abundance, you must keep your thoughts centered on sufficiency and well-being. Stay away from a “there is not enough” consciousness. The truth is that the Universe will make you prosperous and successful if you stop throwing up roadblocks to the ideas that come to you, opportunities that show up on a daily basis, and the words you use to share your wisdom.