“There is a secret psychology to money. Most people don’t know about it. That’s why most people never become financially successful. A lack of money is not the problem’ it is merely a symptom of what’s going on inside of you.” – T. Harv Eker
Let’s identify some of these limiting beliefs….
- Money doesn’t grow on trees.
- There’s not enough money to go around.
- It’s selfish to want a lot of money.
- You have to have money to make money.
- The rich get richer and the poor get poorer.
- You have to work too hard to get money.
- Money is the root of all evil.
- People with money are evil, selfish, and unethical.
- Rich people are greedy and dishonest.
- You can’t buy happiness.
- The more money you have, the more problems you have.
- If you are rich, you can’t be spiritual.
Now that we have listed these, all of these messages from early childhood can actually dilute your later financial success because they subconsciously emit a vibration that can cancel out your conscious intentions.
That goes for experiences, too. I had a terrible experience tripping over a 300m intermediate hurdle on a spring evening in 2006 – I never ran it again because of what happened.
See, a lot of people believe that money brings pain and misery, not ok to make more money than your family, becoming rich or successful would violate the family code, I’ll become a burden.
We make all these excuses that act as a psychological muscle. It holds us back and will continue holding you back if you don’t release the breaks.
So, I’ll give you three steps to turn around your limiting beliefs about money.
- Write down your limiting belief. – Money is the root of all evil.
- Challenge, make fun of, and argue with the limiting belief. – Money is the root of all philanthropy, might be the root of evil for someone who is evil, etc.
You can even write out your new money beliefs on 3×5 index cards and add them to your stack of affirmations to be read out loud with enthusiasm and passion everyday.
3. Create a positive turnaround statement. – Create a new statement that is the opposite of the original belief. “When it comes to me, money is the root of love, joy, and good works.
Podcast – https://www.spreaker.com/episode/9409156