How do you feel about money? 

The feelings, thoughts and related traumas you have regarding money determine your current money situation. It’s not the other way around.

It’s often a revelation to see the patterns in your life that have to do with money. Most of our understanding and attitude about it come from our parents, society and peers. Might be quite funny to realize that those old ingrained ideas are not really relevant to the present.

Margaret Lynch has developed a fascinating group of processes to examine all aspects of the subject. Having trained with her and worked with clients, I recognize the value of this type of exploration and enjoy seeing the changes that it produces.

Five Types of Money: 

  • Savings
  • Debt
  • Income
  • Income Goals
  • Toxic Money

The first step in changing your relationship with money is to do an assessment to clarify where your blocks or limitations lie. Contact me to have a conversation about the topic.


What is Money, Actually?

Money:  bills, coins, numbers on a spreadsheet at the bank, is a measure of energy exchange. Normally, you would think that if you put out a lot of energy, you would get a satisfying return. Why is this not always true? 

Sometimes the return is not in money. Sometimes you have a set limit in your subconscious as to how much money it is safe for you to have. Sometimes, you get a greater return than you expected and feel you don’t deserve it. Sometimes money comes with conditions or rules that are onerous. 

Consider this: how much you are willing to give or get (subconsciously) affects what arrives in your life. You can change how well you handle energy exchange in your life. You can reset your relationship to money by cleaning up financial traumas, goal traumas, and the acceptance or rejection of the money paradigm you grew up with as a child. 

Let money be your best friend. Contact me if you want to talk about it.