Make More Money Part 2

Make More Money Part 2



Make More Money Part 2
In Make More Money Part One I​ discussed the​ many beliefs that prevent people from making as​ much money as​ they could from their work .​
Among these were contrasting beliefs such as,​ my work has no value and my talents are a​ gift from God,​ so I​ should give my work away for free .​
In Part 2 we discover that there are two other major categories of​ problems with making money .​
These are mainly toxic belief systems i.e .​
patterns of​ cultural brainwashing that cause people to:
1.have problems holding on​ to​ the​ money
2.wait for someone else to​ make money for them.
Two common toxic belief systems that cause I​ can’t hold on​ to​ money are:
•The Holiness Program that says that being Holy and doing my soul mission requires sacrifice,​ suffering,​ and misery .​
Popular requirements for being holy also include poverty,​ failure,​ celibacy,​ asceticism,​ martyrdom,​ persecution,​ death,​ loneliness,​ isolation,​ lovelessness,​ depression,​ frustration,​ exhaustion,​ illness,​ and pain .​
Ironically,​ poverty and failure are more likely to​ inhibit a​ person’s ability to​ work,​ be productive and make a​ contribution to​ the​ world than vice-versa.
•The Scarcity Program that says there are only a​ limited amount of​ resources to​ go around .​
If you​ have money then somebody else does not,​ and therefore you​ can’t have something without hurting someone else .​
The guilt that this produces causes people to​ give away what they have,​ or​ turn down opportunities for success.
Two common toxic belief systems that cause Someone else will make money for me are:
•The Dependency program that says you​ can’t survive on​ your own,​ the​ world is​ a​ dangerous and cruel place,​ and therefore you​ must be dependent on​ someone else to​ take care of​ you​ .​
This pattern causes people,​ particularly women,​ to​ seem financially independent,​ but in​ fact they just get by rather than being really successful.
•The Gender program that says women are inferior to​ men and need to​ find a​ man to​ survive .​
In order to​ do so,​ a​ woman can’t be too bright,​ successful,​ or​ powerful and still be attractive to​ men.
Success Stories
Samantha inherited money from her family .​
Suddenly she felt that she no longer needed to​ work and resigned from teaching .​
Her life began to​ feel meaningless and she felt guilty about having money she didn’t earn and felt she didn’t deserve .​
She confided that having money ruined my life .​
After clearing her Holiness and Scarcity programs she decided to​ use the​ money in​ the​ service of​ her soul .​
She renovated her home,​ pursued further spiritual training,​ and developed a​ wonderful relationship with a​ loving man who would do anything for her .​
She also went back to​ teaching realizing that it​ was an​ important way of​ making her soul contribution… she hadn’t been doing it​ solely for the​ money .​
Her life feels meaningful and rewarding.
Marian had a​ successful therapy practice until she moved in​ with James,​ a​ nice Jewish doctor .​
Suddenly her case load diminished dramatically .​
James told her not to​ worry; he would support her for a​ while .​
Her motivation to​ market herself disappeared .​
When her case load didn’t increase after a​ year,​ Marian’s self-esteem started to​ slip while James got angry and resentful .​
After clearing her dependency and gender programs,​ Marian filled her practice and finds her work very satisfying .​
James is​ happy and feels more secure about the​ relationship.




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