Do you use money as a reflection of your self worth?
Do you believe you are worthy of having money and growing wealth...or not?
When we equate self worth to wealth, it reinforces psychological messages which define personal worth in the context of conditional love.
The lesson is to grow to appreciate who you are regardless of what you are earning and to understand why you use money to reflect your value.
Without this understanding, positive change cannot occur.
Self perceptions have the ability to profoundly impact financial circumstances, both positively and negatively.
Our values are moulded by "emotions" and practical steps may be taken to detach from emotion so as to focus on building, or rebuilding, strong financial foundations.
We have developed a short course to assist those seeking to understand their self perceptions and change financial outcomes.
INVESTING IN SELF FIRST
We work with the overall situation to resolve inner DIS-ease.
The focus of our short course is to provide guidance on how to invest in SELF first.
Money when used to reflect self-worth has the potential to create circumstances where you fall victim to the perceptions of your own lack of self worth..
We cannot create or sustain wealth if we do not firstly believe that we can. In a circumstance where there has been a financial loss, we need to ask ourselves - "what have I learned from this financial disaster" "Where is my inner DIS-ease to have created this loss" "what steps can I take to change this"
It is then about working on all levels - of getting to know ourselves, understanding why the loss occurred, choosing not to be a victim then connecting to inner strength and moving forwards
It is a journey in redefining self beliefs, of changing negative self perceptions and working to build a solid foundation.
A short course designed to support positive change.
Recognise and actively step out of fear and emotion. Changing from a perception of "lack" to seeing value and claiming it
Thank you very much for helping me out in getting back to my path. It is a rare gift. It is invaluable. Your program is truly excellent. Well constructed, logical and easy to follow, despite my frustration. Now looking back, I think the frustration was good, because I was about to uncover, what needed to be seen. LILY T Hong Kong
WHEN YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT TO DO
"From learning to control your emotions, comes freedom."