Yes, you have a connection to money.
And everything else, of course!
But when I say things like, “you have a connection to money” it gets your attention.
It’s what most of us are looking for.
Money makes us feel secure.
And maybe even important.
As if we’re the type of people who can flash it around…and command respect.
It’s not where I intended to go with this video. This is actually the third or fourth one I’ve done over the years that has to do with a small body of water that leads to an ocean.
Each of them had the same theme. When you connect to your source, good things happen.
Because you’re no longer in it alone. You are aligned with power that is bigger than you, separated from your source.
And yet somehow we’re not supposed to talk about money being among those things.
“It’s not spiritual.”
“It’s low on the hierarchy of needs.”
Yadda, Yadda, Yadda.
Money is the symbol of our energy. It’s what we’ve decided to use to assess our value in the marketplace.
And it’s how we place relative value on our goods and services.
Stronger and more useful energy generally equals more money.
And for the spiritual and generous among us, money is a way to rebalance things that are out of balance.
We can give some to people who need it, or for causes we believe in.
Either way, it’s a symbol of our mastery of this life experience.
Not the symbol, but a universally recognized symbol.
So yeah, I don’t really have a problem using “Your Connection to Money” as a way to entice people to watch the video, or read these words.
Someone who wants more of it, and is willing to walk the path of self worth, wisdom and discipline will take what’s offered and make something profound happen.
How connected are you to the world around you?
What are your thoughts about money? Spiritual? Corrupting? Something else?
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