If you believe that all rich people are selfish, arrogant, entitled and dishonest and that you most definitely aren’t these things, you will again end up blocking money. You’ll either be scared to earn money in case you change and turn into someone that you don’t respect or like. Or you’ll feel completely disassociated from those traits and therefore decide that being rich just isn’t on the cards for you, because only rich and successful people are like that.
This is when you need to look past the person, because just as there are rich people who are selfish, arrogant, entitled and dishonest, there are also some poor people like that too. It’s just that we’ve chosen to focus on rich people and made money the problem. If we’re honest, it’s because part of us is searching for a reason to not need, or desire the money so badly. If we can justify to ourselves how bad it would be to be rich and how awful we would be as a person, then we don’t feel so bad when we aren’t rich. It’s a strange logic, but that’s the way our mind works.
So let’s consider all your negative views about people with money and those who are successful:
These questions can provide some powerful insights into our mind, our judgements and our money blocks. So what have you now become aware of? Is there anything significant now coming to light for you?
For many people, their insights can trigger lots of self-judgement and anger. They’re shocked that their own beliefs have held them back and impacted so many of their choices. I’ll say this again, please don’t judge yourself. You did the best you could at the time with the level of self-awareness that you had. Choose only to be curious and intrigued by how you feel and know that these new insights will make it much easier to release your blocks and become open to abundance.
To help release any lingering feelings of regret or self-judgement, we will be looking at self-forgiveness later in the program. The module will also include any forgiveness work that you need to do regarding others.