Desiring Money is not Evil.

This post is the first in our new eight-part Winter Series entitled “Love Yourself Wealthy”, I want to introduce the topic of money and outline why it is so important from a personal development point of view that we get comfortable with money.

So often women don’t like to discuss money. We find it a vulgar subject and have been conditioned to keep money matters private. However, those who are truly wealthy do not take this approach at all. It is very nearly impossible to accumulate wealth without discussing it, learning about it and making it a priority in your own life. That is why I have chosen to make money the focus of this winter series of newsletters as money is, in many ways, the epitome of self-love. And, with Christmas coming and the financial anxiety that it can bring, I thought this series might support you into the festive season. Let’s intend love and joy for you rather than panic and fear!

Self-love means unconditionally loving all aspects of ourselves with understanding and compassion. It also means giving ourselves permission to create a life that we truly desire which usually requires the vehicle of money. Obviously it is fantastic when we feel that we have more money so that we can treat ourselves and live a larger lifestyle but money brings with it much more than material things. The energetic and vibrational increase that occurs for a woman in terms of confidence and self-esteem, self-worth and personal development when they achieve financial success is astounding. Money can’t buy happiness but it can go a long way to helping you have the freedom to realise it.

20. Self love means giving myself permission to take up space in the world_1

As an energy, Money itself is not evil (despite the antiquated adage of it being at “the root of all evil”). Actually money is a neutral force which people can use or equally misuse. We can be of greater service to others and those that we love when we have the means to make a difference. Money helps us to find freedom as well as to exercise our generosity and compassion in ways that make a bigger difference.
Money is very often (but admittedly not always) the enabler of our desires and will have a greater influence on the terms of our lives than any other factor we can think of! Thus, it is most certainly worth thinking about and talking about money!
1. I used to believe money is bad until i doscovered the truth that money can be the catalyst for so much good_2
In our next newsletter we will focus on our “money stories”, belief systems and attitudes towards wealth that may not be serving us and look at ways that we can transform them into ones that do.
If you have deep beliefs around not being worthy of financial success or deserving of living a life filled with all you desire, I am available for complimentary discovery calls to look into what might be blocking you. The work I do with women is very much about looking at beliefs that are holding you back from claiming the life that you desire. If you are interested in claiming support around this area, do jump on the phone with me. 
Big Love,

Katie

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