Additionally, money itself is nothing. We created the system, we created the paper, we created the power that money holds. So the way we think about money has a lot to do with how we take care of our money. If we think there is never enough that probably also lends itself to other areas of life where there is never enough joy, never enough love, never enough food. And the ironic thing is that when one starts thinking this way they then go and spend more money, eat more food, look for situations to introduce more love to ignore the underlying thought in the first place of scarcity. We humans are funny in what we will do to ignore anxiety and stress. I admit I have been in scarcity thinking most of my life. That I have to conserve and save and watch what I spend and has this led to more prosperity? NO. This has led to more fear, and anxiety, and scarcity thinking and has not propelled me to believe in myself and all the wonderful gifts I have to offer. And while it feels vulnerable to share this I believe I am not alone in this boat.
What if we all started believing in ourselves that what we have to offer the world is enough? How would that translate to how we feel about our financial status or our relationships or how we nourish our body?