Posts Tagged ‘Poverty thinking’

Do Others Affect How Much Money You Make?

July 25, 2022

A client’s business was doing great when suddenly her success screeched to a halt with only one completed transaction in nearly six months!

Being someone who looks on the positive side, she regularly reported having several deals that were pending or appeared to be sure bets. However, it turned out that each one fell apart for one reason or another.

To top it off, she gave several, well-received marketing presentations that were supposed to bring referrals but didn’t work out. 

While talking about it during a 1:1 session, she connected the dots.

Her momentum stopped the same month she became the leader of a church group that helps the homeless.

In addition to their poverty thinking, she noticed that the conversation of her volunteer group always drifted into drama about their own lives.

Add to this a new boss who complains a lot, motivating my client to schedule appointments so she and her manager are together in the office as little as possible.

At the end of her session, she realized she had to take better care of her energy.

Three days later, she shared the following. Instead of driving with others to do their charitable work, and thinking about butterflies and rainbows to tune out their whining, she took care of herself by driving her own car.

She said, “We have to guard our energy as if our life depends on it, because it does.”

The following day, only four days after her aha moments and after months of setbacks, I received her enthusiastic voicemail.

“I want to let you know it has been a fantastic, fantastic day.” 

  • “I met a client last night after we got off our call. He submitted all his documentation immediately, and he’s ready for approval.”
  • Another client of hers had a significant issue that miraculously got resolved, so his deal is moving along.
  • Another woman’s deal is now in the process of closing, too. 
  • Plus, she received a call to present to 35 professionals in her target market.

She ignited her momentum by releasing other people’s negative energy and being more attentive to taking care of her own.


“Get rich; that is the best way you can help the poor. And you cannot hold the mental image which is to make you rich if you fill your mind with pictures of poverty.”

Wallace D. Wattles, The Science of Getting Rich

Poverty can come in many forms, such as money, spirit, focus, associations, confidence and beliefs.

This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t associate with people who are experiencing challenges. However, be aware if you are vibrationally aligning with their condition instead of allowing them to shift into one that’s more beneficial.

Pay attention to the energy others are weaving in your life. How can you take better care of your energy? What unseen energy of others might be taking a toll on you and your finances?

Wondering what to do about it? Ask your Essence. It has your “soulution.”  

With gratitude,

Virginia

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Tired of riding on a money yo-yo or
being the effect of
others’ energies?

Contact me for a complimentary
Soulgoals Break-free Session at:

Virginia@Soulgoals.com

I work with people
who choose to share their gifts
or business in a BIGGER way
but don’t know how, feel stuck
or would benefit from new tools
or support.

I help them be richly compensated
doing what they love by connecting
with their Soul’s goals.

Original Soulgoals’ Blog posted on July 17, 2017

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