Poverty Consciousness is a focused attention of the thought patterns of “I don’t have enough.”
These thought patterns are based in a vibration of fear and lack of self-worth & value.
Some conscious thoughts and fears that go along with this pattern are:
“I’m not good enough”
“I’m not talented enough”
“I don’t have enough money, time, resources, support etc.”
“What if I invest and I don’t get my money’s worth or back?”
If you slide down this slippery slope you will soon find yourself in a space of constriction.
What you focus on is what you create.
If you’re constantly focused on “there’s not enough” then the reflection in your outer world will give you what you’re attention is focusing on… “not enough.”
Money is an exchange of energy.
You could even say a representation of your self-worth and value. If you “don’t have enough” self-worth or value then you will perceive your outer world reflection in the same way.
Poverty conscious can also stem from past lives.
Ever have those flash backs of being a pilgrim, farmer, nun, priest, monk etc…? Multiple lives have been lived in the consciousness of lack.
If you were a psychic, intuitive, healer or medicine person in the past it’s possible that you also have many lives that were lived in poverty.
Nuns, Priests, Monks etc… back in the day, all took vows of Poverty! Yes, if you had a life as one of these then it’s likely you also VOWED to be poor in that lifetime.
Those are what we call Soul contracts, agreements and vows that you made in a past life that are carried over into this one because they haven’t been broken, dissolved or cleared. They are energetic blocks that perpetuate the consciousness of poverty.
Poverty Consciousness can also be inherieted. Yup, inhereidted. You may be carrying beleif systems from your parents, ancestors, or culture.
You’re not born with the thoughts of being in Poverty Consciousness. Those thought/behavioral patterns are learned – mostly from childhood.
Ask yourself the following questions…
1. Do you feel as if you’re not a good as some of the other people around you?
2. Do you feel as if you’re not talented as some of the other people around you?
3. Do you have thoughts that make you feel as if you’re not worthy of success?
4. Do you have great ideas that you try to market but get no response from your clients/customers?
5. Do you set your pricing according to market value and then find yourself discounting your products or services because you don’t think anyone would pay that price for it?
6. Do you offer services to a client/customer and then discount it because you don’t think your service was worth the price you were charging?
7. Do you sometimes say to yourself “Who’s going to pay me this much for what I do?”
8. Do you sometimes add onto your packages because you feel guilty for charging so much?
9. Do you avoid educational events that would help you expand/promote your business because they cost too much?
10. Do you spend money on others and avoid taking care of yourself because you don’t think there’s enough for both?
…there are many more situations but you’ll know if any of the above resonate with you.
So, it sounds like the cards are stacked against you, don’t they?
Well, they’re not! There are numerous ways to deal with the Consciousness of Poverty.
You could work on it from a place of:
*Affirming your Worth & Value
*Energy Work – to Release Past Vows, Clear Past lives and energetically increase your levels of worth, value, empowerment and self-esteem.
*Coaching – There are many mind-set coaches that can help with this – I use the Trademarked Process of In-Vizion® to shift those subconscious blocks. Why? Because it works and it works FAST!
…or any other Energetic or Subconscious thought intervention.
You’re not a slave to your subconscious. You can break the patterns and start living in rich, authentic, prosperous life as you follow your passion.
I should know… I did it!
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