Money container – how big is yours?

If you had $500…….

Or $5,000 or $50,000, what would you do with it?

Many times, we say, ‘If only I had a $1000, I would…’ or ‘If only I won $1 million in the lottery, I would….’

But what would you actually do if you had that extra money? If someone gifted you $1,000, would you rush out to spend that money? Probably buy a pair of shoes and a dress or would you put in your savings account or would you pay off some of your high-interest debt? Or perhaps, you will use it to further your investment.

These choices are hard to make.

Many lottery winners don’t know what to do with their money and often end up losing it all.

Here is an interesting concept (at least I felt a sense of awe when I first heard about it). We all have a money container that can only hold so much money. The reason lottery winners lose their winnings as quickly as they lose is that their money container is really small. So, they get rid of the extra as fast as they can. On the other hand, people like Donald Trump have a really good sized money container which is why even if they lose money, they can fill it back up quite quickly.

What determines the size of your money container?

I’m glad you asked.

Your beliefs determine the size of your money container and the flow of money into it. Most of these beliefs are from your childhood. When you were young, you could have had some hurt around money; so you develop this love-hate relationship with money.

You want a lot of money, so the Universe listens to you and sends a lot of money your way. Because of your relationship with money and your beliefs, now you feel either guilt or shame (or some lower vibration feeling). Ultimately making money move away from you.

So, here are my 3 tips to take care of your money container.

Tip #1: Do something good for yourself or for others.

Tip #2: Improve your relationship with money. Here is a fun exercise. Take your wallet, if you have some money take it out and talk to it. Now listen to how money talks back to you. Do you feel happy doing this or is it a negative emotion (feeling yucky or angry or sad)? This is your current relationship with money.

Tip #3: Always bless the money you have. Whether it is $1 or $100, always bless money. Whether it is money into or out of your account, do it with good vibes.

Your current relationship with money is something you’ve lived with for a long time. So, it will take a long time to change it to the one you like. Be persistent or if you would like someone to guide you, it will be my pleasure to help you.

I’m excited for March and all the luck heading my way 🍀



Living in Tune

Liz Roberta’s ‘Living in Tune’ is a book I’ve been reading. It is not a book just to be read. Her 21 inspiring questions are for you to ponder about where you want to go. Working through this book, a lot of wisdom has come from it and I’ve got greater clarity on how I want my life to be.