Emotions are Money

How can emotions be linked to money?

Let me first give you some background as to how and maybe why I received this information and why I must share it with you now.

I have spent my career in the last 20 years focused on essentially two things: money and emotions.  I had no idea they were connected until now.

I started off as a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) for millionaires, then decided I wanted to use my skills and abilities to help those on the other end of the spectrum.  I became a wage and hour investigator assisting in the return of millions of dollars to hard working employees who were not paid wages legally owed to them.  I was always particularly fascinated with human behavior and the role of human emotions in relationships and the work environment.  This led me to focus on helping people one on one in healing emotional wounds through a process of energy clearing.

Here is the important part:

I have not heard or read anyone talking about this, but emotions are energy in circulation.  We all have an emotional body just like we have a physical body.  We are also microcosms of the macrocosmic universe.  Everyone knows that money is energy, but did you know that money is the outer reflection of emotions specifically?

Physical healers will all tell you that disease is a denial of emotions; and….so is debt.

I am going to speak specifically to the collective culture in the United States because it is the one I am most familiar with.  Everyone here is aware of their physical bodies and matter in all its manifestations because it can be seen and touched with our physical senses and we can get easy agreement from our neighbor that our living room chair for example is blue if it is blue.  You may disagree on the specific shade, but you can agree it is still blue.

Nutrition, exercise, fashion, and computers are all billion dollar industries.  We know very clearly what they do for us, and based on how identified we are with matter, or the physical, we will invest in it.  As a culture, professions like accounting, healthcare, attorneys, engineers, and computer technicians are greatly respected for how they can help our physical assets (homes, bodies, computers, money, cars).

What about our emotions?  We do in fact have an emotional body.  The problem is that we cannot see it.  We can feel it, but we cannot physically touch it.  For that reason, as a collective culture raised on Newtonian physics, we mostly deny it.  When you get physically injured or come down with the flu, you can get a doctor’s note and be excused from school or work.  You are even advised to stay home and take care of yourself.

So what happens when there is an injury to the emotional body?  Basically, you are told to pretend you don’t have it.  Have you ever heard anyone say you are not allowed to cry at work, or women are too emotional, or the eye roll and blank stare when an emotion is expressed? Maybe someone who is really into the positive thinking movement believes lower emotions are bad and decides to quickly change the subject.  This is all denial of the emotional body and it has been going on collectively for a long time.  The history of the financial system in the United States and how it is linked to the denial of emotions will be covered on another post.

So what does this have to do with money?

Emotions are like energetic charges.  The word charge is appropriate because it feels like a charge in your body.  You feel anger and your face gets red from the intensity of the charge for example.

Like charges on a credit card, emotional charges do not go away, they gather interest until they are paid.

Emotional charges simply are asking for conscious attention, no thought or judgment, only attention and awareness.  They are debts in your energy field that have been pushed away, ignored, and are asking to be seen.   The longer they are in the shadows, the more energetic interest they gather until they are paid conscious attention to.  Energy healers specialize in helping you with this by clearing large amounts of charges from your emotional body that can reflect as financial debts being paid in the physical.  I have experienced this first hand.

Let me give you some examples.  Notice people who tend to have their emotions under lock and key and keep them tightly hidden away.  They probably have money saved up in accounts they don’t ever touch.  Although they seem unaffected by emotions, they are also not benefiting from them either.  There is a flat and stale quality to their energy.

There is also those with the personality archetype that is committed to proving that they are a victim.  They dismiss the emotions of contentment and happiness because they pose a threat to their identity.  People with this dominant archetype may find they do not have money to do the things they would like to do.  Their emotions have control over them and so does money, so more than likely they work in jobs they do not like or are in relationships they are very unhappy in for money.

Another example is someone who only allows positive emotions.  If a negative emotion arises, it is immediately denied and repressed as they proceed to recite positive affirmations on their way to the next big millionaire mindset event, intent on making this year their most profitable one yet.  You will find that many of these people have large amounts of debt due to they systematic denial of certain emotions.

If you want more abundance in your life, consider allowing whatever emotions come your way to play, to tantrum, and to go when they are ready to.

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