Originally Posted by iDreamCatcher
Emotional feelings of result of wealth (security, peace, happy) are driving force.
Irrelevancy of your initial desire is releasing brakes (letting go).
Either one of these is not enough - both must be present.
Don't say nonsense like this. People want money so they can enjoy the exciting freedom that it makes possible. The freedom to simply decide "I want to go to Disney World" and being able to just do it
. The freedom to look at something cool and just get it
. The freedom to think of a plan and just implement it
You cannot achieve this exciting freedom "in your head". You can pump yourself up but when your impulses find no outlet in the external world, it is impossible to sustain the feeling of freedom because your experience keeps contradicting it and it magnifies the feeling of impotence.
People doing #1 and wondering where's ma money? |
Do #1 and make it feel so good for you, that subject of money becomes kinda boring.
The subject of money IS boring. That's why people with it, the happy ones at least, are always working hard to get rid of it. Nobody cares about money. They care about the power money provides to make intentions actually, trully, quickly manifest. You want a new car? If you have money, there is no need to sit in your sofa and imagine it, let go, visualize, feel the car is yours, let go, let go, let go, realize you still don't have the car, feel guilty you didn't let go, let go again.. you can go to the dealership and sit in the actual cars, pick one you like from first hand experience and then just drive off with it.