Yes, we all think a lot about money, money, money—but have you ever thought about what money represents in the mental realm rather than in this so-called physical world?
Why do we focus so much on money? Is it because it lets us afford the things we want? Is it that we feel secure having a healthy bank account? Does it give us status, a request from our ego?
When we look at it from a metaphysical viewpoint, it’s only a convenient means of exchange. Nothing more, nothing less. Our wealth does not necessarily depend on money; it rather depends on our understanding of Truth and the meaning of Wealth Consciousness.
That comment, of course, begs the question: what does ‘Wealth Consciousness’ mean to us? How else, but money, can we feel abundantly provided for? How do we create wealth consciousness?
First, we must change our sense from ‘I have to earn money to make a living’ to ‘I am abundantly provided for’. Wealth does not consist of money alone. Money is only the visible symbol of our abundance, which is produced in the mind. There is plenty of goods for all of us. We must see a broader view of abundance to include an abundance of love, friends, happiness, gratitude and so on.
We must stop blocking our natural flow by limiting ourselves to such restrictive thoughts as ‘I don’t have enough,’ I need,’ or ‘I am broke,’ and replace them with ‘I have everything I need’ and feel it as strongly as we can this to be the Truth. And most of all, crown it with gratitude for what we already have. Gratitude multiplies. What are your thoughts on this topic?