Money is Simply Energy
How are you and money getting along these days? Are you happy and playing well together? Everybody needs healthy relationships — including and especially with the one you have with money. How do you kindle the flame of attraction and keep it burning in the pocket book department? It’s easier than you think.
Our Play with Your Money Workbook will help you to cultivate joy in handling the green stuff.
What is money anyway?
- It’s not really real.
- It’s a collective concept.
- It’s the energy of giving and receiving.
- It’s energy we exchange for goods.
- It’s energy forked over for talent.
- It’s the energy flowing, hopefully, more in than out of your bank accounts.
“Do you know what my favorite part of the game is? The opportunity to play.”
Have you ever started a relationship from a place of fear or maybe somebody was in fear of you?
Fear is not attractive. Fear, longing, coveting and loathing, these things do not draw you in. They repel. This is the same way it works with money because money is simply energy. The Play with Your Money Workbook shows you how to play with money energy. It’ll change the way you approach money and put play back in your day.
The Play with Your Money Workbook includes some fun tricks to flip the script of financial seriousness.
- Stash some bucks in findable places
- Learn to make cash fly
- Take your debit card out to lunch
Zap of Gratitude and Levity
Okay, that sounds kind of funny and that indeed is the point!
The Play with Money workbook will help you lift the weight of striving for more money. It’ll turn the tables of dread over managing your balance sheet, lighten it up and with that bring a zap of gratitude and levity to your day. What relief you’ll feel when dollars become donuts rolling in on the wheels of karma. That’s the idea, lighten it up a bit, add some Play with Your Money tools to your life and beat back your old scripts that keep you bound to financial seriousness. Of course, there’s always time for that.
The Play with Your Money workbook gives you a break.
You get to play with the dough, leave your money worries in the dustbin and start interacting with money in a different way so that you can have a more open and friendly, warm relationship which will draw more of it to you.
Now that sounds like fun!
““To truly laugh, you must be able to take your pain, and play with it!”