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Dear People,


In a perfect world everybody would have enough money to do what's right for them and to enjoy life as it's meant to be enjoyed. Sadly, this is not the case. I have held workshops to increase abundance and financial flow, but today I'm going to write a little bit about financial difficulties, because I keep seeing them more and more around me.

Why do you have financial difficulties?
If you are experiencing a lack of money the first question should be, why is that?

On the income front:
  • Are you earning a fair wage based on your skills? If not, should you look for another job, should you try for a raise or do both?
  • If you are not working, why is that? Should you focus on health before finances?
  • Are you denying yourself money by not accepting it from friends or family? 
  • Do you have time and skills that could bring you money and purpose, but are you choosing instead to spend that time doing destructive things?
On the expenses front:
  • Are you spending money on things that don't matter to you?
  • Have you changed, but not changed your expenses accordingly? For example: if you stopped reading that magazine, cancel your subscription.  
  • Can you make smarter choices? For example: find better deals.
On the spiritual front:
  • What lessons are you learning because of this lack?
  • Are you sabotaging or harming yourself with behavior or thought patterns to cause a lack of money?
  • Are you afraid of money? Or what money might bring (problems, jealousy, power struggle).
  • Do you feel you serve a higher purpose if you ask for less money or work for less money?
  • Do you think there is a lack of money?
Financial difficulty exercises
Besides the obvious, working on the core problems it's also helpful to do some exercises that can help shake loose extra money. If you don't have difficulties, but you'd like some extra, feel free to do them as well.
  • Try Daily Affirmations for a month to see what happens
  • Make your money flow 'real', by creating a money trail near a money-box (some coins before it). Put one in every time you have an unexpected amount of extra money and place a new coin on the trail.
  • Visualize money raining down on you
  • Whenever you spend money, bless it by saying: I happily take care of myself and I know the money will return to me.
  • Ask for a Money Miracle
Want to share an abundance creating exercise or success story? Post a comment on the Blog, Facebook Fan Page or e-mail me.
Dear People,

Recently a client asked me if I see a healer too for issues that I have myself and what I do to recharge. I thought those were excellent questions so I thought I'd share what I do for myself. I'm sure this article won't stay up to date, as healing is a journey and I will change.

Do you see other healers?
Yes, of course. Healing yourself is important and I do regular Healing work ranging from Vibration Healing, to working with Chakras and Crystals, Music Therapy, Meditation... the list is almost endless.

However, healing yourself can sometimes be like hanging outside of a window by your arms and trying to get back inside. It's hard to pull yourself up. Having somebody stand inside and pull you up is so much easier. So I see Healers if I have something that I can't easily heal myself OR if it's something I can't do myself (ever tried giving yourself a good back massage?).

What other healers do you see at the moment?
I see massage therapists, as sometimes things get stuck in my body. Having a massage helps my body to relax and helps me to refocus. I prefer Tuina, a type of Chinese Health Massage, but I've had other types of massage too. Best I ever received was Vietnamese Massage in Paris, which was lovely and works on the emotional as well as physical plane. Sadly, due to distance, I can't make it a regular thing.

If I'm really stuck, I go and have foot reflexology. It's probably for me, personally, the most painful type of massage. However, it gets everything flowing and my whole body gets a workout. Acupressure points work very well for me (Tuina uses those too), so it's no surprise both modalities make me feel so good (eventually!).

Naturally, I've tried a lot of other healing modalities in the past, but these two continue to give great benefits, because they fit with what I need.

What other things do you do to recharge?
  1. Spa or (Sauna like we say in Dutch) is always number 1. It helps my body recharge and detox and I love a Spa day. 
  2. Meditation, especially active Meditation (Osho)
  3. Creative work (painting, embroidery, writing, designing)
  4. Yoga or Pilates
  5. Reading
  6. Urban Rebounding (I have a mini indoor trampoline to jump on)
I'm sure I do more things, but these are the most important that I can do on my own that help me balance, recharge and refocus.

What's most surprising to people is usually what's not on the list. I do not watch random TV. I find it mind numbing and spiritually empty. I do watch specific shows, but rarely, and I do watch TED Talks, for inspiration and growth. No cable subscription for me for the last 10+ years.

Want to share what you do to recharge? Post a comment on the Blog or the Facebook Fan Page!