Millionaire Mind |Wealth Principles |Money Mastery
Last post we talked about the way that programming and modelling have set our financial blueprints and shared an exercise in our to change this part of our blueprint.
Today we will talk about more gems I have got from the book ‘Secrets of the Millionaire Mind” by T Harv Eker.
Another way that our thoughts about money can be influenced is from specific incidents.
Harv gives the example of Josey. When she was eleven years old her parents were having yet another argument about money at a restaurant. Her Dad was standing up thumping the table. Next thing she knew he was tuning red then blue then falling to the floor. Because Josey had learned CPR in swim team she administered CPR to him but he died in her arms. So from that day forth Josey’s mind linked money to pain. As an adult she got rid of all her money as soon as she earned it because she associated it with pain. It was also interesting to note that she became a nurse. After doing the course with Harv she has now given up nursing, she felt she was in the job for the wrong reason and is now doing financial planning one on one with people helping them to understand how their past programming runs every aspect of their life.
Another example he gives is his own wife was brought up with the belief that women did not have money because everytime she wanted something her mother would say “go and ask your father, he has all the money” As a result as an adult anytime she was given money she would spend it all as she was programmed that women only had money for a specific purpose and that was to spend it.
The steps to change your financial blueprint as a result of specific incidents is:
- Awareness – Consider a specific emotional incident you experienced around money when you were young.
- Understanding – Write down how this incident may have affected your current financial life.
- Disassociation – Can you see why this way of being is only what you learned and isn’t you? Can you see you have a choice in the present moment to be different?
- Declaration – Put your hand on your heart and say ” I release my nonsupportive money experiences from the past and create a new and rich future” Touch your head and say “I have a millionaire mind“
So from doing these exercises have you worked out what your financial blueprint is set for? Are you conditioned to have a consistent income or a fluctuating income? Are you set to earn only a maximum amount e.g 75-100,000 a year or $250,000 + a year?
More importantly are you set to reach your full financial potential. Some of you might be asking ‘why on earth would anyone need the millions a year?’ Firstly that question is not very supportive to your wealth and is a sure sign you’ll want to revise your money blueprint. Secondly some people want to earn lots of money so they can help other people. Be a huge donor to charities that matter to them. For me that is the Wellington Free Ambulance and now my family in Kenya. For my own father it was the Marrow transplant Unit in Christchurch and Diabetes research.
For the founder of my company it is helping to feed 100,000 children a day.
Another question is are you good at investing or saving? Some people can be an absolute Midas when it comes to attracting money however fail abysmally at successful investing. Check your blueprint to see if it is a result of modelling or influence.
The best way to discover your blueprint is to look at your results. Is money a struggle or does it come easily? Your blueprint is like a thermostat. If the temperature in the room is 20 degrees, chances are good that the thermostat is set for 20 degrees. If a window is opened or a door is opened the thermostat will always do its best to return the room to the 20 degrees. The only way to permanently change the temperature in the room is to adjust the thermostat. In the same way, the only way to change your level of financial success “permanently” is to reset your financial thermostat.
Here is the wealth principle from this discussion:
- The only way to permanently change the temperature in the room is to reset the thermostat. In the same way, the only way to change your level of financial success “permanently” is to reset your financial thermostat.
You can try anything and everything you want to. Study, develop your knowledge in marketing, sales and negotiation but unless you have the inner toolbox big enough to create and accept large amounts of money all the study in the world will be useless.
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