About a year ago, I was having some financial problems. It occurred to me at the time that although I had done roughly 18 years of work on clearing out past lives, I needed to specifically focus on clearing out this problem. It seemed obvious to me that unless I focused on this problem it wasn’t going to go away.
I wasn’t bringing in enough money to pay all my bills. I had taken out payday loans, but that was not a long term solution. The loan payments were eating into my paycheck. I could see this was not a good way to go and in the long run, unless I did something drastic, things were just going to get worse.
I began by assuming that whatever was causing me to have financial problems was inside of me. I figured this was a pretty safe assumption to make. This whole process became a review of the principles of metaphysics and a testing of how it all works. The universe operates through the law of cause and effect; the causes being the thoughts we habitually think – things like beliefs and so on that we have acquired over the millennia and countless past lives; and the effects being the conditions, we experience in our outward reality.
I started affirming, “I am releasing and healing everything within me that is causing me to have financial problems.” After doing this for a while, naturally, things started to come up. I specifically chose this affirmation to “stir the pot” so to speak. I wanted all the things that were causing my financial problems to come up because I was so tired of having to go through this over and over again, and I knew from experience that the only way out was through: I had to dredge up all the stuff within me that was causing this problem and release and heal it.
One of the things that came up was that I had made a vow of poverty in a past life. I had been a monk in the 1400’s or so in the Pyrenees in France or Spain, somewhere in the mountains near the border of the two countries. While a vow of poverty seemed like a good idea at the time, and was probably appropriate for someone who was about to become a monk, this vow had remained in my consciousness and was clearly causing me to have financial problems in my present life.
When I became aware of this vow, I began affirming: “I hereby release any and all vows of poverty I have made in previous lives.” I affirmed this over and over again until I was pretty sure I had truly released the vow of poverty. I can’t remember everything else that came up, but I do remember one memory from my childhood in my present life. I was swimming with my mother. I was pretty young. I was not quite able to swim yet.
Apparently, my mother, thinking she was helping me, separated me from her while I was in the water, so that I would have to swim in order to float. However, I was not quite able to, and I started going under. The result was the opposite of what she was hoping for. I developed a fear of water and a fear of drowning. This happened in a matter of seconds.
Of course, I learned to swim eventually – I even became a lifeguard for one season when I was 18.
Nevertheless, this subconscious fear of drowning was still there in the back of my mind. Moreover, in financial terms, I was afraid that I could not make it on my own. That’s actually pretty huge. If you think, subconsciously, that there is no way you can make it on your own, that’s really a bad place to be operating from. It means that no matter what you do, you can’t make it. I definitely had misgivings about being able to make it on my own.
Despite this fear of drowning being a difficult or unpleasant memory to recall, it’s clear to me that in the end it’s really a good thing I was able to allow it to surface and release it. My affirmation became “I am releasing and healing all fear of drowning. I am releasing and healing all beliefs that I cannot make it on my own.”
The whole process I am describing to you took about a year to go through. I kept affirming, “I am releasing and healing everything within me that is causing me to have financial problems” and things along those lines. At some point, I also became aware that in addition to releasing the causes of our problems, we have to provide our subconscious mind with a clear idea of the goals we desire. I said to myself, “I now have more money than I know what to do with. My monthly income exceeds my expenses. I am wealthy beyond my wildest dreams.” and things like that, so that I began creating the causes of wealth within myself.
I realized, later on in the process that in addition to doing affirmations to release and heal the causes of our problems, and affirming what we want, we also have to do something for others. I don’t know how to say that exactly, but what I asked myself was “What can I do for others that is of immense value to them?” The point is that in order to receive something of great value, such as a large sum of money, you have to give something of equivalent value to others. Again, this is the law of cause and effect in operation.
I don’t think you have to worry about who you give to or what or how much. I just think it should be from your heart, it should be genuine, it should be something you want to do, and it should be spontaneous. So how did this come to me? Well, over a long period of time I began to realize that I was fairly bitter and resentful in a lot of ways (again I did affirmations to release and heal those things); and it occurred to me that rather than being a “taker”, I should focus more on giving without expectation of anything in return.
Not because by doing that good things will come to me, although they probably
Will; it just seemed to me that that is what I should do, and somehow in the process the bitterness and resentment will go away. I wasn’t exactly sure how to do the “giving” part, but I realized much later that over the summer I had sent quite a bit of Reiki to various people, and that constituted the “giving.” So how did all of this work out? With only a few days left in the year, all of a sudden I got emails from my relatives regarding some property we owned. It seemed the people who lived next door wanted to buy this land all of a sudden.
The deal happened quickly and all of a sudden, my financial situation turned around.
I paid off my mortgage, which freed up almost $350 a month. I paid off all the payday loans. I had money to buy a new laptop and a new camera. I loaned out several thousand dollars to a few friends. I bought new tires and paid for the 30,000 mile servicing on my girlfriend’s car. I had enough money that I actually forgot to pick up my paycheck at work about two weeks ago. So yes, things definitely have changed for the better. I am not really worried about money anymore.
I asked one of Foretell’s psychics why my financial situation turned around so quickly. She said that basically because of all the work I had done on releasing and healing these things (the causes), and the clearing up of some heavy karma from one of my past lives, as well as the “giving” I had done, that this all combined to bring me the money I needed.
What is interesting is that at some point last year I knew I had to be specific about how much money I needed. I decided I needed to either increase my income by about $300 a month or decrease my expenses by that amount. When I paid off the mortgage that freed up $ 342.68 per month.
This is an example of what can happen if you utilize the principles of metaphysics and the law of cause and effect. It is possible to change your life for the better. I have to say that Foretell’s psychics have been an invaluable resource throughout this whole process. They have “filled in the gaps” so to speak and have helped me to understand the bigger picture of what is going on “behind the scenes.” It’s been quite a learning experience. I hope this helps you to improve your life.
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