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I Am Unable To Financially Provide For Myself And My Family

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1.) THE TEACHING:

Everything is already accomplished: All you do is bring your Consciousness to it.

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2.) THE DIVINE SET-UP:

I am unable to financially provide for myself and my family.

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3.) THE "DRAMA" AS IT APPLIES TO THE SET-UP:

I feel…
ashamed alone despair envious
terrified shame-filled dependent enraged
desperate unnerved inadequate betrayed
inept guilty resentful abandoned

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4.) REALIZATIONS:
A.) Ego Perspective:
1.) I am worthless and inept. I cannot earn enough money.
2.) I am a miserable excuse for a parent and a human being. I cannot provide for my children.
3.) I deserve to starve to death.
4.) I am a total failure and screw up. I have no earning ability.
5.) I am a terrible role model for my children.
6.) I am weak and dependent, and a burden to everyone in my life.
7.) I don't deserve to be loved and provided for by others.
8.) I am envious and resentful of those who are financially successful.
9.) I am stingy and greedy with money.
10.) I hate money.
11.) I deserve to suffer in the pits of Hell for my laziness and ineptitude.
12.) I hate it that I have to make money.

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My Worst End Scenario:

I am not able to take care of myself financially. I grow old, ugly, and bitter, and no one will take care of me. I am financially indigent. I have no money, and cannot find a job. I can't feed myself, clothe myself, or house myself properly. I live on the streets, a pathetic bag-lady/bag-man, a bum on the streets. I am devoid of pride, dignity, and self-respect. I have exhausted welfare. I have begged for money from my friends so often that I have estranged all of my loved ones. My family has disowned me and written me out of their wills. I am considering committing a crime to get some money. Even if I get caught and put in jail, at least I'll be fed and have a place to sleep. I spiral down into the depths of depression, living my death alone in utter despair.

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B.) Psychological Perspective:
1.) Who/What imprinted you? And How?
1.) My mother imprinted me with the belief that I am useless because I can't make enough money.
2.) My mother imprinted me with resentment and envy towards others who have money.
3.) My mother imprinted me with selfishness and greed when it comes to protecting my money.
4.) My mother imprinted me with never being satisfied with the amount of money I have.
5.) My father imprinted me with a belief that I am not good enough because I spend money so fast.
6.) My father imprinted me with a belief that women are inept when it comes to making money.
7.) My father imprinted me with the belief that I could only be a mother and not a "bread winner".
8.) My father imprinted me with doubt, fear, and worry about money.
9.) My parents imprinted me with depending on a man to make money.
10.) My parents imprinted me with the belief that I don't matter. I'm not worth spending good money on.
11.) My parents imprinted me with the belief that I could not follow my dreams, and I could not make money.
12.) My parents imprinted me with self-doubt around making money.

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2.) The Payoff. Name it.
Name the Negative Power that feeds the Payoff.


I don't have to take financial responsibility for myself or my family. I get to resent others for not making enough money to keep me living in the style that more money provides. I get to revel in being the victim of poverty created by others because they don't make enough money to take care of me properly. I also get to resent others for taking care of me at all…perpetuating my co-dependency. Either way, I win. And I didn't have to earn a dime.

The negative power that feeds my payoff is rage…rage at my parents for making me so dependent. I feel rage at the fact that I had it too easy as a child and wasn't taught how to take care of myself. I feel rage at myself for staying so stuck in this pattern and depending on others to take care of me. I feel rage at the world because the only yardstick for measuring success is M-O-N-E-Y.

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3.) What I need to change… inside myself.
1.) I need to change my negative beliefs that I am a burden, inept, not good enough, less than, useless, and lazy into the Truth that I am capable, good enough, ok the way I am, useful, productive, and an asset and blessing to others.
2.) I need to take full responsibility for the fact that I, not anyone else, have been perpetuating these lies about poverty, and change these lies into the Truth of abundance.
3.) I need to be willing to grow up and face my fears about money and change these fears into peacefulness about money.
4.) I need to change my feelings of unworthiness to worthiness.
5.) I need to change my feelings of self-loathing into feelings of Self-Love.
6.) I need to change my feelings of scarcity, greed, envy, and resentment about money into feelings of abundance, generosity, joy for others, and gratitude.
7.) I need to let go of my need to manipulate and control money and change this into surrendering to Divine Order and Divine Love by trusting God, which I am.
8.) I need to change my feelings of fear and self-doubt about earning enough money into feelings of trust and faith in my ability to earn and manage money.
9.) I need to change the blame I place on others and myself for my feelings of poverty into feelings of gratitude for all the lessons in my life.
10.) I need to change my habit of living in poverty Consciousness into living in Love Consciousness.
11.) I need to change worrying about money into trust that there will always be enough money.
12.) I need to change my rage about my financial codependence into Love and acceptance of the flow of money in my life.

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4.) My Unfinished Mommy/Daddy Business:
1.) Like my mother, I don't believe that I can make it in the working world.
2.) Like my mother, I resent others for not doing enough to insure my financial security.
3.) Like my mother, I resent the fact that I don't get paid for taking care of others.
4.) Like my mother, I criticize and judge others for the way they earn/spend money to avoid having to look at myself.
5.) Like my father, I believe money is power. Lack of money is lack of power.
6.) Like my father, I feel worthless and unlovable.
7.) Like my father, I resent the fact that I have to work.
8.) Like my father, I want someone else to make me rich.
9.) Like my parents, I compare my self-worth to how much money my friends and neighbors earn. I must keep up with the Joneses.
10.) Like my parents, I use others to satisfy my lust for money.
11.) Like my parents, I resent others for their happiness, success, and financial security.
12.) Like my parents, I blame others for my misfortune.

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5.) Triangulations:
Show at least 3 triangles with you in each of the three positions: Victim (V), Savior (S), and Persecutor (P).

Diagram of Triangulation

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6.) Negative Love Patterns:
1.) My mother taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "Money is the root of all evil."
2.) My mother taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "Money is dirty."
3.) My mother taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "You can never be too thin or too rich."
4.) My mother taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "There's no such thing as 'enough' money."
5.) My mother taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "You have to make do with what you have."
6.) My mother taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "It's not polite to ask what something costs. Nice people don't talk about money."
7.) My father taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "If you want it, you have to earn it."
8.) My father taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "Children don't need to know about money."
9.) My father taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "It's none of your business what it cost."
10.) My father taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "Money equals love."
11.) My father taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "I'm working this hard for you, so you'll have enough money."
12.) My father taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "Neither a lender nor a borrower be."
13.) My parents taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "Money equals happiness."
14.) My parents taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "If you have to ask what it costs, you can't afford it."
15.) My parents taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "Rich people are smart. Poor people must be stupid or lazy or both."
16.) My parents taught me to be a financial failure by teaching me, "A penny saved is a penny earned. Don't be penny wise and dollar foolish."

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C.) SOUL Perspective:

The image given from Soul is that of a mine. The mine is dark, cold, and empty. There is a feeling of stillness; all is quiet.

A golden light begins to glow. As the light brightens, gold and sparkling gemstones are revealed on the floor, ceiling, and walls. The infinite treasure of the mine glistens in this golden light. The mine is filled with riches and wealth. There is a feeling of abundance and peacefulness.

The chamber disappears as it fills with a radiant white light. There is a feeling of complete contentment and safety. There is always enough.

The message from Soul is that the dark mine represents the potential of abundance. When in darkness, one is unable to see the wealth within, or to recognize the Love within. Symbolically, the mine represents a place of growth, nurturance, and Awakening. Within the mine is the potential for the unfoldment of all abundance.

The golden light is the illumination of the Awakened state. From this state, one is able to recognize the treasures of the gold and gems. The gold and gems in the mine are a metaphor for the treasures to be found in life: Love of the other, Love of self, peace, joy, happiness, health, relationships, beauty, physical/mental/emotional/spiritual growth, and change - all in abundance. These are among the Soul Treasures. These Soul Treasures are the abundance and prosperity that humanity continually longs for. The abundance of the Soul is always there; one has only to Awaken.

When in the white light, one has connection with Soul and communion with God. In this state, there is no "lack," there is no "yearning," there is no "want." There is only all-encompassing, all-embracing, all-fulfilling Love.

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5.) Two Practices:
1. For 7 days I will practice bringing my Consciousness to creating money. I will do whatever it takes to become fully Conscious of money and its role in my life. I will share this with a different person each day.
2. For 7 days I will repeat this mantra 10 times: "Money is energy. I am ready to have this energy in my life. I take full responsibility for creating this energy in my life." I will share this with a different person everyday.

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6.) Do The Practices every day for one week: Yes ! Yes!

 


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