About 4 years ago I realized this was my main script in my head:
"You may not be rich, but you are rich with love."
This was something that I always heard as a kid growing up. I loved it, and I always felt it, because we always did have, and still do have, so much love.
But what I've realized as I've gotten older is that I subconsciously labeled money "bad."
That to be "rich" meant that you surely can't have love. And if you "have love," you can't be rich.
For years I was unconsciously living this life. Always abundant in love, but somehow coming up short with the amount of money I wanted (and knew I was worthy of).
Recognizing and reframing my money story has been an eye-opening experience. Learning that you CAN be wealthy AND have love. Abundance knows no limits. My energy around money has positively shifted over the years, but it's still a big learning process for me (I can't be the only one!?)
To keep me in the flowing, receiving state, I like to listen to podcasts (surprise, surprise) that help with the rewriting process of our internal script.
If you're in need of some BIG MONEY energy, here's 3 episodes I've had on repeat lately:
Ed Mylett's interview w real estate guru Ryan Serhant. This episode had me on FIRE the first time I listened to it! I loved hearing Ryan's story and how he used some basic, simple techniques to get into the receiving state.
The School of Greatness w Lewis Howes episode on "How to Master The Law of Attraction." This episode has 5 interviews condensed into one, giving you 5 different perspectives. Rhonda Byrne's interview really resonated with me (she is the creator of The Secret if you didn't know). Her insane story (I won't spoil it for you) and the practical tips on how to shift your energy legit had me in happy tears.
The Melissa Ambrosini Show interview w Ramit Sethi. Sethi is the author of wildly successful book I Will Teach You to Be Rich (and the blog by the same name). I love his perspective on spending a lot on what we LOVE and creating our own "rich life."
Let me know if you give any (or all) of these a listen.
Do you have any podcasts or resources you'd like to share? LMK <3