We have seen in the last article of this series that the first step in recovering from a bad financial or monetary situation is to cleanse the energetic body field from low vibrations related to fears. We have also seen that we need to reprogram the left brain to revert the effect of false believes and misconceptions. We have also seen one technique, called kairography, designed to identify our blockages cracking down our relationship to money. Finally, we saw that sometimes, the polarity needs to be shifted. If the polarity we’re in does not work, than we have to revert the way we approach our relationship to money. That last factor may not be neglected despite the few coverage. The current article will go deeper into polarity, our personal natural approach toward money.
Once we’re aware of the energetic nature of money and our being’s unique characteristics, then we’re ready to clean our energetic mind. We’re all different inside when it comes to money.
The people who get rich are usually good time managers, approach a win-win relationship to money and to energy in general. They also master some spiritual laws of the Universe, consciously or not. In order to become one of those great time and energy managers in a monetary context, we have to be aware of the impact of time limitation, make the right time decisions, know what kind of profile or type we are and what kind of correction we need to address. Let’s see too how energy management looks like in a financial-monetary context.
We say »time is money ». That is even more true when we realize how limited the amount of time is in a 24 hours day. Time is a finite resource. Pure energy is in theory infinite. We can potentially make an unlimited amount of money in our lifetime, but there will always be a time limitation. There are 24 hours in a day. There is nothing we can do about it other than living in the present moment to recharge our internal reservoir when it is depleted.
By keeping free time for ourself every day, we can enjoy the present moment benefits and use the free energy available when we stop to run and connect to make one with the Universe. Most people who were born poor or in a modest society class to become rich in their adult life did so in keeping a lot of free time in their agenda to work on themselves. Yet, there is a matter of attitude, but attitude is useless without free time to think, to relax and just be.
Jack Ma, a famous Taiwanese entrepreneur struggled with a challenging career beginning. Right now, he owns a fortune evaluated at 30 billions of $US. His advice for us is about what we do at night. Since most of us work in a full time day job, the time left for ourselves takes place at night. In other words, what we do of our free time, whether it is at night or at some other time during the day is what will determine our future. Jack Ma suggest to have another professional field we practice at night, but also to read more, to work on some personal projects, to build our network of connections actively and to start today or as soon as possible. A second career, more fruitful and aligned with the core individuality can sometimes take decades to develop. The earlier you prepare yourself, the better.
How do you manage your free time? Here is an example of how I was managing my time when I was an employee. I made sure I had a few hours for myself every working days. During weekends, I would try to optimize my time spent with my family and some new connections.
This pie chart above is my time schedule occupation for the 5 days of a working week when I was a payroll employee. Already, I had the tendency to keep some free time for myself since I had planned long time before that I would quit the job market to work for my own personal benefit. Then I had four hours a day average to work on my own stuff. I wrote, corrected, edited and published my first book opening my own publishing house (documentation and software) at the same time. Here is the same pie chart, after I’ve quit working:
As you can see, the schedule is a whole lot different. I gained one hour of sleep per night. I lost one hour in transportation that I can now dedicate to my love partner and my children. But the best trade of all is by far the time dedicated to work that is now dedicated to other past-time than the classic hobbies. I dedicate those 8 hours of work to my business and personal projects. My quality of life has remarkably improved, despite a considerable loss of income, because I replenish myself in the present moment, while before I would come back home exhausted with no energy to do anything constructive for my life.
Relationship between energy and money
In a previous article of this blog called WHY IS THERE SO MANY PEOPLE CHANGING CAREER THESE DAYS, I explain the relationship between money and energy. I state that there is a maximum of energy and time an individual can spend in order to gain money. I also state that we need a minimum of money and happiness in our lives in order to reach fullness in this lifetime. However, the graphs I used to illustrate all this combines money and energy together. Let’s redraw a similar graph, but in separating »Time » on the X axis and »Money » on the Y axis.
In that graph, we can notice the different maximum of energy it is possible to spend and the maximum amount of hours available to us so we can cultivate money and so we can work on to expand each areas involved in moneymaking, such as socializing, networking, training, managing, administering and thinking.
Rich aristocrats invest few time in hard work, but rather spend a lot of time working every other aspects. At the end, they spend few energy and they’ve invested all their time optimistically in a moneymaking purpose. Also, they don’t have to work very hard for the most part since they are born in a society class where funding is available for them.
Entrepreneurs and self-employed business people work harder, but have also learned how to manage their time. Eventually, once their situation get consolidated, they can diminish the amount of energy spent and therefore live a similar lifestyle than the aristocracy.
Members of the intellectual middle class count on their education and their profession to make money. They usually dedicate all their energy and time to their employer. This is a key class for a nation, since these people are in majority left brainers who spend more energy than what they get in return, for the benefit of the society.
The State and the corporations as well as the wealthy people desperately need a healthy middle class. The labor situation is delicate. Unions insure the labor class is not exploited and a dynamic free market ensures the middle class will be well-paid enough.
Finally, the poor class suffers from a lack of energy and therefore time to dedicate to society, for the sake of their dignity. The vicious of not having enough money feeds itself and the poor people are trapped. Their only hope is to dig very deep and find a way to evolve on the energetic level.
The 4 money-energy personality types
In another hand, energy and money are both infinite, again theoretically. In the reality, we don’t have an infinite amount of energy to spend. There is a certain threshold single individuals seem unable to trespass. It seems like nobody can get higher that a personal fortune of 100 G$. Only big corporations can make more money. Bill Gates, the supposed richest person in the World have seen his fortune stagnate between 50 and 80 billions of $ in the last 15 years. Is it a law in nature or is it designed on purpose?
In any case, we are all managing our money differently. We are either more oriented to finance or more oriented toward a cash flow or energy flow perspective. Also, the way each of us deal with moneymaking is different. We are either active givers of energy or instead passive takers. That will also determine what type of relationship we naturally maintain toward money energy. The 4 types are:
- The Financial Taker
- The Monetary Taker
- The Financial Giver
- The Monetary Giver
There is no better type than another, just different people. What matters is how we responds in knowing consciously the type we are. If we are more of a giver, we need to learn how to receive. If we are too much in a financial perspective of managing and leveraging money, then we need to embrace a cash flow vision of monetary energy principles. The goal is to find balance.
Here is a graph illustration on how results would look like using a 20 questions test to evaluate which type we are.
Like would say T Harv Eker, the most famous Canadian millionaire mind motivator, we all have a money blueprint. He means that we are born in a certain way to manage and make money.
But beyond that, It does not matter what type you are, as long as you are not an extreme in your type. The perfect balance is a theoretical zero impossible to reach. Nobody’s perfect. The goal is to score less than 10 on both axis X and Y, therefore to be as close to zero as possible. When you situate yourself in the outer corner squares, between 10 and 20 on each access, you are an excessive in your type. Then it is even more important to follow a money energy therapy so you reach the squares touching zero by one of their corners. Here are some descriptions of the archetype for each one.
The Financial TAKER
He’s cheap. He tends to get indebted for luxuries. The image projected is very important for him. He tends to borrow money from financial institution. He has loans and sometimes a mortgage he struggles to repay. He wants to have control on everything aspects of his life especially money. He may be looking good in managing his things for a while, but eventually, he loses control.
The Monetary TAKER
He’s undisciplined. He tends to spend more than what he can afford. He loads his numerous credit cards and his credit line. Then he feels choked by the throat. If he’s smart enough to react, he will tighten his budget for a long period of time. Often, he does not get the lesson and plunge again into debt. The most funny part, he gets monetary help from a lot of people. He must be a lovely person despite his tendency to throw money away. He will bounce back. He has angels and gods on his side.
The Financial GIVER
He’s disciplined. He tends to cumulate more money then he spend and he likes to fructify what he owns. He will sometimes give money away, but only if he can get it back after charging interest, or if he can deduce the expense from his tax income. He likes to get recognition, so he will rather look at the honors than the cause. However, when he gives, he gives a huge amount.
The Monetary GIVER
He’s generous. He tends to work hard for his money. He will give the best of himself for his employer, for his clients and for his friends and family. He does not count. He gives small amounts but often. He likes to invite and pay for everybody. He’s the first one people go see when they need money. Saying no is hard for him. He sometimes get exploited.
If you are currently facing money energy issue, after you’ve been aware of that situation, make sure you check your time schedule management, because time is finite and you don’t want to waste any of it if you plan to change your career path or if you prepare a second one in parallel. Also, make sure you understand the relationship between money and energy. Since money is a complex energy form, its abundance does not work quite as logically as we would think. If money is rational for finance oriented ones, money is energetic for the monetary ones. We need a certain balance between giving and taking, as well as between finance and moneymaking through energy transmutation.
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