Let’s Talk About Money…


I admit it: I’ve been working on realigning my money mindset for several months now. Because let’s face it: money is one of the most important elements of modern life! You can say you don’t care about money all you want but there’s no denying that money is the gateway to do many of the things we want to do.

If you’re anything like me, money is a difficult subject for you too.

I didn’t learn a whole lot about money directly while I was growing up. But from watching my family I just knew it was something that was difficult to obtain and hold onto. I don’t remember anyone talking about ease and flow around money as a child! But I do remember lots of people complaining about not having it, talking about what we’d do with it or even slightly resenting other people for having it.

You might not think that stuff from your childhood has anything to do with who you are now! But that’s just plain wrong. Even though our conscious mind is good at separating fact from fiction, our subconscious mind is still clinging onto all those old beliefs as if they were gospel.

So please don’t blame yourself if you can relate! As children, we’re just little sponges, soaking up information (whether accurate or not) from the world around us.

As adults most of us have to go back into those mental files to review and decide on which ones are worth keeping and which ones are actually damaging to us now.

(Note: this isn’t about building up resentment to our past! We’re not perfect and neither were our parents, family members or friends. No one did this on purpose and if you start pointing the finger of blame you’re just trapping yourself in victim mode.)

So good news if this is something you want to learn more about! This month I’m going to be talking about money a lot. So get prepared to expand your money consciousness and start growing towards abundance!

Today, we’re going to kick off the series by talking about the energy of money.

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One of the most mind-expanding concepts about money that I’ve learned is that money is just energy. It’s only once you start thinking about it as energy that you’ll begin to understand it’s true nature!

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There are only three things you need to understand about the energy of money if you want to start manifesting more of it into your life:




By far the most important thing to understand about money is that it’s just another form of energy. Actually, to be more clear, it’s just another aspect of consciousness, just like you are! We’re all part of the same fabric–the fabric of the Universe! When you understand this, it automatically takes money off of the shelf we tend to put it on. It brings it back down to our level.

It’s still common for people to believe that money is inherently evil. There’s no question money can be used for evil–but it can also be used for good! Money always simply amplifies the energy of the person who holds it. It just intensifies what’s already there. Otherwise it’s just neutral. So putting more money in your hands will amplify the good that you have inside you!



When you’re used to not having money, it can be tempting to hoard it and cling on to it when you actually do have it! But it’s important to remember that money is just another form of energy. It’s doing its best work when it’s out in the world doing its thing!

Remember that every dollar you spend holds power. You are deciding who to bestow your love and blessings on with every penny you spend, whether you’re donating to charity, filling up the pantry at Costco or buying pretty new shoes. Money is more than happy to do its job: to make you happy and to get stuff done.

If you freak out about using it, then it just goes to show that you’re not invested in your own abilities to make that money back! But not spending the money isn’t the real problem. The real problem is in your faith to receive more of it! So if you’re having problems spending what you have (within reason of course! I’m not encouraging you to go spend everything you have just because you have it!) then it’s time to dig a little deeper into your attitude and mindset around money.



Believe it or not, money wants to be your friend! But are you making it easy for money to do that?

Many of us live in fear of money, without even noticing that we’re doing so. But if you’re avoiding looking at your bank account or opening your bills then your actions are speaking loud and clear!

No matter how bad you think your situation is, you’ll never get out from under it if you continue to ignore the problem! Even if you’re in debt, you can be grateful for what that debt has brought to you (be that student loans or designer shoes). You spent that money on something that was important to you at the time! What would your life be like if you hadn’t taken that action?

No one’s proud of their debt but please remember that you are not stupid or helpless! There was intention in your actions at the time! So honor yourself for fulfilling those needs, whatever they happened to be. And remember that you can start a new money story starting right now.

I hope this post helps you shift your mindset around money from fear into love. A great relationship with money starts on the inside–but that’s great news! You don’t have to live in fear of it anymore. It’s never too late to cultivate an awesome relationship with money! You have the power to do that any time you like.

Thank you so much for reading & I’ll see you back here next week!

With Love & Miracles, Aishwarya xx

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6 thoughts on “Let’s Talk About Money…

  1. Money is a means of exchange that is easier to keep in your pocket than a goat. It represents something you have to trade for something you want to trade for. We talk about the velocity of money in relating to how many hands touch the same dollar bill in a fixed time. When we talk about the velocity of a goat, well, it doesn’t have the same connotations. But money itself is not energy. Money has no desires of its own, so it doesn’t “want to be used.” And money cannot demand our fear or our respect.

    Money is no more animated than a brick, and not as intelligent as a goat. For some reason, people have assigned characteristics to money that make it human-like. It’s like when people name their cars, or their tools. They develop a relationship with this inanimate object as it becomes less of a tool and more as a part of the person to whom it belongs.

    We are the energy that moves the money. We are the ones that cannot see wasted time or energy but desire to keep things moving. We are the ones that demand respect and fear by means of this exchange tool. Why would you buy $15,000 of tools to repair cars and then never repair cars? Why would you buy a $20,000 car and never drive it? The tool (money) can be used to make more money or accumulate stuff. Stuff is usually not profitable. We determine how the tool is used.

    We amass debt for good and for bad reasons. We can gain assets which generate money and liabilities that suck out money. Good debt helps us acquire assets like businesses, property, good employees. Bad debt helps us acquire things that lose value and require an inflow of money to keep in working condition like houses, cars, bad employees. You read that right. Your house is not an asset until you sell it or unless you rent out parts of it. It doesn’t bring in money, it just sucks it out in the form of maintenance and taxes.

    We want to increase our assets because it allows us more time and freedom. We want to decrease our liabilities to release our stress and distance ourselves from the tethers that restrict our actions and travels.

  2. What I think about money is the duality of perspective. In shortcut you can say it’s both evil and good. There should be alturism and less egoistic life, while on other scale, we need a productive world and for this, we have to live like a capitalist or an inventor to make this world go forward.
    To live a human and an intelligent life, it’s always required to establish a balance to control the situation, you need to be aware of everything.

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