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Emotions You're Acting Out Through Your Money

Posted On: 2005-11-23
Length: 14:53

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This is Joan, and this is episode 16 of The Prosperity Show. Thanks for being here today. Our main site is prosperityplace.com, where you can find lots of information about improving your relationship with money and yourself. And today I want to focus on what I consider to be one of the most important aspects of understanding your relationship with money, and beginning to change it. And that has to do with the emotions that you're acting out through your money. Let's go back just a little bit, and to help, I believe you create or why you create the financial situation that you're in. You create your financial situation with your thoughts, beliefs and emotions. And behaviors, of course. But the underlying reason for your financial position is to express a group of feelings that have been with you for a very long time. For example, if you had a lot of disappointment as a child, then you're bound to have financial stories that end in disappointment. If you felt very alone and isolated as a child, then it's very possible that you're going to have trouble making money. If you felt undervalued, if you were discounted, where you were teased and made fun of, and that sort of thing, then it's very possible that you're going to be underpaid as an adult. So, if you can understand why you have the financial situation that you do, then it's easier to shift that situation by shifting your emotional expression. In other words, by understanding the emotions that you're acting out through your money, expressing those emotions, and replacing them with a different, healthier set of emotions that can lead to more functional financial behaviors. Now in order to do this, you don't have to have a really good emotional vocabulary. Although you may find that as you proceed with this work you actually develop some kind of emotional vocabulary. All you need to be aware of is that there are feelings that you have when you think about money, when you avoid working with your money, when you look at your numbers, anything that has to do with money, where there is some kind of emotional response. Now, the fact that you're listening to the podcast I would venture to say that like most people, you have uncomfortable feelings that are connected to your money. Very few people go, Oh wow, I feel great about my money. I feel like...

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