This ritual has been a long time coming. It brewed in the back of my mind ever since I had two Pink coincidences. One was talking to the lovely and utterly wonderful Megan about abundance, the second was me promising to write a ritual on money and then realizing what I promised.
My story about money
For some reason money and I don’t speak very well together. It is because I still have a hard time realizing it is energy. Having been so low on energy for such a long time it is no wonder that I have such a strenuous relationship with money.
Also a fun fact: I had a period in my life where I bought literally anything that caught my fancy. Not very expensive stuff, just getting a new hobby and then buying ten new things for it instead of 100. It was my way to bury the pain and sadness, but the moment the newness wore off, I was right where I started out in the first place.
So there is a lot of shame attached to money.
And anger. As a child I used to be the one with money- I saved very well. In the end a lot of people came to borrow money from me, and I ended up losing a lot of it. So I learned to spend it all.
This is only the money/energy aspect of abundance I have problems accepting.
To really renew my relationship with abundance in every aspect, I need to shed all these built up notions on what abundance really is, and shape a gorgeous new place in my life. And yes, I know abundance isn’t about money, it’s just an aspect of it in this physical world we live in. I see now it is all a part of the energy flow that keeps our beautiful planet in tact.
And now, the ritual
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Please share how your ritual went!
What is your relationship to money? Do you have limiting beliefs about abundance that keep you stuck? Are the channels free for abundance energy to flow? Share your experiences, Pinkies- and let’s make way for good things to come our way!
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