‘Money worries’ seem to afflict many people but what does this mean? There may be some people who worry about having too much and there are reasons, often arising from the idea “money is the root of all evil” and also from the fear of losing it somehow. The most common though are about not having ‘enough’ or as much as might be desired.
If you’re in a situation where there is a regular flow of money coming in then the worry may be about cash flow or having ‘enough’ which should be resolvable by budgeting and money management, or indeed ‘life management’ to work out when you use money and what you use it for.
On the other hand, if there isn’t a regular cash flow pattern then ‘worry about money’ may be more acute. But it isn’t really ‘money’ being worried about, it goes deeper into the relationship between what people ‘do’ and the lifestyle they lead. The worry is more likely to be about what they are ‘doing’ with, or in their lives. “Money is the silent applause for a job well done” (Peter Thomson) so if insufficient ‘job’ or ‘work’ is being done or no input being made to life then there’s no result in the form of money needed to maintain the lifestyle.
Two things need to be understood and resolved, one is ‘money’ what it is, how it works and the paradigms surrounding it, and the other is ‘worry’, why it happens and how it can be eliminated. Check out The Freedom Academy for courses and coaching on this.
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The adage ‘Givers Gain’ is true here. Without ‘giving’ – or ‘doing’ something creating an ‘input’, we cannot ‘gain’ or receive an ‘output’ to contribute to our lifestyle.