The “Right” Focus to Encourage Money
I love nature photography.
I have a DSLR camera that takes decent pictures. But it’s an early model. The camera has one lens that allows me to take beautiful close-up pictures and a second lens to use when I want to capture a wider field.
It’s kind of a pain. You have to either know what kind of picture you’re taking or be really quick in the transferring of lenses. I’ve got my eye on a brand new lens that can do it all because how are you supposed to know ahead of time where you’re going to want to focus in a specific moment?
Money also has a variety of focus points.
We have the in-depth, up close focus on day-to-day expenses of living. And then we have the wider view that covers everything from how we want to be living in 20 or 25 years to how we want our money to support us as we bring our gifts out into the world.
Where do you focus to optimize your experience with money? To get the best results and encourage the growth of money in your experience?
If you have a strong desire to have your value and values reflected in your overall money picture, I have a different answer than you may guess.
A couple of years ago I was incredibly frustrated with my camera. In the upper right hand corner of *every* picture I took, a small black dot appeared. I did everything I could think of and that #&$! black dot STILL appeared.
And then a lightbulb went off in my head. I’d cleaned the lenses, but ignored the base of the camera. I took off the lens and peered inside and found the culprit sitting on one of the internal mirrors: a speck of dust.
I’d taken great care of the accessories, but ignored the base. The object of focus doesn’t matter if the internal mechanism is broken. I didn’t trust myself to clean the inside, so I took it to the camera shop for a good cleaning and viola! Dotless pictures again.
If you are someone who is passionate about creating money from your deepest values and gifts with greater ease and flow, building a consistent, strong, tangible connection with money is the most effective step you can take. Before the budget. Before the retirement plan.
Here’s why: if that internal mechanism of connection is wonky, no budget, no spreadsheet, no long term goal is going to matter. You’ll try shifting your focus over and over and over, but the bottom line of your bank account will not change.
This means having a regular practice that continually up levels your deepest connection with money. How are you tending this focus for yourself?
I’d love to support you in creating this connection and practice! I’m starting a new Prosperity Momentum group on Monday, May 20th, and would love to have you as part of the group.
Jennifer Bloome is a Soul Abundance Guide, Energy Healer, and Master Soul Language Practitioner. She teaches people a new language to communicate directly with their Soul, so they create a flow of Soul-Based Abundance that is in alignment with their gifts, talents and true nature. Ready to learn the language of your Soul? Sign up for a free Money Language Translation Session to learn one of the money languages of your Soul.