All Money Is Not Created Equal

My money makes its own self. people create their money to be something they don’t actually want.

They make it scarce, hard to come by, too easily parted with, a source of frustration, corruptive and lots of other things that aren’t so lovely.

Most don’t know they’re doing that – they just think that’s how it is.

But for those of us who know we create everything – from our health to our relationships to the traffic flow to the rainbows and unicorns and the nightly news – those of us know we create ALL of it have an opportunity to play with a different kind of money.

We can choose to make our money be whatever we want, including …

  • easy to come by!
  • fun to manage and play with!
  • delightful to spend and share
  • present in abundance (you can hardly turn your head without tripping over more money that wants to be in your pocket)
  • a source of pleasure and connection
  • a sign of enlightenment and spirituality

… or whatever else we dare to conjure.

Here’s what I choose about my money:

It likes to hang out with me.

It knows I welcome it with open arms, and that I don’t have any shame in being with it. It likes to accumulate in my bank accounts, it likes to expand in my paypal, it likes to appear in my coat pockets and even on sidewalks where I might pass by. Money has a strong affinity for me.

My money likes to make its own self.

It doesn’t make me work for it. Rather, it comes more easily the more I chill out and have fun. The better I am at getting out of its way, the more it expands and multiplies.

It’s so cool like that.

My money is easy to play with.

It’s easy to spend, it’s easy to invest, easy to share with others. it thrives whatever party I invite it to.

My money likes to have a good time.

There are no rules it operates under regarding “shoulds” and “supposed tos.” My money likes to deliver me fun surprises, too. It shows up in funny places, and does delightful things. It’s such a hoot!

Are you making your money out to be the way you prefer it?

If not, remember who you are – a powerful conscious creator who doesn’t have to go along with the status quo.

Everyone else can let money be hard if that’s what they choose. You can do it however you dare imagine.

  • September 11, 2014
  • Cassie says:

    Oh I love this post!!! Yes, my money is all the same things your money is! I love, love, love having a powerful positive relationship with my money. I also love that my money loves me!
    Very cool post! Thanks!

  • Fun, playful and joyful is always a sign we’re on the right track, Sam!
    Kudos to you for letting you and your money have a good time. 🙂
    At the same time, I know other people’s idea of a good time with money might be to let it accumulate for investment or donation or other sorts of things. But we only have to know what OUR idea of a good time is, and honor that to the best of our ability.

  • Sam Curtis says:

    My ‘unexpected’ stash of money this month wants me to take the fam out on a dolphin safari trip – something we’re always saying we are going to do… Of course there are a dozen other things I could boss it about to do, but it wants to have fun, and I know if I honour that joyous, light and playful feeling of freedom; being close to nature and feeling the wind in our hair as we sail between Spain and Morocco, there will be more and more ‘like’ experiences to come 🙂
    Great post, Jeannette and I am already thinking of more fun things my money wants to show me!

  • I like what you’re doing with money, Julie. I would actually expect you to have a beautifully easy and appreciative relationship with it, since that’s something you know so well in life. (Beauty and ease.)
    Thanks for posting on this one! 🙂

  • “Most people create their money to be something they don’t actually want”. Wow Jeannette, you had my head spinning at that first line! In a good way. 🙂
    I thought about what kind of money I wanted to create, and love the affirmation that Nancy posted. “Money wants me”. I’ve heard it before, but this time when I read it, I felt MY money wanting ME! So I started wondering about what kind of ME my money wanted!
    MY money wants me to relish life and beauty and wonderful food and delightful experiences. It wants me to value it. MY money wants me to be a joyous receiver, an appreciative audience for it’s amazing performance. MY money wants me to allow it to support me easily, and not to try and push it around, but to give it attention, intention, and focus. MY money wants me to smile easily and laugh often. MY money wants me to provide lots of opportunities for it to grow and expand and explore. MY money wants me to relax and trust it to flow. MY money chooses ME, because it wants to dance with a partner, not be ordered around by a boss. MY money wants me to play with it, to honor it, to enjoy that’s it not simply a large bunch of numbers, but is limitless. MY money is a perfect match for ME!
    Thanks for the inspiration 🙂
    Ease and flow,
    Julie Masters

  • That was a wonderfully inspiring book, Nancy.
    So glad that you introduced us to it at GVU!
    Here’s to making money be however we prefer it. 🙂

  • Indeed…we are always molding the energy around us, whether it is money energy or other kinds of energy!
    Your post reminds me of the prosperity affirmations in Henry Harrison Brown’s 1917 book, “Dollars Want Me“:
    “God is my Supply. My Supply is Infinite. Dollars want me.”
    While I have modified this to “Source is my Supply. My Supply is Infinite. Dollars want me. Money wants me.”, Harrison’s point is that money requires humans to have a purpose for being, since we are the ones who earn, save, invest, spend, and donate money.
    Money is here to serve us, not the other way around. Great reminder, Jeannette, that it’s up to us to give our money a job (make itself, have a good time, create more fun, support our dreams, etc.)!
    Many blessings,

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