How Guilt Can Affect Your Financial Outcomes – TPS234

First, I talk about how to get over fear and upset about the U.S. inauguration and political shift. Then, I talk about how deep-seated guilt can affect your finances.

Highlights:

  • Guilt is about what you’ve done. Shame is about who you are.
  • Guilt can come from religious training.
  • Doing something that hurt someone can cause guilt.
  • If you have guilt you haven’t dealt with, you may punish yourself by restricting your income. This happens on a subconscious level.
  • Whatever you did, you did what you had to do given who you were at the time.
  • You don’t have to carry the guilt for the rest of your life.
  • I talk about how everything about us is a habit and we can change those habits.
  • Once you recognize the habit, you have the power to decide to change it.
  • Humans are complicated and there are no easy answers or instant fixes.
  • I use Be Set Free Fast or the Power Word Technique to release discomforts.
  • When you are in your 20s you’re learning how life works and there’s no reason to think you haven’t accomplished enough.
  • If feeling guilty has become a deep habit, you may need help recognizing it.
  • I always suggest that you get a prosperity buddy so you aren’t doing things alone.
  • If you feel financially blocked, it helps to deal with the internal issues.
  • We have a tendency to think there’s something wrong with us, but what we are doing are only habits.
  • It helps to share with others and see things from another point of view.
  • Are you punishing yourself for something you did in the past.
  • When I wake up in the middle of the night and can’t get back to sleep, I know that something’s coming up that I have to deal with.
  • If you want to do just one or two sessions to clear an issue, click here to set up a complimentary call.
  • A coach can give you insight into what you’re dealing with.

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