Do you have any blocks to receiving that might be stopping you from bringing in financial abundance for your offerings?
This area can be linked to different beliefs and programming that might not even come from you in this lifetime. Blocks may be from a past life or ancestrally in your lineage and, if that resonates with you, you can find a short regression visualisation in the resources section to help you begin to uncover them.
As I shared in the previous story – ‘What stories are you telling yourself that might affect your capacity to receive?’ – I had lots of issues around receiving and felt that I didn’t deserve to have anything, or that by having I was taking away from others. There wasn’t enough for everyone. I had created a whole story around this from the upbringing I had as a more privileged person growing up in a country with extreme poverty.
When I began my business, I gave everything away for free, and continued to do so if someone showed any hesitation around paying for anything. It got to a point where people stopped buying from me. I even had friends say to me that they thought why would anyone buy from me, as I just gave it away anyway.
In addition to this:
I have connected to past lives where I have been killed for having money.
I had a very Catholic upbringing and felt a lot of guilt and shame around money.
When I was a child my primary caretaker stole from our family and was fired, which was devastating for me. Later in life I realised that, if I didn’t have any money, nobody could steal from me and I might not attract people who I cared about and then might lose.
As you can see with many of these things it can be layered and there can be a few reasons, so here are a few prompts to help you begin exploring how open you are to receiving.
This blog post is an excerpt from my book, Embodied Business. You can get your own copy here or anywhere you buy your books online.
If you would like support with any ‘blocks’ coming up for you as well as getting grounded with your business, please book in a discovery call here and let’s feel into what it might be like to work together.
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