May 30, 2021
Women are believed to be the caregivers, that they are not the main wealth creator, such that they are often underpaid. This is one of the self-sabotaging behaviors around money which was lent to us from our parents and from past family generations. There are several money scripts that are in our subconscious but have a profound impact on our financial behavior.
Our conversation with our guest in today's episode of Live Your Dreams Awake will be about the misconceptions around wealth and how to bust the myths around wealth and abundance. Our guest Catherine Morgan is a qualified financial planner and she helps people, especially women on how to manage emotions when handling money and rewrite their stories about money.
This week's feng shui tip is to help you enhance prosperity in your life. So what do you do? Well, you write a check to yourself from the universe for the amount of money that you'd like to attract into your life. This might sound a little bit crazy but it did work for Jim Carrey and countless other people that I know. So, all you have to do is write a check to yourself from the universe for the amount of money that you wanna attract into your life and place it somewhere special.
The Money Atom Exercise by Dr. Brad Klontz from Episode 123
The book that Catherine recommends:
It Didn't Start with You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle by Mark Wolynn
Free meditation guide to step into success
CONNECT WITH CATHERINE MORGAN:
Podcast - In Her Financial Shoes Podcast
CONNECT WITH PATRICIA:
"More women with more money makes a bigger difference in the world." Patricia Lohan
"I used money as a tool to make me feel better about myself." - Catherine Morgan
"A lot of people have a self-sabotaging behaviors around money because they have a deep sense of not-enoughness."- Catherine Morgan
"When we feel not good enough, we feel we won't have enough." - Catherine Morgan
"What your financial values say about you and often the best place to start is looking at your bank statement." - Catherine Morgan
"Investing is not just for the wealthy."- Catherine Morgan