What's this about?
As we've said many times, there really is no such thing as money.
Money is always in the past and the future.
Money has no tangible qualities to it.
Cash is real.
You can hold it in your hand. You can jingle it in your pocket. You can see the amount to your credit in the bank on a computer screen.
You have the same dilemma with work.
When you go to your job and you do what they pay you cash to do, you can see and hear and touch what you are doing.
When you produce products or deliver services for your customers and clients, they are very real. The products have some well-defined substance. The services have a defined meaning. The customers and the clients are real people that you know in some way, even if only briefly.
But you don't have a job. And you don't actually make money.
The illusion we're drawing out here is this:
Money doesn't come through work.
Cash comes in response to your imagination and your willingness.
Your employer, your customers, and your clients may well be the perfect and delicious channels for this cash.
But they are not the only ones.
And you need not work for cash.
Tying all of these things together -- the work that you must do in exchange for the money you need -- is very painful and, to be quite honest, you can't afford to do this.
You will, in fact, go broke doing so, particularly once you remember who you really are.
You can, however, liberate your cash and your work and let them be the joyful creations you have always wanted them to be.
And that's what we wish to discuss with you.
In these seven delicious days of conversations, questions, and answers, we invite you to liberate yourself from the unnecessary and painful illusions of money and work and to have, instead, the delight of receiving what is yours to have and creatively expressing yourself in whatever way feels right to you, right here and right now.
This conversation will be, as always, right on the mark of expansive deliciousness and we know it will be the best one yet.
We invite you to join us as it feels better to do so and we look forward, as always, to connecting with you in this powerful and wonderful way.
July 2, 2016: The problem of working to make money.
Here's what happened in this event
Saturday: July 2, 2016
|Conversation #1: The problem with working to make money.||15:44|
|Question #1: In focusing on what I want, how much is enough?||7:30|
|Question #2: I'm still not clear how much inspired action is involved.||5:38|
|Question #3: How can I help heal my dog?||9:42|
Sunday: July 3, 2016
|Conversation #2: The willingness to not do something.||16:21|
|Question #4: I'm relying on my customers to make money.||12:28|
|Question #6: I've been holding on just as tightly to not have a job.||8:46|
|Question #7: By removing the job, the fears rose up.||9:09|
Monday: July 4, 2016
|Conversation #3: Imagining what you are creating.||15:37|
|Question #8: I don't want to work.||3:51|
|Question #9: How to change these opinions.||3:33|
|Question #10: My ex got laid off.||19:34|
|Question #11: It doesn't feel better to do those things.||4:32|
Tuesday: July 5, 2016
|Conversation #4: You have a choice in this moment.||16:08|
|Question #12: They want me to me work full time for 10 days.||7:00|
|Question #13: I was overdrawn at the bank.||13:26|
Wednesday: July 6, 2016
|Conversation #5: Today is the only day that exists.||11:09|
|Question #15: I feel stuck in my job.||6:18|
|Question #16: I don't want to charge my client.||7:47|
|Question #17: I see examples of other people working hard and making money.||10:45|
|Question #18: I really want cash.||10:25|
Thursday: July 7, 2016
|Conversation #6: The underlying basis of this conversation.||12:10|
|Question #19: I want to live on my own.||7:45|
|Question #20: My husband is involved in a big project about the future.||4:43|
|Question #21: I can have what I want now in the way that I want them now.||12:34|
|Question #22: More about hand to mouth.||3:36|
|Question #23: Do I need to have a big stash of cash before I leave my job?||11:07|
Friday: July 8, 2016
|Conversation #7: Embracing what you have created.||14:56|
|Question #24: Do I have to embrace this idea?||4:37|
|Question #25: The difference between ignoring and turning away.||8:46|
|Question #26: My friend will only sit down at the table once everyone is served.||9:17|
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