Many clients come to me with confusion about their finances, their businesses or work, and even their satisfaction in their romantic relationships, where it all seems to hinge around money. But money is never the actual issue. Because money isn't a feeling, it has no vibration of it's own. It can trigger a focus on lack, our self-limiting beliefs, and a lot of resistance, but once we remove the idea of money from the equation, it gets very easy to let go of those actual underlying cause(s) of unease.
This client was consulting with Opra after having participated in multiple unproductive marketing campaigns for an education product:
A: “We feel very clearly that you would do this work with no pay whatsoever."
A: "Your work is to de-link your work from the money.”
Q: Should I just get a job? I've got bills.
A: “The path of least resistance is not to jump ship from something that is working... the path of least resistance is to get into alignment. There are...
What is the vibrational difference between rich people and poor people?
The vibrational essence of "worthiness," which allows wealth to flow easily into one person's life but not in another, is essentially the same "worthiness" that allows good health, loving relationships, and satisfying purpose (aka "work") to flow easily into one person's life but not another.
So if we feel generally worthy, what creates abundance and "wanted" in one area of our lives, but not another?
Enter limiting beliefs. All "unworthiness" stems from faulty thinking - a belief system, made up of thoughts that are thought over and over again, that declares it to be impossible for "___________ to happen for me," regardless of how many others have received it. Just fill in the blank with the subject, it doesn't matter what it is.
So, back to the original question: what is the vibrational difference?
There is none. When it's about money, some people are quite happy being rich, while...
This transcript is from an Opra session with clients wishing to expand their clientele and build other aspects of their business, and asking what their fees should be.
Opra advises them keep money unattached to the equation, and to feel into the alignment of the answer, rather than to think about the question.
Opra also advises them to focus on raising their own vibrations of trust and worthiness, as they serve as role models for their clients.
WE WANT TO GROW OUR COACHING BUSINESS
Q- ‘We want to move into coaching business clients. What should we charge?'
A- 'The energetic vibration of money feels different in the business community. Do you agree? [Yes] The economy of money moving quickly from hand to hand to hand is the robust economy. The economy of the same amount of money moving from hand to hand more slowly is a sluggish economy.
The same money. The same money. This is the fast train. You are both oriented...