All too often, incredibly smart, caring people with amazing ideas and talents for transforming the planet hold themselves back from 赚ing 钱 because of a belief, either conscious or unconscious, that it isn’t spiritual to 赚 钱.
Or maybe that if 他们 赚ed a lot of 钱, that 他们 would somehow be corrupted or “bad” in some way. They may also believe that 您 can’既要成为好人又要有钱– that 您 somehow have to do something 坏 to become wealthy.
不幸的是，在这个时代’s all too easy to turn on the news and hear about corrupt businessmen and politicians who have 不要e something unethical to 赚 钱. Sadly, there is not enough news about all of the amazing wealthy people that are changing the world in powerfully positive ways.
This limiting belief that 赚ing 钱 is not spiritual has not only held back healers like Tapping practitioners and coaches but SO many others in a wide range of industries.
There are examples of both people doing unethical things to 赚 钱 in the world, as well as people 赚ing 钱 doing amazing, completely ethical things who are serving the world.
钱 itself is not the determining factor in whether a person is good or 坏.
If 您 disagree with that statement in any way, I think it’s worth taking a look at where 您r beliefs on 钱 have come from and how 他们’re affecting 您.
Do 您 worry that 您 would somehow be corrupted?
What do 您 think others would think of 您 if 您 had a lot of 钱?
Do 您 think it’s right or fair to 赚 a lot of 钱 for helping people?
Should 您 be paid if 您’在努力帮助人们或其他精神上的努力吗？
玛丽 works for a financial services company as an administrative assistant. She makes $45,000 per year, has good health benefits, and 感觉s generally secure in her job. 不幸, she doesn’t enjoy it one bit. Every other Friday she has her paycheck direct-deposited into her bank account, and along with her husband’s salary, it makes ends meet.
She never has to ask for this 钱. Every year or two she gets a small raise and she continues onward. The subject of “money” rarely comes up for her with regard to receiving it from her employer. She doesn’t question the work 他们 do or the profits 他们 are 赚ing but is content to get her paycheck.
One day, 玛丽 discovers EFT Tapping and is THRILLED with the results she gets for herself and her family members. She does more training, gets her hands on all the free resources she can, and begins to become quite proficient at Tapping. She dreams of helping other people, but she just keeps doing “free” sessions.
People even offer to pay her because 他们 are delighted with the results, but she just “doesn’t 感觉 right taking the 钱.” She believes the work itself was so much fun, so rewarding, that 钱 shouldn’t be involved. More and more people start coming to her, and she quietly exclaims to herself, “How I would love to do this full time!”
“$75 per hour???” 玛丽 says. “There is no way I could charge that, that’s not right at all. I would 感觉 completely uncomfortable.” Her husband replies, “Do 您 think what 您’re providing is worth $75 per hour?” 玛丽 reasons, “Well, people do get amazing results faster than anything else 他们’我尝试过。前几天，我与某人合作，他接受了5年的治疗，并花费了超过10,000美元，我们在一个疗程中就解决了她的问题！但… It still wouldn’t 感觉 对。我只是不能为此付费…”
So there, sadly, the story ends. 玛丽’s limiting belief about receiving, about charging 钱 for her healing work, leaves her at her unfulfilling job. The consequences of this belief are profound.
And not just for 玛丽, but for the hundreds of people she could have helped… If only she had been able to accept the fact that 钱 – that the energy of 钱 –这是尘世经验的现实，学会提供治疗服务时要求和接受它可以改变世界。
Are 您 a “Mary”? How many “Marys” could be out in the world right now, changing lives on a daily basis?.
我致力于愿景和梦想，但在财务方面也很实际。你看，要拍电影，我必须投入我没有的15万美元！我把它们全部放在信用卡和信贷额度上，力所能及。然后我去朋友和家人借钱和拍电影。我的姐姐和其中一位制片人杰西卡·奥尔特纳（Jessica Ortner）以及我的密友，导演和编辑尼克·波利齐（Nick Polizzi）辛勤电玩游戏机了两年多。
他们也致力于愿景，梦想，经验…但是他们也知道在某些时候，这部电影必须在财务上可行，才能为他们的努力获得回报，因此他们可以偿还信用卡债务 他们 还应计并能够继续进行这项电玩游戏机。
“Dear Sirs, I’ve just come up with a fantastic idea that I truly believe is going to change the lives of millions of people around the world. I want to share the knowledge about an incredible technique and do it in a documentary format, so people can see real results that 他们 could use to change their lives. It will truly be for the betterment of humanity, and I’ll even give 您 copies of the film when it’s 不要e!”
Then 他们 could have said to me, “Great idea 缺口! We’ll stop charging 您 for everything 您 need to live, so 您 can put this plan into action!”
因此，如果我要使其运转，偿还$ 150,000 +（电影的最终预算），能够维持自己和家人的生活，我只是必须使其在财务上可行。这意味着我必须尽我所能，不仅要创造出优质的产品（幸运的是，我们网站和Amazon.com上的评论显示最终产品功能强大并且正在改变生活），而且我还必须竭尽所能卖了
啊… Icky… Dangerous…
If I wanted to make this whole dreamwork, I simply had to be able to sell the film, and sell other things. Otherwise, I’d have to be like 玛丽, and go back to a “job.”
由于所有的电玩游戏机，我’ve 不要e helping others, I’ve been able to 不要ate hundreds of thousands of dollars to organizations I really believe in –例如在卢旺达与种族灭绝幸存者一起使用EFT的Project Light，与退伍军人一起使用EFT的退伍军人压力项目，正在非洲建立学校的Unstoppable基金会以及正在帮助与纽约市打交道的妇女的You Can Thrive基金会癌症。
我不会’如果我认为不是’t right for me to make 钱 or that it wasn’t spiritual.
事实是，我认为我’我现在是一个更加扎根于精神和诚实的人’曾经去过。我觉得我’ve 不要e more to help people around the world in the last couple years then I did in the 10 years before that, all while making more 钱 then I’我曾经做过。无论您是从事企业还是电玩游戏机，每天都没有什么决定，您可以选择做正确的事来赚钱，也可以选择做错误的事。
I’我几乎每天都会面对这种选择。如果你’re in business or have a job within a company, 您 have similar choices every day. You can choose to do things in a way where 您r goal is to help people and serve them while making 钱, or 您 can do things in a way where 您r focus is on making 钱 first.
But ultimately, how much 钱 您 charge or 赚 is not the issue.
So 您 see, it all “works” when everyone gets in alignment with the energy of 钱. When we stop bickering about someone “selling” their healing skills, or how it should all be free. I’最近，我一直在说，在任何行业中可能发生的最好的事情是，人们要弄清楚如何使数十亿美元用于为人类服务的事情。
If 您 have ideas and a passion for something that helps others and helps 您rself, then 不要’t let anything stop 您! Don’t hold back 您r unique gifts from the world. You deserve to have everything 您’ve ever wanted. 🙂
Is it OK for people to make a lot of 钱?
Are 您 finally ready to unplug from what the rest of society tells 您 and blaze 您r own trail?