Are you waking up every morning thrilled to meet Jack Frost and begin the countdown to Christmas or not so much?
For me the Holidays are always filled with mixed emotions and I really begin to wonder some days that I just might be a manic depressive. Then as quick as possible I remember I have a toolbox to deal with this kind of crap. Oh yes, thank goodness for Access Consciousness and the tools.
Today I asked myself -- What tool can I choose to get myself out of everyone else's head?..
Curry Glassell joins her Access Consciousness colleague Megan Hill in her first episode of the What Else Is Possible Show.
Megan describes Curry as one of the most phenomenal creators in the world, and Curry puts it down to being the question “what else is possible?”.
This question can change your whole day. When there is drama or trauma, you can get to enthusiasm and possibility to get out of it a lot easier. If you have a problem, know what you can change it.
We are taught to believe that wealth comes from having access to lots of money. But experience has shown me that this is not true. I was raised in a billionaire household and yet lived most of my early adulthood in deep anxiety about my personal finances. At the age of forty, I was a single mother with $2 million of debt and no idea of how financial systems work.
Living a life of prosperity – creating the right riches for you – has nothing to do with how much money you have around you. It is about having a healthy mindset and a willingness to create.
Of course, wealth creation is easiest if you have the right tools, so here are some that I believe are key to financial freedom. Most exciting, every single one of them is within your reach, right now!..
Whenever money is mentioned feelings and emotions arise. Money has such a charge on it, things such as worry, shame, guilt, lack, exhaustion and despair will often come up when talking about money.
What feelings do you have around money? Every feeling you have, even the positive ones, will lock you in.
We are often more willing to let go of feelings and emotions labelled as negative such as sadness, worry, anxiety, and doubt because these do not serve us as much and are not generally pleasant to be around. It is when we feel content, comfortable and satisfied that we hold onto it because we judge it as we are doing good. We have enough, things and working and if it’s not broken, don’t fix it, right? Not necessarily!