Thanks for your kind words. Oh, you'd be surprised how far we could take the vows we've made. I think a lot of people have this issue. Those vows, in general, have a way of eroding peoples' sense of self "worth." It gets deep, lol. It can be turned around, though. We have to catch that programming in the back of our minds and reprogram it. Takes a lot of work, daily.DPhoenix wrote:One of the things I've always struggled with is feeling deserving of money and wealth (I blame my Baptist upbringing for that ). I know for a fact in a past life I took a vow of poverty and never linked that to the issues I have with money today.
I think it was stuck in my mind from this topic, either 2nd or 4th that I interpreted as "I have a right to live and shine what I am"Kassandra wrote:Money mantras:
--Money flows to me
--I exchange service for energy with love
--I smile with happiness and sincerity from my 3rd chakra
--How I make people feel when they are in my presence is valuable
--People speak well of me with a sense of my worth
It wouldn't be any surprise that there might be physical ancestral memory involved. Just like how many people have unexplained fear of things like darkness or spiders or closed/open doors, the scary thing under the bed... And we all know how mind can alter the world of matter.firebirdflys wrote:Thinking on the vows thing, and the fact we carry dna from throughout time. The vows must have been a tremendously powerful motivator. Yet one more thing our ancestors leave for us to deal with.
I recently traced my dna to ancient Babylonia and beyond to Gamaliel, my 61st great grandfather who was born in 10 B.C. During the times that followed vows to new and old religions were just as much of a struggle as they are now, but imagine what must have transpired upon your dna ticket in the process, and that is just one branch of the tree.
It is the will of the magician to imprint positive brain groves for future dna response, for your self and for those who will come after.
This is very interesting concept. Thanks for this.SL wrote:We have only one world-wide successful corporation here it is called Eset, which is just another name for Isis.
Also USA have Statue of Liberty, holding a torch, which is a Hekate reference. That country has grown quite a prosperity since then.
Man would be more idealistic, of fire and air riding clouds somewhere up high.
Woman way more pragmatic, of water and earth
worshipping female goddesses would bring more fortune, if faithfully and sincerely preserved.
We can just wish prosperity to each other, right?Kassandra wrote:• Join a prosperity-drawing group with others; the synergy and support is motivating and helps you focus