What a wonderful feeling it was knowing all the things I could do. How empowered I felt, how motivated, how alive.
Then when I did check my ticket, alas it was not the winning one. My bubble had burst. The difference in how I felt was interesting. It was as if my power had been taken away. Why was that? Why is it that we associate money with power? This would then infer that if we have insufficient money we have insufficient power. An interesting conundrum if the only way we can have power is to have an abundance of money. This brought up memories of childhood, an old belief that I had picked up from my parents, which when I realised I quickly removed it with ThetaHealing® and installed a different one. We had also been talking at the hairdressers about people who had won large amounts of money spent it all and ended up worse off financially than they were before they had the win. What is it that makes people do that? Is it an unconscious belief that makes them get rid of it because it’s uncomfortable, because they don’t know who they are with all that money or so they just feel the urge to buy as many things as they can until it is all gone? Interesting!
When I arrived home there was a real estate agent brochure and on the front cover was a property that would make a fabulous healing centre. What was I meant to read into that? So many questions that day! Now the picture of the property is stuck up on the wall behind my computer for me to look up at all the time. I still have the power even without the money. Instead of sitting here feeling un-empowered | that I can do nothing | what difference can one person make| etc…. I am now fired up/empowered to manifest all that I thought I could do with that $15 million and how I can put it in place. And how would I feel if I did have $15 million ~ I would feel I could do and achieve anything I set my mind on!