Money is an essential part of our lives, and yet many people find themselves trapped in a cycle of poverty. This is because of three evil money belief systems that some believe have been intentionally created by those in control to keep people poor and maintain their control over society. In this blog post, I’ll discuss what these belief systems are and how we can overcome them in order to break free from the cycle of poverty and achieve financial freedom.
Money is a crucial part of our lives. It affects almost every aspect of our daily living, from where we live, what we eat, and how we spend our free time. Despite this, many people still struggle with their finances and find themselves trapped in a cycle of poverty. The question is, why?
The answer lies in the beliefs that have been programmed into our minds over the years.
The first belief system is that money is evil. This belief has been around for centuries and is deeply ingrained in many cultures. It suggests that money is the root of all evil and that people who seek wealth are immoral. However, this belief system is flawed because money, in and of itself, is neutral. It is neither good nor evil. It is merely a tool that can be used for good or bad.
The second belief system is that money or happiness is a binary choice. Many people believe that they cannot have both money and happiness, and that they must choose one over the other. This belief is also flawed because it creates a false dichotomy. Money and happiness are not mutually exclusive. In fact, having money can often lead to more happiness because it provides a sense of security and freedom.
The third belief system is that rich people are bad or greedy. This belief is also deeply ingrained in our culture and is perpetuated by the media. It suggests that people who have wealth are inherently selfish and only care about themselves. However, this belief is not true. Many rich people are generous and use their wealth to make a positive impact on the world.
So, how can we overcome these limiting beliefs and break free from the cycle of poverty? The first step is to recognize that these beliefs exist and that they are not true. We must consciously choose to view money and wealth as our divine right to get rich, and that we can have both money and happiness. We should adopt the “why not both” mentality and strive for financial freedom while also maintaining our spiritual or personal values.
The next step is to reprogram our subconscious mind to cultivate a more positive financial outlook. One way to do this is by taking advantage of the mind state achieved through meditation or hypnosis to reprogramme the mind and insert new beliefs about money and wealth into the subconscious.
Finally, we must challenge the belief that a desire for wealth and success is wrong. If we consciously choose wealth, we can help more people and live the fullest expression of our divine nature, deserving prosperity. We must think about all the reasons why money is good and how negative beliefs can hold us back from achieving our financial goals.
Not only are we kept poor through these belief systems but also in terms of the erosion of wealth that we do manage to create through many forms of taxation which is often wasted through wasteful spending and policies that don’t always have the populations interests in mind, such as wars, creating and promoting problems to solve and spend big on (“pandemic” responses and climate change come to mind). We are taxed not just on income but even then our after tax income is eroded away through double taxation through goods and services tax, property tax, local government tax, fuel tax, capital gains tax….just to name a few.
Then on top of that any money we manage to retain is often eroded away through endless money printing since our money is not backed by anything. This causes the constant dilution of our wealth as our wealth is worse less as prices go up with inflation and our purchasing power is less.
Our wealth taken through tax and endless money supply is often spent on things that filter there way back to the people and organisations in control who have stakes in the few large corporations that control most of the world. The same ones controlling the narrative and policy who keep people in fear and promote the wrong beliefs about money, are the ones who are benefiting from the wealth as it is filtered away from the average person to them.
The rigged nature of the current financial system that we have further perpetuates the beliefs about money through a sense of hopelessness. I think that many in the world are feeling this hopelessness now to a greater extent after the last few years.
There is not better time to start changing your mindset around wealth and money as well as learning and investigating more into how the financial system works and how it is rigged against you. However even though it is rigged with the right mindset and beliefs you can avoid the traps and get ahead.
It is clear that we have been programmed to stay poor through the three main money belief systems that have been intentionally created and perpetuated by those in control. However, by recognizing these beliefs and taking steps to overcome them, we can break free from the cycle of poverty and achieve financial freedom. Even amongst the current financial system. We must consciously choose to view money and wealth as our divine right, reprogram our subconscious mind, and challenge negative beliefs to achieve our financial goals.