How Root Chakra Imbalances Affect Your Money

This episode of the podcast focuses on root chakra imbalances and how they affect your relationship with money. One of the core needs we feel as human beings is to feel supported.  Without support, not only do we find ourselves questioning our ability to survive, we question the rational behind life itself.  The same thing can occur when we do not feel worthy, powerful, loved and trustworthy.  These scarcity patterns can cause us to create an optical delusion of consciousness and when we learn how to use the chakras to transform scarcity patterns into prosperity ways of thinking, our entire life can change for the better.  

Dive into this first of a series of seven episodes that take you on a deep dive exploration of the root chakra imbalances and money.

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The Psychology of Investing with JL Collins

The Millionaire Paradox with Leisa Peterson

 

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2 thoughts on “How Root Chakra Imbalances Affect Your Money”

  1. I just found information about your methods of conquering money issues. I have done some energy work, but not enough to change my ingrained belief system. I have been taught money is the root of all evil, and I am never good enough. Not a big surprise I never have enough to meet my needs, and then feel guilty for not having enough. I have just discovered that my now deceased mother was probably jealous of me as she always told me ( in various ways ) I was not doing things right, and I had a higher wage than she ever did. Years later I had some health issues preventing me from working and forced myself to ask my brother for help. A mistake I will not make again. He interrogated me like I was a criminal trying to steal from him. I did not accept his loan, and began to accept my problems with money are deep rooted. I want this to change.

    1. Thank you Debbie for sharing with us. I’m sorry to hear about your challenges and also that you are here now thinking about how it is time to change the patterns of the past. Welcome!!!

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