Money has become synonymous with life in the sense it’s the currency used to acquire just about anything, obtain services and sustain oneself. Yet, we were all made to kind of feel guilty about wanting money or desiring to have more money like it’s being greedy or something. I’m posting this here so more members see it.
I am no longer a Christian but more of an adept of Eastern systems, yet I find I still need to remind myself my goals are altruistic or legitimate and I’m like… Why do I even need to remind myself of that or mention it in prayers? Why? Because it’s what I sometimes read or am told (have pure intentions) but still…
It costs money to make offerings to the Gohonzon, purchase statues, juzus, manuals of magick and sorcery such as the one sold by E.A. and other authors, any type of mystical item, pay for magickal training and tutoring, pay for anything related to my profession (music lessons, recording sessions, music video shoots etc. etc.), food, bills, clothing, transportation, accommodation, pay off debt (college loan etc.) so why would I even need to justify any request for money?
Money can be donated to charities, used to adopt kids, used for a whole lot of good so why would anybody feel that uneasiness when trying to obtain more money? And even when used on more mundane stuff (entertainment, leisure etc.) it’s still a part of life!
So where does that “it’s greedy” mindset even come from? It’s very important to be fully deprogrammed of such a mindset if one truly aims at real success.
Do you still feel any kind of guilt when attempting to boost your finances?