This is a well-known fact: there are many rich people who seem to be afraid to spend their money ( the only thing that they tend to spend money is on investment because this will multiply their money ). But apart from this even though they have a lot of money they buy cheap products, they count every single cent, they are always looking for discounts, if you try to sell something to them they bargain with you and they try to reap you off even though they have hundreds or thousand times more money then you have. And you just scratch your head and ask yourself the question: WTF ?
On one hand I can understand it because through the self-discipline of counting and saving every cent, they have become rich. But on the other hand they are rich but they live like poor people. There are many reasons why these rich people are afraid to spend the money but I am not going to write about it in this article because there has been already much talked and written about it. Instead I will ask the question: is it possible to spend the money without the fear of doing it ? Well... this would be possible but under the condition that our investment gives us guaranteed high return with low risk. An example of an investment which gives high return with small investment and low risk is a lottery. But unfortunately the profit is not guaranteed and the probability of winning is extremely small thus this doesn't fall into the category of investment which we are looking for. Selling drugs gives fast and high return but there is a high risk of being caught by the police or killed by competing mafia and of course our profit comes from the abuse of other beings. As a matter of fact in our economic reality there is always a compromise - there is either high profit but high risk or small profit and low risk.
But there is one investment that falls completely into our category - high return and no risk. It is called Equal Money System. Investigate it at EQUAL MONEY SYSTEM .
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to define myself as rich according to the amount of money I have.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to fear spending money because this would destroy my image and definition of me being rich.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to consider the investments which give the highest return for myself only instead of considering investments which would give the highest return for all.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to be afraid to spend money on what is best for all.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to be afraid to spend money in a way that is best for all.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to look for the for investments which give the highest return for myself only without realising that this type of investment is creating consequences in the form of suffering for others.
I forgive myself that I have not allowed myself to realise that every time I spend money in a way that is best for all, I contribute to the implementation of the change in the world and thus this will give a best ever return on the investment.
To be continued...