by Digger Barr
Can you leave your house without your phone or your wallet?
Let’s say you are not going shopping. Make it just an outing to the park or to visit a friend.
How comfortable will you be without these items?
What do these items represent to you ?
For myself I have left the house without both, unintentionally but, it happened.
What I felt was akin to separation anxiety.
This is when I realized I needed counseling.
It was time to release my codependency, my attachments to whatever those items represent.
I have been successful at detaching from the phone. But the wallet has been more of a struggle.
The wallet represents money as an obvious attachment as security.
Money pretty much takes care of anything that arises.
However, we have already moved away from actual cash and with our debit cards or by paypal, we don’t even need to touch money anymore.
We can just deposit checks with our phones.
If you have a credit card in good standing, there is nothing you cannot do.
Is a credit card money?
No. It is Credit.
As a cashless society, our dependence has shifted to credits as security.
It has been programmed into us that we will never have enough.
We will never be enough. We have to qualify for credit and our value is attached to credit scores.
We will always be looking outside of ourselves for satisfaction, security, and validation.
This is an important distinction because this moves us further away from holding value.
More than losing our economic value we have put our self worth at risk.
The programming runs deep and this river has many tangents.
When the banks collapse it is like leaving home without your wallet on steroids.
How will you feel? What will get triggered? What are your attachments?
Will it trigger abandonment, separation anxiety, rejection, anger, depression?
When our attachments get stripped away we will need to reset our priorities.
My suggestion is that we find where we have abundance and focus on that.
Individually we may have solid financial means or we may not.
Everyone has a unique situation.
Oddly those with less financial means who have learned to be without funds, still experience abundance.
And those with the greatest financial means may feel the greatest loss.
From tangible to the imagined, Abundance is the feeling that you have enough.
We are abundant in so many loving ways.
It will start with an abundance of love.
This will bring us back to what is real.
This is free and it doesn’t come from my wallet or my phone.
What is it that I want to create?
Fresh air, clean water, good food, health and community are my ideas of an abundant environment.
Creating abundance is by focusing on that which you wish to draw unto you.
This is Universal Law.
We are heading that way. It is a process and we have only just begun.
Resetting the financial system of usury and control needs to happen.
It will not be easy. It is largely unknown how this will play out.
Let it be so.