Healing Your Money Story
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
At Janati Yoga School
Hosted by Siobhan McAuley, Transformational Clarity Coach and Mindset Mentor
Free Talk with Q & A to follow
You’re tired of just getting by.
You’re sick of feeling under-valued and having your dreams misunderstood.
You can’t decide between doing what you love, and doing what pays the bills.
You’re no longer willing to put your dreams on the back burner and settle for mediocre.
Dive deeper into your money story and start writing a new narrative for your life.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
You’ll examine the obstacles that are preventing you from having what you say you want.
You’ll begin transforming the limiting beliefs that are keeping you stuck feeling like you’re waiting for your life to happen.
And you’ll identify the level of urgency that is needed before you’ll be willing to stretch yourself to do what it takes, to get the results you desire.
Each of us has a money story, and for most of us, that story is outdated, inherited and in need of some serious editing. I discovered my own money story when I was diagnosed with cancer. I always knew that I had ‘issues’ with money, but I never realized the extent of the unconscious implications my money story held until I got sick.
Having been a yoga teacher for over 15 years, I was quite accustomed to looking at my life from all angles. I was the first person to ask my students why they thought things in their life were falling apart or what their illness might be trying to teach them.
So when I got sick I had to ask myself the same questions. I kept pondering what the energetic implications of my illness were. Honestly though, I spent three months in shock, during which time I didn’t ask myself anything. After months struggling with treatment and complications, I was eventually able to entertain what my illness meant during my recovery process, and slowly I came out on the other side of it all where I found the clarity I needed to move forward.
And boy did I move forward!
I went from being a broke-ass yoga teacher to earning more in four days than I had the entire year before.
Getting clear on the money story that I had Inherited, one in which I had to be sick in order for it to play itself out, was the first step in being able to re-write my story – and ultimately my life.
It doesn’t matter how much money you earn, or how much you have saved, we all have a story when it comes to money. For some of us it’s a story that says we need to save for a rainy day. For others money is about power. Some hold being debt-free as their ultimate goal.
The truth is, our relationship to money reveals a lot about who we are, and who we’re not. Money is a tool, and a very useful one. It’s the thing that allows us to have everything else that we desire in life, whether that’s the freedom to spend more time with loved ones, to buy the clothes we love and which make us feel good, to travel the world, or to furnish our life with all that truly nourishes us.
Many of us have a relationship to money though that is fraught with one-night stands, lack of commitment and the starving artist attitude of lack. We often equate poverty with integrity and make money bad because we’re angry, jealous and resentful that we don’t have the money we desire to allow us to live the life we dream of.
Come hear how I transformed my money story and learn how you can too.