Money is a tough subject. It isn’t real, yet our entire world revolves around it. The ultra-rich will go to war, or start one, to protect it. The average person will work 20 to 110 hours a week to earn it. The hobo will beg for it. There are varying degrees in between, of course.
As we work to realign with our inner compass, outside influences are still around. Noise can be persistent, and some of those outdated ideas we’ve adopted will also rear their ugly heads, and aggravate or infuriate a creative spirit. It is in these moments we decide and discern if we are working from passion, or anger.
How much do we fear being our true selves?
A lot of our energy can be expended in ways that are largely influenced by feelings of powerlessness. We are inundated with information, frequently overwhelmed by stress, and subjected to the limited scope of our own little reality bubbles. We lock ourselves in, and then keep our hands on the lock.