My Relationship with Money is Valuable and Necessary for My Wellbeing

If I am free, but my brother and sister are still struggling, I am not actually free, I am on the journey to freedom. My goal in this lifetime is to get free, and I am excited to be on my way. My hope is that I can do this with those who are inspired to join me for the ride.

Freedoms, as in the plural sense of the word, and in regards to the various ways one has autonomy over themselves, including working for yourself or having a business on the side that earns income; property that you own by way of an apartment, a condo, a townhouse, or a single or multi-level home, and physical land. And nowadays, multiple streams of income, which can come in one or more of the ways I just mentioned.

Asha Tarry, Life Coach

You may read this and think, “this isn’t for me. I don’t want to own a business.” Ok, then don’t. But, if you believe that without at least one of the entities I listed above being important to your growth and freedom, then sadly, you aren’t ready for the abundance I’m talking about. That may sound harsh, but I want to help wake up more people to the concept of prosperity. Too often people hear about abundance and prosperity, but not often enough the brutal truths to recognize it.

My journey to freedom started when I began studying individuals who were free thinkers—social leaders, financial experts, meditation gurus, and wealthy business leaders. These types of people have been instrumental in growing my prosperity in business, finances, and property.

In much of my work I speak about self-determination whether it’s through cultivating a mindset that will elevate your mood, change your negative thinking, or help you to create strategic action steps. But I haven’t yet shared with you the valuable and varied ways that you can use this time that we’re living in to cultivate wealth.

The pandemic is teaching us things all the time if we watch, listen and learn. For one thing, it should remind us of the importance of taking care of our bodies and listening to our intuition. Second, it should also remind us that some people are not mentally well, and stress will exacerbate symptoms of grandiosity, self-centeredness, and lack of empathy. Lastly, this time should teach us that we have power and every day we can consciously think about what we want to do to enact our power. Will it be to take the hundred or so dollars a month we spend on coffee or eating out and put it in an IRA or a Stash account? Will it be that we can take a free or low-cost course in investments and learn as much as possible about the stock market? Or could it be that we could plan a resource-building strategy with like-minded friends or colleagues and invest in a small, medium, or large investment such as a trade company or real estate?

There are so many ways to liberate yourself. My question is, are you motivated enough to do what it takes to become financially free?

*This blog is about becoming free. It’s a reflection of introspective thoughts and experiences that have crossed miles of self-discovery. I created this blog to inspire others to live life with less self-criticism, judgment and openness to new experiences. May you find that you learn how to live a life by design and on your own terms!*

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