The Psychology of Wealth
Through the ages great mystics have known that there is a mental switch that once triggered is the key to abundance and great wealth.
The psychology of wealth is a field with growing credibility.
With recent advances in Neuro- science and our Psychological understanding of the effects and Power of the Sub- Conscious Mind, thousands of people have enjoyed the dramatic and life changing effects of improved wealth psychology.
The sub-conscious mind is now realized as by far the most significant driving force in relation to our emotions and behavior. Some estimates have gauged the sub-conscious as up-to 5 million times more powerful as our conscious mind.
No wonder traditional methods of will power and concentration have so little long term effect when we attempt to effect any real change in our lives.
The psychology of wealth has in effect very little difference therefore form any other form of change. Success in any field will be tremendously advantaged when the sub-conscious mind is brought into harmony with the change targeted.
Psychology of Wealth: Everybody Wants Wealth
The desire for financial freedom or wealth creation is one the most popular and fundamental desire in the western world. So if so many people want to be wealthy, why do statistically only around 3% ever achieve this status.
This question and the dynamic of wealth psychology is even further elevated when you consider that there have never in the history of the world been so much information available on how to become financial free.
So if we want wealth, and the information on how to achieve wealth is in huge supply…………Why aren’t you Wealthy?
Could the answer lay deep within our sub-conscious mind?
The drivers and real feelings around wealth lay within your sub-conscious. Your values and associations with money and wealth are the key.
Not sure what your values and feelings are…..look at your results!
In his landmark work Psycho- Cybernetics, Maxwell Matlz stated that: it is impossible to long escape a reality that is not consistent with your self-image, or what you believe to be true about yourself.
So even though you want to be wealthy and there is so much information on “how to” become wealthy, your wealth psychology in inconsistent with that goal, even though you consciously desire wealth.
Why would this be, well that part could be as individual as you, however some key elements would include repetitious messages for an authority figure.
Perhaps as a very young child, your parents experienced a financial hurdle and may have uttered out of frustration, that ‘we will always be poor” or “we can never afford that”!
To a young child, these terms uttered with the high emotion created form the distress of financial burden can so the seeds of the very first values around money that will then look for any re-enforcement it can find.
Now fast forward 20, 30 or 40 years later and here you are trying so hard to create wealth when all the time your sub conscious mind is honoring that very first value you created around money and wealth.
Wealth psychology, whilst not the only aspect to wealth creation is an important foundation for any change you may choose to create in your life.
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