Wealthology Insider Mail #30

This is Wealthology Mail 30 and we’re working on the new theme of Anger.

Let’s take a moment to recap on what Anger means for your Wealthology Profile.

Anger blocks your energy system in a number of ways.  Some people bottle it up, some bubble over with it, some avoid it at all costs, and some steep in it most of the time.

Some people have no idea they’re angry, some are carrying anger so old they don’t know it’s there. They might be holding onto anger they saw a parent demonstrate, or being affected by a societal anger that’s so second nature to them they don’t even realise it’s an issue to be addressed.

Whatever the cause, when anger is present and not processed, it causes problems.

So, how does your Wealthology Profile interact with anger?

The Achiever– gets blocked by anger because every negative experience they have takes on a life of its own, and create an angry story that gets stuck in their subconscious. Each single ‘stuck story’ replays itself, growing in detail and distortion from the facts, and they meld and blend into one another.

The Strategist– bottles up their anger, out of fear they’ll return to a past pain, or be like an angry person that they know. Anger represent instability and insecurity to them, and they work hard to keep it locked down. It then manifests in a constant feeling of stress, which threatens to bubble up, and they think that something is wrong with them.

The Hustler– feels that they aren’t truly seen by others. Deep down, they’re furious about this, and they don’t realise it. This manifests as a deep drive to prove who they are, and to show those who don’t see them that they’re worthy of being seen.

The Guardian– thinks showing anger will lead to isolation. They don’t think it’s dignified to show that they’re angry and will go to great lengths to make excuses for other people’s behaviour, rather than allow themselves to clearly communicate that they’re not happy.

The Thinker– gets blocked by anger they’re wandered off their spiritual path, and aren’t making their personal evolution a high enough priority. They become short-tempered, and their usual gentle nature can be quite abrasive.

The Light– has a tendency to see obstacles as insurmountable. When they see a mountain, they think they have to climb it, rather than flow around it, so they spend a lot fo time frustrated, or angry that they’re just not good enough.

This month’s affirmation is:

I am open to forgiveness.  I am deserve generosity.  I am worthy of freedom.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

Repeating these words out loud, and confidently, will gently shift your energy and keep you focused on this work.

The affirmation works best if you repeat it three times over, three times a day, out loud and with confidence, for the month we’re working on Anger.

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. Being misunderstood

Being misunderstood can bring up a few different feelings, and one of those is usually frustration, which is unacknowledged anger.

When have you been misunderstood?  How did it make you feel?

What perception do others seem to have about you that makes you angry?

Take a moment to think about it, journal it out if you want.

Use the Limiting Belief Release: People’s perceptions make me angry / I am misunderstood / Being misunderstood is frustrating

 

2. Looking within  

Anger isn’t the most comfortable theme, and neither is looking inside and admitting to the anger we’re holding on to.

What are you angry about?  Where do your frustrations lie?

Importantly, take some time to think about the anger that you’re afraid to admit to.

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I am angry / I’m afraid to admit to my anger / Being angry makes me vulnerable

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx
PS – Have you got my new Money Blocks book?  Get it here!

Wealthology Insider Mail #29

It’s the final week of your Wealthology Prompts for Self-Punishment!

This month’s affirmation is:

I am wise.  I am intuitive.  I am magic.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

Repeating these words out loud, and confidently, will gently shift your energy and keep you focused on this work.

The affirmation works best if you repeat it three times, three times a day, out loud and confidently, for the month we’re working on Self-Punishment.

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. Holding myself back

This is comes almost naturally to a lot of us.  We think of all the reasons not to do something; and everything and anything that could go wrong.

Often what really holds us back is not logistics, but the idea that we’re not deserving.

What do you really want that you feel you don’t deserve?

Success?  Love?  Money?

Grab a piece of paper and write a list of what you want on one side, and the reasons you feel held back from having it on the other.  You’ll be amazed at what comes up!

Use the Limiting Belief Release: I am not deserving / I must always hold back / I can’t have everything I desire.

2. Deserving acceptance

Whether you do or don’t believe you deserve acceptance, both are stressful because you’re attached to the idea that you need it at all.

Whose acceptance do you need?

Whose acceptance do you push away?

Do you accept yourself?

Take a moment, what does deserving acceptance mean to you, do you crave it?  Or does it make you want to rebel?

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I don’t deserve acceptance / I don’t need acceptance / Acceptance is hard

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx

Wealthology Insider Mail #28

Here are this week’s Wealthology Mail prompts – you ready?!

1. Moving forward, forgiven

Forgiveness can be hard, but forgiving yourself can be harder.

What have you not forgiven yourself for yet?

The chances are, it’s holding you back.

Self-punishment can show up in lots of different ways, and anything you haven’t forgiven yourself for is likely to be a stick you’re beating yourself with.

So, answer this:

What do I need to forgive myself for in order to move forward?

Take a moment to journal it out.

Use the Limiting Belief Release: I can’t forgive myself / I can’t move forward / I will always feel guilty

2. Forcing my way forward

We are fascinating creatures, even when things feel bad, we continue to do them, usually in the hope or belief that it’s moving us forward in some way.

But why do we do it?

Often because the monkey mind tells us it’s okay to ignore our intuition, and that feeling bad will ultimately make us feel better, more deserving.

What are you continuing to do that makes you feel bad? Why are you doing it?

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I must force my way forward /  Moving forward always feels hard

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx

Wealthology Insider Mail #27

We’re in the second week of Wealthology Theme: Self-Punishment!  (Sounds so weird!)

 

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. Self-Punishment keeps me safe

Safe.

It’s a powerful word.

How does self-punishment keep yousafe?

Give it some thought, journal it out.

Use the Limiting Belief Release on: Self-punishment keeps me safe / I am safe when it’s familiar / I’m not safe

 

2. Why am I hiding?

What are you avoiding?

What are you scared of?

Why are you playing small?

Answering those questions probably isn’t going to be comfortable.  Heck, reading them probably isn’t comfortable!  I have huge admiration for anyone who’s willing to ‘go there’ with this stuff, because I promise when you allow yourself the time to think about it, you’ll uncover some gold.

Use the LBR and do these limiting beliefs: It’s easier to play small / I’m safe in hiding

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx
PS – Have you got my new Money Blocks book?  Get it here!

Wealthology Insider Mail #26

Hello there!

This is Wealthology Mail and we’re working on the new theme of Self-Punishment!

Don’t worry, it’s not as hideous as it sounds.

Let’s recap on Self-Punishment and what it means for your Wealthology Profile:

We punish ourselves a lot. Most of the time without realising that we’re doing it, and often with little know-how of why – or how to stop doing it.

Smashing your limiting beliefs around self-punishment can lead to massive breakthroughs.

The Achiever– punishes themselves because they subconsciously believe that there has to be struggle and sacrifice to achieve their goals – it can’t be easy, and there has to be a problem.

The Strategist– punishes themselves because they subconsciously believe that they are weak. They worry about letting people down, and they hold back from asking for the sale, or ‘closing’ the clients, because their worst fear is having a conversation about something they did wrong.

The Hustler– self-punishes because they have a subconscious belief that it keeps them safe. It’s a form of self-protection; if you’re punishing yourself, you’re more prepared when you come under attack.

The Guardian– punishes themselves because they have a subconscious belief that it protects them from being disappointed. They stop their own momentum, and avoid flying too high, so that they don’t have too far to fall.

The Thinker– punishes themselves because they have subconsciously believe that it creates security. It keeps them in a mind-set of lack and fear, which they think is what stops them over-spending and making financial mistakes.

The Light– punishes themselves because they have a subconscious belief that it keeps them small enough to avoid being punished by others. They self-punish by really letting the negative self-talk go into overdrive.

This month’s affirmation is:

I am wise.  I am intuitive.  I am magic.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

Repeating these words out loud, and confidently, will gently shift your energy and keep you focused on this work.

The affirmation works best if you repeat it three times, three times a day, out loud and confidently, for the month we’re working on Self-Punishment.

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. What am I being pulled towards?

Not everything we are drawn to is good for us.

A lot of us believe that good things don’t come to us unless we’re deserving, and how do we feel more deserving?  By working more, sleeping less and essentially, burning out.

So ask yourself, what I being pulled towards?  Is it good for me?

And if it’s not, ask yourself why you’re pulled towards doing it.

Use the Limiting Belief Release:  I am only worthy when the process has been painful / I am weak / I need to be hard on myself

 

2. What do I keep repeating?  

It’s very easy for us human beans to pick up bad habits.

We inadvertently bury ourselves in repeating patterns because the monkey mind is more comfortable doing what it’s done before, but these are often the things that hold us back.

There’s a good chance you know what’s holding you back right now.

The first step to sorting this out is to clear the belief that you have to keep repeating stuff, and the you can’t stop.

Use the LBR and do these limiting beliefs: I can’t break my repeating patterns / I can’t change my behaviour easily / Creating new habits is hard

 

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx

Wealthology Insider Mail #25

This is Wealthology Mail 25  and the last week on the theme of Controlling!

 

Here are your prompts…

 

1. The Universe can’t be trusted

Putting your trust in things you can see can be hard enough, but to trust something we can’t see can be even harder.

Trusting the Big U with all your outcomes can feel bizarre; why give the control to a mystical power?  Especially when we tend to grow up predicting and overthinking every possible outcome for ourselves!

The reality is, that’s exhausting.

And impossible.

We can’t control how everything is going to turn out, even if we’ve tightly spun a web of control around a situation, the outcome is actually out of our hands.

Letting go of the monkey-mind control not only takes the pressure off you, but it’s a lot more fun!

And as you’ve been told a million times:  The Universe will probably bring you an outcome that you least expect – and even better than you could have imagined!

So let’s clear some blocks that are stopping you from reaping all the rewards that come with trusting the Universe.

Use the Limiting Belief Release: I can only trust myself/ The Universe doesn’t have my back / I control all the outcomes

 

2. How does control take away my power?  

Being meticulous with our control keeps us limited and thinking small.

And guess what?

Your power is actually unlimited.

Planning everything and predicting every outcome keeps us locked in our heads, out of our hearts and bodies, and disconnected from our intuition.

How is control taking away your power?

Journal it out, and check in with your monkey mind (and your intuition) what’s going on!

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: control equals power/ being in control gives me power/ I can control everything

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx
PS – Have you got my new Money Blocks book?  Get it here!

Wealthology Insider Mail #24

This is Wealthology Mail 24 and we’re working on the theme of Controlling!

This month’s affirmation is:

I am light.  I am reflection.  I am infinite

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

Repeating these words out loud, and confidently, will gently shift your energy and keep you focused on this work.

(The affirmation works best if you repeat it three times, three times a day, out loud and confidently, for the month we’re working on Controlling.)

1.  I must be empowered

Empowerment – ‘the process of becoming stronger and more confident, especially in controlling one’s life and claiming one’s rights.’

Being empowered is a great thing, but isn’t it interesting that even in the definition it’s directly linked to ‘control’.

How does the belief ‘I must be empowered’ pressure you into controlling things?

Sit with it for a moment, journal it out.

Use the LBR and do these limiting beliefs: If I am empowered I am in control / I am only in control when I am empowered

 

2. My experience of not controlling

What ‘out of control’ experiences can you recall?

Were there any consequences? Did someone (or you) get hurt?

When we’ve experienced stress as a result of something, the monkey mind stops us from doing anything that it’s decided might have the same consequences.  (And the monkey mind is really illogical about this stuff, and it also loves to hold a grudge – sometimes for decades.)

Use the LBR and do these: I can’t be out of control /  When I’m not in control there are consequences / If I am not in control someone will get hurt

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx
PS – Have you got my new Money Blocks book?  Get it here!

Wealthology Insider Mail #23

Your Wealthology Prompts are below! 


Here is a reminder of this months affirmation for the theme ‘Controlling’

I am light 

I am reflection 

I am infinite 


You can find the image for your phone here.

Here are this week’s prompts…

 

1 – When am I inauthentic? 


Being inauthentic isn’t something we easily admit to ourselves but it’s something we all do from time to time. Putting up a façade, pretending everything is OK, hiding how we really feel, even taking action against our own values!
 

Why do we do it?

It’s a coping mechanism – a way to control our own feelings.

Think of a time you’ve been inauthentic; what you were trying to control?

This one might not be comfortable, but it will be worth clearing, trust me.

Use the Limiting Belief Release and do: Being inauthentic means I have control / It’s safer to be inauthentic / I must have a façade

 

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

 

2 – Expressing my uniqueness 

Expressing your uniqueness, for some, can come quite naturally, for others it can be something that takes more courage.

In whatever way you express yourself, the chances are over the years someone has had an opinion about it, and whether it’s meant negatively or not, it’s probably affected you in some way.

Can you think of a time when your uniqueness was questioned, when you were put down or punished for standing out, for being who you are?
 

Are you still holding onto that?  How does it affect you now?

For limiting beliefs do: Being unique will result in punishment/ I cannot be unique/ I must fit in


Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week! 


Cheers!

Michelle xxx 

Wealthology Insider Mail #22

This week we’re moving on to a new Wealthology Theme…Controlling.  (Don’t worry, it’s better than it sounds.)  


This is all about allowing the Universe to satisfy you.  
 

You know the best way to manifest is to state what you desire, then keep taking baby-step actions towards it, whilst being detached from the outcome and how it will happen.   

And that detachment part is reeeeally hard to do! 

We’re human beans – we’re programmed to get stuff done, take care of business and make shiz happen! 

We like control.  It keeps us ‘safe’.  (Or at least gives us the illusion of safety.) 

When we hold on tightly to what we want and how it will happen it gives the Big U no wiggle-room to work its magic. 


So this is all about relaxing our grip on life and allowing great things to happen. 

As always, here’s a bit more insight into how Controlling shows up for you Wealthology Profile… 


The Achiever
– controls their desires. They see everything that they want, and deep down they think that they can’t have it until they’re rich, or thin, or better in some way, so they control their desire to have it.


The Strategist
– controls their pain. They’re often tense, stressed, and anxious, and they will not want you to know that, because then you would know that they aren’t in control.


The Hustler
– controls their actions. They manage their behaviour in order to avoid any situation where others might become hostile towards them, because they find it very distressing when people are angry with them.


The Guardian
– controls their behaviour. They put limits on themselves, so that they’re not ‘inappropriate’. They constantly try to adapt to their circumstances and make sure everyone else is ok.


The Thinker
– controls how they are seen. They think that if their true nature were revealed, they would be judged and no longer included. This means that they often go over the top with people pleasing, and are over-kind and over-concerned, usually at the cost of their own time and energy.


The Light
– controls their brightness. They often have a deep-seated belief that if they shine their light as bright as they can, then everything will be so successful, so fast, that they’ll leave their loved ones behind.

 

MONEY BLOCK MONTHLY – CONTROLLING AFFIRMATION

Here is this month’s a new affirmation.  Repeating these words out loud, and confidently, will gently shift your energy and keep you focused on this work.

I am light 

I am reflection 

I am infinite 


This works best if you repeat it three times, three times a day, out loud and confidently every day, for the whole month.


As always these words are muscle tested especially for this theme, and the image for this month is one of my favourites; it was painted by Jessica Roth, jeweller and crystal healer.   
It’s the right size for an iPhone lock screen, which is where I’ve put mine again this month!


Here are this week’s Money Block Prompts… 

 

  1. It’s ok not to know 

As a kid I spoiled Christmas for myself by finding my presents, because I couldn’t handle not knowing what I was going to get.  What a mistake – I did not do that again!  I wish I could say I’d found ‘not knowing’ easy after that, but… no.  I like to be in control and to know what’s going to happen – and how things are going to work out.  Why do we find it so important to know?  

That’s what we want to dig into now.  Have a think – when you were young, did you have an experience where there was a negative consequence for not knowing something?  Or a reward for having the answers? 

Then use the LBR and do the Limiting Beliefs:  It’s not ok not to know / I must have all the answers.   


Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release technique here.

 

2. Spreading my wings 

Imagine you have a pair of wings on your back.  And when you try and lift them to fly, something in you kicks in and controls them.  What is that? 

What’s the fear or belief that keeps you from spreading your wings?  For this one, I suggest just closing your eyes and imagining your wings unfolding… imagine your business or dreams really taking off – and then ask yourself ‘what do I need to control to keep myself safe?’ 

For the Limiting Beliefs do:  It’s not safe to spread my wings / Flying is dangerous / I must stay grounded 

 

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week!   

 

Sending you love,

Michelle xxx 

Wealthology Insider Mail #21

We’re finishing up this Higher Self work with something a little bit different for your Wealthology prompts…

 

Prompt 1–  Developing my connection to my higher self. 

For this one, all I want you to do is close your eyes and imagine your connection to your higher self.  Picture it, feel it, however you can get a sense of it.  (If it helps, I describe the higher self as like an ‘energy placenta’ on your energy field, that connects you to the Big U.) 

Just meditate on that connection and see what comes to mind as you focus on it.   Now set the intention that the connection is developing and strengthening, and focus on that for a minute or so. 


Prompt 2–  Activating my higher self 

Now do the same thing, but this time instead of ‘developing’ focus on ‘activating’. 


See what comes to mind for you.  When I did this I saw the higher self ‘placenta’ get zapped with those shock-pads they revive people with in Grey’s Anatomy!   


Meditate on that ‘activation’ for a couple of minutes and see what happens.  Now set the intention that your higher self is activated and supporting you, and focus on that for a minute or so. 

Have a fantastic week, I’ll be back soon!

Love from 


Michelle xxx