Witch hazel and snowdrops in December, isn’t it amazing?
A GIFT TO GET YOUR NEW YEAR OFF TO A GOOD START:) Knowing that anyone interested in my money programs webinar is likely to have money issues🙂 my new years gift to you is £70 from the price of the webinar series, if you book before the 5th January. That means that you get 3 sessions of 2 hours, working with me, for just £127 and if you have to miss a session you’ll get a recording. Can you afford to miss it?:)
I hope you’ve had a good holiday time, whether you were alone or with others.
For me it was a family get together, and we had fun with only marginal gritted teeth. 🙂 It was interesting to know that the only person I still have problems with, (and I really thought it wouldn’t be the case this year!) managed to press my buttons again.
I took some time to work out why and I realise that she exhibits the behaviour that I wasn’t allowed to, when I was 2 and that by the time I was 4 a very watered down version of that behaviour created a whole trauma for me. I realised that my little girl was still stamping her feet and saying it’s not fair. How can she do it and not me and of course there’s the added bonus of beating myself up because I “should” be above all of that by now!!! (sigh)
So I thank her for letting me know what I’m still holding onto and next year will be different:)
It was so lovely to see how different my relationship with my sons and my mother is now and to know that it’s never too late to create good relationships, whether the people are here with us or not.
If you have “stuff” hanging round from the holiday time, give me a ring, or an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we can book in a session to clear it, so that you don’t have to carry it for the whole year and then next year will be different for you too:). Now wouldn’t that be a great gift to yourself.
Since Christmas I’ve been having fun planning my next webinar on clearing old money “stuff.” Money Programs and creating new, healthy ones.
It’s amazing what you learn about yourself when you go through this process and I love tracing the journey that I’ve taken and what I learnt, so that I can share the learning with the people on the call.
The main thing I learnt was that I decided who I was and my relationship with money based on what the people around me said. I took comments as instructions and created a whole rule book around them and never questioned it. It just was! It didn’t matter that it didn’t make sense, or that there was no need for things to be like that, that was what I was told so I did it!!
One of the classics was being told that money burned a hole in my pocket, so I’ve made sure that it does. A beautiful image a colleague came up with when I was working on this was my little girl shaking an upside down money box to make sure there was absolutely nothing left! And I know there have been times when I had money and could feel the anxiety of it being there. I had to get rid of it as soon as possible, it was too big a burden. I had to decide what to do with it. Should I share it, if so with who and how much and what if it wasn’t enough. (No wonder I don’t buy lottery tickets, imagine the angst!!) Money was definitely my enemy rather than my friend!
And it all linked back to 4 years old and being told I was greedy because I didn’t share my sweets.( I was too busy being excited I think:) )
I wonder what your money rules are? What’s your story? I’d love to know. You could email me and I could use them to create a tapalong on money for next week:)
It starts on the 8th of January and remember I have offered you a £70 gift if you book before January the 5th:) x
A GIFT TO GET YOUR NEW YEAR OFF TO A GOOD START:)
With love from Jacqui