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Maintaining Your Values Unclutters the Energy of Money

Maintaining Your Values Unclutters the Energy of Money

Money Energy Law #25:

Stay true to your values. Do not allow the energy of money to confuse your choices.

Values serve as a guide for human behavior. When there is a disconnect between values and your behavioral style, you are more likely to increase stress, achieve less, and have feelings of unhappiness. These negative experiences may also be the result of a poor integration of money into your other life energies, which as a reminder, include food, body, and mind. 

The Three Dimensions of Money

That congestion you may be suffering from is often caused by one or more dimensions of money, and it may be preventing you from living up to your values and experiencing quantum leaps in life and business. The three dimensions of money are as follows:

  1. A CURRENCY in terms of what amount is earned, saved, spent, invested, and given

  2. BEHAVIORAL in terms of your perspectives and biases as to what it is and how it is used

  3. An ENERGETIC FORCE present in your conscious and sub-conscious thoughts 

When any of these three contributing factors are out of balance, it can potentially disrupt our values. This may be in the form of placing too much importance on accumulated wealth and materialism. Another time it happens is when you start to value yourself or others based on wealth and monetary possessions, and succumb to emotional connections, which increase behavioral risks. A third disrupter is when your energies and priorities are misaligned to your behavioral style.

It's important to recognize that while money can have negative impacts on our values, it can also enable positive behaviors and opportunities for personal growth and fulfillment. Ultimately, how we use and view money is up to us and our personal values and priorities.

Accountability to others is a true test of your values.

A relatable story came to me about the challenges of living up to one’s values. It’s about Mitch Heath, a 47-year-old business manager at a large corporation. His DNA Behavior profile showed him to be a Strategist, which means he is evolutionary and visionary, yet structured. Mitch maintains high values and he is well-respected for that reason. He is also well-liked, reliable, serious, and private; he is happiest with his close network of friends.

Recently Mitch noticed an employee in his department, someone he thought highly of, submitted an expense report for reimbursement that included excessive mileage. Mitch has traveled a similar route numerous times for business and knew the distance reported was glaringly incorrect. He asked the member of his team to amend the claim for reimbursement. Reluctantly, he did. 

Not long thereafter, Mitch’s superior conducted an expense report audit and noticed the modification, but when asked by his boss if this worker had ever submitted an incorrect claim, Mitch said no; he lied to his boss and felt guilty. There are no serious repercussions from this lie, and perhaps in the overarching view it’s seemingly of little consequence, but Mitch had compromised his values. He went against his natural character, and the internal shame he felt disrupts his Money Energy flow. How? Think about the three dimensions I outlined earlier and the fact that your life energies are interconnected.  

As a currency, he felt his employee misaligned the value of money. Behaviorally, he was troubled by the unethical behavior of his team member, and in terms of an energy force, the lie to his boss was not natural for his Strategist behavioral style which is driven by transparency. Combined, they reduced his mental energies and thereby take away the energies of food (perhaps a loss of appetite), mentally (the anxiety of a lie), body (perhaps he declined to do physical activity), and in turn, all of this may impact his own ability to focus on opportunities to generate more wealth for himself.

Have you ever noticed your own energy drain when you deviate from your own values? Just think how those actions, directly or indirectly, affect your own Money Energy levels.

I hope you’ll take your journey one step further and explore the Money Energy Discovery Process. Gain access to as little or as much as you need for yourself, your business, or a mix of both! Isn't it time you learned an improved method to achieve better financial wellbeing? Stay tuned every week as we continue to reveal all 40 Laws of Money Energy.

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