How to Stop Working For Money:Preview Call Recording

Speaking with some of you, I discovered you have some self limiting beliefs about working for money…

  • Don’t feel like you’re help others in fulfilling ways at current J.O.B, biz, work.
  • Feeling institutionalized.
  • Feeling discomfort of communicate to fully express yourself without ridicule
  • Sick of anxiety over the future
  • Dedicating entire life to only ONE career path
  • Having to choose between working for money or time family

Over the next few min you’ll discover 1 simple secret to trumping all of that for good and become the person family, friends and even strangers will request you to help them get similar results.

  • You will know what money really is -reference SE ebook.
  • What they haven’t told you about the TRUE promoters of money and its related diseases.
  • How to serve in a way that inspires reciprocity.
  • What you could do to stop working for money today!

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Quotes and Notes Referenced on the call:

Root of All Evil ?

Many ‘New Age’ therapists, practitioners, make a huge deal of the terms, ‘prosperity, abundance, manifesting money, deserving wealth’, etc. Needless to say, this point is being made due to our innate belief we don’t have it, don’t deserve it, or that we are in some way resisting it. Many books have been written about the fact that there is nothing wrong with ‘money’ and that we need to get over our psychological trauma, whether from childhood or just our present belief in ‘poverty consciousness’ in order to thrive in our world.

Even the Bible is used to clarify that the quotation, “for the love of money is the root of all evil” is not “Money is the root of all evil”. Inevitably someone will mention Jesus in the temple throwing over the tables of the tax collectors. Why did he do this? Its one of the few references in the Bible where Jesus allegedly loses his temper. Was it the tax collectors he so loathed or was it that commerce was being carried out in his temple? Who knows?

I have had a love/ hate relationship with money my entire life and I’m certain I’m not alone in this. It took me years to reconcile; I realized that ‘money’ is indeed the problem – rather, represents the problem. I became ripping tired of hearing, “money is just an exchange of energy”, “its only bad if you say its bad”, “there is nothing inherently wrong with money – its how its used that matters”, “money, as with everything else in the world, is only how we think of it”, “there is enough money for everyone”, etc.

All this is rubbish for the sole purpose of justifying and assuaging our fear as, in our hearts, we know there is something inherently wrong with the concept of ‘money’. All the ‘wrong’ on this planet is due to someone’s belief that ‘money’ will improve their circumstances.” — Mary-Elizabeth: Croft


We have been programmed into believing you need money. But it is money as a barrier to entry which keeps us from having what we want and billions from basic needs. The more ‘money’ any one of us has, the more debt we ALL have so WHY do we think we want ‘money’?

What we think is money is really debt (symbolized by the notes/digits). Every note had to be borrowed into existence by someone who enslaved themselves to a bank. A bank who then sells that labor to other banks. Wouldn’t you prefer to work for more altruistic purposes?


Attachment to anything outside ourselves depletes our peace of mind. Can we ever detach from $$$? Since $$$ and its use represent the belief that we are separate and in competition with each other, if we were to change our minds about this, then $$$ would cease to exist. We simply wouldn’t need it.
When we clear our personal stuff, we can go cosmic. — Barbara Marciniak


There are two methods, or means, and only two, whereby man’s needs and desires can be satisfied. One is the production and exchange of wealth; this is the economic means. The other is the uncompensated appropriation of wealth produced by others; this is the political means. — Albert Jay Nock

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