To Be Rich Or To Be Poor – Defining Your Financial IdentityDecember 7th, 2011 by Mark Gregor
Whether we realize it or not, we all have a Financial Identity that is the gatekeeper of financial abundance flow. Financial Identity is not defined by what it is that you want (as most of us want the money in our lives to do what we want), but rather, it’s defined by how we see ourselves in relation to financial wealth. Many people desire financial wealth, but continue to see themselves as the child who’s family never had enough money. No matter how much money they bring into their life, it will only ever be fleeting because their current Financial Identity continues to tell the old story of limitation and struggle. Conversely, for others, childhood was filled with financial wealth. Those individuals are only more likely to experience financial wealth in adulthood because their Financial Identity is based in the perceived wealth during their childhood.
Now, any Financial Identity can be changed from what was experienced in childhood as a result of the belief choices we make as adults. An individual who lived an impoverished childhood can manifest endless abundance, and conversely, one who lived a privileged childhood can live a financially challenging adulthood. It’s all a matter of how we chose our Financial Identity. Those who live a Financial Identity from a point of lack will continue to experience such… and visa versa, those who live a Financial Identity from a point of abundance. Therefore, clearly understanding your Financial Identity is critical to your manifesting the life you envision.
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