We live in an age where money is not used to meet real physical needs.
Rather, money is used to meet emotional needs.
When something seems too painful, too difficult to tackle, or too confusing, looking at numbers seems to provide reassurance that at least something in the world is reliable and true.
Or does it? Because so many people with unresolved pain and broken hearts, working through the money system, distorts it.
The ideal of the market is very different from the emotional, impulse driven decision making of people who live through money.
What we have forgotten is that the ancient healers had ways of healing broken hearts, setting us free from inner torment. Many people still learn their ways today and use them to heal each other.
Traditional healers often worked via emotions, thoughts, and dreams; intangible experiences that we now know influence our body’s health and well being, and our choices through neurotransmitters.
Escaping from emotional chaos into money does not ever heal the wound that causes the chaos. There are ways to heal that wound, but it has to be looked at, spoken of, and treated. It cannot heal if it is ignored.
In the world where ignored wounds express themselves unconsciously through peoples’ decisions about money, the pain has free rein to unleash itself across the face of the earth.
It is better when we take time to care for ourselves enough, to experience emotional healing. In order to do this, we must believe that we are worthy of healing. We must be worthy of love, in our own imagination. We must be worthy of health, joy, and balance.
We have to forgive ourselves for everything we have ever regretted in our lives and completely accept that forgiveness. Then, our true healing can begin.