Now to Empower Our Children #Financial Freedom

I AM EMPOWERED!

Once we become empowered and soaring, it is mandated through values that we empower and teach our children how to be patient and get their wings so that they, to, can fly!

Energy can be good or energy can be bad! There are energetic highs and energetic lows. The energetic forces can be physical, psychic, and emotional. Financial energy can be devastating as children grow and learn the role that money plays in everyone’s lives.

We must be sure as the adults and as parents that we have energy under control in our own lives before we try to help our children through their own energetic highs and lows. If we are unsure, that message will carry over and magnify our own feelings with children.

Yes, good energy practice such as meditation, reiki, yoga, and more are good tools to show, share, and teach children. It helps them center, move their body, and breath. You and they are worthy of knowing this side of energy. But when they need it, they also need to know how to turn fear into fearlessness. Mindfulness can help them center, help them breathe, and help them find the joy in their lives. By loving kindness in their lives, they learn loving kindness , and they can become adults who practice mindfulness and loving kindness. They then can be reminded by their own thoughts and actions of their power, their support of themselves and how to celebrate their truth.

All children have the right to feel empowered to be able to decide on their lives and their futures and to love themselves and know that they, too, are loved!

You Can Feel Unconditional Love for Every Person–Even Virtually! #EMPOWER CONNECT SHARE

Unconditional Love Starts Here

Love everyone? Yes, you can. But it takes a little thought, and then it becomes a habit. It is not impossible. But it takes a little feeling, and then it becomes habitual. And you can so do this to quote “The Universe” this morning. The only thing that differentiates any one person from any other person is their conditions. And at any moment all of our conditions are changing. You can do this!

Love & Money or Money & Love?

Unspoken Words

Because I am writing all of my blogs “on the weekend”, and because all of the topics are being directed to the path of Money itself… It is Friday, and the topic I want to write about this week is Love & Money, and it is calling to me today on a Friday, here goes.

This really is all about communication.

Several years ago I created a program called “Empowering Families”; it was tabled before it became active only because of collaborative partnerships failing to communicate.  The irony is that the program is all about having everyone in a family empowered about money.  The basics are “communication, collaboration, compromise”.  So let’s talk about Love & Money or Money & Love, and communication is the determining factor about how you look at a love, or a family, relationship.  Is it the Love or is it the Money that rules the financial relationship?

Couples do argue; and they do argue about money!  

Everyone has their own culture surrounding money that was determined during their whole life and the exposure to family, religion, education, culture, and more.  No matter where you are in a relationship, the following thoughts can make this relationship, no matter what it is, be better.

The first step is to talk about money with your partner or your family member because it all applies.  It is important to know how each of you looks at and thinks about money.  Talk about it, please.  Have the discussion, please.  Know what your differences are, and know whether you can live with those differences.  Having the initial discussion should be only the starting point because I am sure there will be more things to talk about to really understand everyone’s relationship with money.

Within the first step can be “surprises”, and the “surprises” are important to share; that is the only way they can be discussed.  If you have a habit of not telling the whole truth, this is not the place to continue that behavior!  Financial infidelity is just as devastating as marital infidelity.  Don’t go there because you may never have the opportunity to “make it right”.  It is that serious.

Once you get past that, then you have to find “common ground”.  What do you agree on?  What do you disagree on?  Find the middle ground, and find what will work for both of you.  You need to know what is coming in before you discover what is going out!  And there are ways to make it fair no matter who makes more, who makes less, if you truly talk about it.  And it may take more than one session of discussions before you reach that middle ground!

If you have not done it yet, it is time to discuss dreams and goals.  You need to communicate with each other, you need to know what is important to another person in your life.  Find ways to make money simple; the more complicated it is, the more room for misunderstanding!

If you cannot reach common ground, it is time to reach out for help…

 

 

Love & Money or Money & Love?

Unspoken Words

Because I am writing all of my blogs “on the weekend”, and because all of the topics are being directed to the path of Money itself… It is Friday, and the topic I want to write about this week is Love & Money, and it is calling to me today on a Friday, here goes.

This really is all about communication.

Several years ago I created a program called “Empowering Families”; it was tabled before it became active only because of collaborative partnerships failing to communicate.  The irony is that the program is all about having everyone in a family empowered about money.  The basics are “communication, collaboration, compromise”.  So let’s talk about Love & Money or Money & Love, and communication is the determining factor about how you look at a love, or a family, relationship.  Is it the Love or is it the Money that rules the financial relationship?

Couples do argue; and they do argue about money!  

Everyone has their own culture surrounding money that was determined during their whole life and the exposure to family, religion, education, culture, and more.  No matter where you are in a relationship, the following thoughts can make this relationship, no matter what it is, be better.

The first step is to talk about money with your partner or your family member because it all applies.  It is important to know how each of you looks at and thinks about money.  Talk about it, please.  Have the discussion, please.  Know what your differences are, and know whether you can live with those differences.  Having the initial discussion should be only the starting point because I am sure there will be more things to talk about to really understand everyone’s relationship with money.

Within the first step can be “surprises”, and the “surprises” are important to share; that is the only way they can be discussed.  If you have a habit of not telling the whole truth, this is not the place to continue that behavior!  Financial infidelity is just as devastating as marital infidelity.  Don’t go there because you may never have the opportunity to “make it right”.  It is that serious.

Once you get past that, then you have to find “common ground”.  What do you agree on?  What do you disagree on?  Find the middle ground, and find what will work for both of you.  You need to know what is coming in before you discover what is going out!  And there are ways to make it fair no matter who makes more, who makes less, if you truly talk about it.  And it may take more than one session of discussions before you reach that middle ground!

If you have not done it yet, it is time to discuss dreams and goals.  You need to communicate with each other, you need to know what is important to another person in your life.  Find ways to make money simple; the more complicated it is, the more room for misunderstanding!

If you cannot reach common ground, it is time to reach out for help…

 

 

Love & Money or Money & Love?

Unspoken Words

Because I am writing all of my blogs “on the weekend”, and because all of the topics are being directed to the path of Money itself… It is Friday, and the topic I want to write about this week is Love & Money, and it is calling to me today on a Friday, here goes.

This really is all about communication.

Several years ago I created a program called “Empowering Families”; it was tabled before it became active only because of collaborative partnerships failing to communicate.  The irony is that the program is all about having everyone in a family empowered about money.  The basics are “communication, collaboration, compromise”.  So let’s talk about Love & Money or Money & Love, and communication is the determining factor about how you look at a love, or a family, relationship.  Is it the Love or is it the Money that rules the financial relationship?

Couples do argue; and they do argue about money!  

Everyone has their own culture surrounding money that was determined during their whole life and the exposure to family, religion, education, culture, and more.  No matter where you are in a relationship, the following thoughts can make this relationship, no matter what it is, be better.

The first step is to talk about money with your partner or your family member because it all applies.  It is important to know how each of you looks at and thinks about money.  Talk about it, please.  Have the discussion, please.  Know what your differences are, and know whether you can live with those differences.  Having the initial discussion should be only the starting point because I am sure there will be more things to talk about to really understand everyone’s relationship with money.

Within the first step can be “surprises”, and the “surprises” are important to share; that is the only way they can be discussed.  If you have a habit of not telling the whole truth, this is not the place to continue that behavior!  Financial infidelity is just as devastating as marital infidelity.  Don’t go there because you may never have the opportunity to “make it right”.  It is that serious.

Once you get past that, then you have to find “common ground”.  What do you agree on?  What do you disagree on?  Find the middle ground, and find what will work for both of you.  You need to know what is coming in before you discover what is going out!  And there are ways to make it fair no matter who makes more, who makes less, if you truly talk about it.  And it may take more than one session of discussions before you reach that middle ground!

If you have not done it yet, it is time to discuss dreams and goals.  You need to communicate with each other, you need to know what is important to another person in your life.  Find ways to make money simple; the more complicated it is, the more room for misunderstanding!

If you cannot reach common ground, it is time to reach out for help…

 

 

Love & Money or Money & Love?

Unspoken Words

Because I am writing all of my blogs “on the weekend”, and because all of the topics are being directed to the path of Money itself… It is Friday, and the topic I want to write about this week is Love & Money, and it is calling to me today on a Friday, here goes.

This really is all about communication.

Several years ago I created a program called “Empowering Families”; it was tabled before it became active only because of collaborative partnerships failing to communicate.  The irony is that the program is all about having everyone in a family empowered about money.  The basics are “communication, collaboration, compromise”.  So let’s talk about Love & Money or Money & Love, and communication is the determining factor about how you look at a love, or a family, relationship.  Is it the Love or is it the Money that rules the financial relationship?

Couples do argue; and they do argue about money!  

Everyone has their own culture surrounding money that was determined during their whole life and the exposure to family, religion, education, culture, and more.  No matter where you are in a relationship, the following thoughts can make this relationship, no matter what it is, be better.

The first step is to talk about money with your partner or your family member because it all applies.  It is important to know how each of you looks at and thinks about money.  Talk about it, please.  Have the discussion, please.  Know what your differences are, and know whether you can live with those differences.  Having the initial discussion should be only the starting point because I am sure there will be more things to talk about to really understand everyone’s relationship with money.

Within the first step can be “surprises”, and the “surprises” are important to share; that is the only way they can be discussed.  If you have a habit of not telling the whole truth, this is not the place to continue that behavior!  Financial infidelity is just as devastating as marital infidelity.  Don’t go there because you may never have the opportunity to “make it right”.  It is that serious.

Once you get past that, then you have to find “common ground”.  What do you agree on?  What do you disagree on?  Find the middle ground, and find what will work for both of you.  You need to know what is coming in before you discover what is going out!  And there are ways to make it fair no matter who makes more, who makes less, if you truly talk about it.  And it may take more than one session of discussions before you reach that middle ground!

If you have not done it yet, it is time to discuss dreams and goals.  You need to communicate with each other, you need to know what is important to another person in your life.  Find ways to make money simple; the more complicated it is, the more room for misunderstanding!

If you cannot reach common ground, it is time to reach out for help…

 

 

Love & Money or Money & Love?

Unspoken Words

Because I am writing all of my blogs “on the weekend”, and because all of the topics are being directed to the path of Money itself… It is Friday, and the topic I want to write about this week is Love & Money, and it is calling to me today on a Friday, here goes.

This really is all about communication.

Several years ago I created a program called “Empowering Families”; it was tabled before it became active only because of collaborative partnerships failing to communicate.  The irony is that the program is all about having everyone in a family empowered about money.  The basics are “communication, collaboration, compromise”.  So let’s talk about Love & Money or Money & Love, and communication is the determining factor about how you look at a love, or a family, relationship.  Is it the Love or is it the Money that rules the financial relationship?

Couples do argue; and they do argue about money!  

Everyone has their own culture surrounding money that was determined during their whole life and the exposure to family, religion, education, culture, and more.  No matter where you are in a relationship, the following thoughts can make this relationship, no matter what it is, be better.

The first step is to talk about money with your partner or your family member because it all applies.  It is important to know how each of you looks at and thinks about money.  Talk about it, please.  Have the discussion, please.  Know what your differences are, and know whether you can live with those differences.  Having the initial discussion should be only the starting point because I am sure there will be more things to talk about to really understand everyone’s relationship with money.

Within the first step can be “surprises”, and the “surprises” are important to share; that is the only way they can be discussed.  If you have a habit of not telling the whole truth, this is not the place to continue that behavior!  Financial infidelity is just as devastating as marital infidelity.  Don’t go there because you may never have the opportunity to “make it right”.  It is that serious.

Once you get past that, then you have to find “common ground”.  What do you agree on?  What do you disagree on?  Find the middle ground, and find what will work for both of you.  You need to know what is coming in before you discover what is going out!  And there are ways to make it fair no matter who makes more, who makes less, if you truly talk about it.  And it may take more than one session of discussions before you reach that middle ground!

If you have not done it yet, it is time to discuss dreams and goals.  You need to communicate with each other, you need to know what is important to another person in your life.  Find ways to make money simple; the more complicated it is, the more room for misunderstanding!

If you cannot reach common ground, it is time to reach out for help…

 

 

Love & Money or Money & Love?

Unspoken Words

Because I am writing all of my blogs “on the weekend”, and because all of the topics are being directed to the path of Money itself… It is Friday, and the topic I want to write about this week is Love & Money, and it is calling to me today on a Friday, here goes.

This really is all about communication.

Several years ago I created a program called “Empowering Families”; it was tabled before it became active only because of collaborative partnerships failing to communicate.  The irony is that the program is all about having everyone in a family empowered about money.  The basics are “communication, collaboration, compromise”.  So let’s talk about Love & Money or Money & Love, and communication is the determining factor about how you look at a love, or a family, relationship.  Is it the Love or is it the Money that rules the financial relationship?

Couples do argue; and they do argue about money!  

Everyone has their own culture surrounding money that was determined during their whole life and the exposure to family, religion, education, culture, and more.  No matter where you are in a relationship, the following thoughts can make this relationship, no matter what it is, be better.

The first step is to talk about money with your partner or your family member because it all applies.  It is important to know how each of you looks at and thinks about money.  Talk about it, please.  Have the discussion, please.  Know what your differences are, and know whether you can live with those differences.  Having the initial discussion should be only the starting point because I am sure there will be more things to talk about to really understand everyone’s relationship with money.

Within the first step can be “surprises”, and the “surprises” are important to share; that is the only way they can be discussed.  If you have a habit of not telling the whole truth, this is not the place to continue that behavior!  Financial infidelity is just as devastating as marital infidelity.  Don’t go there because you may never have the opportunity to “make it right”.  It is that serious.

Once you get past that, then you have to find “common ground”.  What do you agree on?  What do you disagree on?  Find the middle ground, and find what will work for both of you.  You need to know what is coming in before you discover what is going out!  And there are ways to make it fair no matter who makes more, who makes less, if you truly talk about it.  And it may take more than one session of discussions before you reach that middle ground!

If you have not done it yet, it is time to discuss dreams and goals.  You need to communicate with each other, you need to know what is important to another person in your life.  Find ways to make money simple; the more complicated it is, the more room for misunderstanding!

If you cannot reach common ground, it is time to reach out for help…

 

 

Love & Money or Money & Love?

Unspoken Words

Because I am writing all of my blogs “on the weekend”, and because all of the topics are being directed to the path of Money itself… It is Friday, and the topic I want to write about this week is Love & Money, and it is calling to me today on a Friday, here goes.

This really is all about communication.

Several years ago I created a program called “Empowering Families”; it was tabled before it became active only because of collaborative partnerships failing to communicate.  The irony is that the program is all about having everyone in a family empowered about money.  The basics are “communication, collaboration, compromise”.  So let’s talk about Love & Money or Money & Love, and communication is the determining factor about how you look at a love, or a family, relationship.  Is it the Love or is it the Money that rules the financial relationship?

Couples do argue; and they do argue about money!  

Everyone has their own culture surrounding money that was determined during their whole life and the exposure to family, religion, education, culture, and more.  No matter where you are in a relationship, the following thoughts can make this relationship, no matter what it is, be better.

The first step is to talk about money with your partner or your family member because it all applies.  It is important to know how each of you looks at and thinks about money.  Talk about it, please.  Have the discussion, please.  Know what your differences are, and know whether you can live with those differences.  Having the initial discussion should be only the starting point because I am sure there will be more things to talk about to really understand everyone’s relationship with money.

Within the first step can be “surprises”, and the “surprises” are important to share; that is the only way they can be discussed.  If you have a habit of not telling the whole truth, this is not the place to continue that behavior!  Financial infidelity is just as devastating as marital infidelity.  Don’t go there because you may never have the opportunity to “make it right”.  It is that serious.

Once you get past that, then you have to find “common ground”.  What do you agree on?  What do you disagree on?  Find the middle ground, and find what will work for both of you.  You need to know what is coming in before you discover what is going out!  And there are ways to make it fair no matter who makes more, who makes less, if you truly talk about it.  And it may take more than one session of discussions before you reach that middle ground!

If you have not done it yet, it is time to discuss dreams and goals.  You need to communicate with each other, you need to know what is important to another person in your life.  Find ways to make money simple; the more complicated it is, the more room for misunderstanding!

If you cannot reach common ground, it is time to reach out for help…

 

 

Love & Money or Money & Love?

Unspoken Words

Because I am writing all of my blogs “on the weekend”, and because all of the topics are being directed to the path of Money itself… It is Friday, and the topic I want to write about this week is Love & Money, and it is calling to me today on a Friday, here goes.

This really is all about communication.

Several years ago I created a program called “Empowering Families”; it was tabled before it became active only because of collaborative partnerships failing to communicate.  The irony is that the program is all about having everyone in a family empowered about money.  The basics are “communication, collaboration, compromise”.  So let’s talk about Love & Money or Money & Love, and communication is the determining factor about how you look at a love, or a family, relationship.  Is it the Love or is it the Money that rules the financial relationship?

Couples do argue; and they do argue about money!  

Everyone has their own culture surrounding money that was determined during their whole life and the exposure to family, religion, education, culture, and more.  No matter where you are in a relationship, the following thoughts can make this relationship, no matter what it is, be better.

The first step is to talk about money with your partner or your family member because it all applies.  It is important to know how each of you looks at and thinks about money.  Talk about it, please.  Have the discussion, please.  Know what your differences are, and know whether you can live with those differences.  Having the initial discussion should be only the starting point because I am sure there will be more things to talk about to really understand everyone’s relationship with money.

Within the first step can be “surprises”, and the “surprises” are important to share; that is the only way they can be discussed.  If you have a habit of not telling the whole truth, this is not the place to continue that behavior!  Financial infidelity is just as devastating as marital infidelity.  Don’t go there because you may never have the opportunity to “make it right”.  It is that serious.

Once you get past that, then you have to find “common ground”.  What do you agree on?  What do you disagree on?  Find the middle ground, and find what will work for both of you.  You need to know what is coming in before you discover what is going out!  And there are ways to make it fair no matter who makes more, who makes less, if you truly talk about it.  And it may take more than one session of discussions before you reach that middle ground!

If you have not done it yet, it is time to discuss dreams and goals.  You need to communicate with each other, you need to know what is important to another person in your life.  Find ways to make money simple; the more complicated it is, the more room for misunderstanding!

If you cannot reach common ground, it is time to reach out for help…