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Money

Figuring Out Money

August 28, 2017

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Rebecca Hulse

Access Consciousness® Certified Facilitator, Author, Speaker, and Consultant

Rebecca Hulse is an author, speaker, Right Riches for You Facilitator and possibility-maker.  She is an Access Consciousness® Certified Facilitator, event organiser and consultant, who revels in shaking up the realities and limiting paradigms of her clients.  Rebecca is the author of three books and regularly speaks to a global audience on business, consciousness, and creating a different financial future.

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Guest Blog by Rebecca Hulse, CF and Right Riches for You Facilitator

A hot topic of conversation is always “How do I figure it out?” and even more so financially. We are inundated with information on what we should be doing if we have money, how to get it if you don’t, and most of the information is conflictual.

So what are you supposed to do?

Right Riches for You suggests that instead of looking externally for the latest advice and expertise, you instead look internally for what will work for your unique financial situation.

If you also look to other areas of your life, you may find that every time you “figured it out” you were immediately met with new information that made you question what you had previously decided. Perhaps, if your logical mind could figure it out, you would already be happy with your financial situation and not reading the third paragraph of this article with such interest too?

You can’t think your way into money, how can you?

Luckily, you don’t have to figure it out, you need just enough smarts to ask a question. When you ask a question – especially an open ended question, you are asking your mind and resources available to explore different possibilities to what you have previously already considered.

Asking questions about what you know financially, not through previous learning, but true awareness accesses a different part of you. This is part of you that may think illogically but often contains true brilliance and inspiration!

When you instead look within to find a different view point off which to create, you may find that there are different possibilities you can choose and institute that would create a totally new financial situation for yourself.

One question you can start using right away is “How can I use what I have already created to my advantage?”. Ask this question without expectation of a result, or by trying to figure out the answer. Instead ponder on the possibilities, let the question be there and if needed, go do something else.

You will find possibilities that match the question will show up in surprising ways. If you desire more questions to ask like this one, visit www.rightrichesforyou.com.

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