Blame is an energy that keeps you down.
Blame dis-empowers you.
Blame keeps you stuck.
Blame is allowing yourself to not take personal responsibility for yourself, the way you feel, your actions and your life.
Blame is not aligned to who you truly are.
What is it to blame?
When someone says or does something to you and you feel a certain way…it is not their fault. But you blame.
We all have a money story. Each individual’s experience is self created despite what that story is.
If you are in a place where your story is one of lack or poverty, chances are that your beliefs will highlight that you did not create this.
Those that are in a more abundant space, will certainly own up to their story, that they did indeed create their current reality.
When you are stuck in a negative money story, you create experiences, cycles, patterns and loops that just keep repeating themselves.
Scarcity is a deep fear that people accept as being ok.
To rise above it brings about much challenge, much shame and much hardship.
Scarcity is not just about not having enough money. It reflects all parts of life.
Scarcity = “Scare City”.
You keep yourself in a city of fear. You surround yourself with such shame and loneliness that if you were to step outside of that circle, you would be dragged right back in. You know nothing else.
This is how scarcity affects many areas of your life.
Why are we not allowed to be who we want to be, have what we want and be free?
Sometimes the perspectives of others pull us back. They make us feel like we are not good enough. That we are not allowed to express ourselves and so on.
But they are not the ones to blame.
We are the ones who must take responsibility for what we accept, how we feel and how we react.
If we are accepting ourselves to feel shamed, we are saying that we are not loved, not accepted and have nothing to offer. That we are nothing.
But deep down that is not the truth. The truth is that there is nothing to be ashamed of. We are all beautiful and unique. And we were not born to fit into the mould that others want us to be in.