Grammy camp was a blast.
For those that might not know, Grammy camp is the official week of the summer where I take the grandkids while the parent’s vacation. (More pics below!)
This year I had four littles for six days!!!
Between feeding, bathing, and warning them not to be mean to each other we had lots of fun excursions and even a little down time for them to make up their own games.
One morning, while they were cleaning things up in return for a promised reward of quarters, I heard Maddie say to the group, “If we work a little, we will be millionaires.”
“Ha!” I thought, “If only it worked that way.”
Then I caught the beliefs behind the thought. “It takes a LOT of work … I don’t have the skills, training, talent… I’m in the wrong field… Money doesn’t come that easily.”
Wow. I’ve done a lot of work with money, and still I have these disempowering money beliefs.
I catch them now.
I examine them.
I send them off to be transformed by Source.
I ask, “What if the opposite is true?”
In this case, “What if it does work that way? What if I can work a little and become a millionaire? What if Money comes easily?”
And then I can laugh.
Because I know that Money can come easily. It always comes through for me when I allow it. When I open to more. When I expand my ability to receive easily.
This, my friend, is the work… not my skills, training, talent. The work of expanding my ability to receive.
So today I will dance, so I can receive energy from the Universe.
I will put my feet on Mama Earth and receive her grounding.
I will review my money numbers and consciously expand my willingness to receive.
I will mastermind with my soul-sisters and receive their wisdom.
I will have a conversation with the energy of my business and receive her input.
I will receive any compliments gratefully.
I will receive love.
The biggest indicator of how much you will earn in your lifetime is how willing you are to receive.
I invite you to join our Facebook community and share how you are opening to receive more of what you want!
With all my heart,
Grammy Camp 2019
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