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Mindful : October 2018
My absolute favorite tool for conscious money work is getting in touch with the body. It helps us remain present, empowered, and conscious when things get tough (or when things are so fabulous, you can’t believe it). It supports us along steep learning curves and through deep, inner explo- ration, two things money work demands of us frequently, and often simultaneously. When confronted with an overdue tax bill, even the most mindful among us tend to get scattered, overwhelmed, or numb. That’s why one of the first things we become aware of when we start practicing the body check-in is just how unaware we typically are. This is one reason the “just do it” approaches to money management often fail: How can you possibly stick to a budget or limit your credit card spending when you “check out” at the checkout counter? Awareness comes first, then understanding, and finally, transformation. Let’s Check In Bari Tessler ▶ Financial Therapist 48 mindful October 2018 get real