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Mindful : February 2019
At this level, we explore the idea that money carries our deepest values and connects us with what matters most. Trust: Relax into the larger vision of your life, and know that you are taken care of Thriving: Deepen your experience of prosperity and abundance, whatever that means for you, in this phase of your life Generosity: Express your generosity and deep caring for others in ways that feel good, aligned, and sustainable for you—in some years, this might mean donating 10% of your income to a charity; in leaner times, you might volunteer at a food bank once a month The Three Levels of a Money Practice PHYSICAL A robust money practice attends to each of these three levels. At this level, we get things done. Get online and check your balances Track expenses, spending, savings, and investing Review and reconcile your accounts Pay bills Work with your financial support team (friend, par tner, bookkeepers, accountants, coaches, attorneys, consumer debt advocates, etc.) At this level, we practice being compassionately mindful of our moment- to-moment experiences with money. Practice a body check-in: Notice any sensations, emotions, or patterns around your money Gently work through resistance Journal about feelings, memories, hopes, and dreams about money Work on forgiveness Do financial therapy EMOTIONAL- PSYCHOLOGICAL SPIRITUAL