Reducing dependency on money & banking

1:1 & group conversations

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The topic of ‘Reducing dependency on money & banking’ plays a major role on my personal path in these times. Even though I have lived that reduced dependency on money and banking my whole life it is currently coming to a pinnacle for me. I am using money less than ever, while maintaining integrity and abundance. It is intense at times, but it is also easy. What I need keeps showing up, sometimes as soon as I become clear what that need is, or even before, and at other times last second. What I clearly know from my life’s experience is that abundance without money exists, and it does so not only for me, but for all of us. This does not mean we need to let go of money entirely. It simply means to be rooted in abundance whether there is money, or not.

The 1:1 and group conversations I am offering will be completely spontaneous. We may look at very concrete financial and material possibilities for change in your daily life such as food, shelter, transport etc., or we may explore what is holding you back from fully experiencing abundance whether money is available, or not by looking at attachment to what is not you such as thought, identities, or emotions that get in the way. Most likely it will be a combination of both in ever varying shapes and forms. Then the rest will fall into place by itself. There are myriad ways in which to reduce dependency on money and banking, and there is no one size fits all. Your body will tell you which way you need to go. What I can do is help you bring that knowing into your sight.

These conversations are donation-based. We will meet online (there are a couple of platform options) and you decide what feels right for you to give afterwards when you have a feeling for the value of the conversation and how that value fits in with your personal circumstances. I am also open to non-monetary ways of giving. You can take a look at the donation model of to get an idea.

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