What Are Money Blocks (20 Money Blocks to Release to Achieve Financial Freedom) With Bestselling Author, Keisha Blair
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In this exciting episode of the Holistic Wealth podcast with Keisha Blair, we have an exciting solo episode on what are money blocks (20 money blocks to release to achieve financial freedom). We’re in the midst of a high-inflation period, with rising gas prices, rising food prices and rising interest rates – which can cause financial stress and serve to reinforce existing money blocks. Money Blocks can result in a lifetime of unfulfilled dreams, and financial stress. Money blocks can also result in millions of dollars in lifetime losses as well as financial anxiety and trauma.
In this episode, I will walk you through the process of identifying money blocks (including ancestral money blocks) as well as strategies to release them so you can achieve financial freedom. In the NEW Holistic Wealth Expanded and Updated: 36 Life Lessons To Help You Recover From Disruption, Find Your Life Purpose and Achieve Financial Freedom, there are many strategies throughout to help you release money blocks and master the “Art of Recovery From Disruption”. The Trauma of Money Certification program at the Institute on Holistic Wealth is packed with transformational strategies to help release money blocks and develop a new relationship with money. Tune in to listen to this episode of the Holistic wealth podcast with Keisha Blair.
What are Money Blocks?
Money blocks are false beliefs about money. Money blocks can be a series of thought patterns, habits and behaviours that actually block financial freedom. Ancestral money blocks, are essentially false beliefs about money passed down from your ancestors, that prevent you from achieving financial success. A great place to start to try to figure out your ancestral money blocks is looking back at what your parents or caregivers, were saying about money. What was the generation before that saying about money and really looking at the lineage of how money was talked about and related to how much you felt worthy of what you thought you could and couldn’t do.
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