Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to speak about the energy of money at The Success Network, a local referral and networking group in Long Beach, California. This is the second of three videos taken from that event. (If you missed the first one, you can find it here.)
Not collecting money that is owed you contributes to money clutter … energetically. Therefore, there are two things you can do to clear up that mental money clutter:
- Collect it! Ask the people who owe you money to pay you back. If they can’t pay the full amount in one lump sum, set up a payment plan. In this way, you empower them to honor their commitment to you, which clearing up money energy in your mindset.
- Release it! If there is no way you will be able to collect the money owed you, release it. Don’t hold onto the energy of that money owed. Forgive it and let it go.
Another way you might be experiencing money clutter is through loose change. If you are the kind of person who takes all your change out of your pocket and throws it on the counter (or somewhere else), give that loose change an attractive place to live. Set up a bowl or jar where you “toss” your loose change.
Then give that loose change a purpose. Here are several ideas you can use that loose change for:
- Convert it into paper money and then take yourself out for a treat, such as cup of tea or an ice cream cone.
- Put it in a special savings account with a specific purpose (I use Capitol One 360). That purpose can be saving for your retirement, saving for education or even putting aside for a vacation.
- Give it to charity. Once your loose change adds up to $10 or more, donate it to your favorite charity. Here are the organizations I give to regularly.
Regardless of what you decide to do with that money, give it meaning … something that raises your vibration around money. Honor the energy of money in some way with that loose change.
The content of this video is based on my free report Money Loves Attention: 3 Actions You Can Start Taking Today that Will Welcome Money Into Your Life, which was retired in January 2021.