Our relationship to money over centuries and civilizations has revealed to us our power as a human being, the vision we have of ourselves, of our values but also of others and our world. The information economy, the knowledge economy, the evolutions and the technological revolutions emerge and operate in new models, new paradigms like “eco-systems, platforms, communities” oblige the human being that we are at fundamental behavioral changes.
The human being needs to bring out his foggy brain of greed and rivalry – leading our souls into a misguidance, confusion, victim of subtle conditioning, manipulative and devastating.
This has led us into a more global relationship with money and finance that is struggling to meet the needs of the planet and humanity.
A kind of “Be scared to survive with scarecity and lack” vs
“Let yourself be carried away by trust and love at the heart of your creativity”.
During my career in finance, I had noticed that this topic of money provided very specific behaviors, sometimes irrational and very emotional.Today, I see more and more feminine entrepreneurs in particular, lost, confused between the idea of running a business ethically in the respect of the deepest human values or making money at all costs to develop a profitable business.
The abundance that bears within it this Archetype of the Mother Goddess, gives life, nourishes, shares without limit because all this is intrinsic to it. This spontaneous abundance is limited only by contact with the masculine who is lost in the will to power, to get and to know.
This Archetype has been lost for centuries and has become a shadow of itself. A shadow crystallized in the dark abyss
of “DOING” without conscience, from which taboos were born, including the money one, at the expense of “BEING”.
When we begin to work on our relationship with money, allowing ourself to go in our deepest shadows and rehabilitate this Archetype, then only this pathway allows us to get out of the confusion.
Appear multiple and varied solutions in cooperation and solidarity for the best in the general interest and the individual.
Let us not be devoured by the lie of scarcity, of lack, which leads us to “never enough”, or “we want more”, but dare to restore for ourselves, money as a vehicle for fair exchanges between authentic talents, goods and services necessary for life and the planet.