What Are My Money Blocks?
You might think you know your money blocks, but what if you don’t? In fact, most people don’t even know what their money blocks are.
Let me explain: A money block is a financial obstacle that prevents you from using your resources to achieve your financial goals. Even though we all have them, few of us take the time to identify and address our own personal obstacles.
Ignoring these problems won’t make them go away; in fact, they’ll only get worse as time goes by unless they’re dealt with now!
Below are the common money blocks that we have:
Not having enough income
You may not be earning enough money. You may not have the right skills or credentials. You may not be working in the right industry, or your attitude toward work might be off.
In short: Money blocks are not just about how much you make—they’re about how you view yourself and your ability to earn income. If you believe that you don’t deserve enough money, then it will take time for your beliefs around this issue to change.
Spending too much on food
If you’re spending too much on food, the first step to cutting back is identifying where your money is going. You should also consider eating at home more often and cooking for yourself rather than getting takeout or dining out. Additionally, try to eat healthier foods that are less expensive – instead of buying expensive cuts of meat and fish, stick with lean proteins like chicken breast or ground turkey. Also, try to buy vegetables in bulk when they’re on sale so you can stretch them out for multiple meals (like making vegetable soup).
If you follow these tips, there’s no reason why you can’t save money while also eating healthier!
Spending too much on entertainment and hobbies
Spending too much on entertainment and hobbies can be a big money block for many people.
Whether it’s going out to eat, or buying the newest gadget, or paying for cable packages you don’t need, we all have our own habits that seem harmless but end up costing us more than we realize. It might sound like something you should just say no to—and if so, then do it! But if your spending is more about not having enough time than being able to say no—well then maybe there’s another problem here: You don’t want to say no because then you’d have nothing else to do besides sitting around at home (or in your case). The solution may be as simple as finding ways of entertaining yourself without spending money—and there’s always plenty of stuff on Netflix or Hulu (or Amazon Prime!) that will entertain without draining your bank account dry.
Having too much debt
If you’re drowning in debt, the first thing you should do is figure out how much money you need to pay off your debts. You can do this by making a list of all the different types of debt you have and adding up each one. Once you know exactly how much money is outstanding, it’s time to take action.
Start by reducing any extra spending that isn’t absolutely necessary. If there are certain things in your budget that don’t bring value or enjoyment into your life—such as cable, expensive restaurants or luxury items—scale them back until they’re just enough for what makes sense for your lifestyle right now. By doing this, not only will you free up some cash flow on a monthly basis (and feel better about yourself), but also reduce the amount of interest accruing on those expenses each month!
Once it’s clear that there isn’t anything left to cut from your budget without affecting essential services like food or rent/mortgage payments (or if cutting everything doesn’t help with paying down debt), then look into making changes with creditors and lenders to lower interest rates and monthly payments so that they match what’s affordable for now.
Not having a budget
The first step to getting your money blocks dealt with is setting up a budget. This will help you figure out where your money goes, which in turn will help you be more conscious of how much money is coming in and going out.
Once you have a plan laid out for yourself, stick with it! Don’t try to make major changes overnight; instead break up the process into smaller steps over time so that by the end of each month or week or even day, you’ll know exactly how much money is left in your account without having to guess at every little purchase that comes along. It’s also important not just knowing where all this money goes but also why we spend what we do: what’s our motivation behind our purchases? Are they necessary? Or do we buy something because someone else has one (or two) similar items too?
Angel Message Advice
A lot of people have money blocks in their lives. They think money is the problem, but it’s not—it’s an indicator of something else. Money is just a tool, and if you don’t use it properly, it can’t help you.
The problem is that people often have expectations about what they think “should” happen when they make more money, or how much they should be able to make. And then they get frustrated because those expectations aren’t being met. But here’s the thing: there are no rules about how much money you should make or where it should come from. Some people want to be rich, some people want to be famous, and some people just want enough money to pay the rent every month! Wherever your priorities lie is where your money will go!
If you’re having trouble making more money (and most people do), then try clearing out any negative thoughts about how much money you think you should have—or how much someone else thinks you should have. Focus on what’s truly important to you and let go of everything else that might get in the way!
Prayer for Manifestation
Dear Angels in Heaven,
I pray for the removal of all blocks to my abundance. I know that you have given me everything I need, and I ask you to show me what is blocking my abundance.
I know that there is a reason for everything in life, but sometimes it is difficult to see what the purpose is. Please help me understand why this money block exists in my life, so that I can move forward with confidence and peace of mind.
Thank you for your guidance and love.