Generosity of spirit is a really fun way to play with money. And the first place we can start is with ourselves!  What if you stopped judging you for your money situation?  Would that lighten things up a little?  Or a lot?  How much are you judging you about your money situation because you know its ‘wrong’ according to this reality?  What if it’s this reality that isn’t exactly clear about money?  Would you be willing to create your own reality with money?

What does that mean?  Well, when you go to a restaurant, do you tip according to the customs and culture of your location, or do you tip according to how much change you can create in the world?

What if you used your money generously, wherever it could create change?  Would that be fun for you? Or would you rather keep fitting in with everyone else’s points of view about the ‘right’ thing to do with your money?

We are so aware of what other people think, especially when it comes to money!  What if no one had barriers or limitations to money, would you? Or would you just keep creating and having so much more fun with money than has ever been allowed? What if you are the rebel with money that could change the world?

Everywhere you are not allowing yourself to have fun and generosity of spirit with money, truth, would you destroy and uncreate it all?  Right and Wrong, Good and Bad, POC and POD, All 9, Shorts, Boys and Beyonds.

Money follows joy.  Joy does not follow money.  Please don’t look at money as “when I have this amount of money then I will have this and then I’ll be happy….”  Just start now. Money isn’t the answer but money sure helps a lot. Money follows joy. So do what is actually joyful for you and see if the money starts to show up.

There are lots more ideas on how to play with money in the Debt to Money Play teleseries.   If you’re ready to have adventures and joy with money, you may like to add this to your education about money!

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