I can’t afford it

Let’s have a little chat about saying “I can’t afford it”

My Guides and Angels have been working with me for years about subtle energies and frequency and being very intentional with the way I act, speak and think.

I’m not saying I’m perfect at this by any means, but I have dramatically changed my reality by being aware of my thoughts, words, and choices.

So the question to work with when you’re trying to change your money paradigm is:

How do I perceive what I can and can’t afford?

Did you know that …
the word “Afford” actually means
able to accomplish
able to perform

So when you’re saying I can’t afford it, what you are essentially saying is:

I can’t/won’t do what’s required to accomplish what I want.

I can’t afford it is a very “acceptable” response for so many things, but in all honesty, it’s just an excuse.

It would be much more truthful to say:
This isn’t a priority for me.
I don’t want to put in the effort it would take to have that.

But these statements wouldn’t be as socially acceptable as just simply saying ” I can’t afford it”

Crazy to think about, right?? It’s likely that people would immediately judge those responses as lazy or something….. but say I can’t afford it… oh well that’s ok.

The most impactful thing that I’ve learned is that it’s very important to speak and think about everything with intention.

Be aware of the choices you make. Be aware of the words you speak. Be aware of the actions you take.

If something is important to you, you will always find a way… think about it.
That statement is so true!

When something is really important to you, you always find a way to make it work…right?


Till next time~

Jennifer Lonnberg

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