Time & Money

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Your time is an essential component to your life. Many people strive for more money, but if you have no spare time to spend that money, then what is the point in striving for more money?

Unfortunately, money is a dual sided energy; it can be used for good, or for the opposite. It is very easy to get caught up in what money can provide, but what does it really mean for us? Money can detract away from your spiritual mission, or it can be used to serve it. What is a necessity, is the ability to discern how to use money wisely, and this is unfortunately what many people do not do; they fall to their own ego, and abuse their power.

Time on the other hand, has no negative polarity to consider. It just is. Moment to moment, it is there. Humans however, will create the idea that time has a negative polarity, for example: “I need more free time, I am so stressed with work”. But each moment is serving you, and guiding you to become a greater version of yourself. We categorise things as good and bad, but it is so much better to take the long and arduous road, rather than to take the helicopter to the top of the mountain.

There’s no need to create unnecessary problems for ourselves, so this isn’t necessarily always the case, however there is great value that can be attained through the medium of taking a long time to get to where you want to be. Money can behave like rocket fuel, and generate a shortcut to the destination; however, something is most certainly lost in the process, if the individual has not been conscious and allowed for this to take over.

It is better to generate more time for yourself, rather than generate more money. You will reach your destination, but remember to enjoy the process along the way. The helicopter ride may be exhilarating, yet the experience is momentary and provides no real meaning; it is fleeting.

What are your thoughts on this? Do you like your journey in life? Can money be a force for good, and if so, how? How could more free time serve the development of your soul? What would it take for you to change your outlook on things that you know don’t serve you? Some ideas to think about. Thank you for your time, and for reading this article.