Money Practices and Rituals
Creating Sacred Space in Your Home for Money: An invitation of welcoming money into your life space.
Money Date: Dating Money? Yep! Here is how to begin dating money! The more you get to know money, the deeper you go in the relationship.
Finding Your Personal Rhythm With Money: Create a methodology in how you view and analyze your money life each month.
The Art of Receiving: Learn to invite money into your orbit and have it hang around for awhile.
A Non-Emotional Spending Algorithm: A tool to help you when to say “yes” to an expense and when to say “no” to an expense.
How to Begin the Practice of Learning to Save Money: Learn to save for your retirement, an emergency, and create a “save to spend” account for periodic non-monthly expenses.
Learning to Give With our Time, Energy, and Money
10 Finger Gratitude Practice: A tool for creating an experience of enough in your life.
Creating a What If Box of Vital Records (to have at your finger tips for life’s emergencies and unexpected happenings)
Financial Genogram and Witnessing Ritual. This exercise can be done by an individual and / or with your partner. If you are doing this with your partner, there is a second part of this process, a witnessing worksheet. Each of you can take turns sharing your money history and actively listening to one another.It is a MUST that our money history and money story live in the light of day. In order for this to happen, we are called to explore all aspects of our money story and history. We are called to bring what is in shadow space, with money, to the light and to create a new story with money. Our new story can be a story of plenty, of enough-ness, abundance and sufficiency.
Self Discovery Exercises
The Money Motivation Quiz. What does money mean to you?
Print and complete to discover what your primary and secondary motivations are regarding money
Found on goodsensemovement.org