KC: Even though I enjoy being with friends I acknowledge that I don’t like when they constantly run the poverty story.
KC: Even though I do my best to stay out of judgment and criticism I honor and acknowledge my feelings and am open to changing them.
KC: Even though I give money or watch others give money to these people I acknowledge my resentment and am open to changing it.
EB: I hate money-leaches
SE: It’s sneaky and irritating
UE: I hate when others enable these people
UN: I hate myself when I enable them
CH: Hate turns to resentment
CB: Of them and myself
UA: I want to avoid these people
TH: It’s not fair to me or them
EB: It’s none of my business what other people do with their money
SE: My business is to only give money if I feel called to do so
UE: If they don’t want to work to earn money then they can sit there and feel their feelings of lack
UN: They are not my responsibility
CH: I can send them compassion and mercy
CB: If I enable them it doesn’t serve either of us
UA: If others enable them it’s none of my business
TH: That is their karma
EB: I can enjoy what I’m eating and drinking and
SE: enjoy the others company
UE: Not enabling is the correct course of action
UN: It’s none of my business
CH: I don’t have to feel guilty
CB: I can’t deny them their learning opportunity
UA: If they choose to live on the edge financially that is their choice
TH: My only part is to send them mercy and compassion
Breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth- ahhhh
CB: Sending them mercy and compassion --- I honor their choices and I honor my inner strength to allow them the dignity to find their way around money.
As you go through the day and run into or think about these people tap on the CB and say, “I honor your financial learning choices and wish the best for you and the best for me financially. I release you to your choices.”