Intimate Conversations with Money v10.4.12.17

Me:  Money, Money, Money!
Money:  …Yes?
Me:  What is the cause for people being resistant to sharing information?
Money:  Fear.
Me:  Haha!  …  Really?
Money:  Really.
Me:  Fear of what?
Money:  Losing value.
Me: Whaaaaat??  …
Money:  Yes.
Me:  How do you experience it?
Money:  Different denominations lose value, but I don’t lose value.
Me:  What is denomination to you?
Money:  It is how I show up for different venues.
Me:  You mean like how I show up for work or for going out for the evening?
Money:  Yes.  It’s the things you are open to, and the things you do while you are out and about.
Me:  One is for my performance, and the other is for relaxing.
Money:  Yes, but if you go out for relaxation at the theater, there is still a performance – many performances, actually.
Me:  *Laughs*
Money:  What is it?
Me:  You operate at such a grand scale!  It is humbling for me - at times like this.
Money:  There is no need to be humbled.  You’re asking the questions of this scale.
Me:   So, the denominations of performance and receiving performances…
Money:  It’s all money.
Me:  What about the devaluation of money?
Money:  There is a balance.  We all ebb and flow with our strengths and weaknesses.
Me:  …
Money:  Rann, your weaknesses do not make you less valuable.  Weaknesses are the invitation for exchange.
Me:  Exchange in the flow.
Money:  Yes.
Me:  What about strengths?
Money:  They are also an invitation for exchange if the humbled can surpass their humilities.  Many do not see strength as an invitation but as an obstacle or goal.  This is an assumption that limits exchange.
Me:  From this perspective, it seems advantageous to approach from weakness and not strength.
Money:  If you are open to receiving, it does not matter.  If the identity is Strength, then it can be difficult for the identity to be in the flow.
Me:  Is that truly the case?
Money:  In particular the strength identity forces the flow more than it exists with the flow.
Me:  Wow!  Is ego the identity still, in this case?
Money:  By existing as Strength in its unmanageable state, one will naturally push or pull unconsciously.
Me:  Is this being strong?
Money:  No.
Me:  Showing strength?
Money:  Somewhat.
Me:  What answer am I looking for?
Money:  The truly strong are willing to appear weak to those who can only see as much.  True strength is not an act or an appearance or even a presence.
Me:  It is an energy.
Money:  Yes.
Me:  I’m going to cry now.
Money:  Okay.
Me:  *Laughs*  Money, you're a good friend.
 

Written by Rann Goldrich

Rann Goldrich applies her knowledge and talents towards the architecture of energy.  She has contributed to the development of energetic modalities, and created several modalities of her own including: conscious creating, liberating bodies from locked charges, collapsing anchor points, quantum jumping, changing appearances, and joyful living.