The dogma of money, rich or poor, is associated with worries, fear of loss and greed.
As a consequence, money is hoarded. This results in a traffic jam. The river wants to flow. Water must flow. Money should also flow.
In addition, there is the family view of money, which is also mostly determined by negative attributes. History has also shown that money has often been acquired in unethical and morally reprehensible ways.
Every family has acquired money in this way at some point in their history. This has a subconscious impact on the psyche, relationships, and finances within the family. And this over generations.
The MONEY School starts at these points: eliminating the family and personal legacy.
At the same time, we teach the homogeneous handling of money so that it flows. Transformation is happening!