The key to having the money you need is to have a healthy relationship with money.

Fact:  When the poorest and the richest people of the world were surveyed, they all wanted more money and feared not having enough.

Fact:  Most people resign themselves to believe that the money and resources they need are out of their reach.

Fact:  People who donate their money to causes that uplift the world report increases in income.

In order to have a fruitful relationship with money, you must neither put it on a pedestal and worship it, nor demonize it and put it below you, making it unimportant. We want to welcome the healthy flow of money.

The most unlimited resource you will ever have lies within you. All of money and material possessions you seek already exist in the world, and you gain access to them through your own creative powers. Just remember not to get too focused on the money or else you become poor in the soul.

Thousands of years of documented stories show that people who give away a portion of their money to causes that uplift the world end up receiving more money in return than those who don’t give away any money at all. It needs to be to a cause that you believe in and it needs to come from your heart. If you do it simply out of guilt or for self-serving reasons, then it taints the money.

  • Do you look up to money and people who have it? Do you believe it's unimportant, or the root of evil?
  • Is it more important to you to acquire more money or develop your soul?
  • How much of your money do you donate on a regular basis to causes that uplift the world?

Dear Money,

May we dance a harmonious dance.

Love, Heather

Heather Hans, LCSW, MSW, MBA, CPIC, is a Visionary, Healer & Teacher, and the author of The Heart of Self-Love: How to Radiate with ConfidenceIt is Heather's firm belief that loving oneself is necessary to have fulfilling relationships and a successful life.  Join Heather’s 30-Day confidence challenge at