The reason some wealthy people don't want to pay for things
Healing Elaine®: Bridging the Gap Between Medical & Spiritual®
Let’s talk about stingy wealthy people. For starters, they are energy harvesters. What happens when you have “everything you want” in the material realm? You realize that it will never - ever - replace the intangible, spiritual realm. Your soul can not be replenished with money, even if you’ve sold yourself in order to get it.
Years ago I sat in a therapy session and told my T that I noticed a trend amongst some of my clients…the wealthiest seemed to grimace through their payments to me, whilst the “poorest” had absolutely no problem with money at all. Why was this?
The T explained to me that, in their many years of treating the ultra wealthy, many wealthy people felt “important’ when a heavy discount was given because often times the money either wasn’t theirs or wasn’t earnestly earned; therefore, their value was determined based on what they could “get” from others in the name of favors etc. It had absolutely nothing to do with money.
The above explanation made sense to me, and I also saw another trend. One of energy harvesting and pure greed of a bottomless spirit. Too much was never enough for these people.
If I told you about one person who hustled me for a five figure discount, you wouldn’t believe who they are and what they have (in the material realm). And like those who came before them, it was a game to see what extra they could extract from my CORE.
Money is energy, and it becomes meaningless in many fields where corruption exists. Ironically, it is the people in those fields who hoard it the most - because, well, there is a black hole associated with the money they are bringing in.
In 2018 I wrote an article called “people don’t envy things, they envy joy” which you can read here. Every word of it is true. People don’t want things, they want a feeling - a state of being - and sometimes, the only way they can experience it is to take a bite out of you; by diminishing your value, via taking from you in a way that will never be reciprocal…because of the black hole thing.
Nothing is scarier than “having it all” and yet having…nothing at all. I’ve worked with these types. Again - most people would never imagine (since they’ve never socialized with or been associated with this tiny fraction of the population) - the tangible resources of the people I describe. And their greed is sickening - because they are sick.
Having it all yet having nothing at all is demonic; it’s the same energy pattern as an eating disorder. Eat it all up, but you’re never full - rinse, and repeat. It is a person trying to replace a void and then get rid of the original legion by either throwing it all up or making all that money “disappear” into investments, etc. Haven’t you ever met an extremely wealthy “broke” person? “Oh, I don’t have that liquid…it’s all tied up…”
No, it’s not all tied up. You stuffed your face and then threw it up elsewhere. You’re hoarding it. Because no amount will ever be enough.
Over the last decade of my work I’ve been fascinated by the reason that wealthy people don’t like to pay for things, and feel as though they are “losing” when they have to let go of money they would otherwise never even be able to spend: they are fundamentally lacking in their spirit. And their soul is screaming in pain. And they don’t stop their bad behavior until something terrible happens…usually a physical illness.
Whether it is the desperate idea that they “matter” because you made a concession for them (which no doubt takes from you - and that’s the point; they don’t want money they want your SOUL’s essence), or that they “have more” because they took from you (again - they don’t even believe in money, but rather your energetic exchange which they hope to fill themselves up with), the reason some [wealthy] people don’t like to pay for things is they fundamentally lack a spiritual core. Like any demonic legion, they survive off of yours instead. When you allow them.
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