Since there is no direct co-relation between the subject of our thoughts and the results of our thoughts, it can be hard to figure out what leads to what. Your thoughts on any subject in your life can result in problems in your relationship with money.
For example, someone who has relationship problems can end up having money problems as well, and vice versa. That’s why if our way of thinking goes unattended for a while, it results in the creation of what I call the two headed monster: the problem that gave birth to the negative vibration, and the subject in our lives that became impacted by the negative vibration.
My friend Kate has always considered herself overweight for as long as I have known her. She doesn’t eat much, and tries to eat healthy – then why is she overweight? Well, it started many years ago, as a relationship issue. She had problems with her husband and the work she did in order to earn a living. Her negative thinking on these subjects resulted in the storage of resistance in her physical body, leading to her weight issue. But then she started looking at her body and feeling dissatisfied, this in turn created more negative energy, this time directly related to her body, leading to other health problems. If she had taken her weight problem as an indicator right at the start, and said to herself “humm.. I’m putting on weight…this means something is out of whack with the way I’m thinking my thoughts… I guess I am not appreciating where I am, so I’m going to spend my time looking for things to appreciate, and I know that as I do so all things will fall into place”.
Instead Kate looked at her marriage and hated it, and told her friends about it. She looked at the work she did as a janitor and hated it, and shared her frustration about it with others. And when the negative energy she was generating started appearing as unwanted body weight, she started hating that too.
When you catch them in time, negative thoughts don’t gather momentum, and when they don’t gather momentum they are not habitual, and when they are not habitual, they are easy to change.