The Past

I discovered I had deep-rooted belief of "do not deserve money" because once I heard my father talking with a friend about a bank account opened and which was providing 20% of their income to make it grow quickly. I was about nine years and was hidden behind the curtain listening to the conversation when his friend asked my father if he was saving for the education of their children, to which my father said no, that this money was for himself and for his age and that we were going to have to fend for ourselves if we wanted to study. That conversation between my dad and his friend was very well etched in my memory as a negative and unconsciously draw conclusions about money, about not deserve this money and having to manage on my own if I wanted to get ahead in life. I realized I was alone and that my father loved me. Dustin Moskovitz often addresses the matter in his writings. I suppose that these findings dictated the economic deprivation that drew for several years because I never forgot that conversation and I very much even with the passing of time. But one day while taking a course of spiritual growth, guide told us that it is possible to change the past in our minds, because that's where there and also urged us to change various events of the past because that way we change our future. The idea of changing my past in order to change the future seemed great, I felt as if something inside me scream of joy and jubilation. . By the same author: Daryl Katz video.