The following information is a transcript of a 56-minute recording of my hypnotic trance. The bolded questions are the ones my dad asked.
What is money?
Do they have any topic they want to share?
They say they can tell on their own, but we can also ask a question as a starting point.
What is money? Money is a value we assign to goods so that we know how much energy is contained within them.
So it’s highly individual, different people, nations, and countries value their goods differently? For example, lunch in Turkey can cost 2 euros, while in Slovenia, you would pay 15 euros.
Yes, money is more like energy. It changes over time; there’s no fixed value. Money doesn’t exist; it’s more of an exchange of energy.
So, is lunch in Slovenia the same exchange of energy as in Turkey, even though the price is different?
Will a person from Turkey be equally satisfied with 2 euros as a person from Slovenia with 15 euros?
Yes, considering their income and standard of living. They say that money is not important based on the numbers. It’s more about determining how much of it we need for a particular thing at that moment.
And this can also change?
Yes, it fluctuates. The good itself doesn’t fluctuate. A kilogram of gold is always a kilogram of gold. However, the value of that kilogram of gold can change depending on circumstances, the rarity of the good, and so on.
So, the exchange of energy is something natural and acceptable?
What happens if there is no exchange of energy in such a case?
In that case, the person who didn’t give for what they received will lose that thing.
And what happens to a person who loses? Are they energetically deprived?
No, they physically lose that good.
Does this also apply in the case of theft?
Is this a universal law that applies 100%?
No, in the case of an ongoing theft. When you lose something, you receive something new. However, if someone steals something once, they will lose it. But if they continue with theft, they may not notice it because they are constantly stealing. An example they mentioned is the case of theft in a bank. Those who steal from a bank once will never do it just once. They will always somehow spend the money or someone else will steal it from them. That’s it.
So, does the energy of money take care of itself?
What about extreme cases like Bill Gates, who has such a massive influx of money that it’s Earthly disproportionate? Where does the sense lie in that?
They see a bigger plan. They are not important here in a physical aspect; they maintain balance.
Does this have nothing to do with the human level?
Yes, they are at a higher level. It’s not ordinary; it’s an exception. It already involves the soul level of consciousness.
Why is it so difficult for some people to achieve financial success?
Because they lack sufficient goods that they can exchange for money. And goods are not necessarily physical.
Can goods also represent the quality of your work?
Goods can represent anything in any context. For example, building a website, constructing a house, washing a car. Anything you offer to another person that eases or shortens their work.
So, some people don’t have enough goods to attain a better job?
Does that mean they have nothing to offer for a better job?
Yes, there is no energy exchange.
So, someone who believes they deserve a better salary or job but doesn’t have enough goods for it, is their idea unrealistic?
Yes, the idea of manifestation does not guarantee success. The thought that we deserve something does not necessarily mean it will manifest or that we do.
What if someone claims that they will become a better person and that a better job will find its way to them? Would they understand that?
Some would understand that.
So, is the reason why there are so few successful people that some don’t want to embark on the demanding path?
Is this also related to a life lesson?
They say yes and no. The lesson is your entire life, regardless of the path you choose. They see that the more challenging path has fewer people. Not because there are fewer people, but because on the easier path, there would be no need for testing them.
Do challenges represent obstacles?
Challenges test people, and whether they will go out of their way for you. In normal life, challenges exist, and that is enough. You don’t test them in the context of your own development.
So, the other path is more demanding?
It’s the same people, but you test them, and that’s why some drop out.
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