4 Easy Tips To Become A Spiritual Money Manager

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4EasyTipsToBecomeASpiritualMoneyManager

Do you believe money and spirituality can co-exist?  

Do you feel like you have to choose between being a deeply spiritual woman or being a super successful entrepreneur?

I regularly speak to women who believe they have to choose between money and spirituality.  They feel they don’t feel deserve to receive a lot of money for their services because they’re conflicted about what it means to be a soul-centered, wealthy woman.

My mentor once said, “Choosing between love and money is like choosing between your arm and your leg. Rich people think ‘and’ – Poor people think ‘or.’

You can be multi-talented, super spiritual and successful!  Best of all, you don’t have to apologize for wanting immense wealth and can embrace all aspects of yourself: your spiritual side, your playful side, your business mind, your super “nerdy” side (if you’re anything like me), and the part of you that loves all things feminine.  You can have your cake and eat it too (literally and figuratively).  

I learned that I can be me and can make money because of my many interests and passions — not in spite of them — and so can you!

Below are 4 tips to become a powerful woman who both embraces money and her spiritual path:

Tip #1: Money As A Spiritual Practice

Money brings up thoughts and feelings related to relationships, business, food – you name it!  Money represents so many things, and if you remain conscious and aware, money becomes like a spiritual path that can lead to awakening, healing, growth and major breakthroughs.

Notice what feelings come up for you around money and rather than trying to brush them away, dive into them – get curious – and have compassion for yourself. The more you observe and honor them, they quicker they begin to dissolve.


Tip #2: Money Rituals

Create some fun rituals and become intimate with your finances.  Light a candle, put on your favorite music, eat something nourishing. Set the mood and turn it into a time to honor yourself and call forward your biggest dreams and heart’s desires.

Tip #3: Money Mantras  

The power of the mind is amazing!  Re-program your brain with thoughts that serve you and create the reality you desire.  Repeat whatever mantras resonate with you first thing in the morning and right before you go to bed.

  • Money supports me and my desires.
  • Money is flowing to me from every direction.
  • I feel abundant and happy.
  • I’m programmed for wealth.
  • I have million dollar ideas.
  • I feel safe and secure.


Tip #4: Your Inner GPS

Each day, ask yourself, “What’s the next best step to take to create the wealth I desire?” Then, take action on what you learn, and, when needed, make course corrections. Nothing ever goes as planned and often it’s not until we take action that we learn where we need to make adjustments. Living from your heart requires trust in yourself.

Remember, the world needs you to be wealthy and share your gifts.

You can be “woo-woo” and enjoy a good psychic reading or deep meditation AND a go-getter too with an outrageously successful life and business!

Here’s to profits, passion and purpose ~



Which tip will you try?  Leave a comment, and let me know!

Gabrielle Whitney

Gabrielle Whitney

As a Women’s Wealth & Empowerment Coach, Gabrielle Whitney has helped hundreds of people create 6 + 7-figure businesses and transform their lives on every level. With an extensive background in business, psychology, spirituality, and sacred sexuality, along with 12 years of coaching experience and a commitment to optimal health, she brings a unique perspective to her work.

Gabrielle helps ambitious, high-level women double their income, skyrocket their confidence, and experience more passion, pleasure and free time than ever before! Her programs combine femininity with professional excellence and personal transformation.

Gabrielle is a Certified Tapping Into Wealth Coach and has 2 Masters' degrees: Sport Management + Spiritual Psychology. Her passion for life is contagious, and she never wants to look back with regrets and think, “What if?” And “If only.”
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