By Gary M. Douglas
The lies of money is about how with or without money you can still create what you want.
Prerequisite: TheFoundation (Formerly Foundation & Level 1)
There are many, many lies about money. 'Money grows on trees.' Is that a truth or a lie? 'Money doesn't grow on trees.' is that a truth or a lie? You've got to look at what's true and what's a lie, and what's being created as a point of view that actually isn't true.
Most people have the idea that money is a solution, money is what gives them choice, and money is what creates reality. Money is none of those things. The lies of money is about how with or without money you can still create what you want. If you start to function from the question of how money is either a contribution or not, or that money is how you create something, a different world opens up. When you deal from the lies of money you're always looking for money as the solution, or the problem, or the necessity to create something greater.
If money weren't any of those things what else would be possible?