That it takes money to live in the world is a concept that is totally irrelevant in reality. However, it’s common to continuously teach that concept to children so that it maintains its effectiveness in the world.
No one lives in the world. It’s the world that lives in and is supported by the imagination.
Just because you may be living through learned allegiance to the meaningless concept of money does not mean you are obligated to force that concept on children as if it’s a reality.
Freeing yourself from money prison and living from abundant inspiration begins with admitting to yourself that you must be mistaken whenever it appears to you that money is a real issue.
Money isn’t bad or wrong. It’s only a mental device that’s used to demonstrate how your self-belief makes you feel. Money has no meaning right now other than that which you are giving it in the form of thought projection.
The thought that it takes money to live in the world or to live comfortably is a projection of a fearful feeling that’s born of fearful self-belief. Some extrapolations of that thought include “it costs too much”, “I can’t afford it” and “I need to be more responsible with money”.
Healing the root of the problem, which is fearful self-belief, only takes willingness to feel the effect of fearful self-belief instead of teaching it, as if it’s actually true. In this way, the projecting gets cut off so that it doesn’t feed the underlying self-belief.
Don’t worry about your actions. They are coming automatically to reflect how your self-belief makes you feel. Keep choosing feeling over projecting (teaching yourself fearful concepts), and your children will learn from your example how to live from inspiration rather than from oppression.