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Video: 21 Questions To Know If Family History Affects Your Prosperity - Society
Past poverty prevents present prosperity. Sometimes we feel an unconscious loyalty to relatives who lived in poverty and experienced difficulties in providing for themselves and their children. Perhaps war, famine or persecution forced them to leave their country, leave their belongings and start all over again in another part of the world. If relatives in the past have endured difficult trials, then we can continue to bear their suffering without even realizing it. All attempts to live a prosperous life will fail because it may be difficult for us to afford more than they had. Often, a simple ritual that we honor family members who have experienced adversity can calm us down and allow us to take full advantage of the "new" life. Just paying tribute to what lives in us from the "old", which is from our country or culture,we get some natural inner permission to start life anew.
Bending towards a brother or sister, aunt, uncle, one of the parents, grandmother or grandfather, whose life in our perception was limited by something, we unconsciously can also limit ours and not give ourselves permission to succeed
In addition, when we show gratitude to a new country that has given us refuge and new opportunities, we feel even more peace in our souls. If we find an opportunity to repay something for this - to pay taxes, comply with laws, donate to charity - that is, somehow serve the country in order to compensate for the benefits that are given to our family, it will be easier to receive the benefits that are given to us …
Feelings of personal guilt can inhibit success
It happens that a person himself has deceived someone or hurt another so much that it caused serious suffering. For example, he received a large amount of money through fraud or deception, by getting married or getting married for convenience, having appropriated money from the company for which he worked. When this happens, a person can rarely keep this wealth. Regardless of whether he feels guilty or not, whether he understands the consequences of his actions or not, he (and / or his children) often lives a very modest life to compensate for the harm done.
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Summing up, I will say that the consequences of one's own actions, unresolved family traumas, relationships with parents, intertwining with the affected members of the family system - all this can serve as an obstacle to success. But as soon as we connect with the past and connect what is out of balance with the present, it will mean that we have taken a pivotal step. When everyone and everything is considered with due attention and respect, the unresolved affairs of the past can remain in it, and we can move on, with greater internal and financial freedom.
21 questions about success
Below are twenty-one questions you need to answer to understand whether family history affects your success:
1. Have you had any difficulties in your relationship with your mother?
2. Have you had any difficulties in your relationship with your father?
3. Were your parents successful in their business, earning a livelihood?
4. Some of the parents were unable to provide for the family?
5. Did your parents separate during childhood or adolescence?
6. How did the mother feel about the father?
7. How did the father treat the mother?
8. Did you experience physical or emotional separation from your mother as a child?
9. Which of the closest relatives died young (mother, father, grandfather or grandmother)?
10. Have you, parents, grandparents, brothers or sisters died young?
11. Has anyone in your family benefited greatly from someone else?
12. Someone was deceased by deception?
13. Has anyone in the family unfairly inherited or acquired something?
14. Has any relative gone bankrupt, squandered the family's wealth, or caused financial difficulties in the family?
15. Was someone outside your family responsible for financial hardship in your family?
16. Has anyone in the family been rejected for being a loser, a gambler, etc.?
17. Has someone from the family lost a house or property, and then had difficulty recovering after that?
18. Was any of your ancestors poor?
19. Have you or your parents emigrated?
20. Have any of your ancestors been driven from their land? Did they have to run?
21. Did you or someone in your family cheat, harm, or exploit someone?
Fragment of the book “It didn't start with you. How do we inherit negative scenarios from our family and how to stop their influence. " Mark Walinn. - Moscow: Publishing house "Bombora", 2020.