Money never lies. It can’t lie. Want to see the truth? Look at the dashboard of the money. Money is always and forever only energy. Energy that can flow in abundance and be impeded in scarcity.
Wayne – Yeshua, This is Wayne. Are you there?
Yeshua – I am always here. Where have you been? 🙂
W – I’ve been busy, too busy, but I miss you. We talked last about talking about money together and I wanted to see if it’s time.
Y – Time?
W – You know what I mean…
Y – I do, and sorry for being testy right off the bat. I miss you and I miss our connecting.
W – I miss you too. Christopher [Gabriel] tells me he misses my conversations with you. Jillian [Jelelle] and Kathleen [Kalayna] tell me they are waiting. Fran says she took notes from our last conversations.
Y – And you are waiting for the right time?
W – Well, I don’t know what to say about that. I could go off on how busy it’s been or how full it’s felt having adjusted to living for a couple months now in an RV in a campground.
Y – Time is an illusion.
W – Okay…
Y – I’d like to hear the RV stories, I just wanted to dive in.
W – I like that about you. ‘No pissing around,’ we said last time. Partly to offend the offendable, and partly out of a desire to blow shit up…to get on with something that so wants to be gotten on with.
Y – And Money is an illusion too.
W – I know that. I should say I’ve heard that before and even made some sense of it, but inevitably the illusion becomes more of a reality. My time, energy and anxiety seem to default to something like ‘my life revolves around money.’ Part of the reason I’ve waited to have the space for this conversation with you was waiting for a time when the money concerns are looked after in the moment. As In ‘now I’m free to be creative and give what I truly have and want to give.’
Y – And have fun giving?
W – The funnest fun actually.
Y – So you’re saying that it feels like a lot of the time, or most of the time possibly, it feels like you don’t have the time or money to have fun?
W – Pretty much.
Y – Why would you do anything that you don’t have fun doing?
W – You mean ‘fun’ as in gaining reward and pleasure, doing what we most deeply enjoy…
Y – Anything less isn’t fun. I’m not talking about the boring trash that passes as fun for so many people. Most people have no clue what fun is. It’s like anyone who’s had an orgasm thinks they know what it’s about.
W – What is it about?
Y – It’s about not knowing what it’s about, and knowing you don’t know. Which is what allows you entry into real unending learning.
W – I like learning about orgasms.
Y – I know you do.
W – Do you think we’ll be able to stay on track and uncover some really cool shit about money together?
Y – I do. And we’ll kill some sacred cows about sex and time while we’re at it, too.
W – We’re not sounding too smug right now?
Y – Too smug for some for sure, but most of them will never find this writing anyway. To those who do find this writing and find being direct and plain and transparent offensive, I’d say that you need to live some life for the sole purpose of coming to terms with what you really want. Because until you know what you want, what you really want, you are not of much use to life, love, others, or God. You are use-less instead of use-full.
W – I’ve wanted conflicting things for much of my life and I’m sure I still do.
Y – And is it fun?
W – No, it’s conflict.
Y – The only conflict worth having is conflict that brings you back to real fun.
W – And all this has to do with money I’m sure…?
Y – If money IS anything, It’s an agreement. It’s an agreement about how we will exchange energy. We’ll get into that I’m sure, but for now, I want to come to an agreement about we will exchange energy in this dialogue.
W – Okay.
Y – For starters, I definitely don’t want to do all the teaching, more like half teacher, half student.
W – Okay, then we’ll have a half a series on money?
Y – No wise guy. You get to do the other half.
W – I get it only works that way.
Y – And why does it only work that way?
W – When any one of us give over all of our power over to the teacher and see ourselves as students only, we abdicate our sovereignty and our power and that just hurts.
Y – And been there, done that right?
W – Enough lifetimes to be finally done with it.
Y – Good. This is an exchange of energy. At times you bring the questions, at times I will. That’s coquesting.
W – ‘Co-questing?’ You’re just gonna keep making up words aren’t you?
Y – What word do you know that wasn’t made up?
W – If the human race is anything, it’s making itself up as it goes.
Y – Yes, teacher.
W – There’s the ‘Word Of God.’
Y – There’s the word of Wayne.
W – Where’s this going?
Y – You started it.
W – Yes, I did. Maybe all of my former esteem for the bible as the Word Of God was really about a journey of coming to terms with the fear of my own bigness, with the power of my own words? With being a god and a man at the same time?
Y – Maybe?
W – I’m using the power of suggestion here and of being in ‘not-knowing’ as well.
Y – Okay, fair enough as long as it’s not a shrink from hiding your truth. The world is starving for your truth. Men and women have hidden their truth under a bushel of ‘thee truth’ for so long, and that time is now up. That’s why we are in the midst of a great shift, and we need conversations like this one to assist in the birth of what’s coming.
W – And money has been a container for the power of our truth, hasn’t it?
Y – Money never lies. It can’t lie. Want to see the truth? Look at the dashboard of the money. Money is always and forever only energy. Energy that can flow in abundance and be impeded in scarcity. Yes, much of the truth of one’s life can be seen in our relationship to money. Whether you’re stuck in a rat-race, or you’re unfulfilled with all the money in the world, money only and always reflects an internal reality.
W – I think we opened up this question more than we addressed it today.
Y – Insight can only come in response to the quality of the quest. It’s a flow, a current, a currency. No question, no quest.
W – I have lots of questions.
Y – Good. Treasure them. We need them. Guard them.
W – The deadest man is the man who still breathes, but has lost his quest.
Y – Wow, Wayne, looks like we started something.
W – ‘Walking with Jesus,… talking with Jesus,… all along the way…’
Y – ‘Turn in your hymnals please to the third stanza of hymn number 389.’
W – ‘All together now.’
Y – We’ve so ached for so many centuries to find something. We’ve given our hearts and souls. Our lives, our time, our money.
W – Only to find out that what we thought we knew, we don’t know.
Y – And not knowing is only and always what leads to knowing…
W – Which in turn leads to more not knowing.
Y – Exactly.
W- So this book might turn out to be one big disappointment?
Y – Only for those allergic to fun.
W – I missed you, man
Y – I missed you too.
W – How much of this can we stand?
Y – We’re about to find out, aren’t we?
In this blog series, Ending The Money Madness, Wayne Vriend shares his unedited, journal conversation with Yeshua.These blogs offer an exploration of money, what it is, how to relate to it, the financial collapse and transition to yin-based currency, the false self system created around money, etc. Visit www.soulfullheart.org for more about the SoulFullHeart Way of Life and read 90 Days With Yeshua: Modern Message From An Ascended Teacher for more enlightening conversations between Wayne and Yeshua.