MONEY IS DIRTY©
By Jo Moon
12th June 2012
Yes, money is dirty because it is never washed. When did you last take a pound coin, a dollar note, Euro or whatever currency you use and wash it under the tap, in water or disinfect it?
I would be interested to know if anyone has ever done this! However there would seem little point considering that money changes hands so often. If you wash it then someone else’s dirty hands will handle it next.
Where have all those hands been that handle our change and paper money? There may be hundreds or thousands of people who have handled the same coin, maybe over decades. That same coin you hold in your purse, wallet, pocket or piggy bank may have been used in a drug deal, a crime or in acquiring goods and products you may not agree with on any level. That coin could have supported the killing of innocent animals, the torture and abuse of animals and humans and many other such things.
The coin you hold in your wallet has passed through the hands of endless businesses, people and organizations. Some you may support and others not. The energy held in that coin no doubt consists of every human emotion imaginable. It may contain hatred, love, envy, sadness, depression, misery, feelings of being trapped, joy, resentment, fear, revenge. It will contain multiple thought forms as well as emotional residues. We all have access to money. Most of the human population will have some money in their possession. We need it for our general survival, unless we are totally self sufficient or living in a remote and tribal way where the forest provides for our every need. This is not most people’s experience though it was at one time.
We are generally in constant search for and in need of the coins and paper money we hold so dearly to us. Without it we are stuck. But what about the level of toxic energy and physical dirt we receive through the handling of money in our every day lives?
What is money laundering? It is when money is not clean. But is it ever?
Does this reflect some general ‘dirty’ element of our use of money? If money was not in existence what would happen?
What would you do, be and have if you did not need to pursue money in order to exist? In this world if you do not have money you cannot usually eat, drink or have shelter, have a home.
Our basic needs should be met whether we have money or not
If a person is in great need of food and a home he or she may do anything to acquire money. This may be working in a job that they do not even believe in ethically or getting involved in crime. Do people choose to slaughter animals, experiment on innocent animals, contribute to the weapon making industry, produce and sell poisons and addictive drugs? If it wasn’t for money would they still do these things?
We are using a commodity in our every day lives which is designed to feed into all kinds of unethical industries, organizations and motivations. We do not know where that coin has been and where it will be going next. We are receiving it and passing it on without thought. It is simply our survival. We are all part of a chain and unless we live in a jungle or forest or become totally self sufficient we cannot release ourselves from this chain.
That is why money is dirty.