Sometimes that purchase is a session
Redefine your assumptions about buying things.
I will never forget the time I bought that internet sales-pitch product for a hefty-enough sum. I was conflicted but stuck. Conflicted because I wasn’t sure it was the right purchase to make. Stuck because the issue the item promised to fix had been an issue for so long - and I felt so tangled about it - I was in a desperate/anger/hope state.
So in fit of “do it” I pushed the button and bought it.
It took me a long time to untangle the intuition part of it. Did I feel guided to push the buy button? Yes. I did. Did I also feel conflicted doing it? Yes, I was. And did the product fix things? No, not at all.
In fact, it was a scam, and the product I received wasn’t even the product pictured.
So I went on a chase to get my money back. This was not guided. It was me, all me, my ego and my hurt and my anger - at myself I’m sure - for falling for this scam. After all, I’m an internet Goddess. I’ve been around the internet since the days of the screaming modem. I know how to look things up!
I did not get my money back.
And then, after the dust settled, I could only marvel at the process.
The fake product gave me such a driving action-taking fierce strength to get the REAL thing that would work that I manifested it.
I manifested the solution in a different - and not scammy - product.
Looking back, there is no way I could have manifested the real solution from my desperate-feeling stuck place. And since I was stuck, I was stuck.
The scam situation unstuck me.
Now I am grateful for the money spent. I heard my Guides say, “If you knew you could pay that amount of money for a session that would clear up your block to solution would you have paid it?”
“Gladly!”, I said.
“Well you did. That was your session.”
We put so much on a purchase. That it has to DO something. But what? What it is it meant to do?
That it has to last. Why? Why does it have to last?
In the time-is-an-illusion and we-are-here-to-experience paradigm of being a soul in a human lifetime, what is this entanglement with stuff?
It’s made up, is what it is.
Free yourself from it.
Look at that book you never read and ask yourself, what was the experience of buying it? Was it guided? Was it intuitive? If so, there is something about the purchase, the having of it, the knowing of the book itself, the giving it away, the reading it, the not-reading it, the just having it’s energy around you, the one sentence or paragraph you got from it when you skimmed it at the store… that was the point of that experience.
Let the book go.
Revel in the session it gave you.
And then - when you are inspired and able - do that for everything else you’ve already had an experience with that is past its time to be in your life today.
Re-map your relationship with things.
Re-ignite your relationship with your experience.
And love your intuition guiding you through it, scams and all.