An influencer is defending her Instagram post about money that some are calling “privileged”

Sep 18, 2019 14:42


An influencer is defending her controversial Instagram post about money that some are calling "privileged"https://t.co/ddnRsfHA0I
- BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) September 18, 2019
Alyse Parker, an influencer and “mindset coach” with over 210,000 followers on Instagram, is under fire over a recent post where she claimed that “money is merely a form ( Read more... )

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nutmegdealer September 19 2019, 00:02:14 UTC
limiting beliefs are a thing, changing your mindset is a good thing. however, i'm not gonna believe that someone caught up in generational poverty subconsciously hates money or subconsciously wants to be exploited. i've been reading a lot about loa/manifesting in the past few months and you have to keep what works and throw out what doesn't.

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analievelyn September 19 2019, 00:04:08 UTC
can you share what has worked for you? genuinely curious

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nutmegdealer September 29 2019, 23:51:25 UTC
for limiting beliefs: it's a constant struggle and i've been questioning everything, period. writing out the beliefs and writing counters to them. stopping the stories in my head and coming up with counters to those. realizing that all of those beliefs were never things that i originally thought about myself, but were things that i was told by assholes and then internalized.

for manifesting: the only things i've done have been visualization and scripting (except that one time i used a subliminal and it worked). a visualization technique that i've never used but have read about involves visualizing only the end and those feelings. i want to test it out for next time!

my scripting is pretty lazy. i just write down what i want in the present tense and then put it away. i've gotten results from burning lists, or keeping them in a notebook, or putting them in my pillowcase for a few days.
hope this helps. feel free to dm me.

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sweetmotion September 19 2019, 01:17:58 UTC
well said.

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wombat_nectar September 19 2019, 00:02:36 UTC
we just have to start eating these people

no gods no influencers

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yurasama_love September 19 2019, 00:34:05 UTC
i think they'd be better as fertilizer
then we can eat them indirectly

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veracity September 19 2019, 05:55:57 UTC
I don't want that kind of indigestion, though.

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jarellano89 September 19 2019, 15:31:28 UTC
Just march them into a volcano tbh

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melispurple September 19 2019, 00:02:40 UTC
I guess I don't love money enough and that's why I'm broke?? Damn money I love you times 1 billion!!

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analievelyn September 19 2019, 00:03:00 UTC
As someone with many marginalized identities, I think that the biggest disconnect I have is with rich and/or wealthy ppl.

Esp ppl born into it. Just a completely different reality.

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disasterboss September 19 2019, 00:19:11 UTC
yeah same, like even we're both black, female, bi, etc. if there's a big income gap there's usually just this real deep disconnect. i just can't vibe with it because the class privilege really warps your thinking.

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somthingshinyy September 19 2019, 06:40:12 UTC
same here. Money can insulate people from reality pretty well. Being sheltered and delusional isn't entirely their fault, but its frustrating to be around sometimes.

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aria_grace September 19 2019, 00:03:18 UTC
Missing the word ‘triggering’ has got to stop.

Looking at you, right wingers.

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