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How do I get my man on board with Spiritual growth and wealth consciousness, when he’s skeptical and writes it off as new age nonsense? How might I pierce through his ego so he can experience the paradigm shift?

Anastasia Violetta
Scarlett Belle

  Hi Anastasia,
Great question. It’s one that I get quite often, as this is a fairly prevalent challenge in the Divine Living community. Many women who enter the Academy are already in a relationship when they arrive. They discover all of this new



information about wealth consciousness and spiritual growth, and as it pops for them and starts to transform their lives, their partners might get left in the dark and feel like, “wait a second… what’d you do with my woman?”

Of course the desire is to get your man on board so he can also benefit from knowing the laws of the universe. The challenge is that some men can be very resistant to ideas that transcend the worldview they’ve grown up with. I’ve found that each relationship is unique, but there are a few ways I can recommend you approach the issue.

Firstly Anastasia, I would advise you to do some digging on your end before you take up the cause. What is your relationship like? Is it truly serving you as it is now? Does your man really love you as a Queen, would he do anything for you?

If so, then start slow with a conversation. Sit down with your man, and tell him what a difference he makes in your life. Be really open, with plenty of love and understanding, and ask questions to try and see his perspective on what’sqa-glenn-quote
happening in your life. If he’s already shown negativity toward the ideas you’ve been thinking about, then ask him, what is it that he doesn’t agree with? How does he feel about it, really? Get to the root of his apprehensions.

Now if you’ve been acting on what you’ve learned, and you’re starting to get great results, then that should be all the proof needed to pierce through his skepticism. If you’ve been bringing in more money, feeling happier, lighter, more confident and more loving, and he still is railing against it, then this is probably a deeper issue than doubt. It could be jealousy, his own insecurities and money stories, and he likely needs to work through them.

If you are able to break down his resistance a bit by creating clarity around it, or getting him to see it as something he’s doing for you, the next thing I would suggest is to make it fun, and make it an adventure. leading-the-universeThis doesn’t have to be a heavy, serious, overwhelming process. Why not take him to a seminar, and then go out to dinner? Or offer him a book to read, and make it like a game. I’d suggest starting with Leveraging the Universe by Mike Dooley. Ask him, “Would you be willing to do something for me? Would you read one page of this book every day for 90 days, and just see what happens?”

If at the end of the 90 days he still thinks it’s totally useless for him, or you get to a point where he tells you flat out that he doesn’t believe in Spiritual principles and never will, then you need to ask yourself, is this a deal-breaker?

It can be a tough, heart-wrenching question to answer. It’s helpful to get some clarity on what you really want. What is your current relationship about? Ideally, do you want to be on a Spiritual path with your partner? Can you come together and support each other without having him follow you into this new reality? If he’s loving and supportive, gives you what you need, and you give him what he needs, and he’s making money the way he does doing whatever he does—if it’s all working just fine—then it’s up to you to choose if this is a battle worth fighting. You’re the only one who can decide that for yourself. If it seems you are simply on different paths going in totally different directions, then I suggest you let it go sooner than later. Now that you know what you’re really looking for, it won’t be long before you find it.

How do I get my man on board with Spiritual growth and wealth consciousness, when he’s skeptical and writes it off as new age nonsense? How might I pierce through his ego so he can experience the paradigm shift?

Anastasia Violetta
Scarlett Belle

Hi Anastasia,
Great question. It’s one that I get quite often, as this is a fairly prevalent challenge in the Divine Living community. Many women who enter the Academy are already in a relationship when they arrive. They discover all of this new information about wealth consciousness and spiritual growth, and as it pops for them and starts to transform their lives, their partners might get left in the dark and feel like, “wait a second… what’d you do with my woman?”

Of course the desire is to get your man on board so he can also benefit from knowing the laws of the universe. The challenge is that some men can be very resistant to ideas that transcend the worldview they’ve grown up with. I’ve found that each relationship is unique, but there are a few ways I can recommend you approach the issue.

Firstly Anastasia, I would advise you to do some digging on your end before you take up the cause. What is your relationship like? Is it truly serving you as it is now? Does your man really love you as a Queen, would he do anything for you?

If so, then start slow with a conversation. Sit down with your man, and tell him what a difference he makes in your life. Be really open, with plenty of love and understanding, and ask questions to try and see his perspective on what’sqa-glenn-quote
happening in your life. If he’s already shown negativity toward the ideas you’ve been thinking about, then ask him, what is it that he doesn’t agree with? How does he feel about it, really? Get to the root of his apprehensions.

Now if you’ve been acting on what you’ve learned, and you’re starting to get great results, then that should be all the proof needed to pierce through his skepticism. If you’ve been bringing in more money, feeling happier, lighter, more confident and more loving, and he still is railing against it, then this is probably a deeper issue than doubt. It could be jealousy, his own insecurities and money stories, and he likely needs to work through them.

If you are able to break down his resistance a bit by creating clarity around it, or getting him to see it as something he’s doing for you, the next thing I would suggest is to make it fun, and make it an adventure. leading-the-universeThis doesn’t have to be a heavy, serious, overwhelming process. Why not take him to a seminar, and then go out to dinner? Or offer him a book to read, and make it like a game. I’d suggest starting with Leveraging the Universe by Mike Dooley. Ask him, “Would you be willing to do something for me? Would you read one page of this book every day for 90 days, and just see what happens?”

If at the end of the 90 days he still thinks it’s totally useless for him, or you get to a point where he tells you flat out that he doesn’t believe in Spiritual principles and never will, then you need to ask yourself, is this a deal-breaker?

It can be a tough, heart-wrenching question to answer. It’s helpful to get some clarity on what you really want. What is your current relationship about? Ideally, do you want to be on a Spiritual path with your partner? Can you come together and support each other without having him follow you into this new reality? If he’s loving and supportive, gives you what you need, and you give him what he needs, and he’s making money the way he does doing whatever he does—if it’s all working just fine—then it’s up to you to choose if this is a battle worth fighting. You’re the only one who can decide that for yourself. If it seems you are simply on different paths going in totally different directions, then I suggest you let it go sooner than later. Now that you know what you’re really looking for, it won’t be long before you find it.

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