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CALL ME +27639507543 Money Panic’ – Why Do People Panic Over Money? ‘Money panic’ is not something you hear discussed in the bus queue, or at your local bar. Yet panic over money and issues relating to money and finance is an extremely personal form of anxiety and panic, and is surprisingly widespread. You need money spells. If we were unfortunate enough to find ourselves caught in a tsunami wave, I’m sure the panic would be overtly shared by all; but the nature of panic over money is something much more covert and subtle — yet no less real, and no less pandemic.
The words ‘panic’ and ‘pandemic’ seem to be similarly rooted, yet apparently they are not. ‘Pandemic’ is from the Greek root words meaning ‘pertaining to all people’, (‘pan’ referring to ‘all’). On the other hand ‘panic’ derives from the Greek god Pan, a cloven footed rural deity. Imagine you are were an ancient Greek walking home through the woods and fields late at night, fearing that at any moment you might be accosted by the specter of Pan! This is panic — that felt sense of fear and foreboding of an as yet inexperienced threat.
What is it about money that causes panic? Why does money panic exist as a very real, and yet totally subjective experience? Get money spells that work, spells from South Africa. Panic over money or anything else is rooted in fear, and such fear is invariably linked to a previous experience, either personal or related by a third party. It’s interesting we say ‘third party’. Assuming you or I personally constitute the first party, who or what is the second? The answer has to be that Money itself is alluded to as the second party, as some kind of entity in its own right.
The fears relating to Pan in ancient Greece must surely have been fed by people relating their fears and panic to other people, sharing their real and imagined threatening experiences. Such panic would then be projected forward into future time, into future generations.
So where does own money panic originate today? Why should you or I as rational 21st-century beings, used to dealing regularly with financial matters, (both beneficial and seemingly detrimental), having spent perhaps decades of life surviving and being okay — why should you or I panic about money?
The origin of panic over money and money issues is not something readily discernible in our individual psyches. It takes more than a little conscious awareness and focused intent to get to its root. You do not need to waste time, get money spells that work. Any rural Greek, who got him/herself out of the whole Pan panic thing, must have done so through specific personal experience, combined with intelligent reasoning. Either of these two on their own would not be enough. But I would proffer that personal experience is the prime essential.,
Could this possibly be why many of us seem to put ourselves into and through financial situations that tend to involve panic over money? And if so, could this possibly be some kind of unconscious bid to free ourselves from such irrational fears by facing them full on, rather than avoiding them, and eventually dispel our money panic? ‘Dispel’ is certainly the right idea here, as it literally means ‘to drive out’, but maybe ‘disenchant’ would be even more apt.
Money can indeed appear to hold some kind of spell over us, involving all kinds of fears, panic, and anxiety — that is, until we become disenchanted by it. To ‘disenchant’ can be defined as: ‘to free from enchantment or glamour; to free from a spell; to disillusion’.
Does money hold a spell over you? Are you held by its spell in some way? Or is it the lack of money that holds the spell? Either way, it seems to be money at the root. But I would postulate here that it is not money itself, money as a commodity, money as an entity, that lies at the root of anything — it is rather the place you and I assigned to money. In other words it is our projection of money and not money itself that is at the root of the problem.