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  • Johanna Lynn

The DNA of Money

Updated: Apr 16

We all live out our relationship to money every day in subtle ways.

Every day, even in small decisions, our inherited money beliefs from our family shape how we interact with money. Our relationship to money defines our choices in life and yet very few of us were ever given a financial education, on a practical or emotional level.

Most of us were simply not taught about money:  how to manage it, how to talk about it, and least of all how to navigate our feelings about it.

Our relationship with money brings us into direct contact with a whole range of deep, complex themes like:

  • how we access feelings of enoughness, security or safety

  • our capacity to feel worthy and valuable

  • our ability to choose instead of feeling stuck – in a job – in a relationship – in life

  • our connection to pleasure and thriving giving ourselves time to enjoy

  • our self-confidence, self-reliance and resilience

  • our ability to be vulnerable, speak openly about gaps in knowledge or even past mistakes made and ask for help when we need it

Often all of these themes are acting out just below the surface.

Many people go through their entire lives without recognizing the deeper issues fueling their money challenges.


Money, in many ways, acts as a mirror to our inner world, reflecting unresolved issues and emotions that we may not even be aware of.

It can trigger feelings of self-doubt, shame, or powerlessness, and often, we find ourselves repeating the same money patterns that have been passed down through generations, inheriting the emotional DNA of our families.


Money patterns are often multigenerational until they are addressed.

The good news is that we have the ability to change it as soon as we become conscious of the pattern.


By delving into the root causes of our money challenges, we can access feelings of enoughness, security, and self-worth, giving ourselves the capacity to make choices and live a life that aligns with what we want most in life.

Are you ready to explore your inner relationship with money from a fresh perspective – freeing yourself from the emotional quicksand that can pull you back into old patterns?

Redefine your relationship with money, so you can make conscious choices and break free from the patterns that may have been holding you back for generations.


Let's identify what you carry from your family that isn’t serving you financially and gain clarity on the hidden influences that shape your money choices and access to lightness and freedom.

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