You can’t trust another till you trust yourself, because if you don’t trust yourself then how do you know who’s trustworthy?
The third level of gold magick could be called gold mysticism. Be one with what you want to create.
Paint myself gold? That would be low magick. Wearing a gold watch works there. Do you want to create money that wasn’t already in circulation?
Counterfeit? So no, you wouldn’t get your goal met would it? No. Do you want to create debt that wasn’t already there? Can you just announce to someone that they owe you money? Perhaps if you are running a protection racket, but it doesn’t really work does it?
People try that. They do, and it fails.
Revere the system? To practice the third level of gold magick, you needn’t do something so strange as revere the system. You instead try to deeply realize that you are the system. Do most people have much self-control?
Usually not. Is it any wonder then that they lack money control?
Stop feeling bitter and resenting those who have what you want? Exactly, but you have to go further than even that. The reason most people fail at gold mysticism is they stop at ego, declare “I am the law! (golden rule).” That’s not a deep enough understanding.
See yourself as a mover and shaker and you will become one? Closer. See that in yourself you have every customer, every investor, every banker, every law maker, and then you attune yourself to the way of gold. You feel everyone’s work as if it were your own, everyone’s home as if it were your own, every need as if it were your own.
Orchestrate your body? Yes and your extended being. The poor part of town isn’t someone else’s poverty, it’s yours. The rich part of town isn’t someone else’s achievement, it’s yours. Feel financial strain as if it is physical strain, and your own intuition will kick in to guide you to soothe it.
I’m always confused when I hear people criticize something in society, because I think part of me is involved in all of it. You are correct. Those critical people, how well do they do in meeting their own needs on any level?
Horrible, so they keep complaining. If I shout at a rock in rage “Why aren’t you bread!?”, what will happen?
You’ll still be hungry. But if I recognize that the rock is a part of the world in which bread exists, and another rock is also part of that world, and that grain is part of bread, and I put them all together and do the work that comes naturally, and accept and take ownership of the results, what would happen?
You eat. I would have flour and be on the way to making bread, no criticism necessary or even remotely helpful. Is any work really any different than this?
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.