Why Can’t I Make Money?
We tend to believe that we know all about money. Some people come into money, some earn it, and others have the ability to multiply it. There are hoarders, squanderers, and good administrators. In between, many feel that they lack the skills to obtain the kind of money that would make them happy.
It’s not about skills. Money is the concrete expression of universal human symbols, and your own relation to money shows how the unique traits of your unconscious transfer a number of apparently unrelated issues onto money.
If you cannot make money, you need to know what’s hindering you. It’s true that external factors such as the world crisis are not just a matter of perception. Yet there are people who see the opportunity of making money because there is a crisis, while others let it slip past them even under the most favorable economic circumstances.
Thus, as usual, you need to look inside you. Like the previous books in this series, Why Can’t I Make Money intends to accompany you into the depths of your psyche so that you can learn more about your self. Such is the key to answer the question posed by the title. firstname.lastname@example.org
Marta Merajver-Kurlat is an Argentine novelist, translator, essayist, and biographer. Her attraction to the ways in which mankind tells its own history encouraged her to undertake studies in myths, language, literature, psychology, and psychoanalysis. Accordingly, her novels Just Toss the Ashes and Los gloriosos sesenta y después delve into intriguing aspects of human nature. She currently holds a permanent seminar on Tragedy and is a guest lecturer at APA (Asociación Psicoanalítica Argentina) and EFBA (Escuela Freudiana de Buenos Aires).