The way you've been brought up will affect your opinions, and what you see in the media will also have colored your views.
My father had very fixed beliefs - and they were forced on the rest of the family regularly. It was a case of the rich were very different, and set apart from us.
I used to play tennis with my boyfriend for the local young farmer's club (it was the only way to socialize in a very small town). One of the members had their own tennis court set in the large grounds of their large house, and we were invited to practice on it.
After one training session, this wealthy club member phoned, and asked me to be his tennis partner. I was too shy and flustered to even consider making the best mixed doubles for the team, and refused his offer.
I remember my parents teasing me that I could end up living in the large house, but I didn't like how uncomfortable I felt around this person - solely because he had a lot of money. I'd grown up feeling money made people separate from me, and I wasn't good enough to mix with them.
This was ridiculous because the club member was a nice, friendly person, and didn't do anything to make me feel awkward, but I was horribly conscious of what I lacked in comparison.
A limiting belief like this would always have kept me away from money, because I didn't feel relaxed and comfortable around wealth. This is why it's important to clear all your limiting beliefs with ZPoint, because it's how you feel about yourself that decides what you receive.
Write down a list of the first thoughts that come to mind when you think of rich people. Be honest, and don't stop to think twice. Leave space underneath each thought.
Now go back, and challenge each perception you hold of anyone, based purely on their wealth. For example, if you think they're rude and arrogant - find rude and arrogant people who are poor.
You will be able to find evidence that rich people don't behave differently just because they have money. There are good and bad everywhere - regardless of their income.
Now write another list of all the wealthy people who make a lot of difference to a lot of lives with their money. Examples are Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, Jack Canfield, Richard Branson - in fact, there is a long list of good people who do good things with money.
When you go through the ZPoint Process, after releasing your limiting beliefs, you can create a picture of what it would be like to be as rich as one of the generous people on your list. In this deeply relaxed, meditative state you can feel the sense of enjoyment you receive when you change someone's life with your money, and you can see how worthwhile it is to have wealth in your life. This experience creates your new reality.
This will change any thoughts you have that rich people are greedy or selfish. When you focus on the positive aspects of being rich, you can block any negative thoughts which are stopping you from attracting money.
Money has nothing to do with anyone else - it is only an energy which only comes in response to how you feel about yourself. When you can stop judging and feeling envious, and know having money will feel comfortable - then you will see the flow increase.
"Love looks through a telescope; envy, through a microscope." ~ Josh Billings
"Can people who hunger so desperately for what other people have ever have enough?" ~ Alice Walker