Since I started telling people about my new Money Making Moves (spiritual) programme on how to create wealth from the inside out, I’ve had some fascinating conversations about money.
Some people instantly got it, whilst others instantly came up with reasons, objections and concerns about why it’s not OK (or possible!) to create wealth from the inside; some actually unsubscribed from my newsletter!
Some people seem to get uncomfortable about the idea of getting rich and say things like:
- The world is running out of resources, this is no time to talk about personal riches
- Competition isn’t healthy or harmonious; the days of ‘dog eat dog’ is over
- It’s not spiritual to be wealthy
- It’s selfish to be wealthy
- Money doesn’t buy happiness and It’s not worth the hard work
So let’s take a deeper look at these objections:
The world is running out of resources, this is no time to talk about money
There is indeed overwhelming evidence that suggests that the world as we know it is running out of resources.
Probably like you, I recycle wherever I can but I’m also pretty sure it’s a little too late for that and that it’s going to take more than that to rescue our planet. Now more than ever before do we need to think bigger, think out of our conventional boxes and come up with radical high-tech solutions.: recycling yesterday’s cereal box just isn’t enough!
To develop and implement global high-tech solutions is going to cost money – and lots of it!
- I know people who would love to install solar panels in their homes but cannot afford it.
- Some people would love to buy a hybrid car but can’t afford it
- Imagine you had the money to effectively insulate you house so that you needed less heating and cooling
- Imagine you had the money to convert your current heating and electricity systems in your home and business to be green(er)
- Imagine you could afford to only buy fresh organic produce to honour your body and the earth
The reality is that for some families even the expense of replacing light bulbs with green(er) ones is prohibitive!!
Being wealthy does not have to mean living in a house the size of North London.
But the truth is that more money in your pocket could make a big difference to the way you live and what you can do to help the planet and others on the planet, if you wished.
If there was ever a time when individual wealth would help each one of us to help the earth it is now.
Think what a difference you could make to your household, your neighbourhood, your country and the world if you had riches beyond your wildest dreams.
Competition isn’t healthy or harmonious; the days of ‘dog eat dog’ is over
I couldn’t agree more! The spiritual way forward is to follow the principles of creation, not competition. Although competition can create financial wealth in the short term, it usually leads to fear, greed and spiritual poverty in the long term.
It’s not spiritual to be wealthy
The truth is that there are poor spiritual people and rich spiritual people.
Just like there are poor non-spiritual people and rich non-spiritual people.
Spirituality has nothing to do with wealth!
For me spirituality has to do with connecting with something deeper, bigger and more powerful than ourselves; if this power (The Divine, God, The Universe or however you prefer to think of it) gifted us with talents and the ability to take care of our world, do you not have a responsibility to become all you can be?
How is it spiritual to play small, to struggle or to worry about how you’re going to pay the bills or send you children to university? How is it spiritual to not be able to help others in need?
The principles that I’ll share with you on the free preview call on Tuesday night are all soundly spiritual because that’s the only way to ever get really wealthy from the inside out – beyond money!
It’s selfish to be wealthy
There are selfish poor people and there are selfish wealthy people, because selfishness has nothing to do with wealth!
The truth is that you can help a lot more people when you have more resources than you can when you are struggling yourself, can’t you? More money can build more schools and hospital than less money.
As for it begin selfish making a good living doing what you love – think about this: if you could spend your days doing what you love and still generate enough wealth to live well and to help others, wouldn’t you be happier doing what you loved rather than a job you can’t stand?
Wouldn’t you be more alive, more passionate, and if so, wouldn’t those around you benefit even more? What if you could then teach those around you that are tired and in perpetual despair, to do the same?
Money doesn’t buy happiness and it’s not worth working hard for
There are happy poor people and there are happy rich people, and there are unhappy poor people and unhappy rich people.
Some rich people work hard and some people that are poor despite working hard.
Wealth has nothing to do with happiness or working hard.
The truth is that in the world we live in, money just makes some things easier. If you want to become rich so that you can be happy you’re in for a painful surprise because it does not work that way.
If you think you need to work 80 hours a week to be rich you’re also missing a key point and then you’ll never be able to enjoy your riches anyway!
Different times call for different ways of thinking.
We live in a universe where we have a lot more creative power than we were taught.
Are you are tired of waiting for the world to change? Do you know it’s time for you to change to create wealth from the inside out but you don’t know how?
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