Spirituality, Wealth and the Freedom to Choose
Before you go any further let me boil it down to the bare bones for you:
I know you’ve been told and may have even come to believe that that becoming wealthy is all about luck and connections.
That’s just not the whole truth! As someone famous once said;
Luck is where opportunity and preparation collide.
Yes, becoming wealthy does have a connections component; have you noticed that successful people like to hang out with other successful people? It makes sense that if you were making tons of dough, would you want to hang out with a bunch of people whining about how there’s not enough? No!
The secret to creating lasting success and wealth is all about you finding and recognizing something I will refer to as your “Unique Value Set.”
Your Unique Value Set is the part of you that is worth way more than any X number of dollars an hour.
It’s the part of you that when you discover it will allow you to see opportunities that you would have previously been completely blind to. It’s the part of you that is already super qualified and doesn’t need another degree or certification in order to tap into an abundant flow of cash when you need it.
I know that you may have many false ideas and myths about money, wealth, and your access to it. Clearly, in today’s economic climate, it is of vast importance for you to discover keys and unlock the potential within you that you may never have known were there. Fairly obviously, the focus of this article is about money/wealth/abundance, how it works, and how you can have more of it.
Maybe you already have a very nice flow of wealth and general abundance…that’s great! However, let me ask you as much as anyone else…what would your life be like at the next level? I mean let’s face it, at some point in time, no matter how much money you are earning, there’s a point when you realize that you are living in a comfort zone that may well have become a gilded cage, and you know you want to explore and experience life at the next level.
Complacency is the prison where those who worship the god of “it’s not that bad” live.
I know that many will tell you that money and wealth are not spiritual… I genuinely believe you can be wealthy and spiritual but there again you can be poor and spiritual. It’s simply a matter of which “Wealth Station” you are tuned into, what you are resonating to attract and repel. However, owning your power to choose to have either is not the same as settling for financial struggle because it’s some kind of a ‘good spiritual’ excuse for not getting off your butt and taking action.
By the way, if you think poor people are more spiritual, let me fill you in: I grew up in a ghetto where poverty was rife, and although there were some wonderful, loving, and even the occasional spiritual people around, the people who we might judge as being less than spiritual were definitely more in the majority.
Let me share with you:
It’s a lot harder to be connected to spirit when you’re running from the rent man.
Money is not evil. Money is neutral. Money is not pure good. Money is nothing without ‘us’ using it for whatever outcome we decide upon.
Nevertheless, isn’t it time you had enough of it in order to do what you need to do?
Let me ask you: Just as an example, how would your life be different if you had an extra $750 a month? What would that mean to your lifestyle? What would that mean to your family and the people you love? How would you feel about yourself with an extra $20,000 in your bank account? Now you may be reading this and you’re presently making $200,000 +, and $20,000 doesn’t seem too big to you.
Just stop for a moment and and ask yourself, what would your life be like with an extra 40% added to your annual income?
Oh, one more thing; if you’re feeling guilty or unspiritual for even thinking such thoughts, you might want to check your Bible and read about King Solomon, the richest king who ever lived. According to the Old Testament, God seemed to like him well enough.
Not owning our power to create and be in the abundant flow of funds because of some false spiritual pretense is a great way to abdicate personal responsibility. (But it’s still B.S)
Those who decide to step up and own their power, see personal and even collective responsibility as a spiritual act that allows them the freedom to become more of who they truly are. Any fool can be doubting and skeptical, only the courageous do what it takes in the face of what “they” say they shouldn’t.
Do you have what it takes to step up, own your power, and create the kind of wealth that sets an example of what success and wealth building is all about?
I look forward to reading your comments and feedback
Until next time live with the courage to claim your Unique Value Set and the abundance that goes with it.
With gratitude, Dõv…
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