Monday, December 23, 2013

A Wealth Secret for the Person Whose Heart Craves Wealth and Abundance Yet May Be Seeking in All the Wrong Places

Wealth secrets abound. Do a Google search and you'll find a large smorgasbord of what various people think makes real wealth and the secrets of achieving wealth.

Millions of people seek to achieve wealth through the latest financial freedom idea. Others advise me to track my wealth, so I always know how much I spend, down to the last penny.

Then there is advice from wealth building institutes. They direct me and give me specific wealth building strategies. They promise wealth only if I commit to playing the game by their rules.

There are many books that teach people wealth secrets. For example, The Secrets of Wealth: The Beginner's Guide to Financial Freedom, gives readers 10 steps to financial freedom.

The most important aspect for seeking and achieving wealth is following guidelines by successful people who have acheived wealth, wether inner or outer.

To achieve material abundance, you must first clear limiting beliefs. I've discovered the simplest, fastest, least painful technique known. It's called Emotional Freedom Techniques, EFT for short, and it's acupuncture without needles.

Once you clear limiting beliefs from your unconscious, beliefs that keep you from success and abundance, you can then move forward to raise your vibration and activate the law of attraction.

To raise your vibration with guidance from a Master EFT practitioner, consider owning an outstanding e-book that combines EFT with many a wealth secret. Check out Dr. Carol Look's Attracting Abundance with EFT.

As well, here's a gratitude quote that puts things in their proper perspective:

"The more gratefully we fix our minds on the Supreme
when good things come to us, the more good things we
will receive, and the more rapidly they will come;
and the reason simply is that the mental attitude of Gratitude
draws the mind into closer touch with the source
from which the blessings come. If it is a new thought
to you that Gratitude brings your whole mind
into closer harmony with the creative energies of the universe,
consider it well, and you will see that it is true.
The good things you already have have come to you
along the line of obedience to certain laws.
Gratitude will lead your mind out along the ways by
which things come; and it will keep you in close harmony
with creative thought and prevent you from falling
into competitive thought."
---The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles

In the USA, the number of people achieving financial wealth the past twenty years is staggering. Yet, can the majority of these people honestly say they're happy?

No longer is making a million dollars a sign of wealth. Once upon a time, when a person fortunate enough to act upon wealth secrets accumulated a million dollars, there was great celebration. Nowadays, the war for wealth is so intense that a million is considered a small amount by many.

Can the people in our beautiful country actually say that we've not engaged in a war of wealth, with major corporations carrying out dishonest activities all in the name of acquiring more wealth for themselves and their stockholders?

Have people who have mastered wealth secrets found they are able to enjoy their money or do they constantly fret they'll lose it?

Does security come from a large bank account or from someplace else?

Is it possible that many secrets for obtaining wealth lack a missing ingredient?

"He who loses wealth loses much; he who loses a friend loses more; but he that loses his courage loses all."
-- Miguel de Cervantes

Hinduism Teaches a Different Secret of Wealth Based on the Law of Abundance

People who follow Hinduism believe that true wealth comes from giving as much as in receiving. That in order to reap the benefits of wealth, the secret is that you must share your wealth with others.

That is why we see so many miserable people who have amassed extraordinary amounts of wealth. They hoard it and don't share their wealth.

They seem to miss out on the freedom and joy that sharing their wealth might give them. Even though they have mastered one wealth secret, what good is it if their life is miserable?

In Hinduism, the true meaning of wealth is health. It seems that as we amass more and more wealth, as a nation we in the USA have become unhealthier.

In fact, if you believe the newspapers, TV, and radio, America is in the midst of a health crisis. More and more Americans are without health insurance, putting excessive strain and undue stress on our everyday lives.

Yet, a paradox exists: more and more people are discovering complementary medicine and experiencing extraordinary health, meaning they've found and live by wealth secrets that make them healthy.

Personally, I like the Hinduism belief about the law of abundance and wealth secrets.

I'm quite happy utilizing ideas from wealth building institutes and acting upon wealth secrets to become a master of wealth. However, not at the cost of my health. 


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