Everyone needs money. This is not a declaration of some secret truth I recently discovered. It is a fact. I’m 100% sure that it is a statement that we all can agree on.
If we intend to remain in the land of the living for any length of time, we will need things and things cost money. Wallace Wattles, the author of the classic book, The Science of Getting Rich, puts it this way.
“WHATEVER may be said in praise of poverty, the fact remains that it is not possible to live a really complete or successful life unless one is rich.”
This is one of my favorite books, because like the author, I don’t see the accumulation of material wealth as a luxury, it is a necessity. I see no justification for choosing poverty as a way of life.
Anything, that resembles poverty or struggle is unacceptable. Poverty is unnecessary. I suppose, it goes without saying that I’m an advocate for material wealth. That is, I believe that the more money we all have, the better it is for all of us.
Wattles writes, “In this book, I shall not speak of riches in a figurative way; to be really rich does not mean to be satisfied or contented with a little. No man ought to be satisfied with a little if he is capable of using and enjoying more.” I agree.
There is another important reason I love “The Science of Getting Rich” so much. It is because it draws a clear connection between Metaphysics and Money in such a simple way. There are those who will say that you can’t be rich and spiritual at the same time. I believe that you can’t have money without spirituality.
As Wallace Wattles Says, “There is a Thinking Substance from which all things are made, and which, in its original state, permeates, penetrates, and fills the interspaces of the universe. The thought of a form, in this Substance, produces the form; the thought of a motion institutes the motion. In relation to man, the thoughts of Original Substance are always of perfect health and perfect functioning.”
This doesn’t mean that I believe that simply thinking of money will directly produce it in your life. I know that financial success is the result of right actions. Thinking is where right action begins. The truth is that your financial success depends on your habits. Your habits are nothing more, than consistent actions. Those action are determined by your thoughts and beliefs. This is where we will begin our Journey.
Truly, “thoughts are things,” and powerful things at that, when mixed with purpose, persistence, and a burning desire for their translation into riches or other material objects.” – Napoleon Hill (Think and Grow Rich)
We live in an interesting time in history. We have watched in amazement as a virus shut the entire world down and forever changed life as we know it. It seems that if it weren’t for bad news there wouldn’t be any.
We are hit daily with reports of death, dis-ease, and despair. I will be the first to admit that keeping your thoughts positive takes some work. I will also be the first to tell you that bringing your thoughts under submission is not optional if you are serious about improving your finances.
Why is it so important to be protective of your thoughts? It is because what you think about determines your beliefs. And your belief determines your actions. These actions become your habits. Your habits are a key factor in your financial success.
It is my intention to give you a step-by-step guide to at once increase your cash flow, save properly, and put your money to work to make more money. If followed this guide will open the door to generational wealth.
Your thoughts will play a key role in determining how much you benefit from this guide. To quote another famous, wealth creator, Henry Ford, “If you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right. Opportunities exist in abundance. It is your thinking that cause you to miss them.
The Poem “Invictus” was written in 1875. It ends with the lines. “I am the Master of my Fate. I am the Captain of my Soul.” This is true. You are the master of your fate and captain of your soul because you have the power to control and direct your thoughts. The power you have makes no distinction between positive and negative thoughts. It will manifest poverty into reality just as quickly as it will manifest wealth.
You see your brain acts a transmitting and receiving station. It is magnetized by the thoughts you focus most of your attention on. People, situations, circumstances, and events that come into your life reflect your thoughts. If you are poverty conscious you will experience poverty. If you are prosperity conscious you will experience prosperity.
Napoleon Hill, the author of “Think and Grow Rich” says, “One of the main weaknesses of mankind is the average person’s familiarity with the word “impossible,” He knows all the rules that will not work. He knows all the things that cannot be done.” That is a profound statement. What Napoleon Hill is saying is that the main reason you struggle is because you don’t believe you can live without struggle. You don’t believe you can have so, you have not. The very idea is heartbreaking to me.
You see, I became a Metaphysician because I wanted to help people step into their power and walk in their magnificence. It wasn’t long before I realized that the people, I wanted to help the most could afford to pay me the least.
This was a real problem for me. I also had a problem with the fact that so many people believe you can’t have money and be spiritual. I love financial literacy and economic empowerment as much as I love metaphysics. I decided to become certified in financial literacy education, counseling, and coaching and the concept of Financial Rehabilitation Therapy was born.
It is my mission to educate you about concepts, system, tools, resources, and strategies that will, first put some money in your pocket so that you are empowered to create generational wealth.
You can then, pass the things you learn down to your future generations so that your family is always protected. It is more than a way to make a living for me. This is what I was ordained to do. It is my calling. And I am awesome at it.
It makes no sense for so many of us to beg, struggle, and scrape by when there are so many opportunities available for us to have more.
Peace, Power, and Prosperity