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|Posted: Wed Dec 10, 2008 1:24 pm Post subject: The 7 Principles of Mindful Wealth
Well here you go!!...
The 7 Principles of Mindful Wealth
A girl half my age selling organic soap hit me with a sobering truth so insightful, it made me abandon five years of false beliefs and unlock a powerful new philosophy of financial abundance. I'm sharing that breakthrough financial philosophy with you here, but it's only something you'll find valuable if you're ready to let go of false limitations about money and welcome real, lasting change in attracting the money you deserve into your life.
The girl sells soap. Natural soap. It's the best soap I've ever found, and she was selling it at prices so cheap, it might have well been the brand-name chemical soap you buy at the grocery store.
I asked her, "Why are you selling this soap so cheaply? It's worth three times the price..." And in her response, I learned that she didn't really value her soap... or herself. She was selling her soap too cheaply because she didn't feel like she deserved to charge the prices her soap was really worth!
She was limiting her financial abundance by choice. Like many of us, she had unconsciously decided that her contribution to the world (her soap) wasn't worth much, and she had resigned to a life of financial challenges, living from one paycheck to the next, never achieving the real financial independence or wealth she truly deserved.
And yet her soap was among the best natural soaps in the world. Why shouldn't she be at least as wealthy as the executives at Proctor & Gamble who sell junk soap? (This is a good question to ask yourself, too: Don't you deserve more wealth than the corrupt Big Pharma executives who sell drugs that harm children? Of course you do!)
Imagine my shock when she turned the tables on me and asked, "So what about YOU, Health Ranger? I read your website. You've helped a hundreds of companies and millions of readers, but you don't allow yourself to make a dime, either. Why's that?"
Next: Getting past self-imposed limits on wealth...
It was a good question. For nearly five years, I've been operating NaturalNews in a way that practically guaranteed ongoing financial challenges. Because I never took money from the companies I wrote about - and I never earned commissions on the products I recommended - NaturalNews remained in a state of self-imposed financial stress.
You might be experiencing something similar. If you're not reaching the level of wealth you know you deserve, you might be caught in a pattern of unconscious wealth limitations.
In this special report, I intend to free from you from that pattern for good! By the time you're done reading this, you will have banished those limitations and unlocked a new era of wealth attraction in your own life. And it's all 100% aligned with natural health and natural living.
Profound changes often happen quickly
Is it really that easy to make such a pivotal change in your life in just a few minutes? Absolutely! The soap girl made it happen in me...
"How many products have you reviewed and recommended?" she asked.
"Hundreds," I answered.
"And how much money did those companies make selling products you recommended?" she added.
"Millions," I replied. "Maybe tens of millions of dollars."
"And did these products benefit your readers by improving their health?"
"Absolutely!" I answered. "I only recommend the very best health products I can find. They're extraordinary finds."
She leaned forward then, and seemed to take on the persona of a parent, even though I was old enough to be her father. "Then why are YOU the only one who doesn't benefit?" she asked pointedly.
Next: Why your life mission is truly important to the world...
Money and Boundaries
I explained to her that I could not earn anything from the products I recommended because that would compromise my integrity. People needed independent, objective recommendations, I insisted. My content had to be given away in order to be trusted.
She didn't entirely agree on that. "You've been doing this for, what, almost five years now? It sounds to me like you've EARNED your credibility," she said with a smirk. "The only reason NaturalNews isn't earning more money is because you've voluntarily decided not to. I mean, how long could I keep selling natural soap if I just gave it all away?"
She was right. If she didn't have a way to fund her operations, she couldn't continue making and selling her all-natural soap. The same was true with NaturalNews, and it's probably true with you, too: If you could make more money doing the things you love to do, and having a positive influence on the world, you'd spend more time doing those things, wouldn't you? (And maybe you'd spend less time working a J.O.B., right?)
But many people (myself included, previously) feel that we don't have the right to earn money if we're doing something for the greater good. It's almost like we agree to get paid in karma instead of dollars...
Karma doesn't pay the rent
But guess what? Karma doesn't pay the rent. Good karma isn't the recognized currency in modern society: Dollars are!
So the real secret here rests on this question: How do we keep our good karma and still attract the abundant cash we need to pay the rent? And how do we do so ethically, honestly and in a way that serves the greater good while allowing us to experience abundance, too?
I've found the answer to that, and I'm spelling it out right here in this report. (I'll also tell you what happened to the Soap Girl and how she broke through her financial limitations.)
Keep reading to get the details. But first, let me introduce principle #1 of Mindful Wealth attraction:
Principle #1: Most people limit their wealth by choice. (Either consciously or unconsciously.)
I know what you're thinking: "But I didn't decide to be broke! It just happened to me!"
I know, I thought that too. But keep reading, because what I'm about to reveal next will explain how our unconscious beliefs make many decisions for us, leading us into situations that our conscious minds don't want.
Next: How unconscious decisions can override your conscious desires (and how to solve that)...
As you'll come to see when you keep reading, it is the total sum of our conscious decisions and unconscious decisions that have led us where we are right now.
Think about it. Whatever financial situation we are in right now, we made a series of choices that brought us to that place. Some of the choices are conscious; others are not. But they all add up to the exact financial situation we find ourselves in right now.
If we're financially stressed, it's because we made decisions along the way that led us to financial stress. If we're wealthy or affluent, it's because we got to that point through a series of decisions (unless someone just inherits a bunch of money, of course, but even then, their decisions will determine whether they waste it or put it to a good purpose).
The real question, then, is: How do we make better decisions - both consciously and unconsciously - that will lead us to the mindful financial wealth we truly deserve?
The answer to that question, I soon discovered, was waiting for me in a bamboo forest in Ecuador.
The Root of Good and the Journey to Ecuador
With Principle #1 firmly in mind, I headed to South America and soon found myself in Vilcabamba, Ecuador, the Valley of Longevity. There, I decided to live on a ranch for a month, sleeping in a small house beside a lush bamboo forest (which has now been made somewhat well-known by my "Life in Ecuador" photo tour at NaturalNews.com).
Spending time in nature always seems to bring greater clarity on difficult issues. It also helps you discard belief system baggage that doesn't serve you well.
Have you also found this to be true? Every time you spend a few hours or days in nature, away from the distractions of city life, don't you find yourself feeling more grounded and lucid?
Is money bad?
I entered the bamboo forest with the belief that money was evil. But was it really? Certainly, a lot of evil things had been done in the name of money; both in getting it and spending it. But I recalled the Biblical quote about money, and it didn't really say money was the root of all evil: It said the LOVE of money was the root of all evil.
That made sense to me, because money itself was merely a tool, just like a hammer. A hammer could be used to build a house or demolish one. And money was similar: It could be used to build a better world, or to enslave a world.
Money could promote things that are good for the People (like superfoods), or things that destroy their health (like pharmaceuticals). The choice is up to the person who HAS the money.
Money Isn't Evil
All my life, I had been operating on the belief that money was bad and the more money a person had, the more evil they were likely to be. Most corporations and individuals, of course, reinforce that belief. They use money for selfish purposes, and they gain money using unethical tactics that cause great harm to consumers and nature.
As I sat there in the midst of sacred bamboo plants, I wondered: could a wealthy person have integrity, too? Could they attract financial abundance AND be a positive, creative force in the world?
I decided to accept that as a possibility (and you may want to do the same, at least while you read this) and explore it further. But to do that, I first had to discard the excess baggage I had brought into the bamboo forest, and let go of the limiting belief that money in and of itself was somehow evil.
So I tossed that baggage out of my life and came to recognize Principle #2:
Principle #2: Money is not evil. The way money is EARNED and SPENT is good or evil, depending on the ethics applied to it.
Accumulating Mindful Wealth
If this is true, then there must an authentic, high-integrity way of accumulating wealth, right? I wonder what that looks like...
Next: Transforming money into a vehicle for positive change...
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To answer this question, I began by considering the way most money is earned in the world. Perhaps 95% of all money is earned in unethical, destructive ways. Consumer product corporations sell toxic personal care products and disposable junk to people who don't need such things; drug companies sell medicines that destroy people's health; weapons manufacturers promote war so they can sell more weapons; oil companies sell fossil fuels that pollute the air and endanger the climate; food manufacturers sell processed, nutrient-depleted foods that promote obesity and disease; and media companies sell anything that makes them money: Sodas, perfumes, pizza, useless gadgets and silly weight loss pills.
Clearly, earning money by selling harmful things to people is not a way to accumulate "mindful wealth." You've probably discovered this, too: You are ready to be wealthier, but you don't want to harm others (or the planet) in the process of attracting that wealth, right?
I'm the same way. I've always wondered about ethical ways to accumulate wealth... Could a person accumulate considerable wealth while helping make the world a better place at the same time?
Flashback to Macchu Picchu
That question transported me back in time to 2003, before I became the editor of NaturalNews. I was standing on a mountain top in Peru, having just hiked 65km over four days, and I was looking down on the ancient city of Macchu Picchu. Llamas and alpacas were milling about, basking in the high-altitude sun of the cool Andes mountains. Ancient sacrificial platforms littered the grounds. A giant stone sundial... a temple of stone... a wall of 20-ton boulders dragged through jungles fifty miles away. It was a truly an awe-inspiring sight.
You can't get to Macchu Picchu without hiking it. Sure, you can take a bus to the top, but when you arrive, you're not in Macchu Picchu, because Macchu Picchu is more of a metaphor for that sacred destination waiting to be discovered as you journey through the pathways of your life. And if you complete the journey with the right intention - as I did over a period of several days - the journey becomes a teacher that leads you to gems of undiscovered, inner wisdom. Macchu Picchu, you see, was a city discovered in the deep jungles of Peru. It symbolizes the hidden knowledge in yourself that's also waiting to be uncovered and explored...
There, I came to understand the mission of my life. Perhaps you have a mission statement in your life, too. For me it appeared in a flash: My purpose was to protect life. (What's YOUR mission, by the way? Keep that in mind as you continue reading...)
It's incredibly simple. Just three words: To protect life. That's the mission statement that came to me, and it has guided my work on NaturalNews ever since. Everything I've written in the last five years, you'll notice, is really designed to accomplish one thing: To protect life.
What kind of life? Human life, animal life, plant life and planetary life. Sustainable life. It doesn't mean to protect every insect, fish or single-celled microorganism on Earth; it simply means to work in the service of sustainable, diverse life on our planet.
What's your mission? Is it to protect the planet, to educate future generations, to end suffering or to help humankind evolve to a higher state of living in harmony with the universe? If your mission is something along those lines, then we have much the same mission.
It also means you're perfectly aligned with Principle #3:
Principle #3: Money shall be accumulated (earned) in service of protecting sustainable life. (It shall also be earned ethically, honestly and without deception.)
It's a very simple principle. It means attracting all the money in the world is a positive thing when it's done in the service of protecting sustainable life. (That means life that can continue in harmony with the natural environment.)
Simple, huh? Once you understand that principle, you now have permission to earn unlimited wealth, guilt-free!
Next: How your wealth creates a better world...
If money is earned in a way that supports, protects or enhances sustainable, diverse life on our planet, then it's "mindful wealth" or "good wealth." If, on the other hand, money is earned in a way that threatens or destroys life on Earth, then it becomes "evil wealth."
Thus, anyone who earns money in an ethical, mindful way that supports and protects life is creating wealth the right way!
And the more money they make, the greater the positive impact on the planet.
Can you think of some examples of ways to earn money that protect life? There are many: Offering natural healing services (like massage therapy), manufacturing and selling quality nutritional supplements, selling organic, mindfully-produced food, authoring books, documentaries or other materials that inform and inspire, working for a non-profit group that protects rainforests, educating children as a schoolteacher, or manufacturing and selling solar panels. The possibilities are endless.
Part of my new mission is to help bring new wealth-attracting opportunities to NaturalNews readers. That's why, at the end of this special report, you'll be able to sign up for my "Mindful Wealth" email list. It's a small list of people who want to be kept informed of opportunities I find for attracting wealth while doing good in the world.
In the months ahead, I'll be sharing my findings with the list, covering topics like wealth attraction strategies, wealth preservations (keeping the money you already have), surviving tough economic times, and so on.
Keep on reading to the end of this special report (a few more pages) to see the sign-up form for that list. There's no charge to sign up.
The Redistribution of Wealth
My trip to Macchu Picchu, of course, only provided part of the answers to mindful wealth. It was only years later -- sitting in the bamboo forest in the Valley of Longevity -- that I fully realized accumulating wealth is only half the picture.
What you DO with the wealth you've accumulated, it turns out, is just as important as how you earned it.
Next: How to unlock even more abundance by redistributing your wealth...
Wealth is a representation of resources and effort. You can trade money for effort by hiring someone to work for you. You can also trade money for resources by purchasing those resources. Thus, money is a type of stored creative potential that can be expended to create something useful (or to destroy, depending on its use).
If you earn a million dollars mindfully, ethically and in the service of life, but then you sit on it and keep it all for yourself, is that really being mindful? I don't think so: Mindful wealth must be redistributed in order to complete the cycle. In other words, wealth that comes from others must be recirculated back to others, and it must be redistributed in a mindful way.
So what is mindful redistribution of wealth? Does it mean running around town, handing out $5 bills? Not exactly. That's mindLESS redistribution of wealth (it's what government is really good at...). MindFUL redistribution is more along the lines of spending money in service of protecting life!
Principle #4: Money shall be redistributed (spent) in service of protecting sustainable life.
So how do you spend money in service of protecting sustainable life? It's an important question, and the more wealth you have, the more important it is to find the right answers here.
Essentially, you must be mindful that you vote with your dollars. Everything you buy is something you encourage. If you buy meat harvested from a cow, for example, you encourage the harvesting of more cows. If you buy gasoline, you are voting for more drilling of oil. If you buy non-organic junk food, you're asking the food corporations to manufacture more non-organic junk food! What you buy (and consume) determines what your money supports.
On the other hand, if you buy organic, non-processed foods, then you are using your money to vote in favor of organic farming. If you stop buying cow meat, then you reduce demand for cow meat, and you deny revenues to the cow factory farms that produce the meat.
If you hire natural-oriented health practitioners to support your health (chiropractors, massage therapists, acupuncturists, homeopaths, etc.) then you are voting for their professions. Every dollar you spend is a vote for the thing you spend it on!
Mindful redistribution of wealth means spending money in the service of life. So every dollar you spend goes to support something (or someone) that's having a positive, creative impact on the planet. In this way, the more money you mindfully spend, the greater the positive impact on the planet!
Did you read that last sentence carefully? The more money you mindfully spend, the greater your positive impact on the planet!
I'll bet you never thought about spending money as bringing you good karma. But it does when you spend it mindfully.
When you combine this powerful principle with "mindful accumulation" of wealth, you create a full circle of abundance and positivity that protects and enhances sustainable life on our planet; for people, plants, oceans, animals and much more.
And - get this - the more you earn, the greater the positive impact on the world! Thus, when you follow these simple principles of mindful wealth, the planet becomes richer as YOU become richer!
Next: How it works - Interdependent wealth secrets revealed...
Of course, it's very important to remember both sides of this equation: The EARNING side and the SPENDING side. Too many people limit their mindfulness to just one half of this equation.
Let's take a look at what happens with the four possible combinations of mindful vs. mindless earning and spending:
As you can see from this chart, true harmony with "mindful wealth" is only acheived if you both EARN and SPEND your money in a mindful way that protects and supports sustainable life. Covering just one side of this equation doesn't cut it.
A lot of wealthy people got that way by ripping off people, harming consumers, price-gouging the public, etc. This is what Big Pharma does to earn its money. Then it turns around and tried to donate a tiny portion of its dirty profits to good causes, hoping it will earn the goodwill of customers in the process. This is an example of Mindless Earning combined with Mindful Spending. It just doesn't fly. You can't compensate for harming millions of people by offering limited help to a few thousand.
There's also the opposite: Mindful Earning combined with Mindless Spending. Bill Gates comes immediately to mind. One of the wealthiest persons in the world thanks to his software inventions (which have enabled more productivity and creativity in the world), he has donated a huge portion of his wealth to fund vaccines that primarily benefit the drug companies, not children.
Rather than vaccinating children around the world with toxic chemicals, what if we gave them nutritional supplements instead? We could use nutition, not chemicals, to boost global health and raise a healthier generation. But Bill Gates has chosen to use his enormous wealth to enrich drug companies rather than nourishing children. As a result, his mindLESS spending is destructive to the future of life on Earth.
(People can argue the vaccination issue endlessly, but let me say it this way: You cannot vaccinate your way to a healthy population. Real health must be based on food, nutrition, sunlight and exercise, and it has to exclude as many toxic chemicals as possible, including the chemicals used in vaccines!)
If YOU had the wealth of Bill Gates, how would you distribute it differently? In that answer, you'll find your true nature. If you immediately think of funding positive initiatives designed to protect health and life on Earth, then you are a mindful spender, and the world would actually be improved by YOU having more money to spend / redistribute.
You're the kind of person I want to attract to my free "Mindful Wealth" email list. Sign up at the end of this report, if you're interested, or just click here to go directly to it: http://www.naturalnews.com/MindfulWealt...
Before you do, however, ask yourself this question: If you had all the money of Bill Gates, how much would you spend, exactly?
Next: Why you can't get rich by hoarding wealth...
No Hoarding Wealth
Once you've earned mindful wealth (and I'll reveal four strategies for doing that later in this report), what will you really do with it? We've already talked about mindful spending (redistribution) of your wealth, and how that's important for creating a better world with sustainable life. But what if you earn lots of money and just sit on it, without spending it?
Economists call that "saving money," and they consider it a good thing. What became apparent to me in the bamboo forest experience, however, is that sitting on all your wealth is irresponsible. Wealth must not be hoarded; it must be allowed to flow to a good use, where it helps create a better world.
Let me clarify all this: Yes, it's sensible to have some personal savings. I'm not against that. Maybe you want to have $10,000 in the bank, or $50,000 or even a million dollars. It's fine to have a financial safety set for you and your family. But at the same time you're accumulating wealth for that safety net, it's important to redistribute a portion of your earnings to constructive people or organizations who are aligned with your desire to protect life on Earth.
Holding on to all your money while letting go of virtually none of it is considered hoarding. And wealth that's hoarded is NOT going to a good use, is it?
Don't let the banks decide how to spend your money
Some financial experts reading this might say that savings are already put to another use because banks use your deposits to fund loans to other people, and those loans help start businesses, build new buildings, etc.
Yes, I understand that, but are those loan recipients engaged in the service of protecting life on Earth?
I doubt it. That money might be used to invest in a tobacco company, or to build a local pharmacy that doles out dangerous prescription drugs to people. If you don't spend the money yourself, then you have no control over how it's leveraged to provide funding to other people or organizations. That's why I say don't let banks determine how to spend your money!
And remember: Banks don't care if loans go to support evil businesses or not. As long as the evil business makes money and repays the loan, the bank is happy. Leaving your wealth in the hands of ethically-illiterate bankers is a dangerous game that will only cause your money to be used for evil purposes. Financially-motivated bankers, after all, aren't interested in protecting life on Earth; they're interested in protecting their bottom line profits.
Thus, the only reliable way to ensure that a portion of your wealth is put to an ethical, positive use is to spend it or give it away yourself! YOU must be the decision maker on where the money goes.
Next: How much money should you redistribute? See the answers...
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|Redistributing Your Wealth
Getting back to the question, how much of your wealth should you redistribute, exactly? The members of many religious groups pledge 10% of their earnings back to their church.
That's a good guideline, I believe, especially when it's done consistently. Some people may choose to earmark 15% to causes they choose, and still other people may decide to donate as much as 25% of what they earn. You can decide what level is right for you.
But remember this: It isn't just donations I'm talking about here: The way you spend money (or redistribute wealth) on everyday goods is just as powerful as donating money for specific causes.
For example, what you buy to eat every day needs to be mindful, too. The clothes you buy need to be mindful, as does the house you live in (a "green" house that minimizes energy waste is especially good!)
Notably, spending money to buy organic food for your children definitely counts as redistributing wealth in a mindful way. Buying junk food for your children, however, is mindLESS (and destructive).
Of course, you can decide for yourself how much of your wealth to redistribute, but in my opinion, if you're not regularly earmarking at least 10% of your earnings for things that help support life on Earth, then you're probably hoarding your wealth.
Principle #5: Wealth shall not be hoarded. Earmark at least 10% for regular redistribution to positive-minded recipients and causes.
Next: Do you earn good karma for being poor? Absolutely not...
Poverty is Not Pious
My bamboo forest experience gifted me with several realizations about wealth, abundance and the role of the individual in creating a healthier, more positive world. But I soon grew restless from sitting in the bamboo and decided to plant more fruit trees.
I had been working diligently for several weeks to plant exotic fruit trees in Vilcabamba, Ecuador, and so far, I had completed the planting of over one hundred trees! They included cacao (chocolate), coconuts, zapotes, papayas, cashews, noni, cherimoya, and many others.
I was building the most abundant, diverse exotic fruit tree farm in Southern Ecuador, and in doing so, I realized I was redistributing wealth, using money I had earned in the past to create abundant wealth in the future (buying and planting fruit-producing trees is an excellent investment in life on Earth, wouldn't you say? In a couple of years, I'll be inviting NaturalNews readers to come visit and eat those fruits in their fresh, raw, living state!).
That's when I realized if I had been completely broke, I never would have been able to afford the seeds to plant these trees; nor the tools to work the soil. Being broke, I realized, was not noble or pious in any way.
Silly beliefs about having little money
That realization came as a bit of a shock to me, because I had always associated wealth with excess, and when you believe that way, you come to the absurd conclusion that he who owns nothing is the most pious of all. (This belief is also sometimes promoted in some spiritual circles.)
Have you been suckered into that belief, too? Certainly, the worship of material goods is destructive, but living in poverty doesn't earn you any bonus points, either.
Poverty is not pious. There's nothing sacred, honorable or even particularly spiritual about being broke. In fact, as I'll explain here in more detail, creating and redistributing mindful wealth is a far higher spiritual calling than being broke and lacking the financial resources necessary to accomplish important things (like planting a hundred tropical fruit trees).
Don't make the mistake I made. Don't believe that being broke somehow achieves a higher spiritual status than being wealthy. When wealth is attracted and redistributed mindfully, it's very much in alignment with high vibration, highly-spiritual living.
In fact, earning and spending money mindfully is, at its very heart, a compassionate, loving act. It is a genuine expression of mindful, high-vibration living.
Of course, hoarding money -- or earning it unethically -- isn't spiritual at all. Achieving a higher level of spiritual awakening in the presence of vast amounts of wealth requires genuine dedication to being a conduit for the accumulation and redistribution of wealth.
Not everyone is cut out for the job. Immature individuals spend their wealth on meaningless toys for personal entertainment and distraction (Jay Leno comes to mind). But truly pious individuals spend their money in ways that support and protect sustainable life on our planet.
Remember: Do not make the mistake of thinking that poverty is pious. You cannot accumulate good karma simply by living in poverty. If you could, then all the poor people living in trailer parks would be spiritual leaders, would they not? And yet that's not the case. Poverty isn't pious, folks. It's just poverty.
Principle #6: Poverty is not pious. You do not accumulate good karma by living in poverty.
Next: How to attract wealth by connecting with people...
Why You Deserve Wealth
All this leads me to the final principle of mindful financial abundance. This one will really surprise you, so read this section carefully.
There is a vast amount of wealth in the world, correct? And most of that wealth is either being hoarded or used for destructive purposes that endanger life on Earth. This is happening beacuse the people in control of that wealth do not have the maturity, mindset and spiritual awakening that YOU have.
How, then, can you attract more wealth while improving the world?
The answer is surprisingly simple: Shift control of wealth from THEM to YOU!
In other words, if money represents resources and power, then the more money that goes into the hands of responsible, life-protecting people like you, the less money is controlled by irresponsible, life-endangering people like the CEOs of drug companies.
Thus, not only is it better for the world for you to accumulate and redistribute as much wealth as possible, I believe that you have a moral obligation to attract (and oversee the redistribution of) enormous wealth.
In other words, you deserve to be rich. The more wealth you attract and direct, the better the positive impact on the world.
I'd rather see NaturalNews taking home multi-million-dollar salaries than Big Pharma CEOs, wouldn't you? All that money would go to a far more meaningful purpose.
De-monetizing the selfish
Why should greedy, selfish people have all the money in our economy? Those selfish, short-term thinkers have little respect for life on our planet.
They've made a mess of things. They've poisened the land, water and air, they've turned forests into landfill, they've intoxicated the population with harmful chemicals and hoarded wealth for themselves. If we hope to have a better future for our planet (and all the living beings on it), we have to shift wealth to those who are more mindful.
And that includes you. And me, and all kinds of people who read NaturalNews.com. We are the kind of people who are good stewards of great wealth. We are the ones who have the integrity, the vision and the compassion necessary to redirect vast amounts of wealth into new directions that can literally create a better world.
I believe it is our moral obligation to attract, receive and redistribute enormous amounts of money, using authentic, high-integrity wealth creation opportunities that support our vision for a better world.
Does that surprise you? The realization sure shocked me. I had always been taught that money was evil and people who had a lot of money were, by definition, bad people. But I now realize that was a silly misconception; a delusion based on false information.
Sure, money in the hands of destructive people is very dangerous, but money in the hands of responsible, high-integrity people is a blessing -- for everyone!
Next: Creating new wealth by transcending old beliefs...
Positive Financial Influence
These realizations and experiences have dramatically upgraded my beliefs about money and wealth. I've not only come to realize that high-vibration people limiting their earnings is a great disservice to the world, but also that we have a moral obligation to find ways to bring more financial abundance to ourselves and the world around us.
I believe MORE wealth should go into the hands of those best suited to overseeing its accumulation and distribution, and there is no better group in the world than NaturalNews readers.
NN readers are the most well-informed and innovative guardians of wealth in the world. I strongly believe that if Bill Gates' billions were evenly distributed among NaturalNews readers, the resulting cascade of mindful wealth redistribution would create a massive groundswell of positive action in our world.
Bill Gates, of course, isn't going to do that, so it's up to us to create our own wealth.
Principle #7: Natural living advocates have a moral obligation to mindfully attract and redistribute vast amounts of wealth, in alignment with their core beliefs (and with full honesty, without deception).
With that mission firmly in mind, I am now for the first time actively researching mindful wealth accumulation opportunities (and wealth protection strategies) for NaturalNews readers.
If you'd like to be kept informed of what I find, sign up to the "Mindful Wealth" email list using the form at the end of this special report.
I believe that the high-vibration people of our time are now tasked with the project of serving as financial collectors and directors; mindfully accumulating -- and then carefully redirecting -- enormous financial resources.
Next: The final step in attracting the wealth you truly deserve...
Isn't it refreshing to realize that your own financial wealth is important to the world? As you follow the 7 Principles of Mindful Wealth outlined in this report, you will discover yourself becoming a magnet for money, and a guardian of the valuable resouces that money represents.
It's important to understand that simply being able to embrace these 7 principles is, all by itself, the key step to allowing unlimited wealth into your own life. It is crucial that you discard any old, limiting beliefs about wealth and, in their place, realize that your positive nature and creative intentions are the real qualifications that now put you in a position to begin receiving the financial abundance you truly deserve.
Or, stated another way, now that you've come to recognize you deserve unlimited wealth and that you are a responsible steward of that wealth. Simply embracing this understanding will shift your intention towards attracting more wealth.
That's what happened to the organic soap girl. A while later, I heard from her that she was now selling her soaps and personal care products at prices more appropriate to the level of quality and love she put into her products. She was later able to quit her day job and now sells a complete line of homemade soaps in salons throughout New Zealand.
Let's get practical about money
That's a powerful example of the kind of positive change that's possible when you discard old, limiting beliefs about money and embrace your new responsibility (and destiny) to attract and redistribute real wealth.
But I don't want you to think this is simply about changing your mind and waiting for wealth to magically appear (although that often happens, almost as if by magic). I intend to give you concrete, practical wealth attraction strategies in my "Mindful Wealth" email newsletter. With your beliefs recalibrated towards accepting and attracting wealth, you are now truly ready to take advantage of new wealth-generating opportunities that appear in your life. As long as they are aligned with the 7 Principles of Mindful Wealth (as described above), I say, "Go for it!"
You might find, for example, that within one week after reading this, a new opportunity appears from an unexpected source. I encourage you to carefully consider it. Don't jump into something that's not aligned with the 7 Principles, but if you see something come along that's truly aligned, pursue it with all due diligence.
Click forward to the end of this report to subscribe to my Mindful Wealth email list, where I'll keep you posted about new wealth attraction opportunities you may want to consider.
Next: How to evaluate wealth attraction opportunities... (and find what will work for you with the least amount of effort and time...)
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