Table of Contents:
2. Self-Imposed Limits
3. Money and Boundaries
4. Unconscious Limitations
5. Money Isn't Evil
6. Money Transformations
7. Universal Wealth
8. Wealth Redistribution
9. Interdependent Wealth
10. No Hoarding Wealth
11. Redistributing Your Wealth
12. Poverty is Not Pious
13. Why You Deserve Wealth
14. Positive Financial Influence
15. Abundance Unleashed
16. Evaluating Opportunites
17. Four Opportunities
18. Insider Knowledge
19. The 7 Principles
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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.
Poverty is Not Pious
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 moneyThat 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.
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