Francis G. Bitterly CFP®

Author, student of comparative religions, Christian mystic and contemplative.

Francis G. Bitterly, CFP®, leads a wealth management team based in Red Bank, New Jersey as a Managing Director, Wealth Advisor, Sr. Portfolio Management Director, and Certified Financial Planner®.

Since graduating from Rutgers University in New Jersey in 1985 with a B.S. in Business Management, Fran has spent the past 32 years helping his clients make wise and informed decisions about their money to enable them to achieve what is most important to them.

He has been recognized five times by Barron’s Magazine as one of the nation’s top financial advisors.

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“As the drop relinquishes its mortal sense of self and yields to its intrinsic nature— that of the ocean itself—the very nature of the ocean is revealed. Tremendous relief comes flooding in as we admit to ourselves that the ego, with all of its opinionated positionality based on an inherited sense of separateness, is actually not only the cause of our stress and woe, but also the root of all obsessive thinking and desire.”
-The Yoga Of True Wealth, Francis Bitterly

Yoga of True Wealth

Wisdom from a Heart on Wall St

Presented With sincerity, honesty and heart, this is a touching true story replete with the deepest wisdom and most poignant truths. The fact that these golden threads are interwoven in the tapestry of human life unfolding makes it all the more medicine for the soul.

Sharing Wisdom

Wisdom of Krishna in The Bhagavad Gita

The offering of wisdom is better than any material offering, Arjuna; for the goal of all work is spiritual wisdom. Approach those who have realized the purpose of life and question them with reverence and devotion; they will instruct you in this wisdom. Even if you...

Napoleon speaks about the “Greatest Spiritual Warrior”

The following is an excerpt from the book ,”Jesus Among Other Gods” by Author and Apologist Ravi Zacharias. “In a statement about Jesus Christ, Napoleon while he was exiled on the rock of St. Helena he called Count Montholon to his side and asked him,” “Can you tell...

The Lord is my sheperd – Psalm 23

“The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want He makes me lie down in green pastures He leads me beside quiet waters. He restores my soul Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil for You are with me Your Rod and Your staff , they...

Wisdom of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

1. The Sense of ‘I am’ M.: The sense of being, of 'I am' is the first to emerge. Ask yourself whence it comes, or just watch it quietly. When the mind stays in the 'I am' without moving, you enter a state which cannot be verbalised but can be experienced. All you need...

Wisdom of Sri Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi

"If the mind is restless on account of a sense of the imperfect and unsatisfactory character of what befalls us or what is committed or omitted by us, then it is wise to drop the sense of responsibility and free-will by regarding ourselves as the ordained instruments...

Wisdom of Jesus

Gospel of Thomas (The first 21 Logions) These are the secret sayings that the living Jesus spoke and Didymos Judas Thomas recorded. 1 And he said, "Whoever discovers the interpretation of these sayings will not taste death." 2 Jesus said, "Those who seek should not...

Prayer of Freedom

  God, for me, my family, and all humanity Throughout all time, past, present and future, Please help us forgive all people And help us all forgive ourselves. Please God, thank you, God, Amen. Help us all Love each other And Love ourselves, Be at peace with each...

The Wisdom of Rumi

"Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it". "Silence is an ocean. Speech is a river". "Silence is the language of God, all else is poor translation". "Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing...

God is beyond what the mind can think -Kena Upanishad

What cannot be seen with the eye, but that whereby the eye can see: know that alone to be Brahman the Spirit and not what people here adore. What cannot be heard with the ear but that whereby the ear can hear: know that alone to be Brahman the Spirit and not what...

The Grace of The Guru

It is the intensity of the faith you have in the guru's words that is most important; once that is there, the grace flows automatically. The faith in the guru is based on the consciousness within, faith in one's Self. The love for the beingness I am trying to direct...