Real wealth is beyond financial balance sheets,
pie charts, asset allocation, and jargon.
There is something even more important to understand and learn in life.
It is finding real peace and joy by living in a surrendered, humble way and following God’s will as taught by all of the great wisdom traditions, including the tenets taught by Jesus, Buddha, Krishna, A Course in Miracles, and others. The message? Let go of the ego in all affairs, surrender to God’s will, and govern all actions from the heart with love.
What I have found—and what you will find in my book—if we listen to the sounds of silence and hear the crucial lessons we can learn when we quiet our mind, we not only enjoy the boundless peace of the pure self that resides within. We also approach our spiritual life and our financial life the same way and become the healthiest, happiest, and most successful we can be.
“Mankind is engaged in an eternal quest for that ‘something else’ he hopes will bring him happiness complete and unending. For those individual souls who have sought and found God, the search is over. He is that something.”
Yoga of True Wealth
Wisdom from a Heart on Wall St
Jesus was giving us a blueprint for transcendence. Nothing else needs to be debated. The potential of experiencing transcendence is open to everyone. The Divinity lives within everyone.
By concentrating on our inner selves and setting attention and awareness on consciousness itself (Meditation), we are meeting our own souls. The great traditions springing from India have a name for this inner awareness of being. It is called the Atman.
Advaita Explained - Who or what is God? Would you be surprised to know that in spite of reference to thousands of ‘gods’ in Hinduism, the highest and final conception of “God” is not a figure with multiple heads and a thousand arms bearing weapons, it is not...
If God is everything than we are to be the BEST VERSION OF OURSELVES while surrendering results to the higher power, that keeps our heart beating while we are in deep sleep at night. I liken it to not holding the bat-to-tight in baseball which restricts the smooth swing.
Life wants to be lived in joy. This blog series is about finding truth which means finding God. With this comes the purest form of joy and love! “That which is being sought is the Seeker itself”.
`` Om Sri Yesu Bhagavate Namaha, is a devotional prayer in the Sanskrit language. Loosely translated into English it means, “Lord Jesus I bow to you.” Om Sri Yesu Bhagavate Namaha Om Sri Yesu Bhagavate Namaha - therefore means - I bow to you Yeshua the Supreme...
The Yoga of True Wealth is No Big Kept Secret – Episode Introduction My guest is Francis Bitterly. Fran leads a wealth management team as a Managing Director, Wealth Advisor, Sr. Portfolio Management Director, and Certified Financial Planner®. He is in based in Red...
What is The Yoga Of True Wealth ? The Yoga of True Wealth is the realization of the paradox that nothing outside ourselves can bring us the Peace that we have been striving for and searching for all of our lives because it resides within us as our own gentle "being"...
“Nirupana 128 Thursday, August 30, 1979 The jnani has consciousness, but it is not of an individual nature. It is universal. You may give a name to what is all-pervading, but actually it has no name. The unmanifest principle became manifest as your...
“Wake up to find out that you are the eyes of the world, the heart has its beaches, its homeland and thoughts of its own. Wake now, discover that you are the song that the mornin’ brings, But the heart has its seasons, its evenin’s and songs of its own.” When I was,...