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.”
—Paramahansa Yogananda

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.

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The Great Anandamayi Ma

Always keep yourself in a state which is favorable to the contemplation of the Divine. Thus will be provided the right sustenance for the mind. If you live with the conviction that God is in the closest contact with you, you will gradually discover that there is...

Crossing the threshold of pain into freedom

  “Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding. Even as the stone of the fruit must break, that its heart may stand in the sun, so must you know pain. And could you keep your heart in wonder at the daily miracles of your life, your...

Asking, “Who am I?” will help you find your True Self.

The question, “who am I“ has been the focus of philosophical discussion and studied all the way back to the Greeks. In 5th Century BC, Socrates even stated that the key to happiness is discovering the “true self”. 

The power of faith in Christ

This is the first step in aligning us with the Love of God. If God is Love and Spiritual practice involves relinquishing the ego experience (fear/judgment/separation) then loving oneself puts us on the right track. The story of Jesus is the personification of perfect...

How to Develop a Spiritual Practice

A regular spiritually oriented practice is a means of making progress along the inner path toward the true wealth that exists within us all. A disciplined daily spiritual practice can help you sleep better, lose weight, improve your career, have closer relationships,...

How to take an Inner Journey to find Love, Grace & our True Self

To really find our true self and live with love and grace we first have to realize what we are not. Nothing that we perceive outside of ourselves—our wealth, material possessions, status, property or anything else, will ever bring us face-to-face with the truth and...

Rising above the Noise with Spiritual Yoga

Spiritual yoga practices that will help you rise above the noise of everyday life and move toward self-mastery. We live in a noisy world. The crescendo of technology challenges us to find the time and space to develop a spiritual practice.These tips will help  you to...

How do we reignite our inner passion for life?

The masters have taught us the way to living with passion and inspiration. We have a choice every day when we awaken as to whether we want to take on the world with fearful consciousness of our own ego’s will, as if we were a little white cap in the big scary ocean or do we die once to fear by surrendering our ego and will to be free and claim our eternal truth and allow the strong omniscient ocean itself to live us.

Using Guilt to Ignite a Spiritual Transformation

“Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding. Even as the stone of the fruit must break, that its heart may stand in the sun, so must you know pain." Kahlil Gibran The month of March is a wonderful time of year to begin a personal...

Wisdom of Krishna in The Bhagavad Gita

The unreal hath no being; there is no non-being of the Real; the truth about both has been seen by the knowers of the Truth (or the seers of the Essence). COMMENTARY: What is changing must always be unreal. What is constant or permanent must always be real. The Atman...