Happy International Women’s Day! I am so happy to announce that the second edition of my book The Science of Getting Rich for Women is now available on Amazon. I use this book to guide women through an eight-week study course on achieving financial freedom. The spring session of this course will start in April and while reviewing some new material for it, I came across a powerful passage on money from one of my favourite books by Marianne Williamson, A Return To Love.
The attachment to money is a huge temptation to deviate from love. But the moral imperative is not to block the reception of money into our lives. The challenge is to spiritualize our relationship to it, by seeing that its only purpose is to heal the world. In an enlightened society, rich people will not necessarily have less money. Poor people, however, will have much more. The problem, contrary to the ego’s perception, is not just the distribution of wealth, but the consciousness around it. Money is not scarce. It is not a finite resource. We are not poor because the rich are rich. We are poor because we do not work with love.
Recommended reading: “A Return to Love” by Marianne Williamson