A Spiritual Guide to Financial and Personal Fulfillment
Author: Maria Nemeth, Ph.d.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
"Would it be all right with you if life got easier?" Thousands worldwide have answered yes to that question at Dr. Maria Nemeth's breakthrough workshops, "You and Money," where they have learned how to build a powerful new relationship with money and bring their dreams to fruition. Now in The Energy of Money, Dr. Nemeth synthesizes spiritual and practical techniques to create a unique, authoritative program for achieving personal life goals and financial wealth. Combining a thorough self-help and self-discovery regimen with proven methods of money management from Nemeth's nationally successful seminars--including four steps to establishing a healthier relationship with money--this powerhouse guide to prosperity will help you uncover the hidden landscape of beliefs, patterns, and habits that underlie and sometimes subvert your everyday use of money and personal resources. Through exercises and meditations, worksheets, and other interactive processes, Dr. Nemeth takes you on a journey from which you will discover your sources of personal power and financial fulfillment; work through inner obstacles to your success and happiness; and harness the energy of money to realize your most cherished goals and aspirations. "Money is congealed energy," said Joseph Campbell, and releasing it releases life's possibilities. The Energy of Money is clear, down-to-earth, and inspiring. It will guide you to financial success and help you manifest your special contribution to the world. From the Hardcover edition.
How to Understand and Quantum Leap Your Relationship with Money Using Metaphysical Insights
Author: Lynn Scheurell
Gain Clarity Around Your Relationship with MoneyIn the absence of enough money, most people do not fully enjoy life. Money is no longer 'just' currency? today, it's survival. The good news is when it's about the money, it's never about the money - it's about your relationship with your money. Discover how you relate to money to empower yourself financially. This book compiles several smaller books to cover such topics as: money paradigms, neutralizing saboteurs, wealth patterns, money messages, money lies, the responsibilities of money, the mistakes that keep you from making money in business, defining your prosperity path, the keys to claiming your money magic, the rituals of creating money, how to make friends with your money and more. A broad base of tools, exercises, and rituals - pulled from various disciplines - helps you see your potential blocks around accessing money, shift your beliefs, and gain new freedom in your relationship with money. Many factors go into creating money; this book will best serve those who understand they alone are accountable for their actions and results in life. That said, simply putting your attention on what you want with specificity can be one way to jumpstart a fresh experience. May this book quantum leap your relationship with money. *Disclaimer: I am NOT a financial professional and results are not guaranteed! This book is born of my client work. I share it as a way for you to get insights so you can upshift your relationship with money in a practical way.
A Political-Economic Analysis with Special Emphasis on the American Economic System
Author: Henry L. Bretton
Pubpsher: SUNY Press
Category: Business & Economics
Money is both a vibrant, dynamic material substance and a social force that permeates industrial societies in their entirety. Yet significant aspects of how money works in society are concealed by myths, dogmas, and misperceptions. In The Power of Money Henry Bretton focuses on how money works in a democracy. He contends that the well-being of political democracy depends on a fuller understanding of the centrality of money in politics, and he presents his ideas on monetary policy, corruption and reform, banking and politics, private power within a democracy, money in international relations, and the system-destroying effects of money. Bretton considers the subject of money and democracy in the context of how monetarization of societies proceeded form antiquity to the Industrial Revolution, and he analyzes the formative years of the United States in terms of being based on political ideas that did not take account of monetarization. He reviews what social theorists and economists from Aristotle to Friedman have thought about the role of money in society and how it affects individual behavior and social norms. The link between economics and politics has been only partially explored, he contends, and he sees the major task for social scientists as developing a fuller integration of the two mainstreams of social theory, the political and the economic.
In this eBook, you will learn how to remove old outdated beliefs regarding money and replace them with universal concepts in order to create abundance, prosperity, and enjoyment in your life.This is an interactive journey to help you become more of who you were intended to be.It is time to get money out of your head and put it into your pocket where it belongs.
Achieve financial success without selling your soul. The search for wealth is fraught with fear and unpleasantness, and it often yields unsatisfactory results. Monergy replaces ineffective conditioning with new techniques based on your own energy. Experiment with this process to create the wealth you want along with balance and peace of mind.
Making a case for a denationalized global currency as an alternative to the dollar, euro, and yen as the world vehicular and reserve currencies, God and Money explores the significance and theological-ethical implications of money as a social relation in the light of the dynamic relations of the triune God. Wariboko deftly analyzes the dynamics at work in the global monetary system and argues that the monarchical-currency structure of the dollar, euro, and yen may be moving toward a trinitarian structure of a democratic world currency.
By the winner of the Rachel Carson Environment Book Award Ancient civilizations relied on shackled human muscle. It took the energy of slaves to plant crops, clothe emperors, and build cities. Nineteenth-century slaveholders viewed critics as hostilely as oil companies and governments now regard environmentalists. Yet the abolition movement had an invisible ally: coal and oil. As the world's most versatile workers, fossil fuels replenished slavery's ranks with combustion engines and other labor-saving tools. Since then, cheap oil has transformed politics, economics, science, agriculture, and even our concept of happiness. Many North Americans today live as extravagantly as Caribbean plantation owners. We feel entitled to surplus energy and rationalize inequality, even barbarity, to get it. But endless growth is an illusion. What we need, Andrew Nikiforuk argues in this provocative new book, is a radical emancipation movement that ends our master-and-slave approach to energy. We must learn to use energy on a moral, just, and truly human scale.
A Happy Pocket Full of Money, first self-published in 2001, so impressed Rhonda Byrne, that she asked David Gikandi to become a consultant on The Secret. In A Happy Pocket Full of Money, Gikandi explains that true wealth is not about having buckets of cash, but rather understanding the value within. True wealth flows out of developing “wealth consciousness,” that incorporates gratitude, a belief in abundance, and an ability to experience joy in life. He explores how recent discoveries in theoretical physics are relevant for the creation of personal wealth and shows readers how to create abundance by saving, giving, offering charity, and building happy relationships. A Happy Pocket Full of Money features: How to use an internal mantra to build wealth consciousness.-How to be conscious and deliberate about your thoughts and intentions.How to decide, define, and set goals you can believe in.How to act on your beliefs and overcome challenges.How to incorporate gratitude, giving, and faith to experience abundance and joy in life. This inspirational book will change how you view and create money, wealth, and happiness in your life.
"Money making is not a serious business. It is a game that you play. At first it may seem that it is a game that you play with forces outside yourself--the economies of the market place so to speak--but as you proceed you discover it is actually a game you play with yourself."--Stuart Wilde. Stuart Wilde's money book, his fifth work, deals with the E.S.P. of easy money and the art of being in the right place at the right time, with the right idea and the right attitude. Like his other highly successful books, this work is full of useful information. His breezy and comical style make for effortless reading, as you plot your path to complete financial freedom.
Energy and Society: An Introduction, Second Edition provides readers with a detailed introduction to energy sources and energy utilization. This book presents an overview of alternative energy issues and technologies, discusses the pros and cons of various energy sources, and explores their impacts on society and the environment. What’s New in the Second Edition: This second edition offers simple updates, as well as completely rewritten material, regarding the last decade in areas including global climate change, oil prices, renewable and alternative fuels, and diversion of civil nuclear energy programs into nuclear weapons proliferation. It covers the development of energy technology from the time of early humans through antiquity, medieval times, and the Industrial Revolution. It also addresses the development of nuclear energy, energy supply and demand, geopolitics of energy, and the various environmental issues associated with energy use. Keeps mathematics to a minimum, making the book usable for a variety of academic majors Includes up-to-date coverage of all new energy sources Traces the development and utilization of energy throughout history Energy and Society: An Introduction, Second Edition can benefit undergraduate students taking a survey course in engineering, as well as professionals in the energy supply, energy planning, or environmental industry.