The Spiritual Laws of Abundance

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For over ten years of my life I’ve been analyzing wealth at the light of spiritual principles, and this journey has led me to many countries and to many business owners and billionaires, which I have analyzed regarding such paradigms.

At some point I was able to realize that such spiritual principles were indeed being applied every single time and despite their beliefs.

Nonetheless, I did notice as well that I was missing some links, some pieces on this puzzle, in order to fully understand how wealth can be produced in any given situation and with any business idea.

From this awareness emerged the knowledge presented in this book. It reveals what I’ve learned regarding the laws that guide wealth when combined with several ancient religious laws, and how I’ve applied them to prosper in my own personal life, in order to now enjoy a lifestyle that allows me to travel where and when I want, and this while living in any country I choose to, but also while making more money as I sleep than many people I know with their daily job.[…]

  1. Why People Trust Money
  2. How to Be a Magnet to Money
  3. The Hypothetic Potential for Profit
  4. How Attitude Determines Fate
  5. The Limitations of Wealth
  6. How Money Reinforces Spiritual Principles
  7. How Money Transforms Our Emotions
  8. The Relation Between Politics and Wealth
  9. The Relation Between Determinism and Abundance
  10. How Money Reflects Our Nature
  11. The Illusion of Greed
  12. How Money is Kept with a Wealthy Mindset
  13. The Emotional Worth of Money
  14. The Relation Between Self-Determinism and Wealth
  15. The Wealth of a State, Nation and Planet

Why People Trust Money

 Money is nothing more than a concept that has value built by confidence. In other words, a certain currency has more or less worth according to the worth we attribute to the nation that represents it. And so, we can apply the same principle on a personal level, as our social value is equivalent to the value perceived by others. And that’s why so many people worry about being popular and having many friends. Now, interestingly, having many friends won’t make you rich, despite this subconscious need associated with self-worth. Besides, the value they attribute to your friendship won’t guaranteed you a better income either. It is true, nonetheless, that if people trust you, your opportunities to prosper increase, and you’ll see yourself benefiting more from offers to improve your life. And that’s basically how we tend to act in society, i.e. on instinct. [...]


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