By Shakti Gawain
Personal-growth pioneer Shakti Gawain offers her definition of prosperity: no longer bankrolls and fabric possessions, yet really a fulfilled middle and soul. Interviewing humans approximately their perspectives of prosperity, she has discovered that the majority, despite their wealth, think a major missing of their total feel of wellbeing and fitness. utilizing a clean method, she demanding situations the Western tendency to equate funds with happiness, encouraging readers to envision their longings truthfully, stick with them to their roots, and separate them from fake wishes or addictions. Writing with authority and heat, Gawain indicates readers easy methods to create real prosperity in enjoyable relationships and the type of happiness now not depending on possessions or conditions.
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This way of looking at life is quite different than the viewpoint most of us are familiar with. In modern Western culture, we have a very linear, polarized approach to the dualities of life. Instead of seeing them holistically — as equally valuable aspects of a greater whole — we view them as good or bad, right or wrong. From this perspective, we feel we must choose between opposites rather than honoring both. We are constantly trying to determine which side of any polarity is correct, good, true, or better.
We may be driven by the unconscious desire to avoid our deep feelings of fear and helplessness. This is what motivates many people who have great wealth but are obsessed with obtaining more. They can’t really enjoy their money or power. No amount of money will ever be enough to take away the fear that is unconsciously held on the emotional level. Money made in this way 33 C r e a t i n g Tr u e P r o s p e r i t y will never bring an experience of prosperity. Only by consciously acknowledging our fear and vulnerability can we begin the healing process that leads to a true feeling of abundance.
Especially if we’ve had a damaging experience in our early life with someone who misused power, we may attempt to disown our power. We may identify with vulnerability out of fear that our power might be perceived as a threat or might actually hurt people. Unfortunately, this approach is just as lopsided in an opposite way. Without our power, we cannot accomplish our goals in life, or share our gifts, or properly protect and care for ourselves. A person who is overly identified with vulnerability often becomes a victim of other people or of life’s circumstances.
Creating True Prosperity by Shakti Gawain