THE SEVEN LEVELS OF WEALTH
After a very brief internal debate, I purchased a course given by Margaret M. Lynch [link here]. The contents is inspired by her work with Rhys Thomas [link here]/ It is a combination of CD’s, DVD’s, a manual, plus 5 Webinars. All have been insightful for both me and my husband on several levels.
The course is based on the Chakra System [link here] and how the Chakras effect, and are effected by, our physical, emotional and spiritual well being and the repercussions on our FINANCES / MONEY.
The links above will more fully explain the contents of the course and its design, but here are some insights that the course has brought to light for me:
How safe we feel in the world has to do with our ability to enjoy what we have. Just gathering material wealth does not make us feel wealthy or safe. What is wealth? How and when do we begin to define wealth? What it is we deserve and what it will look like? I think these are questions most people do not ask themselves.
How we think about wealthy people effects our feelings about being wealthy. If we think wealthy people are heinous, selfish individuals, how will that effect us, even considering, joining their ranks? Carol Tuttle [link here], is another EFT practitioner that covers this line of questioning in her work around money and the Chakras. I really like her approach, as well as Margaret Lynch.
What we think of others, in the critical sense, is more about us then them. OUCH!
What we think others are thinking about us is PRIMARILY a window into what we think about ourselves. BINGO!
The SEVEN LEVELS OF WEALTH, because it is based on the Chakra System, explains how the condition of the first Chakra indicates the way we perceive the world which is very, very eye opening. How the three lower Chakras DEEPLY effect the upper Chakras is something that could make complete sense to those who are newbies to the Chakra System and those who are are more familiar with traditional Yoga Philosophy.
I truly appreciate this course for exposing the everyday blocks that we come upon while living. Helping to make clear the misunderstood beliefs many of us share around money, and how we determine what we ultimately have through our own, often unconscious. beliefs received from our families and society. This course can help us to develope some very needed compassion toward those we received those beliefs from, so we can move forward with a much lighter heart.