Episode 105: The Five Pillars of Wealth

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“The Five Pillars of Wealth: Financial, Relational, Mental, Physical, and Spiritual. Without these five pillars, you might be rich, but you’ll never be wealthy. Interestingly enough, I’ve found that the more you reach this state of true wealth, the more money rushes to you—and all that money can provide. The universe is at your command and lines up in joyous support of your awakening.” ~ James Arthur Ray from Harmonic Wealth

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The Five Pillars of Wealth

“The Five Pillars of Wealth: Financial, Relational, Mental, Physical, and Spiritual. Without these five pillars, you might be rich, but you’ll never be wealthy. Interestingly enough, I’ve found that the more you reach this state of true wealth, the more money rushes to you—and all that money can provide. The universe is at your command and lines up in joyous support of your awakening.” ~ James Arthur Ray from Harmonic Wealth

The essence of “Harmonic Wealth” is the idea that we need to have “harmony” between the different areas of our lives. Think of a great symphony--you’ve got the musicians playing different instruments and it’s the harmony among them that makes for an outstanding performance. Same thing with our lives!

If we don’t have the Five Pillars (Financial, Relational, Mental, Physical, and Spiritual) harmonized, it’s like we’re at a REALLY bad concert. :)

James continues: “Understand that your pillars are interdependent: When you attend to each of them, all increase in strength. When you take care of your health by working out regularly and eating well, you create multiple benefits. Sexual relationships become enhanced by your greater confidence and stamina. Business booms from your increased energy. You’re more alert and receptive in spiritual pursuits. You’re more alive. Similarly, spiritual growth translates to deepening intimacy in friendships and romantic relationships, fueling your desire to keep up with your physical exercise.”

There ya go. Five Pillars. Take care of one and you see the music come alive in another.

He also makes the important distinction that they WILL NOT all be equally strong all the time. You wanna make sure you’re tending to each all the time, but sometimes you’ll choose to give one or two more of your attention than others. That’s all good. Dance with the music, harmonize ‘em and rock on.