Money and Wealth are two of the most prominent socio-economic factors that affect our sense of Self. Most people spend a considerable part of their lives ‘working for money’, or in the ‘pursuit of wealth’.
In this series, we take a look at how money impacts the self, and attempt to improve our understanding of Money & Wealth (Equity) in order to align these factors to our True Self.
Money makes the world go round.
Money forms an essential and important aspect of our day to day life. It is so prominent, that it has a very significant effect on every individual’s sense of self. The impact and its consequences vary from one person to the other, depending on their understanding of the concept of money, their relationship to it, and its abundance in their lives.
Our objective in this series is to develop an understanding of money, in order to align its use & essence in our life to our True Self, rather than allowing Money, or the need for it to compromise our Self.
Self Awareness Questions
- How much money do you need?
- What would you do if you were given that amount?
- What is wrong with this line of thought?
Articles on Money & Wealth
In this article we take a look at the commonly held belief that time is money. We deconstruct this misconception to understand its true meaning and identify how it applies to the Self Aware individual.
In this article we take a look at the primary functional aspects of how money serves us in order to develop an understanding of our drive for Money. This understanding can help us in developing strategies for avoiding credit.
In this article we take a look at the most common perspective on Money as part of an individual’s value system. We look at another perspective of Money, considering it as an Attribute rather than Value, in order to develop a perspective better aligned to the truth, and enable a life aligned to the True Self.
In this article we take a look at the key difference between the pursuit of Earning money & Making Money. We explore the limitations of earning money, and examine the true meaning of making money.
In this article we attempt to develop a true understanding of financial freedom, beyond the hype of flashy cars, real estate & fame. We discover what it truly means to have affluence and look at three categories of affluent behaviour.