It must be said, following on from my previous blog – “Money is the Root of all Evil” – both statements are equally valid or true depending on your perspective. Somehow though this one just doesn’t seem to ring true. To me that is. But then, my experience has shown this has not necessarily been the case for other people. Church ministers for example. Not that I have had any direct experience of these. Just anecdotal evidence provided by the viewing of American television!!!

It has taken me nearly 2 years to finish writing this part. Mainly because I have to concede that I probably don’t agree with the premise: “Money is the divine path to God”. Yet this has been and remains to be probably my biggest obstacle in defining or being clear about my own monetary beliefs.!!!

If money is simply a tool, a device or a means of exchange and it has no real or intrinsic value in itself. Then why should it matter if accumulating masses of wealth enables some people to experience their divine connection to God?

I believe the truth is it doesn’t matter! It can be. It doesn’t have to be but if it is simply a tool; a means to establish an end, like a spoon to pick up food to eat, then why would you need to worry about not having enough tools? Would a tool in itself prevent you from eating? Would having more or sophisticated tools enable you to eat more quickly and satisfactorily?

Perhaps…It could certainly ease and smooth the way in getting there!!! It could definitely do this but then it could also do the opposite. We have all probably heard the stories of people who won millions on the lottery only to see it all disappear or to fall out bitterly with family members and, in at least one case, I read of lately, die alone, inexplicably, unnoticed for days. In other words there can be no guarantees on which way things could turn out.

It all depends on what path we’ve chosen or “value fulfilment” we’ve agreed upon to re-initialize the experience of our connection to God or “All That Is”.

Now this, I believe, is probably the best summary I’ve found for placing money in the context of “Spirituality” or Spiritual Abundance”. Its from one of my favourite sources – Bashar – and it quite clearly elucidates the false dichotomy most people make between Financial Wealth and Spiritual Wealth or Godly Wealth – however you wish to term them. Are they really so contradictory?



Now check out the “Money Magnet Song” for attracting more of this good stuff…!!!

 

3 thoughts on “Money is the divine path to God

  1. “…Money & Life…”

    A film about the changing aspect of money in relation to how we view our lives. It sets out what money is; how our notion of what it is has changed; and how we can now learn to use this present economic debt and financial criss to re-shape our relationship to money and our lives, positively, for the better.

    We are offering Money & Life to the world in spirit of the Gift. With the Creative Commons license we are effectively decriminalizing and inviting sharing of the film. By streaming the film online at no cost we are removing the financial barrier to access. Because the most important thing is that the film enter the flow of peer-to-peer sharing and discourse.

  2. “…Economics Reflects Emotional and Mental State; Fear and Euphoria Create Lack and Abundance…”

    “…Emotional energies are even more powerful creationary energies than the mental energies of the human mind as the latter are weakened substantially by the numerous fear-based patterns and beliefs that shape the behavior of the incarnated personality decisively and taint the thinking, which is essentially limited to survival strategies in a hostile world of scarcity…”

    “…Bringing Forth Abundance

    A big shake-up is not necessary to cause change. Nor is a re-distribution. People just tend to suffer in those things. There’s always “collateral damage”. Instead, through expansion of your spiritual awareness and social consciousness, you will be able to shift the system in a balanced way. As fear subsides, and as people are more socially conscious of how they affect others, the need to hoard falls away and the consciousness of abundance is born. It all flows from there…”

    Fear and Euphoria Create Lack and Abundance.

  3. God created all Men equal, Man created money and made himself God!

    Wonderful post which beautifully illustrates our programmed relationship to Life, God and Money!

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    “…Mental slavery is controlled via your pocket and the concept of time. We always want more money and more time. Society is maintained by these concepts, as most people believe in God, but they worship money…”

    “…If the world was designed with the power of God, the illusion was designed with the power of money. People trust money before they trust God, from when a child is asked what they want to do for a living; money is introduced into their minds as a measure of success.

    We treat people based on the how much money they have. We have been programmed to think of wealth before health. The illusion demands that we use money as our view of ourselves.

    Money is the creator. Everything requires it to be started, is then maintained with it and is the ultimate aim of it. When people talk of revolutions needing money to get started, I ask who`s money, their money, good luck with that.

    Mental slavery is controlled via your pocket and the concept of time. We always want more money and more time. Society is maintained by these concepts, as most people believe in God, but they worship money.

    Self development is not relevant, even your spiritual success is measured on your wealth from it. Nobody believes the poor humble person. Nowadays, God blesses those who he loves with money, as those without it keep praying for it to save them.

    God is money, not love or peace. The Authors of this reality understand that true power is what you can get people to do against their own better judgement.

    The Authors of this reality cannot believe their luck as people are praying to them asking for love as well as money. People have forgotten who they are and what they are.

    The picture reflects the reality. Man has created God in his Image, in the name of money, Amen…”

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