How to Be Rich and Spiritual?

It does make sense to the one who sees herself as a victim of her own movie.

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W hen we think of problems , money is often the first coming to mind, and it follows indeed the patterns of many other types of problems. Now, the topic of money may seem irrelevant when talking about religion, but hardly will a poor person understand God, because his life is composed of a great deal of suffering and struggling.

It is the rich person who will tell you that it doesn’t matter which religion you follow, if you don’t have the right values. And that’s why it’s easier for those whose life’s stability depends on faith, to properly identify God.

There is no problem in changing your perception of your own religion, when you acquire a higher level of understanding of the moral values that bring you closer to God. God does not have a religion; He or She, or It, or Them, did not create any, and did not show public support to any either.

All of these things are fabrications of mankind. Therefore, you are not rejecting God when rejecting a religion. What you are really rejecting is mankind’s perceptions of God and religion. According to the rules that govern the dynamic energy of life, if we find differences in existential problems, it is only because we believe that we’re able to analyze them from different angles. And we often do, we shift our perspective on reality, only to understand it.

That’s how we elevate ourselves, in our spirituality and also in our ability to achieve financial success. Sadly, however, that is also how so many people get trapped in mental illnesses. The very popular Narcissistic Personality Disorder, for example, is nothing more than a shift of roles between aggressor and victim, that perpetuates the victim-hood in a state of aggression, if that makes any sense.

It does make sense to the one who sees herself as a victim of her own movie. It’s like directing a movie, playing all the actors and still complain about how it ends. A big portion of the differences that we see in the world, in the form of religion, politics and even values, is just the result of a tribalism mindset in which we build a reality to match our own better. And this reality provides us with new challenges, only because we’ve shown ourselves ready to face them when shifting our attitude with such exclusivity.

All the problems that we face are proportional to our attitude towards attracting them. And so, one can say that we never face problems bigger than our true and most complete self.

Key Takeaway

Whenever you overcome this self, new problems emerge to match it. But the same occurs when you try to escape it. So you don’t really avoid problems, but merely change their nature.

— Good problems are, for example, having too much knowledge to analyze, too many people pretending to be your friend, and not knowing where to keep your money safe.

— Bad problems, would be, for example, assuming that your religion is better than others, and you don’t know how to defend yours against theirs, or to assume that the problem you have is in your gender, race, or nationality.

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Tech Strategist. Certified Reiki Energy Healer. Natural Herbalist. Building memorable land of education and healthcare in Metaverse for our next generations.

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GL. Nga Theng

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Tech Strategist. Certified Reiki Energy Healer. Natural Herbalist. Building memorable land of education and healthcare in Metaverse for our next generations.

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