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dimanche 17 mars 2013

The 7 Principles of Mindful Mike Adams

Mike Adams: 
Perhaps 95% of all money is earned in unethical, destructive ways. Consumer product corporations sell toxic personal care products and disposable junk to people who don't need such things; drug companies sell medicines that destroy people's health; weapons manufacturers promote war so they can sell more weapons; oil companies sell fossil fuels that pollute the air and endanger the climate; food manufacturers sell processed, nutrient-depleted foods that promote obesity and disease; and media companies sell anything that makes them money: Sodas, perfumes, pizza, useless gadgets and silly weight loss pills. Clearly, earning money by selling harmful things to people is not a way to accumulate "mindful wealth." You've probably discovered this, too: You are ready to be wealthier, but you don't want to harm others (or the planet) in the process of attracting that wealth, right? I'm the same way. I've always wondered about ethical ways to accumulate wealth... Could a person accumulate considerable wealth while helping make the world a better place at the same time?

Principle #1: Most people limit their wealth by choice. (Either consciously or unconsciously.)

Principle #2: Money is not evil. The way money is EARNED and SPENT is good or evil, depending on the ethics applied to it.

Principle #3: Money shall be accumulated (earned) in service of protecting sustainable life. (It shall also be earned ethically, honestly and without deception.)

Principle #4: Money shall be redistributed (spent) in service of protecting sustainable life.

Principle #5: Wealth shall not be hoarded.

Principle #6: Poverty is not pious. You do not gain bonus karma points for living in poverty.

Principle #7: Natural living advocates have a moral obligation to mindfully attract and redistribute vast amounts of wealth, in alignment with their core beliefs, and with full honesty in their methods.

Apply these principles to your own finances, and you will allow enormous wealth to flow to you and through you.

The 7 Principles of Mindful Wealth

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