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During these introductory lessons in our “Crazy-Money” lesson, we’ve seen sometimes amusing examples of how money-troubles are usually heart-troubles, and how money-obsessions are a portals into the condition of the soul.
Today, we finish looking at the variants of crazy that money does to us. Once we finish, we’ll turn to several ancient spiritual paths that help us move beyond the craziness. Continue reading
We begin a new lesson today about how money makes us crazy… or how it reveals the crazy we already are.
If you’ve been following the news, you realize that anxiety is in the air during these economically troubled times. We’re afraid. We’re angry. We’re churning and grinding. We’re a lot of things… Peaceful and Free, not among them.
Money, it turns out, is a very spiritual subject. How we relate to it turns out to be a powerful diagnostic tool, revealing some of our deeper instincts and beliefs… about ourselves, God, the universe, and life.
Have a listen. I hope we can find peace in this economically troubled time. Continue reading