Financial Success as a Spiritual Practice

Are you having trouble making more money or managing it wisely? Is financial lack a constant source of stress and pain? Consider this.

What if you stopped approaching finance as a purely practical process and started treating it as a spiritual practice?

What if, along with learning the practical facts, you focused on developing a deep sense of trust in the inexplicable forces of the Universe, along with learning the practical facts?

In my experience, the moment you inject faith into finances, the instant you invite the Divine into your relationship with the ‘almighty dollar,’ your experience with money grows deeper, richer, and more meaningful. Everything changes.

Financial success becomes a transformational journey, a personal healing, a sacred initiation, empowering you to become all you’re meant to be and to do what you’re put on this planet to do.

I’ve even coined a word for this work, metafiscal—that which blends financial know-how with metaphysical principles, a melding of the spiritual and the practical in regard to money.

You don’t have to be religious to be metafiscal. I’m certainly not. But I do agree with Deepak Chopra who said, “We need a more spiritual approach to success and to affluence.”

Is it any accident that “In God We Trust” is emblazoned on our currency? Granted, it may feel sacrilegious to utter the word ‘money’ in the same breath as God. After all, the bible claims money is the root of all evil.

But the fact is, money, itself, is not bad. Nor is it good. Money can’t shoot a gun. Or bandage a wound. Only people can.

It’s not the love of money that’s the problem. It’s the lack of self-love that leads to trouble. Prosperity is a byproduct of self-love, self-worth, self-respect.

I truly believe money is God made visible. When you treat your money with the reverence and respect it deserves, it will shower endless blessings upon you and allow you to serve others for all your days and beyond.

Do you trust in the Inexplicable forces of the Universe where your finances are concerned? Share your thoughts in the comments below.


Comments & Feedback

  • Lisa

    Yes and no,

    This week I was hit with an unexpected residential tax bill 💵. I think it used to be deducted automatically from my salary. It was sent to me this month and the government wants the money by the end of this month without fail! It feels so unfair to this without very little warning, yet they’re doing this to millions of workers, not just me exclusively.

    To my astonishment, I found exactly enough money lying in my trading account to cover my surprise tax bill. I don’t have to dig into my emergency savings or rob Peter to pay Paul. In that moment, I felt like the universe had my back!

    The other part of me is less Pollyanna. When it comes to money, I believe it’s an action followed by a transaction and an amount in mind! I’ve seen so many people talk about things they’re going to do, but it’s all talk unless there’s a transaction.

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