In today’s world, it’s important to have an understanding of what wealth is. So picture this: You lose everything you have. Some of you might be on the verge of it and some of you are a long way away from it. Wherever you are right now, just imagine that you lose everything that you have.
In the event you lose everything you have, would you still be OK? If the answer is NO, then you are not wealthy. If the answer is yes, then you are wealthy.
As you evolve, you realize that wealth has nothing to do with money. Wealth has to do with your contribution, the love that you’ve shared, and the lives that you’ve touched. A person who has dedicated their entire lives to helping other people and loving other people will always have a place to sleep and somebody will always feed them at least one meal a day. This is wealth.
As many of you know, my passion is to bring all tools and resources you need to help you awaken your wealth. I’ve put together a toolbox, I go live regularly on my Facebook, and I’m continually referring to other experts and resources for you to truly awaken every aspect of your wealth. Because real wealth is about more than just money.
It’s so important to understand that money can only be the result of everything else happening in your life. Right now, many of us are going through a season of overwhelm, which is why I think it’s hugely important to share that my dear friend, Christine Arylo, has just come out with her new book: Overwhelmed & Over It.
So get ready to get over your overwhelm because it’s time for us to finally start living from our heart’s space.
While the number of zeros in your bank account certainly aren’t the only determiner of your quality of life, the direct correlation between one’s health and wealth can’t be ignored. While Americans at any income level are statistically less healthy than those with a higher income, wealth includes more than just your paycheck.
It also includes your net worth, assets, and abundance of valuable possessions and experiences in life. Your wealth has a direct affect on your health in such a way that you might be harming yourself if you ignore it. The greater your wealth, the lower your likelihood of disease, premature death, and countless other health concerns.
But what is wealth?
A dear friend, and self love expert, Christine Arylo www.christinearylo.com reminded me of the actual definition of wealth. If you look up the word wealth in the dictionary the original root meaning of the word was happiness. In the 1700’s, the definition changed. Wealth definition became “the accumulation of money”. This was happening at the beginning of the industrial revolution, it was all about consuming and accumulating. Hmmmm…interesting! The second root meaning of wealth is shown on dictionary.com is that wealth is modeled on our health. So our wealth is related to wellness. Which is exactly my point.
It’s time to awaken your wealth so you can reach your greatest happiness and health potential.