The Money Seminar
This year, (I don’t know how it’s going to happen), I intend to get back on the road again presenting power-packed seminars on God’s Allness.
I have enjoyed every seminar I’ve ever presented, but my favorite by a longshot is “The Money Club Seminar.” It’s the entertainment that I love, and it starts long before I actually deliver the seminar. The entertainment is the response I get from callers to see if I’m really going to talk about money.
It’s the trembling, strident tone of the caller’s voice that betrays she is uncomfortable talking about God and money in the same sentence – I’m talking about ducking behind sofas from lightening bolts uncomfortable.
Spiritual Identities Spend Money Too
To spiritually-minded people, money is a vulgar five-letter word that should be spoken in hushed tones if used in the same sentence with the word God. But here is the problem. These same spiritually-minded folk need money to pay bills, buy food, clothe the body, send the kids to college, and be entertained. How do we resolve this dilemma? By understanding money.
The monumental misconception is that money is a material substance. Reader, if you are doing the best you can to live the spiritual Truth that you know, and you believe that money is material, that duality will make a mess of your financial affairs. Money will appear to be hard to get, hard to keep, and hard to let go of. All that’s necessary is that you realize money as material substance is a lie about its spiritual nature.
The Nature Of Money
There is but One Presence and One Substance – Spirit (God). Spirit is the Substance of all Form and the Form of all Substance. Money is included in this All. Money is a spiritual presence. Let’s rephrase that: Money is Spirit being present as that form called money.
Take some time to contemplate the paragraph above. Consider all its implications. It will do wonders for your financial affairs.