This episode originally aired November 18, 2013
This Week's Episode: True Financial PowerAs the ‘triple bottom-line’ philosophy of People, Planet & Profits makes its way into corporate cultures around the globe, it asks of the decisions making money investors to lead with clear intention towards the possibility of an equitable economy. This only becomes feasible when leadership utilizes certain practical and spiritual money mastery principles to afford the greater unfoldment of an idea whose time has come. Ask yourself this question: Can I suspend my buy in to illusory status quo beliefs which state: “There isn’t enough to go around and If others get more, then I’ll have less?” Might learning how to escape the Money Traps of Scarcity, Superstition and Survival Mode give you the permanent shift you are looking for in your experience with money and play into the wellbeing of a new sacred economy? Join us for a thorough discussion around true financial power and its widespread impact. Listen to episode below.
This Week's GuestKaren is the award-winning author of The Money Keys: Unlocking Peace, Freedom and Real Financial Power, featuring testimonies from her teachers Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith of The Secret, Loral Langemeier, T. Harv Eker, and a foreword by Bob Proctor. With her unusual blend of experience as an MBA from Columbia University, an accomplished corporate trainer, a top-selling salesperson, and an ordained interfaith minister, Karen shares insights from over 25 years of success in secular and spiritual realms. She’s been featured in the movie, MPower, on TV’s Good Morning Arizona and WABC TV New York, in The Arizona Republic, in Phoenix Woman and Science of Mind magazines, as well as eWomen Network, NAWBO, and corporate platforms. She’s a Professional Member of National Speakers Association and a founding Member of the Evolutionary Business Council. Visit Karen's Website: TheMoneyKeys.com
Excerpt from "True Financial Power"
According to Karen, we can audit ourselves and heal any issue standing between our personal liabilities and our increasing equity. She teaches that our spirituality, beliefs and habits must be in sync to affect a shift in our ‘money experience.’ The practical auditing tool (PAT) for healing spiritual issues is the practice of gratitude – the principle to work with is Unity; for beliefs the PAT is self-forgiveness and the principle is the Law of Cause and Effect; for habits the PAT is being a gracious receiver and a grateful giver, along with principle of the Law of Circulation. So, is it best to set a specific date for this audit, use the fiscal year end or a year-round approach? Either way a solid recipe for a great payoff- universal abundance and true financial freedom. Thanks, Karen!
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When introducing Karen to our listening audience, she shared that her archetype was student-teacher and the first game she remembers playing was the game of school! Born into a middle class family the eldest child, her journey was rife with adventures that catapulted her into the milieu of polar opposites. I find her somewhat an earthy-goddess; her teachings eloquent, clear, deep and true.
aren spoke of ‘spiritual wealth leadership’ which certainly has its place in creating a spiritually based economy. It is a state of being that includes but is not defined by, goal setting, in other words $ doesn’t equal one’s state of being; where our spiritual connection with $ is peaceful and inspired, not fearful; our beliefs are free and creative – our habits are in order not in overwhelm; and we have the capacity to fund our dreams. Nice.