Money Meditation: Money as a Tool for Spiritual Work

March 23, 2011

After achieving a positive and intended personality quietness, formulate clearly to yourself and in your own words the answers to the following questions:   

  1. If money is one of the most important things needed today for spiritual work, what is the factor which is at present deflecting it away from the work of serving the greatest good for the greatest number?

 Questions for further amplification on the above.  (You need not answer them all.  Simply reflect upon the entire body of questions as a whole, or choose one or more which really interest you each month to work upon). 

 a.       Who are the groups, people, causes in the world which I feel would most actively support those serving others for the greatest good with resources and money?  Why do I believe this?

  1. How do most people view money in the world?  Why is this?  How can this view be reinforced or changed?  What practical steps do I need to take to assist the collective spiritual use of finance? 
  2. How inclined am I to think about the right use of money especially beyond my own personal use of it?
  3. In what ways can I learn about socially responsible investing, environmental friendly purchases, and so forth? 

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Money Meditation: The Soulful Use of Money

March 23, 2011

     After achieving a positive and intended personality quietness, formulate clearly to yourself and in your own words the answers to the following questions:   

  1. What is my responsibility in regard to money which passes through my hands?  Am I handling it in a way that benefits others as well as myself? 

Questions for further amplification on the above.  (You need not answer them all.  Simply reflect upon the entire body of questions as a whole, or choose one or more which really interest you each month to work upon).  

  1. What in my opinion is an example of a spiritual Being handling money wisely for the good of all?  Can I give specific examples of this? 
  2. If I had a continual flow of money for my service work, what would I be doing with the money which passes my way? 
  3. How practical am I in the management and right use of money? 
    1. In regards to more savings, less debt, wiser economy, better planning, clearer visions and goals of how I intend to make money, how much is needed, what I hope to do with it, where I want to be financially in five, ten, twenty years or more? 
    2. What do I need to learn in regards to asking for more support financially (in respect to compensation for my work, or in respect to finding donations by way of grants, loans, gifts, etc.)
    3. How much do I currently know and need to learn regarding the management and circulation of money (including the right use of credit cards, financial planning, budgeting, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, IRA’s’, grants, loans, 401K’s, and other money investment programs)?
  4. How do I approach life if I presently believe I do not have enough money for myself and the service activities I am responsible for?
  5. Is there anyway (in my thoughts, feelings, actions, words) which I repel the money I need to better serve in my life?
  6. Is there anyway (in my thoughts, feelings, actions, words) I could learn to better attract the money I need for service in my life? 
  7. What lessons in the right use of money can I actively share with others?

 Copyright © 1997 – 2011 by Dr. Lisa Love.  All Rights Reserved.

For help answering these questions please contact Dr. Lisa Love at www.doctorlisalove.com for support.


Money Meditation: My Personal Relationship With Money

March 23, 2011

MONEY MEDITATION I  — My Personal Relationship With Money 

     After achieving a positive and intended personality quietness, formulate clearly to yourself and in your own words the answers to the following questions:   

  1. What is my personal attitude towards money?  Do I regard it as a great and possible spiritual asset, or do I think of it in material terms? 

Questions for further amplification on the above.  (You need not answer them all.  Simply reflect upon the entire body of questions as a whole, or choose one or more which really interest you each month to work upon).  

a.   What are my feelings/thoughts towards people with money? 

  1. Do they deserve or not deserve their fate?
  2. Are they spiritual or material because of this?

b.  What are my feelings/thoughts towards people without money?  

  1. Do they deserve or not deserve their fate?
  2. Are they spiritual or material because of this?
  3. How much money is it alright for me to manifest in my life?
    1. What would I use the money for?
    2.  What personal needs legitimately need fulfilling before I could selflessly and joyously use money to assist others?
    3. How do I know if I am being excessively selfish with the money I manifest in my life?
    4. How do I know if I am personally denying my own needs and creating cleavages because of a lack of enough money in my life?
  4.  What would help me feel in right relationship with money from a spiritual perspective?
    1.  In the way of more efficient understanding of how money works (how it is gained, lost, conserved, or foolishly wasted)?
    2. In relationship to assisting my service activity (based upon the life style demanded to accomplish the vision I have of what I want to manifest)? 
    3. In respect to proper tithing to assist charitable organizations?  How much should be tithed and when?  What individuals or groups could best benefit from my donations? 
  5. What practical steps do I need to take to better utilize and manifest money in my life?
    1.  In regards to more savings, less debt, wiser economy, better planning, clearer visions and goals of how I intend to make money, how much is needed, what I hope to do with it, where I want to be financially in five, ten, twenty years or more? 
    2. What do I need to learn in regards to asking for more support financially (in respect to compensation for my work, or in respect to finding donations by way of grants, loans, gifts, etc.)
    3. How much do I currently know and need to learn regarding the management and circulation of money (including the right use of credit cards, financial planning, budgeting, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, IRA’s’, grants, loans, 401K’s, and other money investment programs)?

c.     What would be the “ideal” financial life for me in my opinion?  Why? 

Copyright © 1997 – 2011 by Dr.  Lisa Love   All Rights Reserved.

Want help answering these questions?  Contact me at www.doctorlisalove.com for support.