Spiritual Confusion - Day 1 / Way 1


There are millions of people who are confused about the concept of spirituality. When the word “spiritual” or “spirituality” is used, many folks think of it as uncommon, unexplainable or some “out of this world” occurrence. They don’t see spirituality or spiritual practices as a practical means to solving their problems.

They see money as a practical means of getting what they want or giving to what is important to them, but they don’t consider handling money a spiritual practice. These folks will bite into an apple and say, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” but don’t consider it a spiritual ritual when they do that. Are you ready for this? If an apple brings you vibrant health - it’s spiritual. If you use money to bring happiness to your life and the lives of others - it’s spiritual.

011314_spirituality185-2Spirituality is practicality, and it’s good common sense to consider yourself a spiritual being for that one simple reason – you’ll be more practical and accomplish a lot more if you do. Over the next five days, I am going to show you (in simple ways), how everything can be considered spiritual, and how you practice spirituality in a thousand different ways, which means you’re unquestionably a spiritual being.


Everything that’s good is spiritual - Day 1 / Way 1:


Ancient text says, “With God, everything is possible.” Perhaps those “brilliant minded” writers, back then, misspelled the word “Good” and spelled the word “God” Instead? They left out an O. “With Good, everything is possible.” With good thoughts; with good intent; with good feelings; with goodness in mind – everything good is possible. If God is spiritual, then Good is spiritual because God certainly is Good. When money is used for Good, it’s spiritual. When you use money for good, you’re being spiritual. Take credit for that.

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Author's Bio: 

Rob White is an author, storyteller & philosopher. Rob created RobWhiteMedia.com as a way to provide individuals with all the resources they need to wake up to the power of WOW. Rob has dedicated his life to inspire individuals to realize and accomplish their own life goals by providing seminars, workshops, videos, articles, blogs, books and original animation shorts.

Rob is the international bestelling author of And Then I Met Margaret 180, a guide to achieving “inner strength and outer freedom”, and A Second Chance at Success: Remarkably Simple Ways to Open Your life to Opportunities and Turn Past Mistakes Into Lasting Confidence, Happiness and Success. Rob is regularly featured on the Huffington Post and his original articles are published in dozens of print and online publications.

From his modest beginnings in a small town in Western Massachusetts, he built a multi-million dollar bi-coastal real estate business and went on to become a successful restaurateur. Rob is an expert in the fields of personal and professional growth. Drawing on 30 years of experience researching and testing myriad methods and tools for success, he has developed a concise and enriching program that unlocks the true power of human potential. Most recently, Rob has become a National Spokesperson for Hilton Garden Inn and is a guest lecturer at Northeastern University.

And Then I Met Margaret chronicles how these “everyday gurus” surround us and come into our lives when we need them most. As you read Rob’s inspiring stories of personal transformation you’ll gain a greater intuitive ability to:

Appreciate powerful insights that stream to you through “everyday teachers”
Destroy the limiting myths you’ve created about yourself
Recognize when opportunities to change and grow are being shown to you
Connect with ordinary people who have extraordinary messages for you
Understand that life always sends the right people to support your purpose

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