Tuesday, April 3, 2012

The 5 Principles to Unlocking Wealth

The following is an excerpt from a book:

These principles are a key to unlocking amazing cache of wealth, abundance and success. They are all centered on our true innate qualities, which as a matter of fact are universal and have a spiritual basis. These principals are:

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 Truth

 Righteousness

 Peace

 Love, and

 Non-violence

The practice of these virtues will enable anyone to progress in life without any doubt.

The reason is simple.

These universal principles are all attractive and needless to say, they form the cornerstone of the code of ethics. You cannot go wrong practicing the importance to moral values, codes of conduct and obeying the Law of Nature in your pursuit of wealth.


While pessimism warns us of dangers lurking before our very own eyes, optimism may propel us into false security. Pessimism should only be considered initial and not a final predicament in any situation - this is the first step to success.

The Basic Steps

The following guidelines will help you pave a wonderful path to your ultimate success.

The steps are very simple to implement in your daily life.

1. Do what you love and what you are good at.

2. Be prepared to learn and to be positive (motivation and enthusiasm)

3. Be an innovative individual.

4. Be prepared to invest not just money but your time, effort and resources too.

I mentioned money - this does not mean that you have to incest a large sum to become wealthy.

5. You must be disciplined in having set goals and targets. Remember that persistence is the key to success.

6. You must be prepared to manage your time effectively.

7. As you evolve, learn to give back what you amass to society. I call this philanthropy.

You must have a solid vision - one in which you "see" yourself having attained success. Great people of the past and present see to it that they reach this coveted position by employing these basic steps.

Action is incredibly important and highlights success - the two are synonymous to be quite honest. To succeed action is needed but the essential ingredient is how serious you are. Being too serious can ruin your business venture, so the point is to have FUN.

Our inner also environment plays a huge role. A calm relaxed individual is far more likely to come out a winner in a trying situation that his/her counterpart - a person who is nervous, frustrated and erratic. The former has his senses fully identified with the environment in which he places himself.

However, the restless individual does not understand the environment and consequently gets into trouble. The keywords are focus, concentration and care in whatever you do in life.

1. Develop a definite and a clear-cut goal/aim.

2. Draw up a wise workable plan/program.

3. Guard your health. Without health there is no real wealth.

4. You must conserve your energy.

5. Be honest in your life (in words, deeds, thoughts and actions)

6. Stick to virtues and adopt good principles.

7. Reflect upon ideal personalities and seek strength from their philosophy.

8. Seek divine guidance and be truthful.

9. Endeavor to help and serve others with gratitude.

10. Always think positive and believe in the power of God.
Transformative thinking is indeed the way to success. Set out a plan to achieve your goal and deliberately ruminate over the meaning of this plan and make it happen.

But if the above is overwhelming then all you need is join Indian politics :)


  1. While I was reading down the post, I began to wonder , hell this is a daunting bit of advise to pick.And then there it was, the alternate solution you have at the end . I wish you did put it in the beginning of the post (ha).

    Pessimism and optimism may be tempered with a dash of scepticism. I guess then tyhe balance will be favourable either way.

  2. the politics idea is of course the easy option! :)

  3. Tell me how many Indian bloggers venture into such topics! While it was inspiring, the fact that there are Indian bloggers who write so positively made me feel good.

    If I might add something -- for hardcore advaitins, external God is a mere idea (My Father and I are One). For them, the 'power of God' is the 'power of Atma', the Self.

  4. Anil: the alternate has been tried and tested.. never failed.. the wealth increases multifold too :)

    Sands: A warm welcome to my blog... ah even you find the latter easy :)

    uptake: was tired of writing abt politics and being a pessimist.. but then I couldnt help ending it on a pessimist note :) Can understand your concept of God.. He is in each of us.. and we can be a source of great strength...


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