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Spiritual matarialismIn India, spirituality has often been associated with renunciation, hardship and suffering. But most spiritual leaders of today are trying to correct that image.
Pranic healing Master Choa Kok Suiis one of them. He argues that we can work towards spiritual growth and be successful at the same time. He is himself a personification of this ideal. A spiritual teacher, he travels constantly, conducting meditation retreats and workshops. At the same time, he is a successful businessman and runs several companies in Manila, Philippines.
Choa Kok Sui has coined a term, 'spiritual materialism', which he uses to describe a life where we work towards material success but in accordance with spiritual principles. According to him, instead of money being bad, it is the improper attitude towards money that is the root of evil. Money itself is nothing but energy, a means to ensure that our lives are comfortable, so we can then devote time to develop ourselves spiritually. Folk wisdom everywhere has expressions like: ''You cannot meditate/contemplate God on an empty stomach!''
The very meditation and healing techniques we learn for spiritual growth hold the key to material abundance. For example, part of pranic healing's Meditation on Twin Hearts involves activating certain chakras to receive divine energy. At the same time, the meditation also includes sending positive energy to the earth, all living beings, to our homes, families, businesses and anything or anyone else that requires it.
This transmission of energy can be likened to an investment. When done regularly, the returns are enormous. As Choa Kok Sui says: ''Nature is an echowhat you give comes back to you." The returns are not only confined to spiritual growth, but can be channeled into good health, happiness, success, prosperity and abundance.
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