Spiritual Economics has ratings and 44 reviews. Davis said: I am always on the outlook for books that feed my spirit. I discovered Eric Butterworth’s. Summary of Spiritual Economics by Eric Butterworth and study cards. In his book Spiritual Economics, Eric Butterworth explains, “The word prosperity comes from the Latin root which literally translates: ‘according to hope’ or ‘to go.

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This may lead to one of the most important realizations that will ever come to you: I rated it “4”–“really liked it”– because I appreciate citations or even a Bibliography of resources used, but there was none.

Spiritual Economics

Initially I worried it will be written from a religious point of view but I found out that this book really gives a practical and logical twist on many misinterpreted religious concepts. I highly recommend this book to any one wishing to become more prosperous.

And when it does, when you discover the wonder of giving, you become, unblushingly, an incurable giver. Transformational Apply these ideas diligently, patiently, persistently, and playfully and happy dances are guaranteed.

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This involves going the second mile in meeting obligations, turning the other cheek in relationships, and forgiving “until seventy times seven. The kingdom of God cometh not with observation Eric reminds us, “Prosperity is one of God’s greatest gifts to us. I always like books that reinforce the power of our thoughts and feelings which determines what shows up in our lives rather than looking outside ourselves to blame.

Get the feeling of being a channel for the flow of good. Dec 31, Lisa Shultz rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Eric Butterworth’s Spiritual Economics is the perfect book for “new thought” seekers who are ready to heal their belief in lack and limitation.

Spiritual Economics: The Principles and Process of True Prosperity

A committed giver is an incurably happy person, a secure person, a satisfied person and a prosperous person. First Eric Butterworth book I have read. And true greatness depends more on inner overcomings than on outer achievements. Something better is on the way for me. Security in a Changing World Feeling is the key! I never give thanks to God for loving me, because He can’t help himself; whether He would or not, it is His butterwoeth to.

This is definitely a book that will help you change your thoughts so you can easily change your life. Meister Eckhart gives the key that unlocks the true meaning of John 3: This has so many insights on living with a positive inner bank account it was more than just a get Rick with positive thinking book. Not that I’ve read a lot on the topic.

View the discussion thread. Sep 21, Helen Vaughn rated it it was amazing. Expect less, appreciate more, be genuine, by yourself, don’t worry about others, focus on what you already have, give without expecting anything in return, feel the love of the people around you and the universe as a collective.

EB cautions us in this chapter that our desire for security can fill us with so much fear and anxiety that we “mine our roadway into the future with booby traps.

Spiritual Economics: The Principles and Process of True Prosperity by Eric Butterworth

AND how you can consciously circulate wealth in the world as you give your gifts, support others, and support yourself? A Quest for Truth. Suddenly the seemingly little supply becomes dynamic seed money, giving rise to unbelievable increase.

As you sit thinking, “If I could only find a job,” some employer is at that very moment thinking, “If only we could locate the right person for this opening! For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again. Refresh and try again. Think of every relationship as an opportunity to give.

I live my life from day to day as if God’s supportive substance were as exhaustless and dependable as the air I breathe, which it most certainly is.

Jul buttreworth, Robin is currently reading it. An excellent perspective changing book. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This is a re-re-re-read.