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The Prosperity Truth

Posted By: Randy GageJune 17, 2011

Think of some of the expressions you hear.  (Or worse, say yourself.)  "I won't sell my soul for money."  "You can't be successful unless you're willing to cheat people."   There is this popular mind virus that success rests on immorality, exploitation or cheating others. 

But statements like these are superficial and thoughtless, and ignore one of the fundamental truths about real prosperity...

True prosperity can only be created upon a moral foundation.  Got it?

- RG

21 comments on “The Prosperity Truth”

    1. I absolutely believe in that-- create value for value!

      This posts also mean that Rich does not equal prosperous. Or, all the smugglers will be prosperous!

  1. As it is in harmonic sound waves, so it is with prosperity. When I sing, I send not only sound waves but intention/the message out to the audience. The "message" goes up, out and circles back around to envelope me, bringing with it the reaction/energy of the audience. Giving, creating, sharing from a pure heart and motive will create true abundance, happiness and prosperity that will bless others as it circles around to bless the giver. Wealth, abundance gained from immoral, selfish means will bring with it negative, angry, lonely energies. At one time, there was a very high suicide rate among the richest men in the world. Not a coincidence.

  2. This is a very soft easy post, which tells me you are having the time of your life in South America. Now that's real prosperity in real life.
    I have never felt this way. When I was young the people who were in the building business and tried to make a quick buck, lower their house price and spent everything on new Cadillac's were out of town quickly. The people who drove new Cadillac's every year respected their money and gave value for their homes.
    So no I don't think that way. My problem has always been that others are so much more talented.
    As Charlie Sheen should say instead of winning,,,"Working,"
    Jim

  3. Whether you believe in the laws of 'flight' or not, has no bearing on the fact, an aircraft will fly when you apply the laws that govern flight.

    Whether you believe in the laws that govern 'prosperity' matters not. They happen anyway, the laws do not need you to believe them.

    I had a number of anti-prosperity expressions in my head that rattled around for years. And while they did not prevent me from making money and pursing business, they did prevent me from becoming prosperous.

    An example: My parents would always say the same thing when a nice sports car would pass us on the road, they would shout, "drug dealer." Of course we all laughed and we all joined in.

    Just a single daft reflex-response like "drug dealer" will ensure you are on the wrong side of prosperity.

    I've seen the laws of prosperity work for and against both the wealthy and the poor, both the religious and non religious and both the clever and less smart.

    Randy has been brutal in his defence and teaching of the prosperity laws to the extent that I finally understand.

    Russell

  4. Hi RG,

    Got it, and have got it for quite a while.

    Still releasing on some blockages, but I released on the morality issues surrounding money or success a while back.

    When I hear 1 of these lines during a conversation, I physically cringe. Which makes me happy 🙂

    Thanks for sharing!

    Ryan

  5. I believe that Randy Gage explains prosperity wonderfully.

    As mentioned by RG, and in the previous posts past programming and experiences can play a large role in our actions, and how we lead our lives.

    Thankfully, it is possible to change past programming and mind viruses that have been implanted in us at young ages in order to live a life of prosperity and abundance which is available to us.

  6. I loathe these statement now, back in the day when i was growing up, its all I ever heard. Leaving that sort of mind bending rubbish behind has been challenging!! Yet forward we go!

  7. Raymond June 20,2011 at 22:29pm

    I do believe that true prosperity isn't in cheating,but in being happy with what one is able to acquire judiciously.

    Thanks.

  8. Yes thats right. When you cheat others, you cheat yourself. Prosperity also comes from rejoicing in others wealth. Never condemn the thing you want or it takes wings and flies away.

  9. yep, when i told a friend that i was going to into finance and maybe become a financial planner, he said that those people have to 'cheat clients to earn money'. i dunno, i felt really sad then.

  10. "moral" is one pillar that stands for value, while cheating is made of sand. Unfortunately very many people got stuck or are trapped in that cheating-game and can not get out of there (easily) because they have surrounded themselves with those people who join that game as well. And right here one gets to your next point: that one has to change the people that surround us to get away from the old game. That logic process "makes" a good combination of 2 fitting puzzle pieces!

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  • 21 comments on “The Prosperity Truth”

      1. I absolutely believe in that-- create value for value!

        This posts also mean that Rich does not equal prosperous. Or, all the smugglers will be prosperous!

    1. As it is in harmonic sound waves, so it is with prosperity. When I sing, I send not only sound waves but intention/the message out to the audience. The "message" goes up, out and circles back around to envelope me, bringing with it the reaction/energy of the audience. Giving, creating, sharing from a pure heart and motive will create true abundance, happiness and prosperity that will bless others as it circles around to bless the giver. Wealth, abundance gained from immoral, selfish means will bring with it negative, angry, lonely energies. At one time, there was a very high suicide rate among the richest men in the world. Not a coincidence.

    2. This is a very soft easy post, which tells me you are having the time of your life in South America. Now that's real prosperity in real life.
      I have never felt this way. When I was young the people who were in the building business and tried to make a quick buck, lower their house price and spent everything on new Cadillac's were out of town quickly. The people who drove new Cadillac's every year respected their money and gave value for their homes.
      So no I don't think that way. My problem has always been that others are so much more talented.
      As Charlie Sheen should say instead of winning,,,"Working,"
      Jim

    3. Whether you believe in the laws of 'flight' or not, has no bearing on the fact, an aircraft will fly when you apply the laws that govern flight.

      Whether you believe in the laws that govern 'prosperity' matters not. They happen anyway, the laws do not need you to believe them.

      I had a number of anti-prosperity expressions in my head that rattled around for years. And while they did not prevent me from making money and pursing business, they did prevent me from becoming prosperous.

      An example: My parents would always say the same thing when a nice sports car would pass us on the road, they would shout, "drug dealer." Of course we all laughed and we all joined in.

      Just a single daft reflex-response like "drug dealer" will ensure you are on the wrong side of prosperity.

      I've seen the laws of prosperity work for and against both the wealthy and the poor, both the religious and non religious and both the clever and less smart.

      Randy has been brutal in his defence and teaching of the prosperity laws to the extent that I finally understand.

      Russell

    4. Hi RG,

      Got it, and have got it for quite a while.

      Still releasing on some blockages, but I released on the morality issues surrounding money or success a while back.

      When I hear 1 of these lines during a conversation, I physically cringe. Which makes me happy 🙂

      Thanks for sharing!

      Ryan

    5. I believe that Randy Gage explains prosperity wonderfully.

      As mentioned by RG, and in the previous posts past programming and experiences can play a large role in our actions, and how we lead our lives.

      Thankfully, it is possible to change past programming and mind viruses that have been implanted in us at young ages in order to live a life of prosperity and abundance which is available to us.

    6. I loathe these statement now, back in the day when i was growing up, its all I ever heard. Leaving that sort of mind bending rubbish behind has been challenging!! Yet forward we go!

    7. Raymond June 20,2011 at 22:29pm

      I do believe that true prosperity isn't in cheating,but in being happy with what one is able to acquire judiciously.

      Thanks.

    8. Yes thats right. When you cheat others, you cheat yourself. Prosperity also comes from rejoicing in others wealth. Never condemn the thing you want or it takes wings and flies away.

    9. yep, when i told a friend that i was going to into finance and maybe become a financial planner, he said that those people have to 'cheat clients to earn money'. i dunno, i felt really sad then.

    10. "moral" is one pillar that stands for value, while cheating is made of sand. Unfortunately very many people got stuck or are trapped in that cheating-game and can not get out of there (easily) because they have surrounded themselves with those people who join that game as well. And right here one gets to your next point: that one has to change the people that surround us to get away from the old game. That logic process "makes" a good combination of 2 fitting puzzle pieces!

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