Money is bad for your health if you worry about it. Wellness and wealth is about knowing what level of importance you should attach to money overall and also about developing a positive mindset in relation to it. After all, the perfect path to wealth wouldn't be very perfect if you ruined your health while moving along it. Surely one of the most important wealth building principles would be that you don't sacrifice your well-being in pursuit of it. However although health is better than wealth - if you somehow had to choose between them - neither is it the case that being actively involved in wealth seeking must inexorably take a serious toll on your health. Wellness and wealth are not - or at least don't need to be - mutually exclusive.
At one time in the West it was almost comically de rigeur for businessmen, executives etc to have or have had a heart attack. In line with a lot of the kind of thinking that went on then if you weren't seen to be paying a physical and mental price for your "success" then you somehow hadn't achieved that success in the "right" way. While there have of course been significant changes in these attitudes, it still has to be said that stress and ill-health in relation to wealth seeking hasn't gone away, far from it.
Needless to say wealth, in and of itself, doesn't cause ill-health. What does cause health problems is having some form or level of negative attitude to it, whether it's because you have money and you stress and worry about it or whether it's because you don't have enough money - whatever "enough" may be.
Money is the root of all evil. Love of money is the root of all evil. Which of these statements seems most true to you? That question - and your answer to it - should serve to give you some indication of what your true, inner beliefs and perceptions about money and wealth really are. What you really feel, think and believe about money - deep down - is what determines whether or not you would be successful in achieving wealth and abundance and also if, assuming for argument's sake that you were successful in becoming wealthy, you could do it with the minimum stress and damage to your health as possible.
If you believe that money is the root of all evil then you are effectively saying that you'd rather live without it. Which would be fine except that money, in one form or another, has always been there and almost certainly always will be, for the foreseeable future at least and so whether you like it or not you will need it. Believing that the love of money is the root of all evil is indeed a more nuanced and realistic view but one which still doesn't separate "love" of money from the more positive aspects of what can be done with it.
Money - as a stand alone concept - doesn't mean much of anything, it's your attitude towards it that counts. Your mind, your imagination and, if you have it, your health are your most valuable assets, infinitely more so than any material wealth you may possess or covet.
It's a case of not putting the cart before the horse. Many people seek to acquire wealth and dismiss all considerations of "mind" and "imagination", preferring to focus on the hard-boiled "realities" and numbers. They are, in effect, "putting the cart before the horse" by forgetting that what they possess within themselves is not only worth much more than mere money, but that it's from the mind and imagination that the vision and drive to create wealth comes from in the first place.
In order to derive the benefits of both wellness and wealth you must become familiar with your inner self and adopt a more holistic view of things and not focus only on money for money's sake, because that way lies stress, ill-health and inner confusion and uncertainty about what is best for you. When you can combine your desire for wealth with respect for your health and have used hypnosis to develop a positive, confident and relaxed attitude towards money and wealth you will be on your way to being healthy, wealthy and wise.
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