The Wholeness of Prosperity: A New Perception

The other day I was teaching a new course that was in the third round of beta called Prosperity Hour, and on the heels of that course I got to thinking about all the nuances behind prosperity. Where did that word originate? Why are folks more interested in manifesting rather than prospering?

And from that comes this piece of information that I hope you find beneficial to reframe your world, your life and to actually bring prosperity into it.

In the bustling turmoil of our modern world, prosperity is often envisioned as an expanse of material wealth. However, if we delve into the etymological roots of the term, we find a profound, yet elegantly simple meaning: ‘prosper’ originated from the Latin ‘prosperare’, connoting ‘doing well’, ‘to grow’, and the notion of wholeness.

Wholeness, in this context, transcends the basic understanding of physical completeness. It touches the subtle facets of existence, combining the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of life into a cohesive entity. This understanding of prosperity as wholeness challenges the materialistic interpretation that dominates our society.

Another aspect of wholeness is specific to the whole person and their transformation into more wholeness. Think about this…

When we view prosperity as wholeness, it’s not about the size of our bank accounts, the luxury of our homes, or the prestige of our careers. Instead, it’s about experiencing a fulfilled life in its broadest sense. It’s about balance (rather I call this working on equilibrium with energy, wishes, mind, reality and goals) and harmony between our inner selves and the world around us.

This interpretation paves the way for a radical shift in our personal and collective lives. Each one of us, regardless of our economic status, has the potential to be MORE prosperous in every single part of our life. Prosperity is a human right, rather than a privilege for the few.

When we aim for prosperity in its true essence, we cultivate more than financial success. We nurture our well-being, relationships, passions, knowledge, and contributions to the world. We give equal importance to our inner peace as we do to outer success.

By embracing this holistic approach, we unlock a path towards sustainable prosperity. A path that, instead of leaving us perpetually wanting more, allows us to experience a sense of contentment and gratitude for what we already have.

In conclusion, shifting our perception of prosperity from material wealth to wholeness allows us to embrace a richer, more fulfilling life. It provides a framework that encourages personal growth and social responsibility. It is a philosophy of prosperity that fosters balance, harmony, and respect for all life, promoting a sustainable and equitable world.

The seed of prosperity lies within each of us, waiting to be nurtured. Let’s water this seed with understanding and action, allowing the concept of wholeness to take root and flourish in our lives.

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Prosperity Hour does work Susan says, “

Just as you are what you eat, what you feed your brain is so important. 

With all the news and media telling us how bad things are supposed to be economically, the Prosperity Challenge has been an amazing way to reframe our mindset, help us curate our thoughts and create a completely different reality. 

— Susan”

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