A Happy Pocket Full of Money, Expanded Study Edition: Infinite Wealth and Abundance in the Here and Now

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It’s Not Just About the Money

True wealth is not about buckets of cash. True wealth is not about designer clothes. It is not about a new Mercedes. It is not about living in a palatial estate. True wealth, asserts David Gikandi, is about discovering value within yourself and value within other people. It is about a kind of conscious living that incorporates gratitude, a belief in abundance, and the experience of joy.

Based on the recent discoveries of theoretical physics and a close reading of inspirational classics of the last century, Gikandi creates a new model for the creation of personal wealth; a new model that shows readers how to create abundance by saving, giving, offering charity, and building happy relationships.

  • Learn to use an internal mantra to build wealth consciousness.
  • Practice conscious and deliberate thoughts and intentions.
  • Decide, define, and set goals you can believe in.
  • Practice gratitude, giving, and faith, and experience abundance and joy in your life.

Includes a 16-page study guide–for individuals and group use.


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I Am Wealth

The first step to having wealth is to know what it is. And few people know what it really is, in and of itself. What is wealth? What causes it? What causes the cause of it?

Money represents an aspect of a person’s internal value, but that does not mean that it represents a person’s entire internal value. That is very important. It is not about self-worth. Money only represents an aspect of that internal value that pertains to wealth. You cannot, therefore, say that a wealthy person has a higher self-worth and value than a poor person. But you can correctly say that, in matters that relate and pertain to money, a wealthy person has a higher internal value in that aspect of value, or chooses to exercise a higher proportion of this internal value.

You are already wealthy, but you have been taught to choose not to experience your wealth. This insight changes everything. Like wealthy people, you can now know how to start experiencing the wealthy you—and choose to do so.

I Am Abundance

If you wish to be happy, cause another to be happy. Conditionality is also an illusion when it comes to happiness. You are not happy because of certain conditions; certain conditions come into being because you are happy.

Happy thoughts and images also result in happy external events and conditions. Remember, too, to act as if you are happy, and to be grateful for all, even before you experience it. And remember to practice detachment. Perhaps the most important thing to remember is that the external world fashions itself to match your internal world. If you are not happy with the external world, seek what you are not happy with internally; then choose to be happy about it. Love yourself and the world will love you. Be happy with yourself, and the world will be happy about and with you.

I Am Joy

If you wish to be happy, cause another to be happy. Conditionality is also an illusion when it comes to happiness. You are not happy because of certain conditions; certain conditions come into being because you are happy.

Happy thoughts and images also result in happy external events and conditions. Remember, too, to act as if you are happy, and to be grateful for all, even before you experience it. And remember to practice detachment. Perhaps the most important thing to remember is that the external world fashions itself to match your internal world. If you are not happy with the external world, seek what you are not happy with internally; then choose to be happy about it. Love yourself and the world will love you. Be happy with yourself, and the world will be happy about and with you.

The Right Way to Set Goals

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List what you would like to have, to do, and to be between now and the next thirty years. List everything you can think of, small and large—places to visit, things to have, residences, experiences, partners, skills to acquire, things to do, people to meet, projects, charities, health, habits—everything!

Your list should have at least 100 things on it; it is not hard to come up with 100 wishes for thirty years. If you wish to be very wealthy, have about 5,000 things—even small details regarding your desires should be in there.

For each goal you list, write the reasons why you wish to have it. If, for example, you wish to have a large home, write down the reasons why. In other words, what will you do with and in this home? Put drama into it. Reasons empower your goal and make it easier to imagine, visualize, and attain. They give life to it and make your subconscious accept it more easily.

Get cuttings from magazines, brochures, the Internet, photographs, etc, of the items in your goals and stick them in your journal. Start a Goals and Visualizations Journal on paper or your computer. In it, place pictures of the things you wish to have—cars, stocks, buildings, boats, land, travel, clothes, or anything else. Refer to it often—twice a day is highly recommended. The more real and detailed your visualizations and imaginings, the faster and more accurately you will realize your goals. Pictures are very important to have in your life.

Every day, read your list and look at your pictures. Then spend at least twenty minutes twice a day imagining, animating, and visualizing in detail all your goals. If you meditate—and it is highly recommended that you do—do your goals visualization in meditation as well. Meditation puts you closest to the Source, the best place you can be to plant your seed of visions into the field of infinite possibilities and creation.

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