How to become wealthy
Just a quick overview of How to become wealthy. Imagine that you have a bottle of some black substance that you want to pour away so you can put fresh water in the bottle. But you find that you cannot simply pour out the black liquid in the bottle to replace it with water because the liquid had turned to gel and would no longer flow out. So you turn on your tap and leave it to run into the bottle, overflowing and flushing the black gel out gradually from the bottle mouth as the tap runs straight into the bottle content. Depending on the thickness of the gel, the pressure of the water, positioning of the bottle, etc, it could take a short while or a long time to completely flush the black gel out and have the original bottle content replaced completely with fresh water. At any rate, what you are certain about is that sooner or later, the water will eventually displace the black get to become the new content of the bottle. If the black get represent poverty and the fresh water represent wealth, this is How to become wealthy.
This is exactly how the transformation of your mind takes place. Some minds may practice principle and begin to get results almost instantly because their “gel” content was not so tick in the first place or because they have placed themselves under the coaching of some spiritual teacher that helps them get results faster. On the other hand, it could take others more time to get the same result because they have ticker ‘black contents’ to get rid of. What is certain in both cases though that anyone who engages in search of spirituality will ultimately find it even if it takes a lifetime of practice to do so. This is How to become wealthy.
As you continue to practice principle, you will sure experience a new kind of joy and peace of mind. Bear in mind that this ‘peace that passes all understanding’ is the primary goal for practice of principle. The “all other things” is added only as a secondary benefit. You must therefore be careful not to place the secondary above the primary, that is not to make your reason for practice of principle a selfish one otherwise the objective of the practice may be defeated.