Participate in Looking Deeply into Money

Participate in Looking Deeply into Money

reflection pond surrounded by ferns

Participate in looking deeply into money, as into this deep green pond: what do you see? what allows you to see deeply? “Reflection Pond” by Kevin Rheese.

Participate in Looking Deeply into Money

You can participate in looking deeply into money with RAISING CLARITY in two ways:

  1. Contribute a gatha helping others look deeply into money.
  2. Use the gathas to help you look deeply into money.


I learned about gathas from Thich Nhat Hanh. Here is their why and how.

In brief, gathas are a mindfulness tool; when you use them, they are a mindfulness practice.

What’s cool is because gathas are attached to something (drinking water, going to the bathroom, driving a car, cooking, eating…you name it!) when you do it, you can remember to be mindful using its gatha.

Looking Deeply into Money

It is time to create some money gathas. I want to publish them to help us each remember how we want to be when it comes to money.

And I invite you to join me and possibly earn some free coaching or consulting for yourself or another at the holidays.

What fun!

Send Me Your Money Gathas

  1. Read the link explaining gathas.
  2. Sit with the idea, the practice, and creating your own for a little while (if you’ve never used them before).
  3. Picture (rather than think about) how you want to be with money.
  4. Start writing! Remember that the best gathas are very simple and very deep.
  5. Post your gathas as a comment to this post.
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    Posted at 11:16h, 29 November Reply

    […] are for mindfulness. For more about gathas, see our post here. The point of money gathas is the point of any gatha–to express an intention to be mindful, […]

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