Is meditation really a ritual that can bring wealth and success? I can definitely believe it can bring peace and happiness – but riches? Really?
I actually meditate but I have my own system. I combine Pscyo Cybernetics with gratitude and try real hard to fall into the “gap” and “get in tune” (as Deepak Chopra calls it). I use MindValley’s OhmHarmonics demo – that’s it – lol. Ever since I started meditating, my salary has jumped 33% and now live in my dream home. Hmm…could it be true or just a coincidence?
Let’s take a look at famous, wealthy people who meditate.
Make up your own opinion…
1) Russell Simmons
everyday if possible…let the noise settle.
Russell Simmons. (5:09)
Meditation makes you happy…meditation gives you greater brain function (1:10)
2) Howard Stern
“It’s not like that. I (learned when I) was 18 years old. I was in college. My mother was severely depressed—her sister had died and she took it very, very hard. I was worried about her…. I get a call one day from this happy, elated woman and I wonder, ‘Who is this?’ and it’s my mother. She tells me she was watching the Johnny Carson Show and she saw Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and she went on and learned Transcendental Meditation. My mother sounded transformed. She said to me, ‘Come on, I want to take you down to the TM Center.’ I did it. And it’s the easiest thing I ever did. I have been doing it since I was 18. I love to do it after the show. I find it very relaxing.” http://www.tm.org/blog/people/howard-stern-and-david-letterman-discuss-tm/
3) Jerry Seinfeld
It seems Seinfeld, who’s been a devotee of the TM movement for decades, is so committed to his twice-daily meditation that he has it built into his shooting schedules. http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/gossip/confidential/seinfeld-meditation-job-article-1.2013166
I have now been doing (TM) 41 years.
4) Tina Turner
“Nam-myoho-renge-kyo” is a song. In the Soka Gakkai tradition we are taught how to sing it. It is a sound and a rhythm and it touches a place inside you. That place we try to reach is the subconscious mind. I believe that it is the highest place and, if you communicate with it, that is when you receive information on what to do. https://micademijatovic.wordpress.com/2013/03/31/tina-turner-on-her-buddhist-practice/
5) George Lucas
George learnt to meditate in the ’70s and makes no distinction between his meditation practice and film work. Star Wars is largely based on the teachings he’s gained on his meditation journey, and his “quest for immaculate reality” also gave birth to the most enlightened big-screen star of them all: Yoda. http://hijacked.com.au/famous-meditators-from-russell-to-madonna
6) David Lynch
There’s an ocean of pure, vibrant consciousness inside each one of us and it’s right at the source and base of mind. This pure consciousness is called – by modern physics – the unified field. It’s at the base of all mind and all matter. And they all say all of matter – everything that is a thing – emerges from this field. It’s like an ocean of solutions.