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Rather than experiencing stress, anxiety, and fear, whenever you think about Money, wouldn't you love to feel the way you do after a yoga class? What if the same philosophy that makes yoga so appealing--especially its holistic, mind/body/spirit approach--could be applied to your financial life?In his new book THE YOGA OF MONEY bestselling author and yoga guru Edward Vilga Rather than experiencing stress, anxiety, and fear, whenever you think about Money, wouldn't you love to feel the way you do after a yoga class? What if the same philosophy that makes yoga so appealing--especially its holistic, mind/body/spirit approach--could be applied to your financial life?In his new book THE YOGA OF MONEY bestselling author and yoga guru Edward Vilga shows a way. Students who've taken his workshops report "I removed the shame and fear that has haunted me for years and can now move forward from a positive place;" others experience "money coming in from unexpected sources" or "I am in such a different place (mentally and financially) thanks to you."


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Rather than experiencing stress, anxiety, and fear, whenever you think about Money, wouldn't you love to feel the way you do after a yoga class? What if the same philosophy that makes yoga so appealing--especially its holistic, mind/body/spirit approach--could be applied to your financial life?In his new book THE YOGA OF MONEY bestselling author and yoga guru Edward Vilga Rather than experiencing stress, anxiety, and fear, whenever you think about Money, wouldn't you love to feel the way you do after a yoga class? What if the same philosophy that makes yoga so appealing--especially its holistic, mind/body/spirit approach--could be applied to your financial life?In his new book THE YOGA OF MONEY bestselling author and yoga guru Edward Vilga shows a way. Students who've taken his workshops report "I removed the shame and fear that has haunted me for years and can now move forward from a positive place;" others experience "money coming in from unexpected sources" or "I am in such a different place (mentally and financially) thanks to you."

30 review for The Yoga Of Money Manifesto: A Radical New Way to Connect Your Mind, Body, Spirit, and Bank Account

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Glady

    Celebrate the union I've had a difficult relationship with money, never being able to combine spiritual feelings and the greed and desires that fill my lower self. This book is a guide, yes, but led my to a deeper understanding of the long term practice on and off the mat, of that relationship. Thank you Edward for no mud no lotus.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Brandi Amara

    3 1/2 stars Thoughts ... i liked the beginning of the book better than the end only because the end (starting with Chpt 8 Flexibility) starts to dive into rather traditional privileged notions and ideas of money and finances -- IRA, Investments, etc. While i get that's the goal for some, i feel for the audience that this book is attracting not so much. i'm totally open to being wrong, but i just don't see most artist/creative/metaphysical/yogic folks buying into capitalistic systems and ideas of a 3 1/2 stars Thoughts ... i liked the beginning of the book better than the end only because the end (starting with Chpt 8 Flexibility) starts to dive into rather traditional privileged notions and ideas of money and finances -- IRA, Investments, etc. While i get that's the goal for some, i feel for the audience that this book is attracting not so much. i'm totally open to being wrong, but i just don't see most artist/creative/metaphysical/yogic folks buying into capitalistic systems and ideas of accumulating wealth as a means to become more comfortable with said wealth. Again, i am open to being wrong but that's where the book lost me and never really sucked me back in. HOWEVER!!! The concept of this book -- linking money to yoga -- is so fucking brilliant and REALLY IS a useful tool for aligning oneself with the energetic reality of money. The poses that Edward chooses are PERFECT examples of the concepts he's teaching (save for the last few chapters - specifically the last one Namaste and taxes. This was the only $/Yoga relationship that felt a little forced). i picked up this book because i wanted to read it alongside Edward's Daily OM course (<-- a whole different review) and help deepen the concepts and actions that i'm learning there. i decided to read it all the way through first and then read each section as they align with the course. So maybe as the course progresses my thoughts & feelings on chapter 8 & beyond may change. Maybe. On the format: There's some tactical stuff in this book and i love the way he breaks each chapter down into Body, Mind, and Bank Account. i just wish the ideas as they relate to the concept of money were a little more fleshed out. Overall a beautiful book that will have the reader seeing and understanding their money in a WHOLE NEW WAY. Totally recommend if you are looking for alternatives to the mainstream money/financial rhetoric that abounds everywhere.

  3. 4 out of 5

    T Van

    A Quick, Gentle Read I’m excited to begin the instruction opened up by this book, recognizing the work is in the consistent practice, not any huge leaps forward. This fits well with the Nap Ministry’s work on rest.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Candy Laine

    Interesting parallel drawn between twelve yoga asanas and financial wisdom. I liked the mind body and bank account section at the end of each chapter.

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    Julie Peggar

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