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Happy Money: The Japanese Art of Making Peace with Your Money ハードカバー – 2019/6/4
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Ken Honda—Japan’s #1 bestselling personal development guru—teaches you how to achieve peace of mind when it comes to money with this instant national bestseller.
Too often, money is a source of fear, stress, and anger, often breaking apart relationships and even ruining lives. We like to think money is just a number or a piece of paper, but it is so much more than that. Money has the ability to smile, it changes when it is given with a certain feeling, and the energy with which it imbues us impacts not only ourselves, but others as well.
Although Ken Honda is often called a “money guru,” his real job over the past decade has been to help others discover the tools they already possess to heal their own lives and relationships with money. Learn how to treat money as a welcome guest, allowing it to come and go with respect and without resentment; understand and improve your money EQ; unpack the myth of scarcity; and embrace the process of giving money, not just receiving it.
This book isn’t to fix you, because as Ken Honda says, you’re already okay!
“Ken’s book will transform your life around money.” –Jack Canfield, #1 New York Times bestselling coauthor of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series and The Success Principles
“Happy Money is the fast track to finding ways to experience happiness and abundance together.” –Marci Shimoff, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Happy for No Reason
“Ken Honda’s wisdom, intellect, success, and achievement combined with his spirituality, love, and compassion make him the perfect person to bring forth this conversation about healing and happiness.” –Lisa Nichols, New York Times bestselling author of Abundance Now
“Happy Money isn't just your normal self-help book about money. It transforms everything you think about money and therefore your life.” –Lynn McTaggert, internationally bestselling author of The Intention Experiment
“A perfect, concise explanation of how to change your relationship with money from struggle and friction to easy flow.” –Arjuna ArDagh, author of The Translucent Revolution
“Happy Money will transform your life because it's about how you feel about yourself, energy, and your own consciousness—as you shift that, money will flow.” –Kute Blackson, author of You Are the One
“Ken Honda is funny, real, and gives us the opportunity to transform our lives when it comes to money, abundance, and prosperity.” –Sheri Salata, author of The Beautiful No
"Happy Money is a direct path to a more joyful, peaceful, loving life. You’ll learn to release all your old, broken stories and transform your experience of money so it can be like an old friend who is always welcome in your heart." –Janet Bray Attwood, New York Times bestselling author of The Passion Test and Your Hidden Riches
"Regardless of whether you have a lot of money, some money, or not much money at all, this book will radically change your relationship with money for the better. Ken Honda is a wise and good humored sage possessing great generosity of spirit. He is also a multi-millionaire because he lives what he teaches and writes about. This book has made a wonderful difference in my life. It can do the same for you." –Stewart Emery, author of Success Built to Last
"Honda coaxes readers to examine the emotions he associates with money, and in doing so, forge a new positive (and potentially lucrative) path forward."
Having concept of Happy Money surely changes how I make friends with money.
Being able to handle money energy is one of critical factor for Happy Family and Happy Partnership.
I'll read and listen this book again and again to change my life.
Thank you Ken for this great book!
He wrote about how to becoming a happy millionaire. but he never lecture about how to making money, concrete method. Of course riches never teach us how to become rich.
And writers who wrote about how to becoming rich earn to be rich by lecture of how to becoming a rich. And Ken Honda is too, i think.
Ken’s premise is that your relationship with money is directly tied to your relationship with life — and that it MIRRORS your relationship with your life. Unhappy money is money that you bring in through fear or fear-based emotions. As an example, when a couple goes through an acrimonious divorce and one spouse gets alimony each month — they typically blow through it quickly as the energy behind that money scenario is one they want to get rid of as quickly as possible; it’s “unhappy money”. This is all unconscious.
By contrast when you love what you do to make money and joyfully receive money from people who are truly grateful for your services then money sticks around longer — that’s what it means to have “happy money”. And when your money is happy, then YOU are happy — your relationships work better, you feel better, and your overall world view is much happier. Worth the investment to try this powerful concept on for size yourself!
I realized that not all my money was happy. However, it gave me an opportunity to take a look at my relationship with money and where my beliefs about money are coming from. (I’m convinced my father is a gambler type. Lol)
It may be tough but if Happy Money leads to happy life and Unhappy Money leads to unhappy life, it’s worth your effort to look at your relationship with your money NOW especially if you are stressed about money. After all, it’s just a game.
As I started practicing “Arigato in” and “Arigato out”, I became more conscious about the energy flow of the money around me as well as how I receive and spend my money. I’m reminded that people and relationships are way more important than money. I certainly want to surround myself with happy money and people with happy money.
I truly believe that if people around the world get this concept of Happy Money and starts living it, the world will be a happier place. Please read this book for yourself but also for the world peace. Really. I wish you all Happy Money.
Many people see that money is a number, a piece of paper or enemy, but the author suggests that money is energy. Emotion is the pattern of energy. Then there are so many emotions wrapped up in money. This means you can send/receive money with joy, gratitude and happiness if you decide to do so, but you can also do this in the opposite way.
When I started paying attention to my emotion when I pay out or receive money, my lens how to see the world started changing. Especially having the feeling of gratitude even when I pay out was the tipping point. Because if you can see money is energy, even if you pay out, it means it will come back to you in the future as the energy circulation. Based on this concept, it made me easier to be thankful when I even pay out.
I hope Happy Money prevails throughout the world with this book!
Money - like everything - is energy, and as such, it can carry vibration... a high 'happy' or a low 'sad' vibration.
When you give or receive Happy Money that vibration gets given or received as well!
Ken Honda know how to live with Happy Money. Ken is often called a “financial business guru" in his homeland Japan. But his real job is to help others discover tools to heal their relationship with money.
Now this “Zen millionaire” explains how to achieve peace of mind when it comes to money in his new book Happy Money. It will open new possibilities; a new powerful flow is waiting for You.
I found this book incredibly powerful. Ken has the ability to make complex ideas, simple and easily understandable. he delivers concrete tools that have the power to change your life... should you apply them. I highly recommend this book.
Reading Happy Money I had that same feeling but this time I was surprised to feel like I could have a spark of joy related to the money I made. The notion of happy money/ unhappy money is so simple yet so elegant. As soon as I started to look through this lens it started to make a profound difference.
I have to admit, I’m a bit biased. I have had the opportunity to see Ken speak several times and have become friends with him. He is one of the most real people that I’ve ever had the chance to meet and his work continues to inform my life.
I love this book and I hope you’ll consider reading it too!