The Seven Stages of Money Maturity

Money and spirituality are often thought of as two separate and incompatible concerns. Yet, for many people, money is a source of anything but peace and tranquility. Perhaps you feel chained to your job “for the money,” rather than believe you can do what you love. Or, you are financially well-off, but feel there must be more to life.

For these and other emotional and psychological conflicts about money, The Seven Stages of Money Maturity offers insight and guidance. It demonstrates that by exploring the relationship between money and spirituality you can achieve a sense of freedom, ease, and security.

George Kinder provides an original approach to recognizing and dealing with difficulties and dilemmas about money. He leads you through seven stages of growth—from the innocence and pain of childhood through the knowledge, understanding, and vigor of adulthood to the vision and blessings you can receive once you become awakened.

Kinder is a noted Buddhist teacher in addition to being a nationally-recognized certified financial planner designee. He draws on the teachings of Lao-tsu and the poems of Rumi, Dante, Blake, and Shakespeare, among others, for wisdom and inspiration.

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