It's Not Your Money with Tosha Silver

Episode Summary

In this episode, Chantal and Tosha talk about how to enter in harmony with the divine flow and receive not necessarily what you want at the time you want it, but what the universe has specially reserved for you. In this episode, Tosha talks about the main message behind her book and how it really is a guide not only for money, but for every aspect of life, and how this mental state helped her manifest her actual partner. She emphasizes on how to unplug from the mental state of constant survival and competitiveness and be more open to the Divine Energy to align with the good things that the universe has reserved to you.

About Our Guest

Tosha Silver graduated from Yale with a degree in English Literature but along the way she fell madly in love with yogic philosophy. For the past 30 years she’s taught people around the world ways to align with inner love. She’s the author of Change Me Prayers: The Hidden Power of Spiritual Surrender. She lives near San Francisco, where she runs an online school called “Living Outrageous Openness” with ongoing support to those who truly want to live these beautiful, ancient practices. You can also join her on Facebook by liking her author page where she often writes. She particularly enjoys finding fresh, funny ways to embrace the divine, while avoiding conventional jargon and cliches at all cost.

Insight from this episode:

What the term “it’s not my money” in Tosha’s book means
What the divine source is
The art of letting go
How to make yourself available to the divine source
How to give up the burden of your desires
How to unplug the mental state of competitiveness
How to be more open to what the divine source has for you
How did Tosha initiate a forum
How to be more receptive to the divine flow

Quotes from the show:

“[About being open to the divine source] It has nothing to do with just laying in bed hoping that, you know, you’re calling in a miracle and somebody is coming to rescue you, what really happens is that the desires are offered rather than fixated upon or obsessed over or striven for”– Tosha Silver, Emerging Women Podcast.
“Because you’re suddenly open to how the universe wants to provide, and sometimes isn’t only through money; the purpose of the book isn’t to gain abundance, is to learn how to become abundance which is entirely different, and so once you’re doing that, you’re really saying there’s no external thing which is the source of my security”– Tosha Silver, Emerging Women Podcast.
“The divine knows the time of the blooming, that’s all I know, for some people it might be just a few weeks…It’s that you’re opening to the process of the blooming as oppose to insisting when it needs to occur”– Tosha Silver, Emerging Women Podcast.
“[About Tosha’s process of opening to the divine source] Okay divine I trust you, guide me, I know you’re bringing me on a path to wholeness so that then I can receive, in your timing, what’s meant to be”– Tosha Silver, Emerging Women Podcast.

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