Innerwealth Book

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Beginning with the difference between motivation and inspiration, my aim in this book to address everyday life management with a fresh perspective and use my own consulting and personal business experience to mirror the possibilities.

The human spirit can fly when the conditions are right, and in this book we put the power to awaken the human spirit squarely back in the hands of the individual.

This is the essence of the evolutionary spirit – an independent, socially aware, conscious and inspired individual who recognises their role in a global revolution. Every person on earth has the right to that experience.

This book is about global change through personal change. It is a rebuke at so much of what is being done at present in the name of good business, religion and cultural development.

My aim has been to find a spirituality which is REAL, non-denominational, solves world problems instead of making them and is free for all to see. I
hope that somewhere within this book it finds its way into your life.


Introduction
In 1986 I was standing joyfully at the kitchen sink washing the dishes in my wonderful five bedroom beachside home in Sydney. I was nearing the end of my first year of the two-year MBA. My wife, Judy and I had gone through some pretty rough times which had motivated me to sell the business, go back to university, dedicate my life to the family and find a better way to live and work in the world. Little did I know that this parasitic ambition was heading me into the storm instead of away from it.

It was tough going, there was a lot of personal baggage flowing from the relationship.

I was guilty about the past and my perceived excessive focus on work, and that combined with the usual challenge of anything academic, it was a tough year.


Later, I was sitting on the beach, lamenting my circumstances. The kids were on a yacht with their mother and her new partner. They set sail around the world, I had no idea where they were and I sat there with tears streaming down my face, in serious pain. I missed my kids.

Then I looked up and saw the moon. It was out at midday and that was a beautiful sight. Then I realized it was the same moon that was shining on my kids and then I started to feel different. I started to feel love for them instead of pain. I started to feel them close to me, around me and I knew at that moment they could feel it. I knew it in my bones and the penny dropped: this is what the Aboriginal people call spirituality. It is love.

I had never separated my expectations from my love. I had never sat down and thought, ‘I love my kids,’ I was too busy trying to prove it. I was too busy trying to inflict it and get their approval. I was too busy helping them become better people to stop and just love them.

Suddenly the gifts all came home. My grief was an illusion. Nature doesn’t destroy things she just changes their form. Nothing is missing.

They were with me in spirit and love. I had manifested exactly what I wanted, the answers to the laws of spirit. Nature was going to be my guide.

Spirituality in Reality has been a journey. I am a small town guy from outback Australia and that doesn’t seem like the sort of place the next messiah is going to come from. So I’m not that. I simply needed a nuts and bolts, real world, roll your sleeves up, in your bones, spirituality that could be applied everywhere – in personal life
mastery as well as global economics and leadership.

By using Mother Nature as my teacher I have unravelled the secrets that are so hidden in complexity. Simplicity is at the heart of spirituality and nature gives us her guidance in very simple terms. The laws of nature must be the same as the laws of creation –universal principles separated from any denominational attachment,
immune from human desires and manipulations, just raw and natural, honest, simple and awesomely powerful.

Chris Walker
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