Introducing Inner Wealth Real: Reality, Energy, Attitude, Life

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G’day. Today, I want to talk to you about a new product called Inner Wealth Real, R-E-A-L, which stands for Reality, Energy, Attitude, and Life. This program is designed to be conducted one-on-one, as that’s definitely the way I prefer to do things. My approach has evolved over more than 25 years, back when I ran conferences and retreats at various centres like Camp Eden in Canada, Bali, the U.S., and, of course, Australia.

The Evolution of Group Learning

Running these retreats was a glorious opportunity to speak en masse to people. Each participant would get 30 to 40 hours of my time over a long weekend. It was a really enjoyable process, filled with a sense of community and collectivity. However, what bugged me about this approach was that every individual hears something different and unique. If I say the sky’s blue, each person perceives their own shade of blue.

As I travelled around the world conducting these workshops, I met many other keynote speakers who promised to change people’s lives in a weekend for a hefty fee. Interestingly, I also met long-term students of these teachers who had been studying their teachings for 10 to 15 years, spending significant amounts of money and energy. Some of these long-term students even became teachers themselves.

The Reality Check

What I observed in real life was quite eye-opening. Despite their long-term commitment, these students were still facing the same issues: depression, illness, business failures, relationship breakups, and more. The promises made by these inspirational teachings were often fictitious, even if the work was inspiring.

I had to step back and ask myself, “What’s really going on?” When you put a group of people in a room, they often come to a common mindset, even if it’s wrong. They start agreeing with each other simply because it’s a collective environment. This observation led me to believe that personal development needs to be one-on-one to be truly effective.

Breaking Away from Paradigms

The second important thing is to avoid buying into paradigms. Life’s challenges often stem from adhering to paradigms, and adopting someone else’s paradigm only entraps us further. The goal of personal development is to break away from these paradigms. To do this, we need to find something beyond human constructs.

Every religion, law, moral ethic, code, behaviour, program, and book is a paradigm. These are placebos that create the illusion of truth when enough people believe in them. This doesn’t mean they’re healthy or inspiring. True transformation happens when we are real and in tune with nature.

Nature as the Ultimate Guru

When people are in nature, they change. At Camp Eden, people arrived stressed and agitated but transformed within 24 hours. Nature has no paradigm, and being in nature means being real. There’s nothing to block you, nothing to disguise or manipulate. It’s an authentic experience.

Nature isn’t just a setting; it’s a teacher. The universal laws I teach aren’t found in books—they’re found in trees, grass, and how the world works. These principles are constant, whether on Mars, at the edge of a black hole, or in your daily life. They’re real and applicable, not theoretical.

Bringing Nature Home

My mission is to bring the Himalayas into people’s lives. I want to recreate the transformative power of nature in everyday environments. When people go on a nature retreat, they return rejuvenated but soon fall back into old patterns as city life takes over. I aim to prevent this by embedding the harmony and rhythm of nature into daily life so people can maintain that sense of well-being and vitality.

The Impact of Inner Wealth Real

Inner Wealth Real is about being in nature and aligning with its laws. It’s about becoming visionary, balanced, inspired, confident, and peaceful. It’s about bringing nature’s benefits into the city and breaking free from paradigms. It’s about being real.

The Challenge of Staying Real in Modern Life

Cultures, company, corporate, and community cultures can take over, causing us to lose our realness. This is why I coach one-on-one—to ensure that the learning is implemented and applied consistently until it becomes second nature. This practice helps you become the calm centre of any storm, staying grounded and real amidst the chaos.

There’s nothing more important than being real and understanding your magnificent self. You don’t need expensive conferences or seminars to achieve this. Being real means recognising that your expectations, often shaped by paradigms, block your true self. Living in the real world means being authentic to yourself despite external constructs.

Embracing Realness Beyond Techniques

It’s not about meditation, breathing practices, mindfulness, or motivation techniques. While these can be enjoyable, they are not the key to discovering your real self. Pursuing them as the ultimate path to realness can lead to further entrapment in paradigms.

The essence of being real is feeling comfortable, committed, and fulfilled. It’s about waking up each day knowing you are genuinely you and understanding that everything in life is part of nature’s flow. This understanding makes you less reactive, more centred, and more confident. It enhances your productivity, happiness, and love for life.

Conclusion: A Call to Authentic Living

In this era of AI and mass-produced self-help content, it’s crucial to cut through the noise and embrace genuine, nature-based self-awareness. Inner Wealth Real aims to help you become your best self: visionary, content, peaceful, generous, kind, productive, and full of love.

Thank you for joining me today. If you enjoyed this, please give it a thumbs up or share it with someone else. Let’s work together to bring real, honest, and nature-based awareness into our lives. This is Chris, signing off. Have a great day. Bye for now.

 

 

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