It’s a pretty universal problem that nearly everyone struggles with.
What you may NOT know, however, is your relationship with money is directly tied to your relationship with your life.
Actually, it’s even deeper than that.
Your relationship with your money MIRRORS your relationship with your life.
Which means if you’re unhappy with your money, then you’re likely unhappy with at least some aspects of your life.
(And, no, not just the money part.)
To understand this, let’s look at the REAL reason why you struggle with money.
Unhappy money? What’s that?
Simply put, unhappy money is money you bring in through fear or fear-based emotions.
That’s what it means to have happy money.
That’s what it means to have happy money.
And the best part is when your money is happy, YOU are happy. Your life is happy. Your relationships are happy. Even the world becomes a happier place.
While money can’t buy happiness, attracting happy money into your life can certainly lead to happiness.
Listen in as Ken explains what sets his teachings apart from other money teachers. If you struggle with money, it’s likely the “missing piece” that Ken teaches is the problem.
This is the crux behind the teachings of Ken Honda, bestselling author of more than 7 million books worldwide. He has spent the past decade teaching his success and money secrets to millions of Japanese people.
But now he’s bringing those teachings to everyone who has access to a computer and internet in a very special 4-hour virtual mini-retreat called The Happy Money Reset.
This is a rare opportunity to work directly with Ken and heal your relationship with money so only happy money finds its way into your wallet. We’re purposefully limiting the amount of attendees to make it a more intimate group experience where you’ll have the chance to ask Ken questions and even be coached by him.
Through it all, we’ll be giving you exercises designed to help you reset your brain to the “happy money frequency.” Happy money will start to become your default feeling around money.
Plus as a bonus, you’ll also receive a physical copy of Ken’s upcoming book “Happy Money” coming out June 4.
The price for the Happy Money Reset virtual mini-retreat and book is $120.
But, you’re not going to pay anywhere near that.
Your price is only $19.99.
Why so low?
Well, even though Ken is a bestselling author, having sold millions of books, this is the first time he’s going to be published in 35 countries at the same time.
So, of course this calls for a celebration!
Besides, happy money loves nothing better than a good party, so let’s make this a great one to welcome Happy Money to our wallets, our lives and the world!
Grab your seat in the Happy Money Reset Retreat here.
Now, there is one catch. Because Ken wants this to be as interactive as possible and give you a chance to ask questions and be coached, spots ARE limited. If this page is up, there’s still room, so if this is calling you, we highly encourage you to reserve your seat now.
Join Ken for the Happy Money Reset Retreat.
What Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up did for your living space, Ken Honda’s Happy Money will do for your wallet.
Ken Honda—Japan’s #1 bestselling personal development guru—knows that getting rich quick is no way to achieve happiness. 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. Now, in practical and accessible language, the “Zen millionaire” explains how to achieve peace of mind when it comes to 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!
A couple of years ago, I had a unique experience that became the inspiration for the concept and title of this book. A woman whom I had just met at a party asked if she could take a look at my wallet.
As shocking as this question might be to some, it isn’t particularly uncommon in Japanese culture to ask to see the contents of someone’s wallet. And since there were many other people in the room, I wasn’t afraid she would run away with my identity—or my money. So, with little hesitation, I handed her my leather wallet.
I was a little startled, however, when she immediately went for the cash and began taking out all the large bills.
“This one’s okay. This one’s good. This one’s good too,” she said quietly to herself as she assessed each bill. For a moment I thought she was searching for something in particular. Perhaps there are special symbols or markings on the bills? But I soon realized she wasn’t looking for anything of the sort. Then she shocked me again and began sorting the bills in a way I had never seen before.
“Good job. All of your money looks good,” she said as she put the newly organized money back into the wallet and handed it back to me.
“That’s great news,” I said, confused yet somewhat relieved to have passed her test. “But, if you don’t mind me asking, what were you looking for?” “Oh, I was checking to see whether or not your money was smiling.”
She went on to explain that money can laugh or cry depending on how it was given or received. If it is given out of guilt, anger, or sadness, the money will be “crying.” In contrast, if the money is given out of love, gratitude, or happiness, the money will be smiling—even laughing—because it will be imbued with the positive energy from the giver. Money has the ability to smile or cry? Money changes when it is given with a certain energy or feeling?
There are so many emotions wrapped up in our money! So many of us walk around with all this energy, and it impacts not only ourselves but others as well. We like to think that money is just a number or a piece of paper, but it is so much more than that. Money brings with it so many emotions—more than we even realize. Even when we are aware of it—such as when we feel stressed about our endless stacks of bills, our meager paychecks, or our lack of savings for the future—we often think we are powerless. We feel hopeless and defeated. We even feel resentful and jealous of others who have more than us. We may even give up trying to earn more or receive more. Instead we say things like: “That’s just the way it is, and there isn’t much we can do about it!” So many of us think of money as the enemy, this dark force that is keeping us from living the life we’re supposed to have or doing the things we love. So few of us see the potential that money has to bring us joy, gratitude, and happiness—especially when we give it away freely and with the same positive energy as we received it.
It is not how much you make or have that makes you have Happy Money or Unhappy Money; it is the energy in which your money is given and received that determines your flow. Even if you make a lot of money or very little, your money can be in either flow.
Ultimately, it is your choice. If you want to be in the flow of Happy Money, you can. You can choose to be grateful when you receive money and you can give generously and with joy and enthusiasm. However, based on my experience working with thousands of individuals in seminars and workshops who have come to me seeking advice about money, I realized this is easier said than done. Most people aren’t mindful of their relationship to the flow of money. In fact, I would venture to say that most people, whether they realize it or not, are already in a deeply committed, unhappy relationship with their money.