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Business and spirituality – the path to prosperity – part 2

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Master Choa Kok Sui explains that you need these seven rays or seven different viewpoints in your company. This model when followed gives the power to be more successful. These seven aspects need to be integrated into every business strategically also. Each ray has a different way of doing things and sees things differently – so balancing these energies in the business is essential for its survival.


Spiritual business management is the art of synthesising spiritual principles into everyday business practices.

However using these powerful sacred techniques need not imply that people should transform their offices into temples.

The real focus is to grow spiritually and to consciously create more prosperity into the business – while simultaneously harmonising human relationships through the application of advanced esoteric technologies.

Once learned, it is easy to begin to develop and implement plans that will lead to maximised results, and that will magnetise goodwill into a person’s life and business practices.

Using esoteric secrets to manage success

While it is common knowledge that many leaders have used the ‘Art of War’ to formulate powerful business strategies, it is also possible to utilise esoteric knowledge regarding ‘the seven rays’ of the Theosophical tradition. These ‘rays’ represent the different aspects or qualities of every individual. They are like the ‘personality traits of the soul’. Alice Bailey referred to them as esoteric psychology.

Every person will reflect the characteristics of one of these seven rays more than the others and can be better understood with this spiritual technology.

Managers can utilise this wisdom so that talent can be wisely employed in order to produce the greatest effect. It empowers the manager with a more accurate perception of the traits of the people they deal with. Fewer conflicts arise and placement of workers can be done with greater precision and positive outcome, thereby saving precious time which usually equates to greater profit. This can give the business an enormous edge.

Master Choa Kok Sui explains that you need these seven rays or seven different viewpoints in your company. This model when followed gives the power to be more successful. These seven aspects need to be integrated into every business strategically also. Each ray has a different way of doing things and sees things differently – so balancing these energies in the business is essential for its survival.

“According to ancient esoteric teachings, management through the seven rays reflects the seven energies utilized in the process of creation. If you want to be successful, copy the management system of God!”
Master Choa Kok Sui

Timing in business and the law of cycles

The Kabbalah also guides us in business through knowing and understanding the powerful law of ‘universal cycles’.

Master Choa Kok Sui explains that everything in the universe is guided by cycles, everything is subject to change. Maintaining ‘right timing’ can help us determine when it is the ‘best time’ to make certain management or business decisions. It is also crucial to understand when energetically the law of cycle is telling us to wait, as these periods may be detrimental to certain business activities. Timing is a critical factor.

Kabbalistic cycles are not based on astrology; they are however a method of calculation that gives an insight into when specific cosmic energies will create a strong influence on our lives.

For example, knowing when we will enter a ‘sun’ cycle and how long it will last, will give us the knowledge as to when to ask for favours or begin a new project.

Likewise if we are under another type of an influence, we find ourselves in a volatile period with the predominant energy being that of creative destruction. That is certainly NOT the time to marry, to begin a new relationship or to open a new office or to start a new project.

“After the storm comes the stillness. After the heavy rain, there is growth. After the unpleasant changes, there will be greater activity, greater success.”
– Master Choa Kok Sui

In simple terms it can be likened to knowing when to plant the seeds and when to harvest. If done at the wrong time it will not work as well. By understanding the power of these ancient universal laws, people in business have an advantage and are able to plan carefully their business activities and are able to make projections in advance through careful calculation.

The spiritual solution to stress and low energy

Stress is a major issue within business that affects results and performance. When people succumb to the influence of stress it has a very dramatic effect on an individual’s personal energy, aura and spiritual connection.

Stress sucks the energy or the ‘life’ and inspiration out of a person. An overstressed individual is no longer ‘in spirit’ and becomes disconnected from their ‘true self’ which is the place from which their highest performance originates. In athletics this is called ‘the zone’.

Typically stress will first affect a major energy centre called the solar plexus. This energy centre is of great importance because it influences the major organs of the body including the heart. Too much stress may not only cause physical symptoms but may also manifest outwardly in negative emotions such as frustration, anger, and emotional outbursts – either at home or in the office.
An ‘outburst’ of negative emotions often occurs due to the strong need to release negative stress energies pent-up within the system, but there are easy ways to manage this with spiritual techniques.

“To achieve calmness and stillness you must activate the Heart”
– Master Choa Kok Sui

Meditation is one of the natural balancers of stress energy. For example, the short meditation known as meditation on twin hearts (which is similar to metta meditation in the Buddhist tradition) is a powerful technique, which activates both the heart energy centre and crown energy centres of a practitioner.

Energetically a person is transformed because of the activation of these two energy centres. This creates a deep sense of calmness and inner peace. Thereby an individual is permitted to allow negative energies to be consciously released into positive actions, rather than into negative reactions.

The energy of the heart is like a ‘key to the door’ that permits our spiritual connection to be rapidly and dramatically increased. The result of the balancing of these energies is that a strong down-pouring of divine energy enters into the practitioner.

As this divine energy floods the aura and energy centres of the meditator, it disintegrates substantial degrees of stress energy and creates a cleansing or flushing effect that releases the negative energies and pent-up emotions from the system of the practitioner.

In some parts of Europe they have begun to train employees to increase their personal energy level by using short meditational techniques, simple yogic breathing techniques and through using fast self-healing energy techniques such as pranic healing.

These techniques are highly beneficial in combating the negative effects of stress energy in the workplace and home environment.

Additionally, an ancient yogic technique for energising the brain, termed by Master Choa Kok Sui as “super brain yoga”, may be used to overcome stress.

The practice of this technique takes only 60 seconds a day. Research has shown super brain yoga to balance and synchronise both the left and right hemispheres of the brain, to increase clarity of thought, intuition, concentration and alertness within a very short period of time.

When we practise these spiritual techniques and follow the universal laws it naturally aligns us with our highest good and ‘highest’ self. So, when we use this great wealth and knowledge in our businesses today, it naturally also creates an enriching environment and aligns our efforts towards greater prosperity and success.

Charlotte Anderson a well recognised and international instructor of Master Choa Kok Sui’s teachings. She is also the compiler, transcriber and editor of Master Choa Kok Sui’s recent books. For over 12 years she travelled the globe as the spiritual consort (guru padman) of Master Choa Kok Sui.

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