If you’re someone who follows a spiritual or religious tradition, chances are you’ll encounter the question, “Can spirituality be incorporated into business?”
The answer is a resounding “YES”!
I’ve been there myself, where I was looking for ways to integrate my spiritual practices into my business, and it felt like an impossible goal. But, the reality is that spirituality and business go hand in hand.
When you think about it, the core of all successful businesses is a person’s desire to serve another. That’s why spirituality is the foundation of business success.
The reality is that spirituality and business go hand in hand. When you think about it, the core of all successful companies is a person’s desire to serve another. That’s why spirituality is the foundation of business success. Here’s how to find the balance between spirituality and business.
We have asked a few questions to Jasmine Moore, a spiritualist and psychic that has claimed to be the reincarnation of the legendary Elizabeth Short, also known as ‘The Black Dahlia’, who disappeared in 1947.
Can successful businesses have a spiritual foundation?
The reality is that the most successful businesses are built on a spiritual foundation. The reason being is that those who are successful in business are more concerned about serving people and helping others than they are themselves. That’s why the most successful businesses typically focus on two main areas: people and the environment. Do they make people feel good? Do they make people feel good? Does the business support people? Think about it. How do you make people feel good? Do you give them money and let them eat/drink/kill/consume? Businesses normally give people skills or tools to make their own way.
How to Incorporate Spirituality into Your Business?
When spirituality is incorporated into your business, you will align your values with your business philosophy. You can be the creator and maintainer of what you create. Let me give you some practical examples: Businesses who provide services to the spiritual community provide them with authentic and sustainable resources. These companies know that these values reflect their values and are vital for business growth. If I want to learn more about co-creating, I can find podcasts, classes, and books on YouTube. The more resources I have to use, the better I’ll be able to co-create. I can go to bookstores, teach workshops, and attend spiritual retreats to connect with people on a deeper level.
Do you have anything else to add regarding the Balance of Spirituality and Business?
Business is a vital way to serve people. It’s about creating value, providing a product or service, creating employment, creating social change, and many other great reasons. But don’t let the world confuse spirituality with business. If you commit to living an ethical and spiritual life, your business will reflect that. If you seek to achieve excellence and uplift others in your industry or business, your business will reflect that. As Abraham Lincoln said, “I believe in God as the God of my understanding, and the Christian religion as practiced by most Christians. If you’d like to know more about my thoughts on this, you can check my Instagram out.
Why is Spirituality Important in the Workplace?
Spirituality gets us out of our heads. Someday, we’ll all get old. Don’t rush it. Ultimately, you’ll be sitting on your porch, dreaming about how you’ll spend the rest of your life. But, right now, you have to get stuff done. You have to get your clients’ deals done. You have to get your children’s tuition to class. You have to get those orders to your factory before they make a liar out of you. Someday, when you get old and sit on your porch, you’re going to need your wits about you. Will you have all of your customers’ mailing information in your head? Or, will you have memorized their birthdays? Or, will you even remember what day it is?