Now, if what you want is to feel more in peace and quiet, I invite you to try to see how These beliefs to which we have clung throughout our lives, may actually be false and see what the real relationship between money and your well-being and happiness here I share with you some evidence of how these beliefs can be false: I need money so I feel calm and secure. -Many millionaires suffering from worries and fears with regard to its financial security, as well as many people with few or without resources living calm and happy with their lives. Of course there is also the opposite, there are many millionaires who are quiet and persons without resources who feel unhappy, but that is precisely the point, there is a real connection between the money and the tranquillity or welfare of these people. -Imagine that someone has all of his money invested in shares and suddenly the shares fall and lose that money from one moment to another. That person, until you are not aware that it lost money still feel quiet because he thinks they have it. The thought that has money keeps him quiet, when in reality, that money is no longer so, if outside money the true cause of your security and tranquility, just lost the money, that person should also have lost at the same time your tranquility but not so, only when it becomes aware of the loss and his mind tells him that this is terrible, is that you lose your peace of mind I need money to enjoy life more and be happy – do you know of people who have more money than you and that? apparently do you enjoy life less than you? And vice versa, do you know people with less money than you and that however seems to enjoy more than life? Looks real examples in your life, take your time you can see then, how her happiness has nothing to do with the money?, if it were so, all those who have more money that you would necessarily have to be happier and vice versa and do not happen – can remember any time that you had more money than you have now, but don’t you feel happier than now? And can think in a? moment in which you had less money than you have now and however do you feel happier than now? Recognize those moments will help you to see that happiness is not governed by the amount of money you have – think of the things that have brought more joy to your life. Check out Michellene Davis for additional information.