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The Art of Money: A Life-Changing Guide to Financial Happiness Hardcover – June 14, 2016
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"Bari Tessler does an exquisite job of addressing the elephant in the room for so many of us: money. The Art of Money offers a fresh perspective and makes the daunting topic of money approachable and, I dare say, fun!" -- Farnoosh Torabi, When She Makes More and Psych Yourself Rich
"The Art of Money is a must-read. I've always said, "if you don't deal with money, your money will deal with you." Bari's heart-felt stories and practical approach will give you just what you need to get a handle on money. Bravo!" -- Barbara Stanny, Author of Overcoming Underearning and Sacred Success: A Course in Financial Miracles
"Bari Tessler adds an exciting, important voice to the money conversation. She beckons us to begin a healing journey into more mindfulness, peace, and joy around money that will reach into every aspect of life. At once spiritual and practical, this is the education we've been waiting for." -- Lynne Twist, Author of The Soul of Money
"Reading The Art of Money is like being brought into conversation with the most loving and wise money guide you can imagine. This book will be useful for everyone, but I am particularly excited about it's potential to empower women around this critical part of our lives that we often avoid or neglect. Through this book, Bari has completely changed the way I understand my relationship to money, for the much, much better." - Tara Mohr, Author of Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create and Lead
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This is the book your money-savvy best friend, therapist, and accountant would write if they could.
- Will help you create a new, refreshingly honest relationship with money
- Includes tools and resources for expanding financial literacy and money savvy
- Founded in mindfulness, compassion, depth, smarts, and creativity
- Introduces a unique doorway to personal growth
- Honors emotional depths, sacredness, and individuality
- Shares grounded, daily practices for increased awareness around money
- Nurturing, gentle, and un-shaming
- Advice is playful, creative, and trustworthy
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Thank you, Bari for writing a book on money I can read and therefore, learn!
Bari's opening invites a turning of our attention towards the elephant in the room. In this case, our money stories, habits, fears, and the many, many layers to each of these. Turning the pages, and being blessed to have particiated in Bari's Art of Money community, I watch my elephant (or what feel like heards of them sometimes!) appear in my conscious knowing, then get unshamed by being called into practical and honest conversations with these parts of myself and sharing in my family and community. Here, we unite our elephants! The force of this generates new patterns, bigger solutions-oriented questions to play with, and space for nurturing, honoring-self and dreaming into a fuller potential of our own life story.
My suggestion: read the book, continue to look for the elephants in your life, find 1-2 people (maybe a book circle?) to share the questions and insights that arise, paint your elephants with colors, ride them, let them take you on adventures through the jungle of your money story, and come to love yourself deeper and with more value than ever before. The jewels are ours to find within. Bari's book just offers a gracious guide to paths often untraveled.