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CONVERSATION WITH…. JIM SELF AND AUTHOR, AYMAN SAWAF

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CONVERSATION WITH…. JIM SELF AND VISIONARY ENTREPRENEUR AND AUTHOR, AYMAN SAWAF ON SACRED COMMERCE

 

As 3rd dimensional world economics crumble, what will the new 5th dimensional economy look like? Five thousand years ago, the Egyptians regarded commerce as a sacred practice, not just a financial transaction. It was a vehicle to raise the consciousness of individuals, the community, and was considered to be a path to self-realization.

 

From the Egyptian priesthood to the exodus of Moses, from the quests of the Knights Templar, to the advance of arts and science during the reign of the Prophet Mohammad, the mysterious secrets of sacred commerce have benefited civilizations.  Its principles are the foundation of our present ideals of democracy, equality and social responsibility.

 

In this episode of Conversation With… Jim Self and Ayman Sawaf discuss the ancient secrets of commerce that have contributed to the creation of the most successful and highly evolved societies in human history, and how this wisdom could be applied to manifest Spiritual Commerce and prosperity in our personal lives and for the world at large.

 

Ayman Sawaf is an international visionary entrepreneur, published musician and a best-selling author. He is one of the original creators of the disciplines now known as Emotional Literacy (EL), and is an early pioneer in Emotional Intelligence (EQ), co-creator of the Four Cornerstone Model and its application in business - as illustrated in his book with Dr. Robert Cooper, “Executive EQ.” Ayman’s latest book Sacred Commerce: The Rise of the Global Citizen, co-authored with his wife Rowan Gabrielle, reverses the common assumption that business and spirituality are mutually opposed, and instead looks at business as a path of destiny.

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