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69 quotes from Bruce Van Horn: 'Kid's don't care how many sermons you preach to them. The only sermon they'll hear is how you live your life in front of them.

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"When we view life from a spiritual perspective we realize that our lives are so much more than the accumulation of material possessions." ~Bruce Eric Van Horn

I said "enough is enough" a few months ago and suddenly a wide variety of books on this subject started appearing in my life. I started to look at my life as an endless cycle of yard work, house painting, decorating and cleaning. Frankly, I was spending my time in a less than spiritual way. What my soul craved was "reading," "sitting outside in the sun," "going for long walks," "cooking at a leisurely pace" and "healing my soul through books, yoga and meditation."

I just didn't know exactly where to begin. Selling our home was just the start of my journey to a higher place. It has been difficult emotionally because whenever you lose people, places or things, you are forced to grow in different directions. Growth can be painful, but is ultimately very satisfying. This week I finally feel that I am starting to bloom again. The plant that was uprooted is taking root in a new life and finally flowers are appearing here and there. God had to do some serious pruning to get me to see that my life's purpose was not to be consumed with a materialistic lifestyle.

If you are on this path or want to learn more about a "less materialistic" lifestyle, then this will be an interesting book. It is a mild introduction into various freeing concepts great thinkers of the past have put into practice in their own lives. To pursue a more spiritual existence, you almost need to lessen your materialistic distractions. You might also have to prune various elements of our life in order to move forward in a positive direction. Yes, painful at first. But I think the challenge is very exciting and freeing.

I can literally say I was in a place of emotional torment until I finally just let it all go. I released myself from the chains.

Bruce Eric Van Horn has found humor to be a great way to break through boundaries and release chains. He has created a series of books to encourage people who are facing physical, mental, emotional and economic challenges. He believes that pain can be used to help you grow. Perhaps pain is just a way of telling us we need to find a new path. That the old path has come to an end and there are only thorny bushes up ahead. We could throw ourselves into the thorn bushes or we can take the nice path down by a lake and watch sailboats using the force of the wind to speed across the water.

Eventually, the choice becomes easy. We can only take so much pain.

This series of books uses a number of different healing modalities such as art, music, yoga, meditation and humor.

Bruce addresses Materialism in this book. He also considers the following questions:

What is the real American Dream? Is it Materialism? Bruce has another idea which
makes much more sense.

What will empower you?
What is the key to financial freedom?
Where does much of our unhappiness stem from? The answer might surprise you.

The Contents Include:

1.Understanding Belief Systems that Bind Us to Materialism
2. Four Step Program for Individual and Organizational Wellness: Humor, Art, Music, Self Acceptance.
3. Relationship to Money
4. Financial Freedom
5. Enough is Enough

I enjoy listening to the CDs while looking through the books and enjoying the cartoons and visual reminders of the concepts Bruce is presenting. Bruce has a beautiful voice that is calming and healing. He also has a wicked sense of wit. I especially enjoy his "inner comic" routine.

If you are on the stress treadmill, Bruce's voice will slow you down to a peaceful state where you can evaluate your life and your purpose on the planet. He will also present some uncommon thoughts that could change your life. There are two meditations. One is a "Meditation on Thankfulness" and one is a "Sun Meditation on Wholeness."

I'd love to be in the middle of the field of wild flowers Bruce talks about in the second meditation. I'd love to have an entire CD filled with "just" meditations.

You may also enjoy these selections by the same author:

Firm Footing
Yoga for Men
Daily Yoga Class - A yoga workout on CD and a book with a creative approach to yoga.
Soy Diversity - An interesting look at how we eat.

If you enjoy this book, you might also enjoy: Walden and other Writings by Henry David Thoreau

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH shows how financial freedom really is only a belief system away. If I can go from being an obsessive spender to spending less than $100 each time I leave the house, then anyone can say "enough is enough." Moving to a smaller house where I didn't always feel stressed about decorating it to the max was my solution. However, I could use "one or two" teeny, tiny curtains. ;)

~The Rebecca Review
Enough Is Enough is the third book in the Healthy Living Wellness Program. I liked it the best of the three books I have read so far, and feel that it would be of interest to most adults who feel some financial stress in their lives.
For those who have read either of the first two books in the series, you can skip almost all of the front and back matter since it is virtually identical in the three books.
The book's basic theme is that pursuing materialism is a harmful addiction, a substitute for feeling loved. You are encouraged to meditate as a mechanism for changing your beliefs. The book contains a CD to facilitate this meditation.
As someone who has been a serious meditator for eight years, I agree that meditation is beneficial and that it also makes one less interested in material values.
To help convince you, the book uses cartoons and humor to help you see the ridiculousness of trying to gain ever more material goods.
As a substitute for a focus on materialism, you are encouraged to seek more freedom of spirit. There are a series of questions here to help you see where you may have over-invested in material goods and under-invested in freedom.
As a former CPA, Mr. Van Horn offers some sound, simple suggestions for improving your financial circumstances. Live well under your income. Pay off your credit cards. Spend some time and money improving your skills so you will have more financial choices.
As a Yoga instructor, he suggests ways to change the way you spend your time to help you achieve greater spirituality. This primarily involves giving more of yourself, and doing more of the important activities of life for yourself.
As for attitude, he deals with teenage angst about needing the latest, greatest and how to help the whole family appreciate the incredible abundance of the world we live in.
Of the three books I have read by Mr. Van Horn, this one resonates the most deeply with me.
As with the other three books, you will find ways to use humor, art, music, pets, and self-appreciation to change your own attitudes with you in charge of the change.
The lessons applied here are ones that are endorsed by Dr. Bernie Siegel based on his work with the seriously ill, an area where Mr. Van Horn has worked as well. So if you know people who are both ill and have financial issues, this book could be a life-saving gift of love from you.
After you finish reading this joyful book, I suggest that you think about all the wonderful things that no one can buy that you will always have in your life.
Using the principles of yoga, Bruce Van Horn describes life in the fast lane, that is, life in a closed circuit goin' round and round. You want those designer shoes, the house on the beach, the chick-magnet car, but each rung achieved seems not to satisfy but to provoke greater and more unsatisfying urges.
What if...enough were enough? Van Horn takes you on a tour of your inner landscape. What really would make you happy? You might be surprised that it isn't really another object, but a change in lifestyle, leading to a healthier mind, spirit and body.
Rather than a dry approach, Van Horn treats this deep subject with humor. There are cartoons and an accompanying CD of the author lecturing, again in a humorous fashion. The outcome maybe financial security and peace in a way you didn't expect.