The Four Noble Truths of Wealth: The Path to Genuine Prosperity

Layth Matthews

February 20–22, 2015

Tuition $225 + 2 nights


The way we think about wealth affects our personal experience and our world dramatically. Yet we rarely contemplate the heart of prosperity, which may be why it feels like we are running in place personally, and accelerating toward crisis globally. During this enriching retreat, we will explore how the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism can help us find confidence within ourselves and develop a connection between contemplative practice and a wealthy outlook. Through this fresh perspective we can make more accurate financial decisions, magnetize genuine prosperity into our lives, and extend compassion to others in many ways, including through the economy.

Check out the video clip below, and click here for our full interview with Layth

Layth Matthews

Layth Matthews is the author of The Four Noble Truths of Wealth: a Buddhist view of economic life. He is a Shambhala Buddhist teacher, economist, and a financial professional. He lives in Victoria, British Columbia with his wife and three children.

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