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What do yoga and financial success have in common? Along the yogic path of self-inquiry, we may begin to see that what we believe inwardly is what we experience outwardly. The degree to which we find it difficult to unconditionally love outwardly reflects the degree to which we don’t experience this inwardly. To love and value ourselves and others is the key to financial success.Why do so many of us live in a state of perceived not-enough-ness, not-okay-ness? Why do we feel like we don’t deserve to enjoy abundance? “[We are] limiting beliefs,” answers Blayney White, who draws from sixteen years of financial experience, an MBA from U.C. Berkeley and eighteen years of spiritual practices. In the yoga community, sometimes the spiritual ideals themselves are the limiting beliefs.