Is It Time to Maro Up? Why the "Maro Up" Philosophy May Lead to Success, Wealth & Happiness by Ken Honda
Most people around the world are unfamiliar with this great man, but to put it in relative terms, he was like the Warren Buﬀett of Japan. I believe my success is a direct result of Wahei’s philosophy of saying "arigato" (thank you) consistently, and applying his "maro up" philosophy to my own life and business.
What Is Maro?
The word is short for magokoro, which means true or sincere heart in Japanese. You could say maro is strong in those who have a pure heart and lead an upright life. Even in Japanese, it’s somewhat hard to deﬁne maro, but it could be called a state of selﬂessness – the opposite of ego.
Wahei said that those who are in touch with maro always create win-win situations for themselves and the people around them. If you have a pure heart and true sincerity, not only will people treat you better, but you’ll begin to feel the whole universe support you as well.
When your maro increases, Wahei says you "maro up" and invite many miracles into your life.
When your maro increases, you may:
- Become more magnetic, both emitting and attracting positive energy. This surrounds you with good people and things you care for deeply, which then creates a cycle of happiness and abundance.
- Become more passionate and more energized to do the things you care about most. You become more intuitive, and you can choose the best way for you to live your life. And since you are doing what you love most, you are constantly opening doors to exciting new opportunities and more abundance.
- Express more gratitude for life. Say “thank you” more than ever before. Your gratitude is contagious, and you fill those around you with positive energy. As a result, others start to express gratitude and welcome more abundance into their own lives as well.
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