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A guru from South Korea shares the groundbreaking solution to building your fortune using your emotion and opens the door to a new world full of hope and prosperity. When Wharton MBA Jooyun Hong went searching for the key to increasing wealth in a time of growing inequality, she did not expect to find herself studying under a famed and fascinating guru, known for advising t A guru from South Korea shares the groundbreaking solution to building your fortune using your emotion and opens the door to a new world full of hope and prosperity. When Wharton MBA Jooyun Hong went searching for the key to increasing wealth in a time of growing inequality, she did not expect to find herself studying under a famed and fascinating guru, known for advising the 1% of South Korea. She now shares what she learned from the guru in this life-changing narrative, and it starts with a simple emotion she calls Having. Suh Yoon Lee, a magnetic woman in her thirties, was identified as a guru at the age of six and set off on a course of study ranging from classical Asian texts to economics to an analysis of 100,000 case studies to reveal the true secrets of growing rich. A bestselling author and insightful thinker sought after by the richest people in the nation, Suh Yoon Lee retreated into seclusion, troubled by the impact her guidance to the wealthy may have on income disparity. When Jooyun wrote to the guru for an interview, Suh Yoon invited her to Lake Como, Italy. There, they started a conversation about how everyday people can achieve their financial goals more easily and quickly by living in synch with their true emotions. In destinations ranging from Paris to Kyoto, this philosophical journey lays out a framework for achieving an empowered relationship with money. The guru has found that almost everyone has the capacity to earn 3 to 7 million dollars--and some have a capacity for much more. As Jooyun applies the guru's practical but revolutionary insights to her everyday life--including journaling about the emotions that accompany spending money--she experiences a transformation of her mood, fulfillment, and ultimately, her net worth. By changing your emotions about money, you can make every purchase a step toward becoming your true self. Having is the power that attracts wealth, and this incredible series of lessons will guide you to claim that power in your own life. Learn to feel what you already have, and you'll be able to have so much more.


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A guru from South Korea shares the groundbreaking solution to building your fortune using your emotion and opens the door to a new world full of hope and prosperity. When Wharton MBA Jooyun Hong went searching for the key to increasing wealth in a time of growing inequality, she did not expect to find herself studying under a famed and fascinating guru, known for advising t A guru from South Korea shares the groundbreaking solution to building your fortune using your emotion and opens the door to a new world full of hope and prosperity. When Wharton MBA Jooyun Hong went searching for the key to increasing wealth in a time of growing inequality, she did not expect to find herself studying under a famed and fascinating guru, known for advising the 1% of South Korea. She now shares what she learned from the guru in this life-changing narrative, and it starts with a simple emotion she calls Having. Suh Yoon Lee, a magnetic woman in her thirties, was identified as a guru at the age of six and set off on a course of study ranging from classical Asian texts to economics to an analysis of 100,000 case studies to reveal the true secrets of growing rich. A bestselling author and insightful thinker sought after by the richest people in the nation, Suh Yoon Lee retreated into seclusion, troubled by the impact her guidance to the wealthy may have on income disparity. When Jooyun wrote to the guru for an interview, Suh Yoon invited her to Lake Como, Italy. There, they started a conversation about how everyday people can achieve their financial goals more easily and quickly by living in synch with their true emotions. In destinations ranging from Paris to Kyoto, this philosophical journey lays out a framework for achieving an empowered relationship with money. The guru has found that almost everyone has the capacity to earn 3 to 7 million dollars--and some have a capacity for much more. As Jooyun applies the guru's practical but revolutionary insights to her everyday life--including journaling about the emotions that accompany spending money--she experiences a transformation of her mood, fulfillment, and ultimately, her net worth. By changing your emotions about money, you can make every purchase a step toward becoming your true self. Having is the power that attracts wealth, and this incredible series of lessons will guide you to claim that power in your own life. Learn to feel what you already have, and you'll be able to have so much more.

30 review for The Having: The Secret Art of Feeling and Growing Rich

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tony WANG

    Pro tip: never believe a word from someone who labeled themselves as a “guru”. What a bunch of bullocks. I can almost certain that this author is a hoax. Most of her stories are extremely vague with no specifics but frictional characters i.e. “there was once an entrepreneur.. some cases.. a comedian.. a man.. a woman.." blablabla and countless more stupid made up examples. Why are there so much debt in this world? Ignorants who pay money to listen/read self-proclaimed “gurus” like this one. Ther Pro tip: never believe a word from someone who labeled themselves as a “guru”. What a bunch of bullocks. I can almost certain that this author is a hoax. Most of her stories are extremely vague with no specifics but frictional characters i.e. “there was once an entrepreneur.. some cases.. a comedian.. a man.. a woman.." blablabla and countless more stupid made up examples. Why are there so much debt in this world? Ignorants who pay money to listen/read self-proclaimed “gurus” like this one. There are indeed many examples in this book about Chinese characters and its intriguing philosophical meanings. But look, if you are interested and fascinated by the thousands and thousands years of wisdom, go and explore Chinese the language instead. Watch out for all the fake reviews and their Youtube propaganda clips. In a nutshell, be content with what you have. There you have it. The whole gist of the book in one short and sweet sentence.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Superbunny

    same message abraham-hicks and joe dispenza have been teaching for years, so nothing new here. it's a feel-good book though, i enjoyed it. same message abraham-hicks and joe dispenza have been teaching for years, so nothing new here. it's a feel-good book though, i enjoyed it.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jenn

    I won a copy of this book. Easy, quick read. When you buy something, the feeling at the moment of owning that thing, is "Having". Also, appreciate what you have. Stop trying to keep up with the neighbors. Mix this book with that show from Netflix (something about "sparking joy") and you've got yourself a fantastic way to spend a rainy day. I won a copy of this book. Easy, quick read. When you buy something, the feeling at the moment of owning that thing, is "Having". Also, appreciate what you have. Stop trying to keep up with the neighbors. Mix this book with that show from Netflix (something about "sparking joy") and you've got yourself a fantastic way to spend a rainy day.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Terry Kim

    Not gonna lie, I wanted to finish this book quickly so I could move on to a different book. I love the concept behind this book, Law of Attraction, where "what you think becomes true". In fact, this book tries to be like one of my favourite books - 'Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill'. However, this book comes a lot closer to 'The Secret' book, where many feel-good stories are told, nothing in-depth and any difficult details are omitted. I.e. it is very woo-woo. The book is about 50% practicin Not gonna lie, I wanted to finish this book quickly so I could move on to a different book. I love the concept behind this book, Law of Attraction, where "what you think becomes true". In fact, this book tries to be like one of my favourite books - 'Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill'. However, this book comes a lot closer to 'The Secret' book, where many feel-good stories are told, nothing in-depth and any difficult details are omitted. I.e. it is very woo-woo. The book is about 50% practicing the "Having" mindset (where you correct your relationship with money and feel that you deserve it) and 50% about how great the Guru is (who teaches the author). My criticism is that they oversold the Guru way too much that I felt skepticism growing in me the more I read. Below are few things mentioned about Guru that made me feel this way: -Guru, since age of 6 had a knack for Financial knowledge / Mystical powers and just knew how to become wealthy... (gosh I wonder what I was doing at age 6, probably eating dirt off playground) -Business owners would visit the Guru when she was age 10 to ask for advice on their business (imagine being an investor to find out that the CEO visited a 10 year old girl to ask for Business advice... imagine being the dad of the 10 year old girl and having weird business man ask your daughter for advice? I'd be very suspicious) -Guru has studied many rich people and financial markets. It is stated that she was well-versed in Stock Market, Real Estate and Commodities. I think it is fascinating to be knowledgeable in one of these but all of them? Come on. Guru also gives out relationship advice (i.e. do this and you'll meet your future husband). -Guru is in hiding of people who want to ask her for advice. However, Guru makes time for the author and gives her all the advice she needs to write this book. -Guru has helped many people in Financial Markets. Not always but Financial Market could be a Zero-Sum Game (if someone wins then someone is losing). If she helped two competitors, would both of them become rich? Will it be a battle of the Having thoughts? This review kind of became a rant, but I really do believe in Law of Attraction and the positive effects of "Having" mindset. However, this book does not detail that success and wealth isn't just a positive mindset alone but the daily grind, up & down days, resilience and passion, it does not even try to help you to cultivate skills/mindset to make money but rather just receive money. It touches very briefly on meditation, Tao Te Ching and being in the present moment but not merely enough. I think for anyone who has never read a Law of Attraction book might find this interesting, but there are books that do it better (Ask and it is given, Master Key Systems, Think and Grow Rich, Tao Te Ching and Zen Buddhism books). There's so much more than money to Law of Attraction. I understand this book is targeting the major population with "money" but I feel it had potential for a lot more!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sohreal

    I was attracted by the flashy red cover and unique title when I saw this book. I opened the cover without expecting much. But whoa! I was immersed in the book in no time at all. It reminded me of the first time I read Harry Potter. I learned later on that the person leading me into this book was Suh Yoon herself. She seemed like a younger, female, and most importantly real version of Dumbledore. So powerful and fantastic. I feel as if she provided me with positive insight not only on how to be w I was attracted by the flashy red cover and unique title when I saw this book. I opened the cover without expecting much. But whoa! I was immersed in the book in no time at all. It reminded me of the first time I read Harry Potter. I learned later on that the person leading me into this book was Suh Yoon herself. She seemed like a younger, female, and most importantly real version of Dumbledore. So powerful and fantastic. I feel as if she provided me with positive insight not only on how to be wealthy but also on how to live life to the fullest. This lady has solely shaped my view of the world. Suh Yoon seemed warm and protective like no one else. Just as Harry Potter depended on Dumbledore, I now depend on her. Just thinking about her puts my mind at ease as she is my tower of strength. You can discover this magic for yourself! All you need to do is make a grab for the book; no one will make the grab for you.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    I found this one a little strange but I didn’t hate it. I do like the underlying philosophy of focusing on what you have and practicing gratitude, etc., good advice for life in general curiously applied to personal finance.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Phil Wu

    A little hokey but I liked it

  8. 4 out of 5

    Paige Etheridge

    Wow! I felt this book in my heart chakra. I was looking for the lessons of abudance. I've read other books on finances and talked to wealthy people, but something wasn't clicking. I saw a post by Joe Vitale about this book and two days later it was in my hands. I had an unbelievable healing experience and things are clicking. Are there cheesy/silly moments? Totally. But that doesn't mean this book is any less valuable. Plus I was lucky enough to read this while still in my Saturn Return. But any Wow! I felt this book in my heart chakra. I was looking for the lessons of abudance. I've read other books on finances and talked to wealthy people, but something wasn't clicking. I saw a post by Joe Vitale about this book and two days later it was in my hands. I had an unbelievable healing experience and things are clicking. Are there cheesy/silly moments? Totally. But that doesn't mean this book is any less valuable. Plus I was lucky enough to read this while still in my Saturn Return. But anyone at any age can benefit. If you haven't jived with financial or life lesson books before, read this one. It's an easy read with great settings and cool references. The examples and old says add to the feel too. I haven't read too many Korean authors so the vibe was new but I loved it! I am so grateful for this book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Book Chui

    I'm not a big fan of novels or story-format books but this one is an exception. It's an Eastern skew of 'The Secret' which, as a whole, allows you to connect a few more dots in life. It also is very detailed in its observations of the different scenes which is probably a journalistic thing or walking the talk in terms of 'having' . It also employs a lot of metaphors to help the reader reflect. Easy to read and digest. A good reminder of the power of emotions as an enabler. I'm not a big fan of novels or story-format books but this one is an exception. It's an Eastern skew of 'The Secret' which, as a whole, allows you to connect a few more dots in life. It also is very detailed in its observations of the different scenes which is probably a journalistic thing or walking the talk in terms of 'having' . It also employs a lot of metaphors to help the reader reflect. Easy to read and digest. A good reminder of the power of emotions as an enabler.

  10. 4 out of 5

    JUSTINE KINCH

    This was a very interesting book. Most books on how to get rich are all about saving money and doing things that most people can't do or understand. This is a book for everyone and anyone can follow how this method works. I took a bit longer to read and review this book as I wanted to see if this process works. It works at any age, anytime, anywhere, and everywhere. This book was also fun to read. This was a very interesting book. Most books on how to get rich are all about saving money and doing things that most people can't do or understand. This is a book for everyone and anyone can follow how this method works. I took a bit longer to read and review this book as I wanted to see if this process works. It works at any age, anytime, anywhere, and everywhere. This book was also fun to read.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sury Lee

    I'll say this book is similar at some sense to Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by Harv Eker. However this book reveals more and explains how the emotionality brings prosperity. You can learn the importance of the emotion, even if you are not yet interested in being rich. I like the way this book because it was written in a form of a dialogue: A Guru and an apprentice. It's easy to follow step by step as the apprentice was writing as a perspective of the beginner. I'll say this book is similar at some sense to Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by Harv Eker. However this book reveals more and explains how the emotionality brings prosperity. You can learn the importance of the emotion, even if you are not yet interested in being rich. I like the way this book because it was written in a form of a dialogue: A Guru and an apprentice. It's easy to follow step by step as the apprentice was writing as a perspective of the beginner.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Gray

    I interpreted this book as another way to practice LOA. The basic reminders are immersed in practicing gratitude for what one has in the present. Albeit the case studies provided are vague, I appreciated the different approach to gratitude because it is through this connection that we are able to create a high vibrating conduit for energy to create the currency for our reality. Overall I like the book and recommend it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Li

    Oh God, I just can't bring myself to read this book. The first two chapters were completely useless - what is the author trying to tell us? The opening of the 3rd chapter again started with all the praises - "someone at a multinational corporation was fired because they couldn't get an appointment with her" - a 30 yo guru whom I had to triple check to make sure she's not some KPop star. Oh give me a break, yes this might work for a cult, but not for me thank you very much. Oh God, I just can't bring myself to read this book. The first two chapters were completely useless - what is the author trying to tell us? The opening of the 3rd chapter again started with all the praises - "someone at a multinational corporation was fired because they couldn't get an appointment with her" - a 30 yo guru whom I had to triple check to make sure she's not some KPop star. Oh give me a break, yes this might work for a cult, but not for me thank you very much.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Thuan

    fantastic book, i love it thank you so much for writing this book. i felt so much better as soon as i started reading this book. being given guidance on appreciating what i have has made my days so much happier and i feel my life is on an infinitely better path due to this book. possibly my favourite book ever, i cant thank you enough for writing it.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Hazel

    I absolutely love the philosophy behind Having! To me its quite mindshifting in the way I feel about spending money. Absolutely giving this a try in practice. Today it already worked. When I bought something for my son with the best intention, feeling no sorrow about spending the money, I suddenly got a gift for free at the counter!!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Catarina Brandão

    This is a good book to everyone that needs to change its connection with money. Very spiritual and with good insights. It's an easy reading. I've enjoyed reading it and I will remember and try as much as I can to practice Having because it can really change your life and your relationship with money. This is a good book to everyone that needs to change its connection with money. Very spiritual and with good insights. It's an easy reading. I've enjoyed reading it and I will remember and try as much as I can to practice Having because it can really change your life and your relationship with money.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Bongjun Kwak

    I found it a bit vague however it gives me a chance to think of what I have instead of what I don't have. Which is a very important factor to advance in your life. We all can complain about the ones I don't have or things that irritate me from what I need to focus on. In fact, it is still a way better to be positive rather than sitting and complaining about negative thoughts. I found it a bit vague however it gives me a chance to think of what I have instead of what I don't have. Which is a very important factor to advance in your life. We all can complain about the ones I don't have or things that irritate me from what I need to focus on. In fact, it is still a way better to be positive rather than sitting and complaining about negative thoughts.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Esther Park

    Changes your mindset Loved it! It was a good read (finished I’m about three days) I’m glad I picked this book up in my twenties. Post grad life is confusing, but Suh Yoon’s wisdom tells me to not be anxious and impatient! Love the read can’t wait to practice these nuggets of wisdom

  19. 5 out of 5

    Alex Bourque

    This book explains the law of attraction in simple, easy to understand ways, without making you feel judged for not getting it right immediately. Hong employs a gentle style and clear examples to convey this wisdom. Great read!

  20. 4 out of 5

    JK Reed

    Gratitude is key The message is surely a 5 star notion. And though it was a pleasant read (as in many texts) there's a fair amount of less than essential fluff. That said I can't recommend the book highly enough. It's all in the mind and heart. BELIEVE! Gratitude is key The message is surely a 5 star notion. And though it was a pleasant read (as in many texts) there's a fair amount of less than essential fluff. That said I can't recommend the book highly enough. It's all in the mind and heart. BELIEVE!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michael Doherty

    Clear and concise Really enjoyed this book and finished it in less than a day so that about says it all. It’s straightforward and easy to read and full of the essentials. Thank you.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Burns

    Three key learnings from this book. 1. If you focus on what you have right now, you can feel profound joy and abundance. 2. Pay attention to your instincts, and they'll keep guiding you in the right direction. 3. If you enjoy your money with positive energy, you will certainly draw in more money. Three key learnings from this book. 1. If you focus on what you have right now, you can feel profound joy and abundance. 2. Pay attention to your instincts, and they'll keep guiding you in the right direction. 3. If you enjoy your money with positive energy, you will certainly draw in more money.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Victoria

    Loved the parable-like presentation of the concepts. Presented in an easy read style. The reader can choose the depth they wish to submerge. It’s a mindset re-set.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Barb Wild

    Money money money...that is all this girl thinks about. Short book. Interesting and easy read, makes you think about how you want to fill your life with RICH things.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Myka

    This book was helpful in understanding real joy from social joy. Some of the examples might be odd but otherwise there are great tips.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Khong Yuen

    Focus on what you have, not what you lack!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Nowatzke

    I didn't find the book revolutionary but I enjoyed some of the perspective. Essentially recognizing what you have, manifesting, making smarter shopping decisions based on if you really want/need something or if you're emotionally purchasing. I didn't find the book revolutionary but I enjoyed some of the perspective. Essentially recognizing what you have, manifesting, making smarter shopping decisions based on if you really want/need something or if you're emotionally purchasing.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    This will go down as one of my favorites. The author kept me engaged throughout, plus it has financial wisdom we should all practice.

  29. 5 out of 5

    hanu kim

    The author is in love with this guru lady. She loves drinking coffee. This is all I gained from this terrible read.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Milan

    emotion what you say give and get escape the matrix

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