Master Padma said: When practicing the Dharma you must possess ten key points.

The Lady asked: What are the ten key points?

The master said: You must possess the key point of faith free from fluctuation, like a river.
You must possess the key point of compassion free from enmity, like the sun.
You must possess the key point of generosity free from prejudice, like a spring of drinking water.
You must possess the key point of samaya free from flaws, like a crystal ball.
You must possess the key point of the view free from partiality, like space.
You must possess the key point of meditation free from being clarified or obscured, like the sky at dawn.
You must possess the key point of conduct free from adopting or avoiding, like dogs and pigs.
You must possess the key point of fruition free from abandonment or attainment, like arriving at an island of precious gold.
You must yearn for the Dharma like a starving person yearning for food or a thirsty man seeking water.

In any case, it seems that people only avoid practicing the Dharma as the main point, taking instead wealth as their focus. You cannot bring your wealth along at the time of death, so make sure not to go to the lower realms.

Dakini Teachings, A Collection of Padmasamhava’s Advice to the Dakini Yeshe Tsogyal, translated by Erik Pema Kunsang