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Abundance – What’s it to you?

by Reedz on November 26, 2016

It’s a word that reeks of New Age dogma – “Abundance”.

To someone who lives in a world where bills have to be paid and money doesn’t appear out of the sky from meditation, “abundance” can just sound plain goofy.

Abundance is a state of mind.

It is not its literal meaning, “a very large quantity of something,” or “the counting of many things.” When spiritual teachers refer to abundance, they mean that you want for nothing, and that you have everything you need right now.

Abundance pulls you into the present so that you recognize the true breadth of possibilities before you.

It’s hard for most of us to feel abundant though about our money because we’re sure we’ll never have enough of it. We’re not aware of our own financial neuroses. We accidentally live small financial lives. You want to live a big life filled with mission and purpose, but your thoughts on money stay small. You get stuck.

Abundance is your way out. Abundance allows you to mentally break from the habits you practice out of fear and insecurity about the future.

Abundance is for everyone. You may not believe it until you’ve come to terms with your own financial story, but you’re getting in your own way.

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