Abundance isn't just about having a lot of having plenty of money. At its most basic level, abundance is about a flow of energy in all areas of your life. We are meant to live joyfully, and prosperously, and we are meant to grow happily and keep on doing so. This is what real life is like.
And you will not have your ideal scene, if you are holding on to ideas and beliefs of scarcity - poverty consciousness.
All these will do is create fear and limitation and stop the energy from flowing in your life. From this arises a life where you soon hit glass ceilings, and a life which you can't bite into or feel satisfied in. A wishy-washy existence at best.
Abundance consciousness is the opposite. It is believing that you deserve the very best and that the Universe has the capacity to deliver it. It is a life where everything works, all your needs are met, answers and resources are provided, android life flows wonderfully. When you start to employ abundance consciousness, you activate an 'opening up of life' process, which is very exciting and joyful.
So start developing an abundance consciousness in your life now, and stuck areas will start to move in ways they have never done before.
Affirm (many times a day): I DESERVE ABUNDANCE.
Thank you for your advice Sir Springtime.
Laura V, are we not here to help each other?? Its always good to receive help and guidance.
Well said! I love the abundance consciousness :)
Thank you Sir Springtime, I already do a gratitude journal, it helps to keep me positive and really seeing life for what it is. I appreciate your advice too :D Blessings
I have kept up giving in this way since I wrote this post, and the things I have received in return have been fairly consistent too. I have been given money towards holidays, had things like repairs done free of charge or had them paid for me, and my company has been very consistent with its pay rises. Even now during lockdown, when hardly anywhere can trade normally, I managed to get a 15% pay rise for going out on redeployment to other branches, so it still shows that giving is its own reward.