Thursday, April 13, 2017

How to Receive Your Abundance By Not Blocking the Way

By Richard Kent Matthews - Coach | Author | Speaker

Abundance in view!

“Courage is the capacity to confront what can be imagined.”
Leo Rosten

Abundance: A state of mind in which you are intrinsically creative. You are inherently confident that your basic needs are, and will be, met. Your inner worth is independent of your outer possessions. You recognize that the universe is abundant. You know you are an expression of Spirit.*

How to receive:

  • Commit to the abundance mindset.
  • Accept that change is necessary for anything new to enter your life.
  • Take time to reflect on what you already possess materially, physically, emotionally, spiritually.
The process:

Become a selfish giver.** Gratitude is not just a feeling; it’s a practice. On a daily basis, take an inventory of your life. Even if you’re going through a rough period, recognize the blessings you have been given. 

Clean the clutter from your life. Clean your car, your closets, attic, basement, drawers, etc. and recycle all that material to the benefit of others.

Give something to someone every day. Why? This is a practice. It creates a mindset and an energy. Ultimately, it becomes a habit. And so does the Return!

The guarantee:

You can't out-give the universe. So, expect a return. Look for it; even set it up (Use mental rehearsal). The more you receive, the more you will be convinced of the benevolence of Spirit. And you can turn around and share again. 

Open your mind to a continual cycle of giving and receiving and watch the flow. Your whole spiritual journey will be empowered. You will begin to find a sense of peace. And that peace will make a big dent in the AWA, the Angry World Attitude.

“The moment you commit and quit holding back, all sorts of unforeseen incidents, meetings, and material assistance will rise up to help you. The simple act of commitment is a powerful magnet for help.”
Napoleon Hill

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*Paraphrased from The Ten Commitments by David Simon, 2006

**Giving and tithing are NOT the same. 

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