Abundance comes in many forms: good health, joy, friends, loving family members, a puppy’s kiss, and anything that brings joy and assists in your evolution towards light and pure love. Within you is the power to manifest anything you want or wish to experience. All humans desire abundance on some level. This doesn’t necessarily mean material goods, for there are many who prefer a simplistic lifestyle. However, all desire an abundance of peace, the ability to choose what they wish to experience and pleasurable relationships.
Many complain about the need for money, specific items, more time or energy, etc. Yet, when someone offers their services or money, often it is rejected. Perhaps the gift is accepted, then passed on to someone that the recipient feels is more deserving.
This behavior is often a reflection coming from a lack of worthiness. How many have failed to charge a fair price for their services? Numerous people work jobs that do not bring joy. Many lend money knowing they likely won’t be repaid, yet feel resentment when it remains unpaid. Where is your worth and sense of fairness? Balance is the key.
Pay attention to your words and attitude when blessings come your way. If you turn down a gift, look closely at why you are doing so. Is it a result of feeling unworthy? Perhaps in the past your gifts from certain people had “strings attached” and so, you hold the belief that gifts from people have “strings attached.” You cannot eradicate old belief codes until you shine a light on them, then consciously choose which to keep and those you are ready to release.
You have the right to live a life of abundance. Once you realize this and choose to take the steps towards living an abundant life, celebrate by performing “a bun dance.” Stand up, shake your booty and with joy and exuberance shout, “I am worthy to receive all the blessings the universe has to offer me!”
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