3 Reasons Abundance Stays Away by Wendy Betterini


Have you ever had a day where all forms of abundance seemed to be drawn to you?  Perfect parking spaces appeared exactly when you needed them, the people you encountered were friendly and helpful, traffic was lighter than usual, you seemed to have plenty of money to do the things you wanted to do, great opportunities showed up with perfect timing, time seemed to slow down so you were able to finish everything on your to-do list quickly and easily, and you just felt good and seemed to attract good wherever you went . . .

For most people, days like this are few and far between.  Most often, they feel overwhelmed, stressed, and depleted – mentally, physically, and financially.  Does this describe you too?

If so, you’ll be interested to know that you have far greater control over your daily life experiences than you realize, and it’s very possible to create an ongoing flow of abundance in all forms into your life.

To do this, it’s helpful to understand the conditions that repel abundance:

– Stress, Anxiety, and Anger

When you are tense, stressed, irritated, hurried, harried, overwhelmed, or angry, abundance can’t enter your life because you are not a vibrational match to it.  The essence of abundance is more aligned with good-feeling emotions like joy, love, appreciation, and relaxation.

Think back to the last smooth, easy day you had, and you’ll probably remember that you were in a good mood that day.  You felt good, maybe you slept well so you were fully rested, or perhaps you were enjoying a day off from work.  A relaxed, uplifted mindset will always draw great things to you!

– Negative Expectations

Without meaning to, you probably spend a fair amount of time focusing on negative expectations.  You worry about paying the bills, you feel frustrated about rising prices, you resent having to work so many hours to make ends meet, and so on.  The problem is, the more you expect to experience these unpleasant conditions, the more of them you will attract.

But when you start expecting more abundance and good things to come to you, things start changing fast.  The key is to actively expect the good things you want.  Engage in some positive self-talk each day:  “Today is going to be a great day at work.  I’m going to receive some unexpected money today.  I’m going to get all of my work finished easily today.”  The more you expect abundance, the more receptive to it you become.

– Grasping Desperately

The more you grasp at money and feel desperate and needy for it, the more you repel it.  When you are in a desperate, anxious, fearful state of mind, you are not a vibrational match to the essence of abundance, so it can’t come to you.  When you relax and detach from it emotionally and start appreciating the money you have, affirming that more is on the way, and trusting that all is well, you immediately start drawing more money and other forms of abundance to you.

Are you seeing a common theme with these causes?  They can be boiled down to one simple statement:  When you feel good, you are aligned with abundance; when you feel bad, you are aligned with scarcity and struggle.

It really is that simple!

About the Author:  Wendy Betterini has been teaching and writing about personal development and spiritual topics for more than a decade.  She is the author of the Allow Abundance Course, a 26-week “energy makeover” for healing blockages to abundance.  See more of Wendy’s work at http://www.allowabundancecourse.com

“LIKE” my facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/7PrinciplesOfDivinePurpose for updates on my new book “7 Principles of Divine Purpose.”

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