What's Your State of Mind?

Jan 30


Eva Gregory

Eva Gregory

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I suppose that you would question me if I affirmed that there is enough abundance to go around - right? Why is that? Is it because we have been conditioned to believe that only a select few will reach the personal and financial goals that they aspire to?


Or because we have bought into the saying that "if something seems too good to be true,What's Your State of Mind? Articles it is", and believing that abundance abounds would certainly seem too good to be true. What if abundance began and ended with you ... with your thoughts, your beliefs, and your actions? Would you be more apt to embrace the belief? Ironically, the abundance that shows up in your life, or the lack of it, is directly correlated to you and your beliefs.

Abundance is everywhere. Like Niagara Falls, in its natural state it is a constant flow, plentiful, only diminishing when tampered with. Abundance follows the same principle. It exists for everyone that keeps an open mind and does not diminish the flow. Besides Niagara Falls, can you think of another example of abundance? What about air we breathe? Or perhaps the choices that are ours to make? Both of these abound.

If abundance seems to be missing in your life, what is your current state of mind? Are you addressing all of the things you would like to have but do not? If so, you are perpetuating lack and pushing abundance further from your reality. In the One Minute Millionaire, Mark Victor Hansen and Robert G. Allen provide an exercise designed to help change your state of mind to one of abundance. They suggest that it be done twice a day, just before going to sleep and getting out of bed each morning.

The four statements should not just be repeated, but should be said with belief and conviction:

  • I am abundant in every good way
  • Infinite money is mine to earn, save, invest, exponentially multiply, and share
  • My abundance is making everyone better off
  • I embrace abundance and abundance embraces me.

Do you feel the power emanating from these statements? Do you believe them? If you are finding it difficult to accept them, give it time, but continue on with the exercise. It generally takes three to four weeks for a repetitive action to become a habit, and for a belief to "gel". In time the affirmations will become your reality and you will find yourself recognizing abundance all around you.

Can you think of people who have abundance showing up on a regular basis? What do they do to have this always present in their lives? There are many admired celebrities that live the principle of abundance. Take Oprah, for example. One of the wealthiest women in the world who has made the commitment to give back ... The Angel Network, The Book Club, embracing causes and bringing to the forefront things that can help everyone create better lives for themselves and those around them. Oprah has embraced abundance, and clearly she continues to magnetize it. Can we take a life lesson from her? Should we? YES!

So don't let today get you down. Stop buying into the "not enough" principle. There is enough ... more than enough for all of us. It may just take a little effort on your part to change your state of mind from lack to abundance. Don't you think it's worth it?

If you're still sitting on the fence, take out a sheet of paper and write down the things that have been showing up thus far, and the things you believe will show you when you start practicing the abundance principle. Just so you know, you WILL run out of paper as your list will have an infinite number of possibilities that have been just waiting to flow from the tip of your pen. What an awesome habit to pick up, the habit of embracing abundance.

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