If you get one thing out of this blog post, get that manifesting abundance does not have to be hard. In fact, it’s quite the opposite as you’ll soon discover. Over the last 25 years, ever since I read “As a Man Thinketh” by James Allen, I have been a passionate student of the art, and some would say science, of Abundance. With often miraculous results. The Laws of Abundance, or the Abundance Mindset often times sounds very anecdotal and ethereal.
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Not just quiet moments but moments filled with safety, peace and gratitude… We think we have all our great ideas when we’re trying hard and focusing. But there’s a different kind of concentration and idea-generation. That comes from a silent place called “permission”. When you relax and let go. Surrender to the breath, the moment, to the sunshine (or even the rain) around you. And that’s often where the great ideas and solutions creep in.
Change is a process not an event. Have you ever found yourself waiting for something big to happen? It’s like expecting to suddenly find yourself on top of a new mountain. When the truth is you’re already 90% of the way up your current mountain. The joy is in the process. The steps you take. The wrong turns. The occasional panic of being lost but then a familiar tree or landscape tells you it’s all ok.
Back in the day of Confucius, people often chased 2 rabbits. He advised them “Much better to chase just one. Because if you chase 2, you catch neither”. Things must have been pretty laid back in those days… Because fast forward to today, most people are chasing 20 rabbits. And catching nothing but a bunch of stress and overwhelm in the process. Let’s be honest, long “to do lists” and ambitious multi-goals can seem very appealing.
When I was a kid, I heard scary bone-chilling stories about people who went down to the crossroads and sold their soul to the devil in return for fame and fortune. The most famous of these myths involved Robert Johnson, the legendary blues guitarist. But why would someone do this? I mean, if it was me, I’d go down to an energy crossroads and do a deal with the universe.
This is the story of two men… The first man was called Alan Caldwell. He was born in Liverpool just before the second world war. He had a very ordinary life as a child. Alan had a severe stutter. As I say, he was an ordinary sort of a guy from Liverpool. Due to his stutter, his friends wouldn’t let him tell stories and jokes because he “took too long”.
I hardly ever use an alarm clock these days. If I ever need to wake up at a specific time, I simply tell my brain to do its thing. Did you ever have that experience of having a built-in “Wake Up Now” mechanism? Our minds and our bodies really are extraordinary things don’t you think? It’s very much the same with finding our direction in life… Rather than agonising and worrying and downright melting your brain…trying to figure out “THE THING I SHOULD BE DOING WITH MY LIFE”…
Imagine… Someone who supports us. Asks us the right questions at the perfect time. Inspires and provokes us to light up and be our best. I’m sure you’d love to find that person. We know she or he would drive us to take action and in so doing would open new doorways. And we know they’d be there to help us see us through the tough times. But also to stand shoulder to shoulder with you and to see the sun rise on the successful mornings when everyone else is sleeping.
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It was a very exciting thing… A road trip with no plan. Just fuel. Some friends. Some time on our hands. Close your eyes and stick a pin in a map. Or how about you go to a restaurant with a great chef but no menu? “Just bring out whatever you want. I’ll eat it. Even if it’s deep fried grasshoppers. I won’t know and it’s going to be delicious anyway.
Here’s an interesting fact that relates very closely to the topic of Law of Attraction—and using the power of your mind to always do (and be) your best. When I was in the Cub Scouts I was a somewhat “difficult” child for the cub leaders. Luckily my Dad ran the cubs soccer team. (I think that’s why I was never thrown out). Every week they made us swear to “Do our best”.
I feel different to how I felt yesterday. Maybe it was the new brand of tea I drank? Or I guess I could have just had a good night’s sleep. But either way, I feel much refreshed… My eyes are a little more wide open and I’m sure something big and exciting is going to happen today. Did you ever wake up feeling that way? Reborn almost… Isn’t it an awesome thing… to have your eyes wide open and full of possibility?