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”.
And that was the problem…
Personally I’m at my best when I’m breaking the rules slightly. Being a free spirit. Causing a stir.
Hopefully I’ve matured a little now. But at 9 years old, being a free, creative spirit showed up as “Creating Merry Hell”.
That was me honestly doing my best. Which clashed with the scout leaders’ interpretation. Which was more along the lines of “Doing the same as everyone else. And behaving. Doing as you’re told!”
When you’re a Cub Scout…or a Girl Guide…or anything similar…
You wear a uniform.
And when you go to the doctor, you are given a pill. And it’s the same one everyone else gets. Whether they’re in New York, Rome or Madagascar. There’s no choice of red or blue. They all get that same pill.
Which is why I love using Abundance as a clinical and life-transforming ‘Tool’.
It’s totally flexible. It works perfectly for all of us different and unique human beings.
The real magic of abundance is actually to light you up and fill you with positive energy, ideas, and strength based on YOU. Not on a cookie cutter idea of you.
It’s a powerful, powerful tool. And it’s not difficult to learn and become skilled at.
You’d be able to manifest your dreams AND help others too.
In the meantime, keep being the unique and authentic YOU. Because that’s what the world needs and where all the answers lie.
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