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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How do you spread a message of love and possibilities when some people are so destructive and argumentative? How do you get people to see the miracles around them and step into their genius zone when they’re determined to play small and negative? How do you MAKE THINGS WORK OUT when they seem hopeless? The best way is to harness that most powerful of metaphors. Your ability to fly.
The true lesson could so easily have been created our modern times world. Do you realise how much more you get done when you switch off the phone…unplug…un-facebook…free yourself to natural rhythms and flow? The tortoise, let’s be clear, did not win because he was SLOW. Please don’t take the message of this post as being “Go slow and you’ll win” No, the message is “Be who you are.
People ask me why I believe in Abundance. I believe it because it’s not about the feeling I experience in myself. It’s about the results I see in the world. It’s about how people are breaking free from the “common sense” thinking and solutions that keep them as trapped as the bird in the golden cage. (And many of our cages are FAR from golden anyway) With abundance, a spark becomes a flame.
For instance clarity - the silence then sound of a triangle right at the end of a grand orchestral piece. Like paradise - the sound of steel drums, chitter chatter on the beach and the ocean waves lapping up on the shore. The music “out there” can trigger the warmth you most need to feel in your heart “right here”. John Lennon’s music always did that for me (and for gazillions of others).
Many years ago in England I had this sales job. I was going through a bad time. I hated the work and it hated me. The people there were nice and it wasn’t a bad company at all. I just didn’t want to sell things I didn’t believe in heart and soul. I eventually walked away from the job like the radioactive waste it was. I politely apologised to my boss, expecting her to tell me I was making a mistake…”throwing away my career”…etc
Rich people get sad, and world famous celebrities get sad too. And when they’re lonely and lost we call them the “canaries in the golden cage”. Sadness is like the plague in medieval Europe. It doesn’t make distinctions based on position and privilege. And it doesn’t let you off if you offer up enough jewellery. The opposite of sad isn’t happy. It’s freedom. Because when you feel free, you get to experience the good and the bad whilst knowing for a fact that they are not bigger than you.
There comes a time in everyone’s life where they feel stuck – it happens to the best of us. The key thing to remember when you are feeling stuck, however, is that it is just a feeling – it will pass. Perhaps the reason you are feeling stuck is sign you need to make a change in your life – chase your passions, live your dreams, sign up for something you have ALWAYS wanted to do, or just remove your self from a situation no longer bringing you happiness.
This may be a tough message for some but it’s sent with love and I know the right people will totally get it. It’s also not guesswork. It comes from decades in the trenches taking people through the same process again and again. (and loving it) - #hint there are three clues already in the sentences above) Here’s the thing… All the training, instruction, advice, tips, step-by-step instructions in the world are not going to get you to abundance.
I remember as a kid, you knew that a watch or clock was awesome if it was “Swiss Made” Swiss stood for quality, accuracy and expensive. If you watched Carl Lewis winning the 100m sprint on TV, you could only trust the clock if it said “Swiss Timing” in the left hand corner of the screen. If it was “anything else timing” then you probably couldn’t trust it.
A few years ago I was running a training seminar. After 4 days on my feet, pacing around the front of the room, I started to experience back pain and stiffness. A highly respected personal trainer in the room privately mentioned to me that she’d noticed I was looking uncomfortable. “I know you think your back’s the problem. But it’s not” she said. She explained my issue was that my posture was wrong.