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Money?  people?  prospects?  sales? resources?  time?

Take a second and think about the last time you thought you did not have enough of something…

What was it?  Most people say money and time.

That is what it usually boils down to anyway.

Now we have all heard we live in an abundant universe, and many say they do believe it to be true, BUT then they turn and say they don’t have enough.

They begin to justify their statement by claiming, “It’s not the right time,”  “I’m not there yet,”  “God just doesn’t want me to do or have (fill in the blank)…”

If you talk with these people a year later, most of them will tell you the same sad story all over again.

Why do people choose to live a life of such limitation in such an abundant world?

The truth is they really believe more in the idea of lack and limitation than one of abundance.

They want to experience abundance before they actually do something to change their life.

It doesn’t work that way!  If you want a lesson in true abundance just take a look out your window!

If you even begin to contemplate nature and everything else the universe might contain, you have to come to the sobering conclusion that God did not create all of this on a budget!  Of course, considering the above statement would require one to really think, which is a topic for another discussion…

It is not enough to simple read about abundance.  One must begin to experience it, and the best way to have the experience is to continually mix with people who not only think this way – but live this way.

Let me share a secret with you…

You usually don’t have to go looking for like-minded people because they are looking for you.  You just don’t see them.

Why?

Because people come with opportunities for you, however their opportunity requires that you give what you are afraid to give up.  (Money, time, etc.)

The universe really is trying to give you what you say you want, BUT it can’t do it your way.

(After all, your way has taken you as far as you can go).

Your way has walls, but the universe has none. Your way has fear, but the universe has none. Your way is limited, but the universe is not.

You must realize that you cannot get anything without giving something.  I’m not referring to giving in return,
but rather giving FIRST.

Why not start by giving up the things in your life that are currently keeping you where you are?

Money, commitments, relationships, guilt, & memories are just a few things which have control over your thinking.

Begin to let them go, one by one, and you open the door to a whole new way of being and living!

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3 comments:

Cheryl CraigMarch 27, 2008 at 12:29 amReply

David,
This is so true! I’ll share something I learned about this very idea from my son when he was 10. He was asking me why some kids go to private schools. I explained to him that some go for religious reasons, some because the local public schools are not good, and some rich people send their kids to private school to be with other kids who are rich like they are. Then my son said to me: “Mom, we’re rich, why don’t we go to private school?” I was so amused by his perception of our financial status. I replied “We are not rich, we are just regular people!” (I was embarrassed that he thought we were rich. Felt like bragging- talk about subconscious beliefs…) Then he said real low and deliberate: “Mom…. we are rich.” I continued to argue my point that we were not rich by any stretch of the imagination. He then informed me: “We have more than we need. We are rich.” How profound! I had a sudden “awakening” to the fact. Yes, we are rich, indeed. I felt the abundance that was all around me. How much more must you have -to feel rich? How much does the cup need to “runneth over” before you realize the cup is full? I immediately started to see and feel things in a whole new way. I am rich- and all this time, I had been focusing on the lack! Most of us are rich. We just don’t see it. As soon as you notice it, it just can’t be ignored, and all you want to do is feel gratitude for everything you have. And then, just like they say, more flows in.

This article kicks butt, David, and I could go on and on about how exciting your message is. Thank you.

Doug MotelApril 11, 2008 at 2:02 pmReply

David,
This is so right on. Thanks!
-Doug Motel

Lance FitzsimmonsSeptember 22, 2008 at 10:43 amReply

Glad to hear it. I’m so tired of people that complain about not having enough_____. There is so much out there we can’t even get a true grasp on it. If people would turn off their tv’s and stop reading newspapers and internet news feeds, We wouldn’t be duped into thinking there is not enough. Thanks David for your reality check!

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