You Deserve An Abundant Life
You may be thinking that living abundantly is only meant for a few people but that is not the case. Everyone deserves to live abundantly. Anyone can have more joy, more money, more friends, more opportunities, and more of whatever they are wishing for. We all have the potential to be great in everything that we do. How come only a handful of people are prospering and living their best lives possible? you may ask.
The truth is, a life of abundance begins in the mind and so it can only be attracted by individuals who believe they were born to achieve whatever they desire. If you want an abundance of happiness, health, or joy, you can only attain it by first trusting that you deserve it and that you have what it takes to get it. This is because you only work on things that you believe you are capable of attaining. If you think you can’t recover from your illness, for instance, working on improving your health won’t be a priority. You will not even consider doing it. Nonetheless, when you believe your body deserves restoration, you will begin searching for ways of fighting the illness, work on restoring your health, see yourself getting better, and eventually heal. That is how you attract a life of abundance and prosperity as well.
You first need to believe that you were born to have more of whatever you want, see yourself obtaining what your heart desires, do what needs to be done to get what you want and continue having confidence in the truth that you were meant to have more and be more.
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Do you remember the dream you once had? One that you let slip from you after hearing and accepting that you didn’t have enough talent, skill, or discipline to bring it about? You can still bring it to life. You can live your dream and have it all just like you have always imagined. You just have to believe it and have faith in your abilities.
No dream is too big and no goal is unattainable for you because if you can envision it, you can bring it to life. Recognize that you can create the life you want. You can improve your health, make more friends, make more money, be more joyful, enjoy your relationships more, and attract all the good things in life because you were born to enjoy all the best things that life has to offer.
There is a proverb that says, “The thoughts of the diligent tend only to abundance, but of everyone who is hasty only to poverty.” Abundance begins with your thoughts. Believe you have what it takes to begin living abundantly, fill your mind with thoughts of attaining what you want, and start working on achieving what you desire.
Abundance begins with your thoughts but it doesn’t end there. You have to put in the work. If you want to receive more love, give love. If you want more money, do the work. If you seek more opportunities, set yourself up for opportunities, and search for them. If you desire to have abundance in health, monitor your eating habits, exercise more, and take care of your overall well being.
Living an abundant life may not happen overnight but if you continue trusting and believing that you will soon reach a life of abundance and if you keep working on it, you will get there. Trust the process and be patient with yourself because everything worthwhile takes time and effort.
Don’t give in to feelings of unworthiness because they will cloud your mind with doubt and stop you from acting on your goals or aims.
The only way of attaining what you are aiming for is by thinking, acting, as well as talking as if you already have it and thereafter doing the work.
Realize that oppositions and disappointments will come. You will feel discouraged and hopeless but you mustn’t let that stop you from going after what you want. It mustn’t stop you from taking the necessary steps toward achieving your goal. Falling and getting back up is part of the process. You will only attract abundance in your life by putting in the work, being patient, learning to fail, learning from your failures, and moving forward without waiting for “the right time.”
So, the next time you feel you don’t deserve to have more of the things you love, pause and reflect on the truth that all are meant to live abundantly and that we are all meant to enjoy all the good things that life offers.