“Abundance is not something we acquire, it’s something we tune into.”
—Wayne Dyer, late self-help author and motivational speaker
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When is enough enough? How much money, possessions, status, and achievement lets you know you’ve made it?
Western society keeps fanning the flames of a “more is better” world. Many of us seem to be trapped in a vicious cycle of gluttony where our appetites are never satisfied — often to our own detriment.
Where do you find yourself running this race? To what degree do you find yourself on a treadmill getting sweaty but not getting anywhere truly satisfying?
What are the absolute essential elements of a good and meaningful life?
How tuned into and appreciative are you of the things you already have?
Try quietly sitting in this space to explore the peaceful abundant feeling it can offer.
“We are mere journeymen, planting seeds for someone else to harvest.”
—Wallace Thurman, 20th Century African-American Novelist
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For virtually all people alive today, the standard of living and the quality of life has improved exponentially over the past few decades, and particularly in the last two centuries.
If you have ever interviewed your parents, grandparents, or even looked back over your own life, things have improved in countless ways.
Consider the idea that all the people known and unknown to you have been farmers planting and cultivating the seeds we all get to harvest each day.
Who in your world can and will you thank and acknowledge for all the abundance we experience today?
Where and how are you currently planting the seeds of a better world to benefit the lives of other’s for future generations?
“Abundance is not something we acquire. It is something we tune into.”
—Dr. Wayne Dyer, late American self-help author and motivational speaker
Image from Unsplash by Sharon McCutcheon
Take a look at these two lists in their relationship to the concept of abundance:
|Love & Joy
|The Perfect Body
What level of enduring fulfillment and satisfaction do you experience when you acquire the extrinsic items? What feelings do you experience when you tune into the intrinsic items?
What is your personal definition of living an abundant life?
Consider reflecting of Jeff Foster’s Deeper Meaning of Abundance