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“Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance.” Eckhart Tolle
Dear fellow journeyers along the path,
Our minds are really good at shuttling between past and future, driven by our fears and desires, memories and imagination. Our minds habitually go from reflecting on the past one moment, to worrying about the future at the next moment, with very little time spent on being fully present.
Regardless of how blatant they are, most fears are rooted in something larger and more deeply embedded in our human psyche. Fears are based on a mindset of scarcity. Scarcity is pervasive. It’s not just financial scarcity or the lack of money. We experience scarcity in all sorts of ways including scarcity of time, relationships, knowledge, health, etc.
Every time we perceive limited availability in anything of value to us, we’re prone to foster fears in relation to that valued resource. A scarcity mindset is the belief that there will never be enough, resulting in feelings of fear, stress, and anxiety. On the other hand, an abundance mindset flows out of a deep inner sense of personal worth and security. It's grounded in the belief that there is more than enough for everyone.
Happiness has a lot to do with which of these two places you are going to call home. There is an old saying: “Change your attitude, change your life.” We can decide how we want to live…. In scarcity or abundance.
I invite you to join me for online group meditation Tuesday July 5th at 7pm for a Guided Meditation on Abundance.
Please contact me through the "Contact Eileen" link on the left no later than the Monday before Group Meditation to receive the Zoom link.
May you be showered by abundance in all that you do.
Peace and Metta,
“The fastest way to bring more wonderful examples of abundance into your personal experience is to take constant notice of the wonderful things that are already there.”
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The practice of generosity allows us to see the world from the point of view of what we have and what we have to give, instead of seeing it from the perspective of what we don’t have and desperately want.
No matter what we have or don't have, we can all generously share the practice of meditation and compassion with one another.
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