One of the most fascinating aspects of life, is this idea that our lives really do conform to our perception of the events we encounter.
Our perception of the situations we find ourselves in creates a feedback loop, in which we remain, until we change our perception.
Once we do this, we unlock new situations and circumstances for ourselves.
This is often easier said than done however.
Nevertheless, it can be done, and here’s how….
When it comes to realizing a more abundant life, and attracting more wealth in general, there’s one key that makes this possible.
Constantly cultivate a sense of gratitude. Feel grateful for what you already do have.
Tony Robbins once asked Sir John Templeton, one of the wealthiest men on the planet, what the secret to wealth was. He replied, “You know it. You teach it. It’s gratitude.”
Cultivating a sense of gratitude, often requires a shift in thinking.
The nature of the mind is to constantly look for, and focus on, what we don’t have, rather than what we do have.
This automatically creates a feeling of lack, or scarcity, which then blocks the flow of awesome experiences into your life.
You simply can’t attract, or create, abundance when you’re feeling like you don’t have enough.
So as you train your mind, and bring it under your control, make a point of looking for, and focusing on, what you do have.
What is there is to be grateful for, right now, in every area of your life?
Answering this question on a daily basis is the key to realizing more abundance in every area of your life.
A great tool for doing this is the Five Minute Journal. Or, if you’re like me, and would rather create your own practice, just use a notepad with these questions at the top:
What do I already have to be grateful for?
Why is my life overflowing with abundance right now?
When I’m on my game, I do this practice every morning after I wake up, and every evening just before going to sleep.
It’s a powerful practice!
I hope this is helpful in opening the channel for more abundance to flow into your life.
The point to remember is that it’s you who decides whether you have enough. You hold all the cards, so to speak.
“For whosoever hath, to him shall be given, and he shall have more abundance: but whosoever hath not, from him shall be taken away even that he hath.” Matthew 13:12
To your abundance!