We create abundance by allowing it in, by letting go of resistance that manifests in the form of fear, anger and shutting down. Each area of life must be consciously “opened” : relationships, career, financial, spiritual, health, recreational. We can begin to do this by meditating with the mantras:
- “let abundance into the area of…
- allow $$ to flow freely into my life..
- allow love into my life and allow me to send it out”.
This process is similar to prayer, with more personal involvement. We must be very aware and alert to change to notice when the circumstances / conditions are right for abundance: then it’s up to you to take action!! We must move towards success, it doesn’t “come” to us.
EFT is an additional avenue/tool to opening the gates of allowing. You may read more about EFT here
An example of an effective set-up phrase with the EFT “choice method”:
“Even though I am struggling with financial issues, I choose to allow abundance to come into my life.”
After tapping the points for 3 sets you will notice your perception of allowing abundance skyrocket! Since I’ve been meditating and “tapping” with the art of allowing abundance, I’ve seen amazing results as have my clients and groups.
Following these two modalities it is positive reinforcement to visualize your abundance as you want it happening in each area. Everyday go through these sequences. Of course, as previously mentioned, you must take action. If you find yourself procrastinating, then it is a sign that there is a fear around the action- since all procrastination is based on one or more of these fears: of judgment, of failure, of success , of being controlled. The same techniques may be successfully applied to getting into gear and transforming procrastination into positive, powerful action if you really want to do something.
If you would like to explore these and related areas with me as your guide and coach, I offer thirty minutes complimentary telephone consult. Please email me your request on the contact form on my website: http://www.balanceandpower.com , or you may email firstname.lastname@example.org, or telephone 516 623 4353.