When you are abundant in your Mind, Body and Spirit – your thinking, spiritual perspectives and the way you conduct yourself lightens up.
Simple abundance is one of those things we each self-define. It’s a thought, a feeling or a way you design your environment.
Finding your way towards greater simple abundance is a matter of finding a balance between the energy that comes from knowing you have enough – and the act of simple focus. It happens when your mind shifts from a possible perspective of lack, to the fullness that is actually present.
A simple way to raise your sense of life’s abundance: Take a piece of paper and write a list of 5 things you have tolerated. Then see where if anywhere can transform those tolerations through shifting to an abundance mindset.
The key is to hold an self leadership abundance mindset as you do the work or have the work done.
For example: if it is your time: Test out the attitude –“I have enough time to do this” –then assess how you feel after you complete it.
When does abundance not work ?
When it becomes excessive. Too much of anything – can slow you down. Clutter, overused strengths or attitudes or overwhelm can stop you in your tracks.
The key awareness point is to define your own definition of what enough is. When you discover how much is enough – and then have just enough of something to feel abundant your energy gets freed up. When you build enough – and release what you define as excess it’s possible to create some extra freedom.
There are many ways to raise your sense of abundance. So it’s up to you to define what being life’s simple abundance means to you.
Imagine – no longer tolerating running out of toilet paper, paper towels or laundry soup. Imagine having enough energy, time and resources to create a full place from which to serve others. With more self leadership abundance – you can do more, you can serve longer and in a greater way.
Serving from fullness is one of the greatest gifts you can give to the world.
Want that quick example? Take that few minutes and clean and organize that drawer, a closet or that car – and then see how you feel afterwards.
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