Portals of Spirit

Words of Wisdom 4

Written By: Michele Doucette - Jul• 19•13


My life is a reflection of my thoughts.

Noah St. John refers to thoughts as thought-seeds that we plant and give our energy to.

To be more precise, he says that our lives are reflective of the unconscious assumptions that we make about life and our relationship to it.

A great many of us grew up in an environment where money was scarce; so, too, did we learn that you had to work hard to earn a living.

Unfortunately, it is this supposed lack that later becomes an unconscious assumption that we continue to hold onto; an assumption that merely serves to disempower all of us, mainly because it merely serves to bring us more of the same (scarcity, lack).

Everything is energy, and, yes, that includes us.

This physical body is always vibrating something.

What it is that we have focused our attention on (be it positive or negative) then determines how we are vibrating, and, since like attracts like, we draw to ourselves any, and all, things that are in sync with our vibration.

The Law of Abundance is an abiding principle within universal law; a principle that states there to be an unlimited Source of everything we need (or could ever want) that is infinitely available to all of us all the time.

Quantum physics agrees.

The Law of Attraction teaches that it is our own perception of limited resources (which results in hoarding and holding back) that actually blocks the flow of energy and creates stagnation, whereas if we were to learn how to work with what we have, we could easily expand it into more.

How, then, do we better work with what we have?

[1] Spend only what you can afford to spend.

[2] Purchase something that will bring greater joy and gratitude into your life.

[3] Invest your money.

In truth, it really is about feeling wealthy.

When you believe that you do not have enough money, it is your belief that strengthens the reality.

When you begin to feel (and think) more prosperous, this encourages a continuous flow of money into (as well as out of) your life.

If you refuse to spend money, you are, in effect, telling the universe that you do not have enough money to spend; the universe simply takes you at your word.

When you find ways to make your money work for you, without restricting the flow of it into your life, you are then affirming to the universe that there is more than enough to go around, which is, in fact, both the reality and the actuality.

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