Abundance: Why You Should Be Careful What You Ask For

This is NOT an early Thanksgiving post, but it should serve as a word of caution about constantly asking, affirming or praying for “abundance.”

Abundance is fine, but what about higher vibration states like “love” and “appreciation?”

Ah…but we are humans, so we generally can’t help becoming overly focused on the accumulation of material things.

Always wanting more…

and more…

and more.

Which ties nicely into our relentless quest for abundance.

Trust me when I tell you that it is a relentless quest, indeed.

Don’t believe me?

Go google the word “abundance” and see what happens.

Hell, I’ll do it for you.

Yeah so…….. 296,000,000 results!

Looks like a lot of people are talking about abundance because they know that a lot of people are interested in the topic.

But…

I would argue that many of us aren’t even capable of recognizing abundance.

In fact, there are people, especially in the United States, who are blindly swimming in abundance–totally unaware.

No shade, I’ve been guilty of diving into that lake myself.

Therein lies a major problem.

Check out this video to get my take on abundance…

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6 thoughts on “Abundance: Why You Should Be Careful What You Ask For

    1. They are included in my target audience!๐Ÿ˜‚ if itโ€™s money they want, they should ask for it…again, but be careful, it might come as an insurance payment for a tree falling in their fence.
      ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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  1. I tie abundance with gratitude. So, when I’m feeling as if I don’t have everything I need/want, then I stop to think/write about what I do have an abundance of, because like you said, we have enough, which is part of what abundance is…having enough.

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