How To Create More Abundance In Your Life

 

In the material world, abundance is money, homes, cars, things. We all want to feel wealthy, in whatever way feels right. So, let’s take a look at some ways we can see abundance in a new light, and open ourselves up to receive in a more holistic kind of way.

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Money needs to flow

It’s a form of currency, which means it needs to circulate. If you find yourself hoarding and blocking this flow of currency, it’s time to change course. Money helps you manifest the beautiful in your life. So use it to do so, and let it flow to you and away from you.


Practice being a conduit for abundance

Let money flow through you rather than stopping at you. Consider using your money as a tool for the greater good. Become an alchemist of sorts, and turn those dollars and euros into beautiful things.


Always serve

When you’re of service, you’re aligning with the flow of the greater good. Do good for others without having strings attached. Get out of your own way and serve, serve, serve. Then wait and see what abundance flows to you.


Play

The nature of the Universe is innately playful. Creativity, spontaneity—these are characteristics of a natural world that’s brimming with abundance. Align yourself with this sense of lighthearted play and see what beauty comes.


Get into an abundant mindset

When you feel wealthy, the Universe pays attention. Life responds to that high vibration you’re emitting. So rather than focusing on what you don’t have. Focus on all the goodness you have in your life right now. Move from poverty consciousness to wealth consciousness. As the yogis say, where your attention goes, energy flows. So, place your attention on feeling abundant and see how that shifts things in your material world.


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Aimee Hughes is a health and spirituality writer, author of The Sexy Vegan Kitchen: Culinary Adventures in Love & Sex, and co-founder of https://farmtofamily.co. She is the author of a self-published vegan cookbook, “The Sexy Vegan Kitchen: Culinary Adventures in Love & Sex,” available on Amazon. Aimee is the lead writer and health consultant for the Yandara Yoga Institute in Todos Santos, Mexico.

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