What is Abundance, Really?

What is the first thing you think when you hear “abundance?” Money? Love? A large circle of friends and family? While we can apply the concept of abundance to all of those aspects of our lives, the essential meaning of abundance is that you are solidly happy with who you are and no external event or situation—whether good or bad—can add or subtract from that happiness. No one is happy all the time, but when you are truly in a mindset of abundance, you live with balance, hopefulness, and unlimited possibility. Our innate nature is one of peace and abundance; it comes from within. Abundance is a way of thinking and of living, even when you have less money, love, or support than you would like.

Why you yo-yo on weight loss

American Louise Hay and Canadian Lise Bourbeau are both intuitive lecturers and authors who have written extensively on the topics of the me

Valentine Love for Your Dog

Dogs try to be our best friends, but boy do we ever make it difficult sometimes. Here are some of the things we do that might make dogs question whether they want to remain best buds or cut ties completely. Be aware of these things and change their lives for the better! 1) Using words more than body language We’re a vocal species. We love to chatter away, even at our pets, who can’t understand the vast majority of what we’re saying. Dogs might be able to deduce what a few key words mean — walk, treat, toy, off — and maybe even learn hundreds of words as some border collies have done. But they can’t understand human language. What they rely on to figure out what we mean is our body language.

Why You Yo-Yo on Weight Loss

American Louise Hay and Canadian Lise Bourbeau are both intuitive lecturers and authors who have written extensively on the topics of the mental/physical connection. Below is an interview with Lise Bourbeau on the 6 reasons why we eat and overeat. If we are in harmony with our self, and listening to our real needs, which means loving our self, we will only eat when we are hungry and we give our body what it needs. If I look after my physical body, I’m looking after my mental and emotional bodies as well. Below are 6 reasons that Lise gives for eating reasons that are beyond hunger Eating out of principal ‘I must eat 3 meals a day’ ‘I must not skip breakfast’ ‘i must not eat this’ ‘I must not

Is It True?

The Master can’t seek fulfillment. She’s already filled to the brim; there isn’t room for a drop more. When you have what you want — when you are what you want — there’s no impulse to seek anything outside yourself. Seeking is the movement away from the awareness that your life is already complete, just as it is. Even at moments of apparent pain, there’s never anything wrong or lacking. Reality is always kind; what happens is the best thing that could happen. It can’t be anything else, and you’ll realize that very clearly if you inquire. I have a friend whose wife fell in love with another man. He had been doing The Work for a while, and instead of going into sadness and panic, he questioned


Always say “yes” to the present moment. What could be more futile, more insane, than to create inner resistance to what already is? What could be more insane than to oppose life itself, which is now and always now? Surrender to what is. Say “yes” to life — and see how life suddenly starts working for you rather than against you #communication #intentions #intuition

Don’t just do something, sit there

What is meditation? Is it you sitting in a quiet room with eyes closed trying to stop thinking? And perhaps getting annoyed at noises in the background or snapping at someone if your peace is interrupted? Meditation is awareness from moment to moment. It is a living practice in the now. Try this for a meditation practice: Whatever happens you incorporate into your meditation and you surrender to it. If there is a noise or interruption, you acknowledge it. What is the most annoying thing about the interruption or noise? Is it that noise or is it your reaction? If you let go of the reaction, its just noise. There is nothing that does not become part of your meditation. “There is no self to und

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