9 posts tagged abundance

Exploring Our Money Shadow

This is an excerpt from my upcoming book from Integral Publishers, Pay What It's Worth: You Don't Need to Set a Price on Value. Stay updated on when it's available for purchase here. Money is a symbol of two basic principles that underlie every process in the physical world: the principle of value, and the principle of giving and receiving. Whether it is our money, our labor, our commitment, or our care—we estimate the value of something by what we are willing to give for it and receive ...

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Defining Boundaries

A plant needs space, and a seed, as its container to grow. The seed is a boundary from which the plant grows, as is the space that it takes root and grows in. To ensure our plants—the ones we choose to nurture and grow—have the space they need to grow free from invasive intruders, we weed our landscape. Our relationships are no different. They are a landscape that needs our attention. Weeding is necessary, as is protecting our space from the things we do not need, nor want, ...

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What You’re Capable Of

You are well equipped to face whatever challenges are placed in your path. In all ways. Whether you see them or not, you have been provided with an abundance of resources to draw upon. Whatever your objective, if you can trust that you have the resources to handle it, you'll find yourself responding capably when challenges present themselves. Trusting your resilience, you'll find yourself naturally employing your resources effectively and efficiently. Your challenges, whatever ...

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Money, You, and the Work to Be Done

Psychology is to money what an engine is to a car. Your motives — what drives you — determines your experience with it. Increasing the quality of your thoughts, your wealth increases. In valuing yourself more, you naturally exchange this greater sense of worth with the world around you. In building credit with yourself, you build credit in the world. But in order to increase the quality of your thoughts around money, in order to build your credit, you first need to do the ...

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Blinded By The Light

There's a problem with abundance. In living with it—and amongst it—there's a risk I will stop seeing it as a thing of beauty—and the gift that it is. The very real risk with abundance is I'll take it for granted—either by expecting it to always be there, and/or by not acknowledging its presence fully in my life. Either approach spoils my appreciation of it. The very real gift of abundance is in learning to receive it fully, it stretches me. For to fully honour it, I must ...

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