How you feel about abundance is a core belief that can either influence your life in a positive way or hobble your existence by living from scarcity mindset. What you think and say to yourself will reinforce a shift towards abundance mentality.
Scarcity thinking can impact how we behave in everything from romantic relationships, as if love was a limited resource, to job performance, to financial success.
Changing the habit we have in our relationship to abundance and prosperity doesn’t come without consistent effort. You can retrain your brain to believe abundance in love, peace, joy; success is available for all people everywhere, not just a select few. Try these mantras, one per day for 21 days along with invoking Lakshmi, the goddess of Abundance who’s message is always “ Stop worrying. Everything is going to be alright.” and feel the shift happen.
Love yourself, love your day, love your life!
- I am aligned with the energy of abundance.
- I am prosperous, healthy, happy and live in abundance.
- I let go of all resistance to prosperity and it comes to me naturally.
- I allow good things to come into my life and I enjoy them.
- Money comes to me in expected and unexpected ways.
- I move from Poverty Thinking to Abundance Thinking.
- I embrace new avenues of income.
- My actions create constant prosperity.
- I am thankful for the abundance and prosperity in my life.
- Prosperity within me, prosperity around me; abundance within me, abundance around me.
- I am a magnet for money. Prosperity is drawn to me.
- There is no limit to the amount of money I am capable of earning.
- I am open and receptive to all the wealth life offers me.
- I welcome an unlimited source of income and wealth in my life.
- I release all negative energy over money.
- Money comes to me easily and effortlessly.
- I constantly attract opportunities that create more money.
- I am peace with abundance.
- I have abundant love and joy in my life.
- My finances improve beyond my dreams.
- Money and spirituality co-exist in harmony.
Original Article written by Silvia Mordini