Saturday, November 5, 2011

Day 81

“Our sufficiency is from God” 11 Corinthians 3:5

There is an unlimited supply of every good and wonderful thing, and experience. There is enough for everyone! There is always enough. We have bought into a lie. This lie is the lie of scarcity and limitation. The truth is we are completely abundant and are able to create whatever we desire.

Most of us feel that who we are, what we have, and what we are doing is not enough. That is a big lie. You learned about the Law of Attraction. If you feel that nothing is ever enough, that is what you will be attracting into your life. If you feel you are not enough, you are right. If you feel what you have is not enough, you will continue to receive not enough.

It is time that we learned to tap into the truth of our being. This truth is that we are enough. In this moment, we are perfect, whole and complete just as we are. Because we are growing and expanding beings, we will always desire to have more in our lives, but if we are coming from a place of “not enough” we never will truly feel that whatever we manifest or bring into our lives is enough.

So when it is going to be enough? When are you going to feel satisfied? Is it when you lose the 10 pounds? Or when you finally have a million dollars in the bank? Or when you finally have your ideal relationship? How do you know what will be enough, if you are always giving the feeling of being enough outside of you and in the future? If you continue to chase things outside of you in order for you to feel that you are enough, you will never feel truly satisfied.

Christy Whitman

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Day 80 (Thursday 11/03/11)

"In the Bible, Job, the great sufferer of biblical times, makes the following remark: “Behold, the thing I fear has come to visit upon me.” Now, stop and ask yourself —if you will—what those biblical words mean to those of us concerned about money today.

Well, one thing they certainly mean is that if we insist upon constantly worrying about not having enough money, or if we habitually worry about losing the money we do have, then we are absolutely guaranteed not to worry in vain. For just as surely as Job was afflicted by his many maladies, so too shall we be afflicted by the lack or the loss of money."

Bob Proctor

Day 79 (Wednesday 11/02/11)

"The best way to develop a prosperity consciousness is to start seeing yourself, in your mind’s eye, already in possession of the amount of money that you desire. The reason this is so is that since the subconscious mind cannot distinguish between the actual possession of money and mere visualization, you will soon become very
comfortable with the “idea” of money. As a result, you will start attracting it to yourself.

This may sound like a game you are playing, but let me assure you, it is one of the wisest things you can possibly do. For when you succeed in convincing your subconscious mind that you are wealthy and that it feels good to be wealthy, your subconscious mind will automatically seek ways of making your “imaginary” feelings of wealth manifest themselves in material form."

Bob Proctor

Day 78

"Another thing that keeps us from prosperity is being dis-honest. Whatever you give out comes back to you multiplied. Always. If you take from Life, then Life will take from you. It's that simple. We may feel that this doesn't apply to us at first, until we start counting little things like the paper clips and stamps that we have taken home from the office. Or are you a person who steals time or rob others of respect - or perhaps steals relationships? All those things, small or big, count the same to the Universe. It is the same as saying: "I don't deserve the good in life, so I must sneak it and take it from others".

Louise Hay