Whatever I give my attention to will show up abundantly in my life. If my attention is on lack – “I don’t have enough money, food, time, love, thoughtfulness, caring” – then I will have plenty of not enough.
When my attention is on feeling grateful for what is showing up: I am grateful for the supply here and now, I am grateful for love, I am grateful for this moment, I am grateful for this food, I am grateful for that smile – then more shows up.
I’m engaged in a mindfulness exercise. Every two hours I check in with myself to see what I’m thinking. I’m discovering how much of my thinking is focused on lack and fear, and how much on gratitude and abundance. When I’m thinking lack, I gently turn my mind to gratitude. I am tenderly reminding myself to keep my focus on gratitude. Gratitude opens the door to the abounding river of life.
Affirmation:I am grateful for this moment, for tender love, for plenty of time, for living abundantly.