“Abundance is not something we acquire. It is something we tune into”

Wayne W. Dyer.

    Tuning into abundance is easy when all appears to be going according to our plans. We may feel appreciative of people, situations and objects. During testing times, on the other hand, experiencing abundance could call for much effort if we are particularly focused on what is lacking in our world.

    Choosing to be grateful for whatever life offers us – the good, the bad, as well as everything in between – is itself a matter of abundance. In the same way, a positive attitude or disposition towards life is something we all have, even though on occasions we overlook it.

    It could be argued we fail to recognize our abundance as many things or people are taken for granted. Because they have always been around us, we just assume it will always be so. And yet we all know most things come with built-in obsolescence, including human beings.

    If asked to list what is currently part of the abundance making up your life right now, what would you write? Taking a few minutes to mentally give thanks for all the items noted might be a fitting way to acknowledge the place they have in your heart. Will you do it?

    Whether you wrote out the list or not, I am grateful for your presence here and for spending the time to read this post today. To share your thoughts on the question of abundance, please leave a comment below.

Kindest thanks.



4 Responses to Abundance

  1. Ewa says:

    I like this post very much Brian! May 2013 will be filled with ever growing abundance for you!

    • bgdtcoaching says:

      Hi Ewa,

      Many thanks for your kind words. I hope 2013 will be a special year for you, a year in which your dreams come true!

  2. Right on, Brian. I think you’re right on with this. And what a great reminder for me. I’ m quite a fan of Wayne Dyer anyway. Thanks for this post. Be well. ~Paul

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