Don’t think… and grow rich

Abundance is your natural state. Learn how to connect to it

Businessman meditatingA holy man said to his devotees: “Princes are ye all—princes and princesses. For you are children of God, the Sovereign of this vast, expanding Universe. And as children of God, prosperity is your birthright. You have only to claim it!”

Let us assert: Abundance and prosperity are the laws of Nature; as such, abundance is our natural state. We fail to connect with this sense of abundance when fear and worry begin to cloud our minds. We must stay connected to this current of prosperity and abundance that flows naturally through the created world.

When we begin to worry that there may not be enough for us and our dear ones, when we fear deprivation and lack, we are actually denying God’s loving care and concern for us. He who gave us the air we breathe, the fire and water that are indispensable to our existence, the sunshine that is the very source of life upon this earth, the earth that bears us and gives us the very ground we stand on, is it likely or possible that he can deny us what we need? Is it possible that we imagine that His sources are limited, and that there may not be enough for us? Is it possible that He who created the treasures of Nature, the leaves, the flowers and the fruits on the trees, the flowing waters of the great rivers, the moon and the stars, the golden sands of the deserts, the mighty oceans and the majestic mountains, will overlook our needs and aspirations?

Let us not forget that wealth is a relative thing since he that has little and wants less is richer than he that has much but wants more. It has been rightly said that a tub was large enough for Diogenes, but a world was too little for Alexander.

Many of us simply can’t get enough of certain things—love, affection, attention, money, wealth, possessions, opportunities, openings and possibilities.

This often leads to a feeling of deprivation, lack, want.

And this is so needless, so futile!

We live in a world of abundance that God has created, and He has given us enough and more to meet all our needs and to share with those who need them more than we do.

Here’s a meditation that can help you tune into abundance. Let’s begin...

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