Believing the universe is abundant means not living on a basis of scarcity, being lack and limitation, rather living on the basis of prosperity (success) and abundance. We are not afraid because we know that the universe is conspiring for us. It is dropping us hints, giving us clues. The universe wants us to succeed. Believing in an abundant universe means believing there are no limits on what we can do, It also means not being fearful for tomorrow. It means believing that we are worthy of all that is good.
The universe conspires for us
Have you ever had something happen that made you ‘feel’ so incredibly lucky, that you couldn’t believe it? It’s the time you desperately needed to sell your car and a willing buyer appeared; the time you were considering a career change, but were afraid to make the leap, when you met the HR Manager of the company you joined waiting in the queue at a supermarket. It’s the time you reluctantly went out on a blind date only to find your date was the person you had been secretly admiring from afar. It’s that time when your bank balance reached zero, your credit card was maxed and month end was a long way off… and then a refund from SARS magically appeared in your bank account.
You could call this luck, you could simply put it down to being in the right place at the right time, or you can accept that the universe conspires for us and that there is an endless supply of abundance to go around. When we live with an expectation of success, and expectation of abundance, an expectation of prosperity, success and abundance find us.
Why? Because we put it out there. A combination of thought, faith and desire work enable the universes to help us realise our dreams.
Even if you don’t believe the universe is abundant, consider the alternative a universe of scarcity. When you view the universe as one of scarcity, your actions begin to follow your thoughts. You give less of your time to others so you receive less, you begin to hoard things and share less, not making space in for abundance and prosperity. You restrict the universal flow. When you view the world as one of scarcity and limitation you begin a self-fulfilling prophecy.
If you see a world of scarcity – you will live in a world of scarcity
If you see a world of abundance – you will live in a world of abundance.
“Abundance is not something we acquire. It is something we tune into.”