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This has been such an exciting beginning to 2012. We're not saying that it has been easy for many of us but it has definitely been a time to reflect on how we are living our lives.
We all seem to be continuously busy, trying to keep up with business, personal things such as bills, mortgages, children's schedules, etc., that even the simplest of things begin to seem difficult.
Is this part of transformation? The continuing flow of abundance?
“Abundance” — what am I talking about? Is this what abundance is supposed to be? It sure isn't what a lot of us think of as being abundant, is it?
When we think about abundance, the first thing most of us think of is all the wonderful things that happen to us, such as money, gifts, food, etc. We certainly don't consider the unending flurry of work, work and more work as having abundance.
On a personal level, I find myself getting so caught up in all this abundance that I forget to breathe. In moments where everything just seems so overwhelming, I forget to be still. But when I do remember to breathe and be still, it sometimes feels like I am soaring above and looking down on all the flurry of activity and commotion.
It is these moments that remind me of who I truly am inside. That so much of what happens is a daily illusion. Who we are truly comes from inside us, from our hearts.
Are you listening to who you truly are?
As Nischala Devi said in her conference session: “Take a moment. Take some deep breaths. Feel your Heart. Listen. . .”
Being so “abundant” helps these moments shine.
May we all shine!
ATTENTION to ALL PAST/PRESENT participants.
Please read the email that was sent to you on February 26th with regard to your ability to access all 3 years of the past conference sessions and workshops. That's right, we've got a special offer where you can gain instant access to over 100 speakers and 200 hours of recorded audio/video content.
We'll send you another follow up email so if you missed the last one, keep your eye out for another email with the subject of “Diamonds are a girls best friend.”