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Cultivating an Abundance Mindset: Steps to Foster Positivity and Growth

"Embrace abundance: believe in limitless opportunities, practice gratitude, and use positive language. Cultivate a growth mindset and visualize success. Generosity fuels abundance in daily acts. Live with intention and appreciation." Michael Corthell In a world often dominated by notions of scarcity and competition, the concept of an abundance mindset offers a refreshing perspective. Rooted in New Thought philosophy, this mindset centers on the belief that opportunities and resources are plentiful, leading to a more optimistic and open-hearted approach to life. In this article, we'll delve into what an abundance mindset entails and provide practical steps to develop and maintain it. Understanding the Abundance Mindset Defining Abundance At its core, an abundance mindset is the belief that there is an ample supply of opportunities, resources, and possibilities available to us. It contrasts with a scarcity mindset, which operates from a perspective of lack and limitation. N

How to Cultivate an Abundance Mindset to Attract Riches

  "Embrace abundance with gratitude and unlimited thinking. Your inner world shapes the outer. Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition; they know your true path. Possibilities are boundless; prosperity is a way of living, attracting a life of fulfillment and limitless potential." Michael Corthell In an ideal world, we would adopt a moneyless economic system like resourceism (also known as a resource-based economy). However, in our current reality, there's still a lot we can do to enhance our own lives and the lives of others. In today's fast-paced and ever-changing world, cultivating a prosperity mindset proves to be a potent tool for personal and professional success. Drawing wisdom from New Thought philosophy , we can discover practical steps to nurture this empowering outlook. Grounded in the conviction that our thoughts influence our reality, New Thought provides a transformative approach to achieving abundance, success, and overall well-being. Step

Have an Abundance vs Scarcity Mindset!

We receive life in abundance through gratitude and great love. by Michael Corthell Adopting an abundance mindset rather than a scarcity mindset has the potential to bring about significant transformations in your life. By consciously shifting your perspective from a perception of scarcity to a realization of the abundance that surrounds you, you take an important initial stride toward cultivating a positive and empowering mindset. When you shift to an abundance mindset it means that you aren't in competition with other people. You firmly believe that there's more than enough stuff to go around, and by collaborating with and helping other folks, you can make them more successful also. The people who live with a scarcity mindset are suspicious people. They are jealous and think that there's not enough money, success, food, toys, clothes, etc. to go around. Those of us who are firmly planted in the mindset of abundance know to the core of our soul that when we love

What does 'Poor' mean to you?

Lack of this doesn't make you poor. Read on... by Michael Corthell What does being poor mean? It's doesn't just mean the lack of money, as we shall see below. ''As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler; solitude will not be solitude, poverty will not be poverty, nor weakness weakness.'' —Henry David Thoreau It isn't the lack of money that makes a person impoverished, reduced to begging for their daily bread. It is their thinking for the most part. I say for the most part, because there are always exceptions; war, natural disaster, severe abuse, debilitating illness both physical and mental etc. But, for the most part the lack of money consciousness  or lack of an abundance mindset will create a life of poverty.  Read more The scarcity mindset can be emotionally painful for people (I know, I've been there and done that!) and will create in you unnecessary fear, anxiety, depression,  and desperation. An

[Have & Want] ''A Tale of Two Worlds'' featuring gluttony & starvation

“To say that the rich are sad and the poor are happy would be very narrow-minded and stupid. Both scarcity and overabundance tend to produce unhappiness in an individual. ” ― Dr Prem Jagyasi We create competition and conflict when we create scarcity.(yes, in the current dominant economic system we create it) “For many people the thrill of having more is intensified by the presence of those who have less. Waste is not the issue here. To many greedy individuals, power lies in withholding resources.” ― Bell Hooks, Where We Stand: Class Matters  

[Abundance] Thanks a lot!

  ''Abundance is not the absence of scarcity; it is the presence of abundant mentality.” ― Debasish Mridha Gratitude is the beginning of the Abundance Mindset. (Give thanks for every good thing and you will get more good things) “Plant seeds of happiness, hope, success, and love; it will all come back to you in abundance. This is the law of nature.” ― Steve Maraboli

The Having Continuum

  Life has a way of balancing( compensating for ) things. For example, those who have things in abundance will tend to worry endlessly about petty things like what to wear, how big a house to buy or what kind of car to drive.

Rich Human, Poor Human

Abundance to me is the inspired life I live, plus the highest quality of life I inspire in others. Having stated that. There's a lie that has infected humanity's thinking. It's an untruth that acts like a virus within our collective mind. And that lie is, 'There’s not enough to go around'. Gratitude (and sustainability) are the means of abundance. Just be thankful you have the ability to reduce suffering.... ''This is what you should do: love the earth and sun and the animals, despise riches, give alms to everyone that asks, stand up for the stupid and crazy, devote your income and labor to others, hate tyrants, argue not concerning God, have patience and indulgence toward the people, take off your hat to nothing known or unknown or to any man or number of men ... re-examine all you have been told at school or church or in any book, dismiss what insults your own soul, and your very flesh shall be a great poem''. ― Walt Whitman