“Do I focus on what I have or what I don’t have?” “Do I view scarcity as an opportunity or as a source of fear and insecurity?” “How good am I at asking others for what I want or need?” “How good am I at developing a plan for abundance, getting help with it, and following it?”
When you suspend your assumptions within your dreams and instead simply ask the characters you meet questions, you can transform your life.
Scarcity is a blindness to the obvious abundance of life. Recognizing and experiencing that abundance habitually moves you into a sense of wealth and power.
Using Lucid Dreaming and IDL for Financial Decision Making A Sacred Sword for Business Success Dealing With Money Worries? Live Life as a Gummy Bear! A Bicycle Teaches Abundance A Tropical Fruit Teaches Business Success A Wealthy Donor Named Andra
Wisdom regarding handling finances is a rare thing. Your dreams and Integral Deep Listening can help you do a better job.
Know that a lot of things in your life are just for show; they aren’t so important. At the end of the day reduce, be small, see the circus that is surrounding your public life. You are more beautiful when you are small than the circus around your big, public life.
In the following interview, Amber gets in touch with a part of herself that doesn’t worry about money and discovers that it is not only happier than she is, but that can teach her those skills. If Amber can do it, you can too!
Wherever you go, whatever you do, your self-image, generally formed when you were a child, follows you. To change it, you need to get a sense of what it is and how it shows up in your thoughts and feelings and how it affects your relationships with others. Diamond has been married long enough to … Read more
How do you stop yourself from creating the life of your dreams? Do you ever wonder if you would be selfish if you did? Do you ever let your fears of what others might think stop you? If you do, don’t feel so special. So does most anyone else that is sincere and has a conscience.
What would your life be like if the thunderstorms in your life didn’t affect you? When you learn to become the sky, like Ellen did, it won’t!