If you believe your destiny is predetermined by anyone or anything – even including some supernatural entity (check that, especially including some supernatural entity) – I fear for your future. On the other hand, if you believe that you’re a co-creator in the kind of life you’re going to end up living, then you have a great shot at manifesting a prosperous life.
I actually have a formula and do believe there is a process for manifesting a prosperous life – one that anyone can choose to employ. That was the topic of the last Prosperity Livestream. You can watch it here and listen to it here. But all this begs the question…
Why don’t more people take advantage of their extraordinary opportunity to live a prosperous life?
Think about it. Living a prosperous life just might be the greatest gift that anyone can ever experience. Really. Because most or all of the things you might list as the greatest gift – the birth of your child, finding your soulmate, financial freedom, optimal health and mental wellness, etc. – are all included in what living a prosperous life means.
So why aren’t people lined up around the block to sign up for it?
Because they don’t believe it exists. Because they believe it only exists for “other” people, not people like them. Or because while they do believe it is possible for most – they don’t believe they themselves are worthy of receiving it. The astounding number of people who fall into one of these categories is one of the tragedies of our time. Let’s set the record straight:
It’s not a sin to be born in poverty and limitation, but it’s a sin to remain there.
A prosperous life is within your reach. In fact, prosperity is your birthright. Within you are the mental and moral qualities to become a higher version of yourself if only you believe it. And no matter what you may have heard to the contrary from well-meaning loved ones, government, or organized religion – you deserve prosperity and you’re worthy of receiving it.
Please. Accept your abundance.
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blindspots into "findspots"