15 Abundance Reminders to Free Your Mind
I would lie if I said I didn’t have money challenges from time to time. The thoughts of not enough, costs too much, spent too much, don’t have what I need enter my brain because I allow them to. The outcome is a spirit-mind-body beset by worry, mental stress, and physical weakness.
Turning to my good books always is the place to start to resolve such imbalances and maintain above-the-line holistic health. It was a blessing to open one of my favorites to immediately read these abundance reminders. Enjoy.
Abundance reminders for a mindset and life of financial freedom:
- Money is an effect.
- When you concentrate on the effect, you are forgetting the cause, and when you forget the cause, the effect begins to diminish.
- When you focus your attention on getting money, you are actually shutting off your supply.
- You must begin this very moment to cease believing that money is your substance, your supply, your support, your security, or your safety.
- Money is not — but God is!
- When you understand and realize this Truth, the supply flows uninterrupted into perfect and abundant manifestation.
- You must look to God alone as THE Source, and take your mind completely off the outer effect.
- If you look to your job,your employers, your spouse or your investments as the source of your supply, you are cutting off the real Source.
- In fact, if you look to any human person, place or condition for your supply, you are shutting down the flow.
- If you give power to any mortal as even being the channel for your supply, you are limiting your good.
- You must think of money and any other material desire or possession simply as an outer symbol of the inner supply.
- Money is the symbol of an Idea in Divine Mind.
- As the Divine Idea comes out into manifestation, it appears as the symbol — money.
- But money is not the supply.
- Rather, consciousness of God as your abundance constitutes your supply.
These financial freedom nuggets are adapted from The Abundance Book by John Randolph Price (Hay House, 1996,/1987, pp. 21-22).
–Rev. Niamo Nancy Muid