By Christeen Haddadin, Certified Money Coach 

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An abundance mindset helps us adopt empowering beliefs which invite opportunities into our awareness. This gives us the courage and momentum to explore, grow and achieve. This mindset shifts our interpretation of reality so we start seeing prospects instead of barriers. Our inner dialogue changes from “I can’t do this” to “How can I do this?”

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I am God’s beloved and I am forever taken care of

I am a magnet of health, wealth and abundance

I am open to receiving what God lovingly gives me

I am eternally grateful for all I have and all that is coming my way

I share God’s generosity and give all I have and all I am lovingly

I am God’s beloved and I am forever taken care of

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I wrote this abundance prayer a few years ago when I was working on adopting an abundance mindset myself and until this day, I keep repeating it as a personal mantra. It resonates with me on many levels, not only because it incorporates surrender to the Divine, but also because it includes the four pillars of abundance.

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 Four practices for adopting the Abundance Mindset

  1. Attracting abundance: You attract what you focus on is a concept as old as time. If you are looking for money abundance, you need to think strategically about money. Money is one of the great resources at our disposal; it’s a powerful tool that opens doors, creates opportunities, allows us to travel, live different experiences and so on. There are many ways to think about money – you can start by reflecting on your money behaviours and feelings, acknowledging the consequences of your money decisions and taking responsibility for them. Think of what you want out of your money, visualise, dream, then spell out the dream in terms of goals and plan for them

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  1. Being open to receiving: Having a limiting or restrictive mindset means there are many filters and boundaries that distort the way we perceive things around us. A simple example of this is how we react to compliments; do you accept compliments gracefully and take them in or do you doubt and question them? When presented with an opportunity or a different point of view, is your go-to reaction to reject and resist? Being open to receiving is a skill that we can learn and like anything new we are trying to learn, it needs attention and awareness. When you catch yourself in a moment of resistance, pause and make an intentional effort to question this resistance and instead replace it with acceptance (acceptance to explore, learn, receive help, guidance, and advice)

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  1. Adopting a gratitude attitude: Many religions teach the practice of gratitude. People who regularly take the time to notice and reflect on their blessings experience more positive and peaceful emotions; they are more content and express higher compassion and empathy. Gratitude makes us realise how fortunate we are and it actively triggers the abundance mindset; you are focusing on the abundance you have instead of the lack of what you do not have. You can keep a gratitude journal or set reminders throughout the day to list five blessings and reflect on how those blessings manifest in your life

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  1. Giving and contributing: Nothing says abundance more than giving and sharing with others. When we give lovingly, it’s as if we are telling the universe that we know there is plenty and there is enough for everyone. Being generous with your emotions, knowledge, money and time are all forms of giving. The practice of giving can start as small as giving compliments, acknowledging others, sharing your experience, contributing and adding value with your skills and talents

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You can contact Christeen Haddadin at chaddadinmajaj@gmail.com

 

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