Abundance of Beingness

When we focus on abundance, we tend to think about how much money we have, or what possessions we own. If our monetary and material assets are few, we believe that we are lacking in abundance. We can have millions of dollars, and we can lose it or give it away and be left with poverty. These things are transient and uncertain.

What if we reframed the reference of abundance to a meaning of what we ARE, rather than what we have? If I am at peace, it may be said I have an abundance of peace. If I am cheerful, I have an abundance of cheer. If I am loving, I have an abundance of love. If I am abundant in these things, I can give it all away, and I still have a never-ending flow. This makes us truly abundant!

True abundance has nothing to do with anything that I am having, and everything to do with what I am being. And that when I share my abundance of beingness abundantly with all those whose lives I touch, everything I sought to have came to me automatically, without my even trying to have them.

— Neale Donald Walsch

Experiment with the idea of BE-ing abundant, and focus on it rather than on ‘having’ abundance. When you do this, you may discover that ‘stuff’ matters comparatively little when you are being abundant. Notice how your life enriches!

Abundance of Beingness © February 21, 2011 | Annie Zalezsak

2 thoughts on “Abundance of Beingness

  1. Jacqui Cullen 22 February 2011 / 11:21 am

    That is the truth for me… When I am BE-ing, I am abundant. I am magnifying all THAT I AM and in return drawing to me all that I need. In those times of emotional dis-ease, I am feeling ‘less’ than I should be and therefore drawing to me less!

  2. Annie Zed 22 February 2011 / 1:40 pm

    How easy and obvious it is! And yet we often tend to over-analyze and complicate things. The truth is, when we are in the moment, we ARE BEING. When we are in emotional dis-ease, we are dwelling on the past or worrying about the future, so we feel less than well. BEING means being in the now. And NOW is always abundant.

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