Abundance is not something we acquire. It’s something we tune into.
The late Dr Wayne Dyer states “Abundance is not something we acquire. It’s something we tune into.”
The key is to raise our abundance of consciousness or awareness. Since our inner world always creates our outer world, if we want to change our experience of abundance, we must change our perspective.
Wayne Dyer also stated: “When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”
This ultimately means we don’t have to try to figure out how to manifest more abundance to invite it into our lives, but we must learn to see + appreciate the abundance that is already here.
As we honor the abundance that already lives deep within us, more abundance begins to flow our way + manifest in our outer world.
Everything is energy. Money is energy. The thought is energy. We are all made up of energy.
The world is simply responding energetically to how we are thinking, feeling + believing.
This guided meditation + visualized was created to help you improve your communication with benevolent, unlimited + abundant Universe, helping you to let go of any past programming or limited thinking, shift your perspective + invite in more abundance.
Give thanks to the unknown blessings already on their way to you.
This audio came at the exact moment I needed it!
“I’ve long held so many old, fear-based tapes about money, having come from a very humble household where money was VERY tight. Refocusing on gratitude for past, present, and future truly is the ticket to unlocking an abundant life. A very heavy burden has been lifted. My heart is full. Thanks Wendy!”
–Holly Stanford (NY TV, Film + Theatre actress)
Another incredible and powerful audio!
“Especially one I needed right now. I especially like how you emphasized the idea of cradling and loving your worries and fears-it literally removes all of the anxiety from it. The trick I think is just consistently reminding oneself to do that. Already I have been doing this and it’s amazing how it keeps me grounded and optimistic like my true self is actually embedded within the worries. It makes me feel extremely authentic and less concerned with societal expectations. Thank you!”
–Jason Sleisenger (Actor)