A Common Blockage of Financial Abundance

A Common Blockage of Financial Abundance

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Your concerns of financial worries hold you back from that which you desire. You are abundant, and this is separate from the number you see in your bank account. Abundance cannot be taken away from you.

Your desire for money in and of itself is not an issue. Your stressful thoughts around not having enough, this, however, is in your best interest to address.

Many of our Higher Selves are choosing the experience of having to deal with these patterns prior to receiving the financial wealth that is being pursued. The lesson of gratitude and acceptance is more effectively integrated when you are made to cultivate this state while experiencing a financial situation that is less than “ideal”.

It is in learning to be grateful and at ease that will put you in a state of receiving.

Let me say this again, gratitude and ease puts you in a state to receive.

Practice cultivating this state. Practice unconditional acceptance. Practice feeling abundant and you will be.

If you believe you are one of the Souls that have come here to assist in Collective Ascension, we are looking for you..

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