1 : an ample quantity : profusion
2 : affluence, wealth
3 : relative degree of plentifulness

Source: www.merriam-webster.com


Abundance (n.): mid-14th century, from Old French abondance and directly from Latin abundantiafullness, plenty,” noun of state from abundantem, present participle of abundareto overflow.” (related to: Abound)

Abound (v.): early 14th century, from Old French abonderto abound, be abundant, come together in great numbers” (12c.), from Latin abundareoverflow, run over,” from Latin ab– “off” + undarerise in a wave,” from undaa wave,” from Proto-Indo-European unda-, nasalized form of root wed– “water, wet.”

Source: www.etymonline.com


“Summoning gratitude is a sure way to get our life back on track. Opening our eyes to affirm gratitude grows the garden of our inner abundance, just as standing close to a fire eventually warms our heart.”

Alexandra Katehakis (licensed marriage, family therapist, certified sex addition therapist, and founder and clinical director of the Center for Healthy Sex in West Los Angeles, CA)

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“As for time, all men have it in abundance.”

George S. Clason (1874-1957, soldier, businessman, writer of informational pamphlets on how to achieve financial success, which compiled into the book, The Richest Man in Babylon)

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“The poor man is poor because he will not heed instruction.”

Fred C. White (minister, economist, professor; and author of Walking in the Father’s Riches)

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“Honor your desire for a new life. Say yes to the small inklings of interest and curiosity that present themselves each day.”

Lynn A. Robinson (author, speaker, and intuitive consultant)

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“When you have passion, you don't need coffee.”

Rob Liano (author, certified life coach, and sales strategist)

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“Nirvana is entire body experience of complete knowingness that our lives are enriched with abundance in the present moment and that it will continue to be going forward.”

Matthew Donnelly (writer and author)

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“Even the smallest shift in perspective can bring about the greatest healing.”

Joshua Kai (naturopathic doctor, spiritual teacher, and author of The Quantum Prayer, An Inspiring Guide to Love, Healing and Creating the Best Life Possible)

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“As for time, all men have it in abundance.”

— George S. Clason

What if we got it wrong?  What if like water all matter on this planet is abundant and has the capacity to expand, morph, and enlarge?  What if time, space, energy are infinite and accessible?  What if our thought creations are limitless? Now, how exciting that would that be?

If we are living in a world of infinite potential, rather than a nightmare of limited scarcity, then what is preventing us from tapping into our deep reservoir of joy, creativity, and well-being?

Could it be the illusion of competition for survival?

Why did we construct such blocks to prevent us from loving and creating exponentially?

It’s become clear that it was all apart of our evolution.  But, now we have stepped up to a different stage, one of unity, partnership, cooperation, and community, an opportunity to work on multiple heart-centered and mindful levels.

We are chipping away at our constructed walls with persistent truth.  We are no longer propagating lies and creating fears.  We are believing and trusting in the infinite possibilities of our potential.  We are committing ourselves more fully to Life and Love.  We are modeling ourselves after the Rose, which effortlessly unfolds and blossoms with the Divine Providence.

We are prepared to be reborn as children, abundant in our innocence, receptive and accepting of our intuitive gifts, and allowing of The Flow.

Passionately Yours,




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