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What is Abundant Living?

January 24, 2020
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Have you ever wondered about an abundant life?

Have you ever considered what it means to have an abundant life?

What is abundant living for you?

As I mentioned at the beginning of 2020, I wanted to change up the content on the blog as I wanted to focus more on holistic health. I believe that when you are nourishing yourself in all areas of your life, your health feels like its at its prime.

When you are taking the time to truly nourish yourself mentally, emotionally, spiritually, you begin to gain a deeper glimpse of who you truly are.

Additionally, I am in my own abundant living journey and I look forward to sharing principles, skills, and practices to help you live out your own abundance.

 

Scarcity and Lack

When you subconsciously belief in lack and scarcity, you will always believe in and perceive negativity when you witness the success of others.

This is because you always feel that the supply is running low because the success of others is taking away from the supply that you are desiring to draw from.

And simply put, we are what we believe. If we believe that there is not enough supply in the world for you and others to both achieve your big dreams, the success of others will always threaten you and you can never truly be happy others.

 

When you subconsciously belief in lack and scarcity, you will always believe in and perceive negativity when you witness the success of others. Click To Tweet

 

What is abundant life?

The word abundant means plentiful supply, more than sufficient, and rich quantities. This word can be applied to anything in life. When it comes to desiring an abundant life, in order to achieve this dream, it comes at the cost of releasing limiting beliefs and scarcity mindsets.

When you believe in an abundant life, you believe that the world is big enough and abundant/plentiful enough to supplement your big dream and the big dreams of others.

Now, abundance does not only refer to money, riches, and wealth. Abundance is an overflow in any area you desire, including the ones below:

  • Peace
  • Love
  • Purpose
  • Joy
  • Talents
  • Skills
  • Resources
  • Opportunities
  • Goodness
  • Self-confidence

Believing in abundance allows you sow into life’s goodness, sow into others, and understand that you will reap what you sow.

 

Abundant Living means transitioning from a scarcity mindset to an overflow mindset. Click To Tweet

 

What is abundant living?

John 10:10 is the scripture most related to abundant life and abundant living.

When you become a follower of Christ, He completely transforms you from the inside out. One of the things He transforms are the principles that you live by.

Many of us believe that we should just be able to make enough of a living to cover our bills, maybe even cover some ambitious desires. But the truth of the matter is that this is not God’s will.

Frankly, I used to be one of those people that believed this. But it is simply not true.

When you understand that God is the Creator of the world, you begin to understand that there is nothing that is not His. And as His Child, it is your birthright to partake of His Kingdom and to bear fruit and build His Kingdom.

Abundant Living means transitioning from a scarcity mindset to an overflow mindset. This kind of living recognizes that life is bigger than just you or me, and that we are all a part of God’s plan for the world. All our actions have lasting ripples in this world.

Abundant living means living your life according to the principles of God’s plan for you in this world. It means not being afraid to receive all that life has to offer.

Living abundantly means that you give to the overflow and you receive from the overflow.

 

If you’re interested in getting to know God on a deeper level so that you can get closer to what God has in store for you, then download this free worksheet:

Download “Free Getting Closer to God Checklist” GMP-Getting-Closer-to-God-Checklist.docx – Downloaded 136 times – 157 KB

 

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