Abundance Sadhana Day 6

yoga and abundance

“Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance.” Eckhart Tolle

Thoughts and feelings are irrevocably intertwined. The emotions you experience are a result of the thoughts that you think. Part of feeling abundant is having thoughts that make you feel that way. Luckily, you can control your thoughts (it’s still something that I’m working on – it’s a practice), which means that you can change your feelings. It all starts with knowing what you’re thinking and feeling, and so today, pay attention to your thoughts and feelings around money, wealth, abundance, and scarcity. For example, if you feel jealous of your friend who’s just told you that she’s headed to Hawaii next month, tune into your thoughts and notice what you’re telling yourself. “She’s so lucky. I’ll never have the money to do that. Must be nice.” (P.S. These are thoughts I’ve had before.)


Meditation: Light of Prosperity and Abundance from The Meditation Podcast. The preamble is really good and well worth a listen. The meditation starts at the 2:00 mark. Note that this is longer meditation (25:56), so make sure you’re comfy. If, like me, you’re not a “god” person, substitute whatever feels right: energy, higher power, goddess, etc.

Learning: Perceived Scarcity in a World of Outrageous Abundance from Michael Hyatt

Journaling prompt: When you think of “money” and “wealth,” what five phrases or words pop into your mind? How do you feel when you think about money and wealth? Spend a few minutes free writing about your thoughts and feelings about money.

Yoga: Yummy 20 from Rachel Scott and Do Yoga With Me. If you have tight hips like me, you may want to have a yoga block, blanket, or cushion handy for the last few minutes of this practice. Also, not meant as before-bed yoga.

Gratitude: List 5 activities that you love to do, and why you love them

What’s your favourite activity? Yoga is one of mine.

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