4 Eye-Opening Lessons Learned From “The Abundance Factor” Movie
The Abundance Factor is an incredible new movie on different abundance techniques gathered from some of the most influential people on the planet, including Bob Proctor and John Assaraf.
If you are interested in The Law Of Attraction and enjoyed The Secret, then this is definitely something you'll love. (There is a link to the free version of the movie below!)
Lesson #1: If You Dream About Money Your Goal Is Actually FREEDOM
This is very important to understand for all of you who are trying to manifest abundance. The reason you might be struggling to do this is that you’re not 100% clear about what your real goal is.
You do not really want money for the sake of just seeing a nice number in your bank account. And you don’t want a suitcase of cash just lying under your bed.
What you do want is a certain lifestyle that comes from having money. You want to live a life of freedom.
Because money without happiness serves no purpose.
So work on visualizing that end goal instead of just physical money or a paycheck.
Ask yourself this: What would you do if you had the power to “live free”? Would you go traveling, or would you buy a new house, or would you send your kids to college, or, maybe, you would just be happy living the same life but without any debt. Figure out exactly what financial freedom, means to you. And you will get it.
The secret is that you may need something completely different than winning the lottery to live your life as you please. And the Universe will bring that to you.
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Lesson #2: If You Want To Be Happy Stop Chasing Money
Many of us put too much pressure on ourselves in the pursuit of money. If the process of getting more money is making you stressed and unhappy, it is not the right strategy.
If you find yourself tired and depressed more than happy, you need to change your approach.
First, focus on your own personal development instead of making money. Let finances always stay in the background. Spend more time on self-care and doing things that bring you joy. If you work on these things, money will follow.
The way it works is that once you stop letting the negative aspects of making money (like being in a job you hate) into your thoughts, you will create better opportunities for yourself.
Remember, it is so much more important to chase things in life that make light you up instead of chasing a paycheck in hopes that it will bring happiness.
Lesson #3: Take Risks
Have you ever tried to convince yourself that if you are afraid of doing something it just means that it is your instinct telling you not to? While trusting your gut instinct is indeed important, you need to learn the difference between that and just being scared. Fear of failing is NOT a “sign” to stay where you are and not move forward. If you focus on your setbacks you will always find those “signs”. But the truth is, they are just in your head.
All successful people took risks from time to time, trust me. Even if they didn’t get exactly what they wanted, they learned from it, and tried again, and succeeded next time.
So never miss out on opportunities just because you are afraid of failure or change.
Here are 3 tips how to do that:
- Stop underestimating yourself. Did you ever think that you might just be too harsh to yourself? If it wasn’t you in this situation, but say your best friend, wouldn’t you be much more supportive? So treat yourself like that, too. Stop doubting your own abilities and give yourself credit for the small victories. For example, if you are afraid of asking someone out, keep reminding yourself that you are a kind, loyal person with a lot to offer and anyone would be lucky to have you.
- Be realistic about what could go wrong. People tend to blow things out of proportion when they are afraid of something. If you let your imagination run wild, you will make up unrealistic scenarios of failing. Just take some time to make sure that you are looking at the situation and consequences in perspective. Journaling or talking to a friend about your fears might help to see that the likelihood of something going wrong isn’t that big.
- Let go of what others think. Many people don’t go after their goals because they are worried others will judge them. If you are worried you will embarrass yourself or disappoint someone, you need to understand that it is not their life. You should be able to do what you want to do and live a life you want to live. You can talk to your friends and family and try to explain your decisions to them, but do not forget that you are the one making the decision and you don’t have to justify it to anyone except yourself. Plus, many people don’t actually care as much as you think they do.
Lesson #4: It ALL Starts With Your Beliefs
All the big accomplishments start with one little idea. Which is why you need to be very careful what that idea is and what are the thoughts surrounding it. If you think you are not capable of doing something, you probably will prove yourself right. Remember, that your life originates in your mind. And then it evolves into being a reflection of your inner world. So make sure that you have a very positive internal emotional environment.
Look for thoughts and beliefs that may be a result of conditioning. For example, many people grow up in families with a mental state of lack, they become used to thinking this is the way things should be and this is why in the future they struggle with creating financial abundance. This can go for anything, money is just an example. Changing limiting beliefs like that is probably one of the most challenging parts of your journey. But once you accept that you are not always right and that things can be different, you will be on your way to changing your life.
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