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I’ve been thinking a lot lately about abundance.  Being an entrepreneur you spend so much time alone.  I witness a lot of people, places, and things.  It’s an interesting way to view the world, you see things differently, because you are observing.  I actually like being the witness.

Witnessing abundance in the  world is a choice.  This is a powerful statement, as it’s taken me a long time to realize this.  There is always more in life.  I’m reminded of this when someone close to me loses a job.  Again, being “invested” in something, we often forget there is MORE… Let that sink in for a minute, there is M O R E!   I’m telling you every time I see someone regroup after a job loss, I am astonished by how life puts them back on the path.  It’s not always in the same way or with the same focus, but the turn of events is fantastic to witness.

Just to be clear, the MORE I’m describing is ENERGY, not things.  Think about the word abundance… how do you feel when you are seeing it in your mind?  What does it feel like to speak it aloud?  Now apply that word to a person, feeling, or situation… It’s a wonderful exercise.  I feel relaxed when I think of abundance.  I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders.  That giant worry line I have on my forehead is softened a bit.  It seems obvious, that with abundance, we can relax, because there is MORE in store for us.  What if we invested time in witnessing abundance?  What if we chose abundance in our own lives?  How would it feel to always know there is MORE?  Add abundance to your daily meditation.  Let me know how it goes.  I see MORE for us both!

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I had an early morning conversation with one of my clients the other day.  I asked her at what age it was going to be ok to stop trying to be beautiful before you leave the house in the morning.  We both had a good laugh and exchanged stories of last minute hair and shoe changes, etc.  Then she said the most wonderful thing…

She said at a certain point you become wise, and you realize all the external stuff relating to beauty is just fluff and in this wise moment you become truly beautiful.  She went on to share with me a tragedy that affected her very early in her life.  It filled her with shame and kept her from really living in her own beauty. Her own wise moment followed a very challenging life circumstance.

I was completely surprised that she shared such a personal story with me.  I also knew right away what a wonderful message she was passing on to me.  Now I’m passing it on to you all, there is nothing more beautiful than a wise woman!  ♥

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