Abundance is uncertain, pure, and draws energy. To invite this type of energy you need to describe it, for when you identify it, you can declare it.
Your description of abundance is as peculiar as your DNA.
Abundance is the very feeling you have when all the toothpaste is gone and you recognize with a sigh that there is a spare in the cabinet. Sentimental abundance is having resources available when you need them — a kind safety net for you to pull from when needed support.
Reserves also assist in maintaining a strong personal foundation or who you are. Awareness and a place to keep those reserves, even if they are only clearly defined in your mind, are emotionally important. When committing those reserves to memory, it helps to work through them in writing and record them.
Since the definition of abundance is vast and personal, let us focus on four areas of reserves for now — love, laughter, humor and passion — to stimulate awareness and build those reserves for added support to your foundation.
Sympathy begins within the soul and is felt in the NOW. Negative emotions still crawling from the past hold you hostage and need to be let go to have abundance in the present. Here is a simple and effective way to let go. Close your eyes and allow any prior negative energy to develop into active memory. At the same time, fancy picking up a small stone with your non-dominant hand and placing it discreetly in your dominant hand. Close that hand gently on the stone. Take the built-up energy and move it into the stone. Feel it leaving your body. When that energy has passed into the stone, open your eyes. Now throw the stone, as if rolling it across a river, and begin repeating something such as: “X, you are gone forever. Good riddance.”
Renew this mantra faster and faster over the next few days until it is a lively thought and feeling that whooshes through your body until it’s emotional hold is gone. Afterward, write an affirmation statement such as: “I am…” to replace it with positive energy. To enrich this visualization, throw a real stone into water and place that sound into memory.
Here is another method that helps you switch from past to present. Journal for 10 minutes. At the end of that time, write a brief sentence, then rewrite it and begin to develop its energy with statements such as: “I am no longer a hostage of X. I am no longer letting this to place my life on hold. I am free and at peace with it once and for all.” Then shorten into an acceptance statement of ten or fewer words. Keep repeating this statement either eye-to-eye in front of a mirror or eye-to-eye with a friend until there is no longer any emotion attributed.