All three of these audacious affirmations for financial abundance are very personal. They are from a time when I was experiencing financial difficulties and I felt like everything was falling apart (well, everything actually was).
Not only did they help me take ownership and responsibility for what was happening in my life at the time, but they also contributed to me being able to breakthrough. Now, when I do my affirmations, which is usually in the morning I repeat the affirmation for 3 minutes.
You may already use affirmations or maybe it’s something you want to get into. Whatever the case may be I hope these affirmations support you on your journey. Please note, affirmations alone will not change your circumstances or the situation you may be facing as everything requires the need to do the work and seek professional help if required.
1. Take accountability
You have to own the financial decisions you have made in your life as no one else can own it but you. At one point, I was placing the blame elsewhere but I had to wake up to the fact that where I was, was because of the decisions I had made in my life financially. Once I was able to do that, I had to forgive myself, shift my money mindset and do the damn work to get me back on track.
I take full accountability for my financial decisions as I have allowed things to get out of control, I forgive myself. I no longer experience financial lack, I am financially abundant. Money comes to me quickly and easily, I am grateful and happy for receiving this abundance.
2. Grab hold of opportunities
Richard Branson said it best “opportunities are like buses, there’s always another one coming along.” There is always an opportunity to increase your income by using your brilliance (skills, gifts, talents and expertise) to create additional income streams. What are some of the ways you can do that?
I’m so happy and grateful now that… money comes to me in increasing quantities on a continuous basis. Opportunities flow to me in great abundance and I’m manifesting all the things I set out to achieve.
3. Make a difference
Does money alone make a person happy? For me personally, money alone cannot make me happy but it can certainly help in many different ways and provides me with the ability to make a difference in the monetary sense as and when I’m called to do so. There is nothing wrong with wanting to increase your income, money has the ability to change lives.
I am so happy and grateful now that money is coming to me in increasing amounts, through multiple sources, on a continuous basis. I use my wealth to make a difference in the world and the lives of others. I am prosperous. My life is abundant.
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