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Abundance and the Law of Pure Potentiality Meditation {Deepak Chopra}

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“We ask ourselves,
Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?

Actually, who are you not to be? . . .
Your playing small does not serve the world.”
—Marianne Williamson

With today’s meditation, we begin the second week of the Chopra Center 21-Day Meditation Challenge™, Creating Abundance. Throughout this week, we’ll explore abundance as it relates to the laws contained in my book, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success.  The power to create anything flows through us when we are connected to the moment, plugged into the deeper source from which all experience, knowledge, and existence emerge and to which they return. And, so, we’ll begin this week by discovering how we can put the first law, the Law of Pure Potentiality, into practice and create abundance by accessing this source, the field of all possibilities.

 –ooOoo–
Our centering thought for today is:
“Through the Law of Pure Potentiality, I can create anything, anytime, anywhere.”

–ooOoo–

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Om Bhavam Namah
I am absolute existence. I am a field of all possibilities.

–ooOoo–

This week, You will learn how to attract greater abundance by applying the laws from my book, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success”, to your life.

Today, we’ll focus on the first law, the law of  pure potentiality that asserts that in our essential state, we are pure consciousness, pure potentiality and the field of all possibilities.  When you discover your true nature and know who you really are, you experience pure being and stand fearless in the face of any challenge.  In this state, you are anchored in the unlimited and eternal power of yourself which draws people, situations and circumstances to help support your deepest desires.

Engaging in our daily activities, we sometimes hear thoughts and opinions often expressed as fact that do not define our divine essence.  We may hear news that good jobs are scarce, that the global financial picture is bleak, or that the world resources are rapidly dwindling.  It is important to note that such statements are not universal truths.  Instead, they represent a collective consciousness that provides a sense of scarcity and the illusion of competition.

With so much negativity going around us, how then do we discover the deepest part of ourselves?  Coming into silence, we’re able to tune into ourselves and embrace our inner knowing aligned with spirit, our highest self, we silence the chatter and negativity of our three-dimensional world and tap into our unlimited power.  Here, in the stillness, we experience our inner essence which helps us manifest our heart’s needs and desires.

Spending time each day to silently commune with nature and witnessing it’s perfect intelligence will also allow us to connect with higher consciousness.  Yet another way to achieve inner calm is to release the need to judge other people and circumstances as good or bad, right or wrong.  When we judge people and events in our lives, we create turbulence which gets in the way of our getting in touch with our higher selves.  Relinquishing this need will allow us to be in the place of deep stillness.

To practice the law of pure potentiality today, commit to spending some time in silence and nature.  Free yourself from the need to judge people or situations.  Say to yourself, today I will judge nothing that occurs and periodically remind yourself of that commitment.  Allow this message to settle into your consciousness.  “Thru the law of pure potentiality, I can create anything, anytime, anywhere.”  “Thru the law of pure potentiality, I can create anything, anytime, anywhere.”

Meditation
In this moment, go within to that place of inner quiet where we experience our connection to the higher self.  Let go of all thoughts and begin to observe the inflow and outflow of your breath.  With each inhalation and exhalation, allow yourself to become more relaxed, more comfortable, more at peace.
Sanskrit mantra is om buvahm namah, “I am absolute existence, I am a field of all possibilities.”  Om buvahm namah.

Release the Mantra
As you continue with your day, carry this sense of abundance with you, reminding yourself of today’s centering thought, “Through the law of pure potentiality, I can create anything, anytime, anywhere.”  “Through the law of pure potentiality, I can create anything, anytime, anywhere.”


 

Mindful Moment Witness the field of all possibilities.
Spend some part of your day in silence. When you have time, commune with nature. Throughout the day, suspend any need to judge people or circumstances. If you find yourself judging something or someone, gently remind yourself of your commitment.

 NAMASTE

http://www.chopra.com/meditation

Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire Meditation {Deepak Chopra}

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“You can become blind by seeing each day as a similar one.
Each day is a different one;
each day brings a miracle of its own.

It’s just a matter of paying attention to this miracle.”
—Paulo Coehlo

During our time together, we defined abundance as having all your needs, wants, and desires met; we also discovered that the source of all abundance is the unlimited divine source, underlying all creation. We discussed the three levels of consciousness—mind, matter, and spirit—and how spirit is the source of everything that is and where anything is possible. Just yesterday, we acknowledged that the seeds of success are within and always available to you.  Today, you will learn that when you align your thoughts, deeds, beliefs, and expectations with spirit, everything you have always wanted, needed, or desired flows freely to you.

–ooOoo–
Our centering thought for today is:
“I use my conscious intention to manifest my dreams.”

–ooOoo–

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Sat, Chit, Ananda
Existence, Consciousness, Bliss
–ooOoo–

Over the last six days, we have discovered the reality of the source of abundance which is unlimited and eternal.  We’ve learned that mind, matter and spirit work in conjunction with one another to manifest abundance, as in the silent field of all possibilities lie the seeds of success.  When you live from within, your desires are fulfilled quickly, spontaneously and with minimal effort.  This week, we’ll contemplate what we sometimes call a coincidence, a miracle, or just luck.

Ask yourself how long does it take for a dream to come true?  In the minds of some, specific conditions must be met, plans must be in place, a certain amount of time must pass, and effort needs to be exerted.  However, these conditions all spring from the physical three-dimensional world.  In deeper levels of consciousness, what we call a dream, miracle, or lucky coincidence can happen in an instant.  Is a lucky coincident something that happens to some and not to others?  Or is what we call luck what is actually the result of awareness and intention?

Having your dreams spontaneously fulfilled is not luck, in fact, luck is a concept invented and used by those who have not yet discovered the power of living in alignment with the soul, spirit and source.  Once you realign with your source, you will find that you can spontaneously fulfill your desires and enjoy every day miracles.  There will never be a need to worry about when or if your dreams will come true if you hold the faith and trust that they will.

Take a moment to envision an everyday miracle you would like to have happen in your life.  Consider your circumstances as they are now, and how you would like them to be.  For instance, perhaps you work as an accountant but have always wanted to express your artistic side.  Paying attention to your body, notice how you feel when you think about your present circumstances and when you focus on your dreams.  Pay attention to these feelings of comfort or discomfort, sadness or joy.  Your body is a wonderful tool to help align you with spirit.  Noting how it feels helps you to make creative choices that will bring you closer to what you desire.

Now as we prepare for meditation consider today’s centering thought,
“I use my conscious intention to manifest my dreams.”
“I use my conscious intention to manifest my dreams.”

Meditation
Now let’s begin, please find a comfortable position placing your hands lightly on your lap and closing your eyes.  In this moment go within to that place of inner quiet where we experience our connection to the higher self.   Let go of all thoughts and begin to observe the inflow and outflow of your breath.  With each inhalation and exhalation  allow yourself to become more relaxed, more comfortable, more at peace.  Gently introduce today’s Sanskrit mantra, repeating it mentally and allowing it to flow with effortless ease :
Sat (Saht) Chit Ananda (Ahnanda).  Sat Chit Ananda.  Existence, consciousness, bliss.  Sat Chit Ananda.
Whenever you find yourself distracted by thoughts, sensations in your body or noises in the environment, simply return your attention to mentally repeating the mantra: Sat Chit Ananda. Continue with the meditation for as long as you wish.

Release the Mantra
Bring your awareness back into your body, take a moment to rest, inhaling and exhaling slowly and deeply, when you feel ready gently open your eyes.  As you continue with your day carry the sense on unlimited potential with you and remember today’s centering thought:
“I use my conscious intention to manifest my dreams.”


Mindful Moment Be led by your mind-body-spirit.
Take a moment to envision an everyday miracle you’d like to have happen in your life. Consider your circumstances as they are now and how you’d like them to be. Paying attention to your body, notice how you feel when you think about your current circumstances and when you focus on your dreams. Write down these feelings of comfort or discomfort, sadness, or joy. Your body is a wonderful tool to help align you with spirit. Noting how it feels helps you make creative choices that will bring you closer to what you desire.

 NAMASTE

http://www.chopra.com/meditation

The Seeds of Success Meditation {Deepak Chopra}

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“As human beings, our greatness lies not
so much in being able to remake the world . . .
as in being able to remake ourselves.”

—Mahatma Gandhi

Today, we will consider what success is and where it is found. It’s common to sometimes measure our success or fulfillment by comparing ourselves to others. This is called object-referral, looking outside for validation. It’s also common to overlook the opportunities for success that exist in our setbacks or failures. Through meditation, we learn that everything we want, need, and desire is already within us and that the seeds of success are within every perceived setback. Self-referral, looking within, is where true fulfillment resides.

In the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson:
“Success: To laugh often and much, to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children, to appreciate beauty, to find the best in others, to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition, to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.”

–ooOoo–

Our centering thought for today is:
“Everything I desire is within me.”

–ooOoo–

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Ram . . . Ram . . . Ram
Everything I desire is within me.

–ooOoo–

We are born with everything we need for a life full of love and success.  But often we measure our love, joy, health, vitality and other positive qualities by comparing ourselves to something or someone else.  Perhaps thinking thoughts like “I have a loving relationship but not as loving as my friend’s” or “I live in a nice house but not as big as my brother’s”, or, “I have a good job but I don’t make as much money as my colleague”.   Such comparisons stem from object referral, looking outside oneself for validation.  But an abundant life is not about external comparisons but instead, a life of fulfillment comes from within with the knowledge that you were born with everything you need to be happy and successful, and can access those seeds of abundance at any time.

Currently, all over the world, many people are experiencing difficult times.  When we experience such setbacks, we sometimes feel as though we’ll never achieve success.  Yet, in every perceived failure or setback is the seed of success.  In every situation we have new opportunities to find creative solutions for our problems, redefine our priorities and explore other options.  We begin to view our challenges more positively once we realize we have the power to focus our attention on new possibilities and possibilities for abundance are endless.  There are no limits to what we can have.

Take the time to look at each situation which challenges you and find those seeds of success that will attract greater abundance into your life.

Consider the abundant banquet of life that has been spread before us in all of it’s splendor.  Spend a moment focusing on this centering thought,
“Everything I desire is within me.”
“Everything I desire is within me.”

Meditation
Go within to that place of inner quiet where we experience our connection to our higher self.   Let go of all thoughts and begin to observe the inflow and outflow of your breath.  With each inhalation and exhalation, allow yourself to become more relaxed, more comfortable, more at peace.  Gently introduce the mantra, repeating it mentally, and allowing it to flow with effortless ease.. Rum, rum.   “Everything I desire is within me.”  Rum. Rum. Rum.  Whenever you find yourself distracted by thoughts, distractions in your body, noises in the environment, simply gently return your attention to mentally repeating the mantra.  Rum.  Rum.  Rum.  Please continue with your meditation for about five minutes.

Release the mantra.  
Bring your awareness back into your body.  Take a moment to rest, inhaling and exhaling slowly and deeply.  When you feel ready, gently open your eyes.

As you continue with your day, take with you the sense of stillness and remember today’s centering thought “Everything I desire is within me”.  ”Everything I desire is within me”.


Mindful Moment Discover the seeds.
Take a moment today to consider a situation that feels like a failure or a setback. From that perspective, try to identify opportunities that could put you on the path to success. Write down the steps you can take to make your vision a reality. You can apply this exercise to all areas of your life. Take the time to look at each situation that challenges you and find those seeds of success that will attract greater abundance into your life.

NAMASTE 

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The Field of All Possibilities Meditation {Deepak Chopra}

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“Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take,
but by the moments that take our breath away.”

—Maya Angelou

Today, we will delve into the field of all possibilities that reveals itself in the silence of meditation. The unlimited power of the universe is always available to you. Making intuitive choices, grounded in this unified field, will help you manifest your deepest desires.  When going about your daily life, continue to cultivate stillness whenever possible. Spend time in nature, absorb its beauty, and notice how its abundance is spread before you. Bask in the energy of beautiful music; uplifting and inspirational stories; and optimistic, like-minded people. As you do this, you’ll find the field of all possibilities will open wide to help your dreams, hopes, and desires come to fruition.

–ooOoo–

Our centering thought for today is:
“Today, I embrace my potential to be,
do, and have whatever I can dream.”

–ooOoo–

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Sat, Chit, Ananda
Existence, Consciousness, Bliss

–ooOoo–

 

Welcome to Day 5 – The Field of All Possibilities.  There is a saying, “You are known by the company you keep” and through our environment we tend to inherent the beliefs of those with whom we spend the most time.  These philosophies then become part of our subconscious mind.

Though research shows we function primarily with our subconscious minds that have been programmed by others, as humans we have the amazing ability to change past conditioning.  We can achieve this by releasing negativity, interacting with like-minded conscious people, enjoying inspirational sights and sounds, and engaging in uplifting activities.  In this way, we can develop new, positive ways of  living and begin to clear the subconscious of all that does not serve us.

True transformation is brought about by the two qualities inherent in consciousness – attention or focus and intention, a clear vision of a desired outcome.  Attention energizes and intention transforms.   What we place our attention on expands in our lives and our intention for the object of our attention will orchestrate the forces of the universe to support our desired result.  Harnessing this power of attention and intention, you can change your life to reflect exactly what you envision.

Entering into the field of all possibilities during meditation allows us to bear witness to our co-creative powers and change any situation in our lives.  For instance, if you want to move from where you currently live, to be closer to the ocean, then you might envision a two bedroom home one block from the water’s edge with a vegetable garden and a yard for the dog.  Being specific helps crystallize the vision.  When you go into meditation, look at this intention and let it go.  Surrender it to the field of all possibilities and allow the universe to correlate the details.

You are a radiant, cherished and deeply loved being, imbued with the seeds of divinity and possess the power to live a life filled with love, joy, health and passion, friends, material possessions and whatever else you choose.  Expect and accept this ultimate good and revel in the truth of your resplendent existence.

Right now, as we prepare for mediation, take a moment to contemplate today’s centering thought,
“Today, I embrace my potential to be, do and have whatever I can dream”.
”Today, I embrace my potential to be, do and have whatever I can dream.”

Meditation
Now let’s begin.  Please find a comfortable position, placing your hands lightly in your lap and closing your eyes.  In this moment, go within to that place of inner quiet where we experience our connection to our higher self.  Let go of all thoughts and begin to observe the inflow and outflow of your breath.  With each inhalation and exhalation, allow yourself to become more relaxed, more comfortable, more at peace.  Gently introduce today’s Sanskrit mantra, repeating it mentally and allowing it to flow with effortless ease, Sat Chit Ananda.  Sat Chit Ananda.  Existence, consciousness, bliss.  Sat Chit Ananda.  Whenever you find yourself distracted by thoughts, sensations in your body or noises in the environment, simply return your attention to mentally repeating the mantra, Sat Chit Ananda.  Continue with your meditation for about 5 minutes.  Sat Chit Ananda.  Sat Chit Ananda.

Release the mantra.
Bring your awareness back into your body.  Take a moment to rest, inhaling and exhaling slowly and deeply.  When you feel ready, gently open your eyes.  As you continue with you day, carry the sense of unlimited potential with you and consider today’s centering thought, ”Today, I embrace my potential to be, do and have whatever I can dream”.  ”Today, I embrace my potential to be, do and have whatever I can dream.  Today, I embrace my potential to be, do and have whatever I can dream.”


Mindful Moment Awaken to unlimited possibilities.
Look at one situation you’d like to change. Allow yourself to focus your thoughts on that one wish. Then, write down one intention. Be as specific as you can. When you go into meditation, look at this intention and let it go. Surrender it to the field of all possibilities and allow the universe to correlate the details.

 NAMASTE

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Pure Consciousness Meditation {Deepak Chopra}

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 “All things that truly matter—
beauty, love, creativity, joy, inner-peace—
arise from beyond the mind.”

—Eckhart Tolle

 In our time together today, we will explore the concept of pure consciousness, that which reappears as we release the world of the physical, the world of thoughts, perceptions, beliefs, and feelings. We reach pure consciousness through the practice of meditation.  Once in a while, out of the fog of thoughts, a clear patch will emerge. If we are quiet, we encounter moments of pure silence. I call these thought “gaps” and, through these gaps, we can glimpse the deepest level of the soul. Each glimpse increases our understanding, and eventually our consciousness becomes expanded. In this way, we transcend the three-dimensional world and slip into pure consciousness.

–ooOoo—

Our centering thought for today is:
“From this moment forward,
I invite unlimited abundance into my life.”

–ooOoo—

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Aham Brahmasmi
The core of my being is the ultimate reality,
the root and ground of the universe,
the source of all that exists.

–ooOoo—

Noted Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Jung, coined the term, “collective consciousness”.  He coined the term to signify the beliefs we hold that are based on what others have taught us.  All these beliefs stem from object referral, seeking answers externally and accepting others’ portrayals of  how life is supposed to be.

As we reconnect with the higher self, delving within for guidance, we begin to live our lives through self-referral, detaching from external messages and living from pure consciousness or the unified field.  As we contemplate our understanding of abundance, we may realize that our social conditioning has led us to believe  there is only so much to go around – a finite amount of money or a limited number of opportunities.  Whether we define abundance as material wealth, love, joy, friends or recognition, we project the idea that these resources are scarce and when they are gone, there will be no more.

If this has been your experience when you move through the physical world, abundance can seem elusive.  If you identify with pure consciousness, however, true abundance is natural phenomenon.  Pure consciousness includes pure potentiality, meaning that anything is possible in the realm of spirit.  It is self-referencing, self-evolving and self-regulatory.  In this realm, you are the one who chooses your present and your future.  In this moment, what are you choosing?  Become a silent witness to your thoughts, ask your heart and you will know.

Collective consciousness resides in the physical world – that of mind and matter; pure consciousness exists in the gap between thoughts.  Here is the foundation of all creativity, the place where you can give rise to anything you want, need or desire – without limit.

Embrace your true being, your highest self today.  Leave behind the past and any preconceived  feelings about the physical world, notions of pre-conditioning, and tap into the universal mind to bask in the bliss of transcendent silence, pure consciousness.

Take a moment today to consider a situation in  which the thoughts and beliefs of others have shaped your perception and then contemplate a new scenario that reflects your highest vision of circumstances.  Ask yourself, “What have I been choosing in this situation?”  ”What new choices can I make from this moment on that will help me realizes my new goals?”

As we move into our meditation, let’s focus on today’s centering thought,
“From this moment forward I invite unlimited abundance into my life”.
”From this moment forward, I invited unlimited abundance into my life.”

Meditation
Now let’s begin.  Please find a comfortable position, placing your hands lightly in your lap and closing your eyes.  In this moment, go within to that place of inner quiet where we experience our connection to the higher self.  Let go of all thoughts and begin to observe the inflow and outflow of your breath.  With each inhalation and exhalation, allow yourself to become more relaxed, more comfortable, more at peace.  Gently introduce today’s Sanskrit mantra, repeating it mentally and allowing it to flow with effortless ease, Aham Brahmasmi.  Aham Brahmasmi.  The core of my being is the ultimate reality.  Aham Brahmasmi.  Whenever you find yourself distracted by thoughts, sensations in your body or noises in the environment, simply return your attention to mentally repeating the mantra, Aham Brahmasmi.  Continue with your meditation for about 5 minutes.  Aham Brahmasmi.

Release the mantra.  
Please bring your awareness back into your body.  Take a moment to rest, inhaling and exhaling slowly and deeply.  When you feel ready, gently open your eyes.  As you continue with your day, carry the sense of abundance with you, reminding yourself of today’s centering thought, “From this moment forward, I invite unlimited abundance into my life”.  ”From this moment forward, I invite unlimited abundance into my life.”


Mindful Moment Invite new choices.
Take a moment today to consider a situation in which the thoughts and beliefs of others have shaped your perception. Then, contemplate a new scenario that reflects your highest vision of these circumstances. Ask yourself: What have I been choosing in this situation? What new choices can I make from this moment on that will help me realize my new goals?

NAMASTE

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Mind, Matter, and Spirit Meditation {Deepak Chopra}

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“It is confidence in our bodies,
minds, and spirits that allows us to
keep looking for new adventures,
new directions to grow in, and new lessons to learn
— which is what life is all about.”

—Oprah Winfrey

Today, we will consider the three levels of existence—mind, matter, and spirit. Mind is the reasoning level that tells us that we can or cannot be, do, or have something. Matter is the physical world around us that shows us the results of what we hold in our minds. Spirit is the deepest domain, the place of our interconnectedness with the infinite mind of the universe. It is the field of pure potentiality.  Accessing the spiritual realm through the daily practice of meditation opens the way to manifesting your deepest desires. By changing your thoughts, beliefs, expectations, and intentions and connecting with stillness, you will allow the unbounded, unlimited abundance of the universe to flow easily and effortlessly into your life.

–ooOoo—

Our centering thought for today is:
“Today, I focus on what I want to attract into my life.”

–ooOoo—

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Sat, Chit, Ananda
Existence, Consciousness, Bliss

–ooOoo—

Welcome to Day 3, What is reality?  Is it what we can experience with our senses?  Or is it something else – something deeper?  Consider for a moment, where was the chair you are sitting on before it was created?  Where was your newborn before she came into this world?  Just because we cannot see or touch something does not mean it doesn’t exist.  It simply means we can’t experience it in our three dimensional world at this moment.  The same holds true for whatever you consider abundance – limitless love, unbounded joy, optimal health or greater material possessions.  Just because you’re not experiencing what you desire in this moment doesn’t mean it can’t exist for you.

We live our lives primarily on the physical plane which includes everything that has form or substance, what we normally refer to as matter.  Some look at this physical realm and see lack – others see abundance.  Some feel abundant, others feel limited based on certain messages they may have received in the past.  While we believe matter to be reality, we often view reality as changeless yet, matter and form continually change.  So, what then is reality?

As we exist in the physical plane, we also live at the level of the mind.  The mind is that part of us that perceives, reasons, thinks, and evaluates.  The mind is potential energy and because of this, we can change our physical world simply by changing our thoughts and beliefs.  Beyond the mind at the deepest level of consciousness resides the spirit.  This is the part of us that is eternal, unchanging and imbued with pure, unlimited potential.  Tapping into this potential is what allows us to manifest miracles.  The world out there may appear to be objective but, in fact, it is subjective, a construct of our own interpretations.

Our words, thoughts and beliefs create specific results in the physical world.  Therefore abundance does not spring from an external source.  Rather it comes from within – from thought, intention, attention and expectation.  You, as a powerful creative being, can change your perceptions, change your mind and change your reality by transforming your thoughts and expectations.  You can begin to speak and understand nature’s language and harness it’s infinite flow of energy, information and intelligence to enjoy the great bounty of spirit that is your birthright.

As we prepare for meditation, let’s contemplate today’s centering thought,
“Today I focus on what I want to attract into my life”.
”Today I focus on what I want to attract into my life.”

Meditation
Now let’s begin. Please find a comfortable position, placing your hands lightly in your lap and closing your eyes.  In this moment, go within to that place of inner quiet where we experience our connection to the higher self.  Let go of all thoughts and begin to observe the inflow and outflow of your breath.  With each inhalation and exhalation, allow yourself to become more relaxed, more comfortable, more at peace.  Gently introduce today’s Sanskrit mantra, repeating it mentally and allowing it to flow with effortless ease, Sat Chit Ananda. Existence, consciousness, bliss.  Sat Chit Ananda.  Whenever you find yourself distracted by thoughts, sensations in your body or noises in the environment, simply return your attention to mentally repeating the mantra, At Chit Ananda.  Continue with your meditation for about 5 minutes.  Sat Chit Ananda.  Just mentally.

Release the mantra.  
Please bring your awareness back into your body.  Take a moment to rest, inhaling and exhaling slowly and deeply.  When you feel ready, gently open your eyes.  As you continue with your day, carry the sense of abundance with you, remembering to consider the centering thought, “Today I focus on what I want to attract into my life”.  ”Today I focus on what I want to attract into my life.  Today I focus on what I want to attract into my life.”


Mindful Moment –  Commit to the vision.
Take a moment to reflect on one situation in your life that you’d like to change, and write down the specific things about it that you wish were different. Then, write down how you would like that situation to be. Throughout your day, whenever you find yourself thinking of the circumstances as they are now, remind yourself of the new way you envision them. As you change your thoughts, you are harnessing nature’s flow of energy, information, and intelligence to change your life.

 NAMASTE

http://www.chopra.com/meditation

The Source of All Abundance Meditation {Deepak Chopra}

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“The appearance of things changes according to the emotions,
and thus we see magic and beauty in them,
while the magic and beauty are really in ourselves.”

~Kahlil Gibran

In today’s meditation, we will discover that the source of all abundance is the same as the source of everything else—God, a higher power, a divine source, spirit, the universe, unified field, or the cosmos. While the name you ascribe to this source doesn’t matter, what is important is knowing that beyond the physical realm, there is a place of unbounded creativity; therein resides the key to abundance.  Abundance, like everything else in the universe, is simply a specific arrangement of energy and information. With our intention, we can change the energy, add new information, and manifest whatever we want, need, or desire. Abundance is unlimited, unbounded, and always available.

–ooOoo–
Our centering thought for today is:
“I create my personal abundance from an infinite source.”

–ooOoo–
Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Aham Brahmasmi
The core of my being is the ultimate reality,
the root and ground of the universe, the source of all that exists.
 

–ooOoo–

Welcome to day 2.  All material creation, everything we can see, touch, hear, taste and smell, is made from the same stuff and comes from the same source.  While we may refer to the source by different names – God, a Higher Power, The Holy Spirit, or perhaps the Cosmos, this source is the entire universe, the unified field  -everything that is beyond the perception of the five senses.

The key to living an abundant life is to embrace the idea that abundance comes from this unified field.  Within it lies the power of infinite creativity just waiting for your call.  Whether you desire more love, more joy, more friends, more money, or better health, it’s all yours for the asking and accepting and, if you’re willing to let go of any resistance you have to receiving abundance, relinquish any belief that you are limited, open your mind and heart to the possibility that you can attract anything you desire in life and abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.

True abundance begins with a thought followed by an intention, a clear understanding of what you want to happen.  Then an expectation and finally the pervasive feeling that lets you know you can be, do and have anything your heart desires as long as you believe in it’s possibility, it serves you and others, and brings harm to no one.  This is the exquisite creative process of attraction at work.

Inviting the unlimited abundance that already exists around you into your life requires only hour awareness, intention and silence.  No matter what your life was like in the past, now is your time to enjoy the fruits of abundance by going directly to the source and accepting what is waiting there for you.

For today’s meditation, ask yourself the question, “What would I like to have more of in my life?”  Maybe you want more love or better health.  Allow your answer to help you form a clear intention of whatever it is that you desire.

As we go into meditation, plant the seed of this intention into the fertile soil of the unified field and allow the universe to take care of the details.

As we prepare to reconnect with the unified field, the source of all abundance, let’s focus on today’s centering thought,
“I create my personal abundance from an infinite source”.
”I create my personal abundance from an infinite source.
” I create my personal abundance from an infinite source.”

Meditation
Find a comfortable position, placing your hands lightly in your lap and closing your eyes.  In this moment, go within to that place of inner quiet where we experience our connection to the higher self.  Let go of all thoughts and begin to observe the inflow and outflow of your breath.  With each inhalation and exhalation, allow yourself to become more relaxed, more comfortable, more at peace.  Gently introduce today’s Sanskrit mantra, repeating it mentally and allowing it to flow with effortless ease, Aham Brahmasmi – the core of my being is the ultimate reality.  Aham Brahmasmi.  Whenever you find yourself distracted by thoughts, sensations in your body or noises in the environment, simply return your attention to mentally repeating the mantra, Aham Brahmasmi.  Continue with your meditation for about 5 minutes.  Aham Brahmasmi.  Aham Brahmasmi.

Release the mantra.  
Please bring your awareness back into your body.  Take a moment to rest, inhaling and exhaling slowly and deeply.  When you feel ready, gently open your eyes.  As you continue with your day, carry the sense of abundance with you, reminding yourself of today’s centering thought, “I create my personal abundance from an infinite source”.  ” I create my personal abundance from an infinite source.”


Mindful Moment   Enter the realm of unbounded creativity.
Ask yourself: What do I feel I need more of in my life? Write down your answer and come back to it throughout your day. Allow your answer to help you form a clear intention of whatever it is you desire. Then, when you go into meditation, plant the seed of this intention into the fertile soil of the unified field and allow the universe to take care of the details.

NAMASTE

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The Reality of Abundance Meditation {Deepak Chopra}

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“Abundance is a state of mind in which you believe you are intrinsically creative…
You recognize that the universe is abundant, and that you are an expression of the universe.”

~ David Simon, M.D. Co-Founder of The Chopra Center for Wellbeing

The word “abundance” can mean different things to different people. For instance, one person may consider amassing great wealth as living an abundant life. Another may define abundance in spiritual terms—to be, do, and have a life filled with love, joy, harmony, peace, health, and vitality. Throughout our time together, we’ll explore what abundance is at its core, how we can prepare ourselves to receive more of all good things, and how we can transform any limiting beliefs we may have held up until now.

–ooOoo–

Our centering thought for today is:
“Today, I behold all the abundance that surrounds me.”

–ooOoo–

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
So Hum  (I am.)

–ooOoo–

“Welcome to Day 1.  Welcome to the Chopra Center 21 Day Meditation Challenge, Creating Abundance.  We are very happy you have decided to embark upon this journey into stillness and silence to experience authentic abundance consciousness.  Over the next three weeks, we will focus on the different aspects of abundance.  In our first week, preparing for abundance, we will consider the promise for unlimited potential.  During this time, we learn what true abundance is; the infinite source from which it springs, how consciousness and the mind affect it’s flow, and how we can more deeply understand that abundance is a divine right bestowed upon each and every one of us.

During our second week, we’ll show how abundance relates to the seven spiritual laws of success beginning with the law of pure potentiality – what exactly is possible, and ending with the law of dharma – how to increase abundance in our lives by serving humanity with our unique skills and talents.

In our third week, we’ll contemplate the practical aspects of abundance through living in abundance, our natural state of being.  During this time, we’ll explore the concept of synchrodestiny, consciously manifesting our destinies by harnessing the power of intention and meaningful coincidence.  We’ll also discuss the importance of living gratefully in a manner that is carefree and with love and in unity to create an environment of abundance around us.

So as we begin, let’s ask ourselves, “What is true abundance?”  True abundance is the experience through which all of our needs are easily met and our desires spontaneously fulfilled.  We know true abundance when we feel joy, health, happiness, a sense of purpose and vitality in every moment of our existence.  An overflowing fullness that infuses every facet of our lives.

We never need to seek abundance, we simply need to notice and open up to what is already there and allow the bounty of the universe to flow through us. Each of us experiences abundance every day in the unbounded joy of a child, the  bright sunlight that fills the room as you open your eyes to a new morning, the many friends and family who are always there for you.  Nature, too, reflects abundance in all its glory – vibrant fields of wild flowers, majestic mountain peaks, lush and fragrant forests, and the wildlife that thrives on our planet.  All of these gifts that nature provides to us in every moment are examples of true abundance.  It is impossible to count the grains of sand in one inch of the shore, or the twinkling stars that fill our night skies.  Even our own bodies, composed of the same molecules that make up the entire universe contain billions of cells.  In nature, the universe, and even within us, there is no such thing as scarcity or lack.

Now that you possess this knowledge, you can live the concept of unlimited abundance, knowing that the desires of your heart are always available provided you are open to receiving them and sharing your gifts with the world.

At some point today, take time to witness examples of abundance within and all around you.  You will see the myriad riches the universe offers us in every moment, and begin to experience true abundance consciousness.

As we prepare to meditate together, let’s take a moment to focus on today’s centering thought,
“Today I behold all the abundance that surrounds me”.
”Today, I behold all the abundance that surrounds me.”

Meditation
Let’s begin our meditation to connect with the source through which all abundance flows.  Find a comfortable position, placing your hands lightly in your lap palms upward and close your eyes.  In this moment, go within to that place of inner quiet where we experience our connection to the higher self.  Let go of all thoughts and begin to observe the inflow and outflow of your breath.  With each inhalation and exhalation, allow yourself to become more relaxed, more comfortable, more at peace.  Now gently introduce the mantra, repeating it mentally and allowing it to flow with effortless ease, So Hum.  So Hum.  Whenever you find yourself distracted by thoughts, sensations in your body or noises in the  environment, simply return your attention to mentally repeating the mantra.  So Hum.  Continue with your meditation for about 5 minutes.  So Hum.  So Hum.  Now silently in the mind.

Release the mantra.  
Bring your awareness back into your body.  Take  a moment to rest, inhaling and exhaling slowly and deeply.  When you feel ready, gently open your eyes.  As you continue with your day, carry this new understanding of true abundance with you, reminding yourself of today’s centering thought, “Today I behold all the abundance that surrounds me”. “Today I behold all the abundance that surrounds me.   Today, I behold all the abundance that surrounds me.”


Mindful Moment –  Experience the reality of abundance in your life.
Take time to witness examples of abundance within and all around you. Create a list and refer to it throughout your day. In no time, you will see the myriad riches the universe offers us in every moment and begin to experience true abundance consciousness.

NAMASTE

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Happiness and Humanity – Day 22 Creating Abundance Meditation Challenge™ {Deepak Chopra}

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“I absolutely agree with Dr. Chopra’s view that
‘if we want to change the world,
we have to begin by changing ourselves’.”

—His Holiness, the Dalai Lama

Happiness and Humanity

Welcome to Day 22, a special, additional day of the Chopra Center 21-Day Meditation Challenge™, Creating Abundance. Today, we will embark on a journey to heal the world.  Throughout our time together, we have explored the concept of abundance in all its forms. In today’s guided meditation, we will elevate our consciousness to share that rich abundance with all of humanity.


Our centering thought for today is:
“As I elevate my abundance consciousness,
I do my part to heal the world.”

–ooOoo–

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
So Hum
I am.

Thank you for your heartfelt commitment to creating abundance for yourself and the global community, and I look forward to many opportunities for us to reconnect in the future. In the meantime, please continue to live each day from an open heart awareness, sharing your unique gifts and talents with the world.

 


Mindful Moment
Reflect on your journey.
Commit to spending time today reflecting on your three-week journey to an abundance consciousness. Celebrate your accomplishment of meditating daily, journaling, and incorporating the Mindful Moments into your life. Indulge in a moment of luxury—do something that makes you feel alive, loved, and deeply cherished.

   NAMASTE

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Living Abundantly – Day 21 Creating Abundance Meditation Challenge™ {Deepak Chopra}

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If being spiritual means awareness of our
connection to the creative source of the universe,
we have the right to enjoy abundance in our lives.”

—David Simon, M.D., Co-Founder of The Chopra Center for Wellbeing

Living Abundantly

In today’s meditation, we will incorporate all that we’ve learned about abundance and about ourselves. You now have all the tools you need to create greater abundance in your life.  In the words of metaphysician Neville Goddard, “Disregard appearances, condition, in fact all evidence of your senses that deny the fulfillment of your desire. Rest in the assumption that you are already what you want to be, for in that determined assumption, you and your infinite being are merged in creative unity, and with your infinite being, all things are possible.”

Our centering thought for today is:
“Every moment of every day, I live my life abundantly.”

–00Ooo–

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
So Hum
I am.


Mindful Moment
Celebrate yourself!
Rejoice in your dedication of a daily meditation practice, and congratulate yourself for following through on your intention to create and circulate greater peace and abundance in your life. Spend time in deep gratitude for all of the abundance that surrounds you, and remember to thank the people who have contributed to your wellbeing, including yourself.

  NAMASTE

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Living Luxury – Day 20 Creating Abundance Meditation Challenge™ {Deepak Chopra}

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“When you arise in the morning,
think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive—
to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love.”

—Marcus Aurelius

Living Luxury

Today, we’ll explore the concept of luxury, adding something to your life that is more than what you consider a necessity.  When you feel worthy of receiving all the good the universe has to offer, your needs are easily met and exceeded. As you learn to accept the grace that is given you, you send a message to the universe that you deserve only the best and are ready to receive it.

Our centering thought for today is:
“Today, I treat myself to moments of luxury.”

–00Ooo–

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Sat, Chit, Ananda
Existence, Consciousness, Bliss


Mindful Moment
Make time for a little luxury.
Take some time to do something for yourself that you consider luxurious—take a bubble bath or a long walk, meet a good friend for tea, or lose yourself in a favorite old film. Make this a habit. The more you bring small luxuries into your life, the more you will recognize yourself as a worthy, spiritual being, deserving of love and abundance.

  NAMASTE

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Living Love – – Day 19 Creating Abundance Meditation Challenge™ {Deepak Chopra}

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“Your task is not to seek for love,
but merely to seek and find all the barriers
within yourself that you have built against it.”

—Rumi

 Living Love

Today, we’ll look at how, when we live from a state of love, everything good is drawn to us.  Saying “I love you,” is one of the most emotional expressions in any language. However, “I live love,” is seldom used. Yet, living from love is who and what we really are. At the core of your being, you are pure awareness, creativity, spirit, and love. And, when you experience love, you experience yourself as spirit, one who feels—and is—love.

Our centering thought for today is:
“Today, I remember to love everything and
everyone I come in contact with.”

–00Ooo–

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Sat, Chit, Ananda
Existence, Consciousness, Bliss


Mindful Moment
Share your love.
Practice living love today by offering a kind word or thought to everyone you meet, recognizing that the greatest gift you can give to anyone is love.

 NAMASTE

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Living Unity – – Day 18 Creating Abundance Meditation Challenge™ {Deepak Chopra}

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There are not more than five musical notes,
yet the combinations of these five give rise to
more melodies than can ever be heard.”

~ Sun Tzu

Living Unity

In today’s meditation, we will explore unity as the underlying truth of all that is.  As individuals, we look different from one another and have different lifestyles, beliefs, and perceptions. However, these differences exist only on the physical plane. At both the molecular and spiritual levels, we are all one, connected by the universal source.  When we begin to fully understand this concept of living unity, we replace the idea of the personal self with that of the universal self. The notion of competition disappears and leaves in its wake only co-operation. This connection fosters deep love and compassion for everyone and everything around us.

 

 Our centering thought for today is:
I celebrate my unity with all life knowing we are all one

–ooOoo–

 Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Tat Tvam Asi
I see the other in myself and myself
in others.

 


Mindful Moment
Foster interconnectedness.

Be present and genuinely interested in the lives of others when you speak with them today. In your conversations, give your undivided attention and, if you see someone in need, offer your assistance. Fostering these experiences will help you cultivate a deeper understanding of true interconnectedness.

NAMASTE

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Living Carefree – Day 17 Creating Abundance Meditation Challenge™ {Deepak Chopra}

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Do not anticipate trouble or worry about what may never happen.
Keep in the sunlight.”
—Benjamin Franklin

 Living Carefree

Today, we will look at how we can live carefree—free from judgment and worry, focused on the joy and perfection of what is.  As you grow into present moment awareness through meditation, you realize that in this moment, everything is perfect, just as it should be, and that any concerns you may have are transitory and temporary. You reconnect with your true self and begin to feel more light-hearted. Moving through life, you approach everyday circumstances with humor and can meet the unexpected with calm and ease.

Our centering thought for today is:
“I move through my days light-hearted and carefree, knowing all is well.”

–ooOoo–

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Sat, Chit, Ananda
Existence, Consciousness, Bliss


Mindful Moment
Bring in the joy!
Take some time today to reflect on good times, look at old photos, take a leisurely walk, or spend time with someone who warms your heart. Experience the joy of all that you love, including yourself. As a spiritual being, you fear nothing because you know there is nothing to fear, and all that truly exists in the world is love.

 NAMASTE

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Living Gratefully – Day 16 Creating Abundance Meditation Challenge™ {Deepak Chopra}

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“Cultivate the habit of being grateful for every good thing
that comes to you, and to give thanks continuously.
And because all things have contributed to your advancement,
you should include all things in your gratitude.”

—Ralph Waldo Emerson

Living Gratefully

In today’s meditation, we will discover how gratitude for everyone and everything in our lives will help us draw more abundance to us.  In the words of Elie Wiesel, “For me, every hour is grace. And I feel gratitude in my heart every time I can meet someone and look at his or her smile.”  By being grateful for all that you have and expressing that appreciation in your daily life, you open a channel through which abundance can freely flow.

Our centering thought for today is:
“Today, I remember to be grateful.”

–ooOoo–

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Om Vardhanam Namah
I nourish the universe, and the universe nourishes me. 


Mindful Moment
Cultivate gratitude.
Make a list today of the many things in your life that you appreciate. Review your list and offer thanks for all you’ve included. Practice this routine often. Taking stock of your life’s many gifts and expressing gratitude will clear the way for even greater abundance to flow into your life.

 NAMASTE

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Living Synchrodestiny – Day 15 Creating Abundance Meditation Challenge™ {Deepak Chopra}

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“Learn to get in touch with the silence within yourself,
and know that everything in life has purpose.
There are no mistakes, no coincidences,
all events are blessings given to us to learn from.”

—Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

Living Synchrodestiny

Today, we begin our final week of the Chopra Center 21-Day Meditation Challenge™, Creating Abundance. This week we’ll learn how it feels to live in abundance.  We’ll begin by exploring the concept of synchrodestiny, harnessing the power of everyday coincidences to help you realize your long-held dreams. When we trust that there is a rhythm to life, and choose to live in harmony with that rhythm, everything we desire comes to us effortlessly.

Our centering thought for today is:
“As I live in present moment awareness,
I live the magic of synchrodestiny.”

–ooOoo–

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Aham Brahmasmi
The core of my being is the ultimate reality,
the root and ground of the universe,
the source of all that exists. 
 


Mindful Moment
Witness the connections.
Explore experiences of synchrodestiny in your own life. Make a list of recent coincidences that you’ve had. Begin to notice these coincidences and see the universe at work in your life, helping you realize your dreams.

NAMASTE

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Abundance and the Law of Detachment – Day 14 Creating Abundance Meditation Challenge™ {Deepak Chopra}

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“Everybody can be great . . . because anybody can serve.
You don’t have to have a college degree to serve.
You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve.
You only need a heart full of grace.
A soul generated by love.”

—Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

 Abundance and the Law of Dharma

We’ve so far explored abundance as it relates to the principles in Deepak Chopra’s book, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, beginning with the Law of Pure Potentiality and concluding with the Law of Dharma.  When you’re living your true purpose in life, your dharma, abundance flows to you easily and effortlessly. As the popular saying goes, “Do what you love and the money will follow.” It is not only material wealth, but also satisfaction, confidence, optimism, joy, and abundance in all its forms that will follow you when you are living your true purpose in life.

Our centering thought for today is:
“There is a way I can fulfill my true purpose in life.”

–ooOoo–

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Om Varunam Namah
My life is in harmony with cosmic law. 


Mindful Moment
Experience true happiness.
Pay attention to the spirit that resides inside you, focusing your attention on your heart center. Ask sincerely, “What does the world need from me?” Listen for the answers. Make a list of your unique talents and ask yourself how you can best use those gifts to serve the world.

 NAMASTE

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Abundance and the Law of Detachment – Day 13 Creating Abundance Meditation Challenge™ {Deepak Chopra}

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“We can only be said to be truly alive in those moments
when our hearts are conscious of our treasures.”

—Thornton Wilder

Abundance and the Law of Detachment

Today, we’ll explore how, by relinquishing the desire to manifest a specific outcome, we allow the Law of Detachment to work in our lives.  Abundance appears in many forms and, as long as you commit to desires that benefit the world, all that you desire can be yours.   Co-Founder of the Chopra Center for Wellbeing, Dr. David Simon wrote, “The symbols of abundance—a bigger house, a new car, an ornate piece of jewelry—can bring waves of delight, but do not sacrifice the ocean for a few transient waves. Commit to a life overflowing with abundance of love, passion, creativity and meaning, and the symbols will chase after you.”

 

Our centering thought for today is:
“As I let go of the need to arrange my life,
the universe brings abundant good to me.”

–00Ooo–

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Om Anandham Namah
My actions are blissfully free from attachment to outcome. 


Mindful Moment
Trust in the uncertainty.
Detach from all expectation of outcome by allowing everyone and everything the freedom to be exactly as they are. Accept uncertainty and witness the solutions and opportunities that spontaneously spring from it. Then, step into the field of all possibilities, remaining open to its infinity of choices.

NAMASTE

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Abundance and the Law of Intention and Desire – Day 12 Creating Abundance Meditation Challenge™ {Deepak Chopra}

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“In the universe there is an immeasurable,
indescribable force which shaman call intent,
and absolutely everything that exists in the entire cosmos
is attached to intent by a connecting link.”

—Carlos Castaneda

Abundance and the Law of Intention and Desire

Attention energizes; intention transforms.
In today’s meditation, we’ll explore this concept through the Law of Intention and Desire.  Whatever you want or need in your life, you can put the cosmic computer, with its infinite organizing power, to work for you by formulating an intention and planting the seed of that intention into the field of all possibilities. In this way, you’ll attract the right people, situations, and circumstances to help you manifest your dreams.

 

Our centering thought for today is:
“I place my intention into the vast ocean of all
possibilities and allow the universe to work through me.”

–00Ooo–

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Om Ritam Namah
My actions and desires are supported by cosmic intelligence.


Mindful Moment
Empower your intention.
Ask yourself the question: What do I want? Then, visualize your intention. Write it down and glance at it before you enter your mediation. Release your intention to the womb of creation and relinquish your attachment to the outcome, believing in the exquisite, infinite organizing power of the universe.

 NAMASTE

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Abundance and the Law of Least Effort – Day 11 Creating Abundance Meditation Challenge™ {Deepak Chopra}

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“An integral being knows without going,
sees without looking,
and accomplishes without doing.”

—Lao Tzu

 Abundance and the Law of Least Effort

In today’s meditation, we’ll explore the Law of Least Effort and how it can help us release our desires into the spiritual realm to create abundance in our lives.  When your actions are motivated by love, your energy multiplies and accumulates. Releasing that energy allows it to be redirected and used to create anything you want. When your internal reference point is your spirit, you can harness the power of love and use this energy creatively for the experience of affluence and evolution.

Our centering thought for today is:
“I expect and accept abundance to flow easily to me.”

–ooOoo

Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Om Daksham Namah
My actions achieve maximal benefit with minimal effort.


Mindful Moment
Experience the peace of acceptance.
Today, accept all people and circumstances in your life, exactly as they are. Take responsibility for your life without blaming yourself, knowing that everything is as it should be. Practice defenselessness and relinquish the need to convince or persuade others of your point of view.

 NAMASTE

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