“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.”
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.
Our centering thought for today is:
“Through the Law of Pure Potentiality, I can create anything, anytime, anywhere.”
Today’s Sanskrit mantra and its English essence are:
Om Bhavam Namah
I am absolute existence. I am a field of all possibilities.
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.”
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.