The Abundant Mindset: Do You See the Good in Others?

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Article by The Global Spiritualist Association

People who have an abundant mindset see the world in a different way. They expect to win. They expect success and good fortune. They have a positive view on life. Once you become this type of person, success will just naturally find you. You’ll begin to have a strong sense of self-worth. You’ll see the greatness in others and be happy when those around you succeed. You’ll attract successful, happy people.

Developing the abundance mindset can be challenging for some people because they were taught from a young age that there wasn’t enough. There wasn’t enough money, enough time, enough of anything. They were taught to expect lack and failure. Overcoming this mindset can be difficult but there are some things you can do to change your thinking.

Daily affirmations: Each day, say out loud that you are a successful, happy person. Tell yourself that you can win. You can have all your dreams come true. You believe yourself so when you say these things out loud, your mindset starts to change.

Choose your friend wisely: Surround yourself with happy, positive, successful people.

Be careful what you say: Catch yourself each time you’re tempted to say negative things. We all get careless about our speech at times. Make sure you’re speaking abundance into your life.

Get something back: Volunteer at a local hospital, children’s home or soup kitchen. Helping those less fortunate is a great way to attract good karma.

Be thankful for all the good things in your life.

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