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June 17, 2020

“Every moment of every day I live my life abundantly”

 That is a phrase I committed to recite and be mindful of, for 21 days.

My 21 days of Abundance journey ended last week and I’m still so grateful for the experience.

Meditation is something I didn’t think I could do.

My mind is always going 100-miles a minute and being still tends to make me feel unproductive.

There were days during this journey that were a challenge for me in learning to be calm and be in the moment with myself.

But in these 21 days I learned to give myself the grace to be silent, to be still, to just breathe and to be at one with myself.

There were some very introspective exercises during those 21 days that offered a different perspective for creating happiness and gratitude.

Some key takeaways for me:

Release into the universe what you want to receive.

Everything is energy and that flow must be circular and continuous for abundance to be returned. 

Stay present.

We can’t control everything but we can control how we use our time and whom we chose to spend it with.

How we feel at every moment determines our life.

Big thanks to my dear friend Subyn for inviting me to participate in this 21 days of Abundance journey and to those who took this journey with me.

I like to think of myself as a work in progress and this has been a phenomenal exercise in growth.

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