One of the biggest themes of challenge in people’s lives is…not enough (not enough time, money, energy, etc.). This sneaky theme of lack is masking a bigger reason for our discontent – the belief that we are not worthy to have and experience all that we desire.
The Soul is always crying out for more – more expansion, more love, more goodness. Our brains may misinterpret that as “not enough” and all of our thoughts, beliefs and experiences of not feeling worthy arrive to assault us.
Read the sentence below and be aware of what thoughts come to you.
I am worthy to have it all – love, wealth, freedom, success, good health and joy.
What did you notice? Did your mind insert all those reasons why you can’t have it all? It is only normal that we should want a good life, a life filled with prosperity and love. In fact, it is our right to have that life and more. The Divine has already said “Yes!” to us. Yes, you can have all this and more. Then it becomes up to us to say “yes” to the Good that the Universe wants us to experience!
Human beings spend a lot of time and energy separating themselves from that Source of infinite possibilities which supports us in receiving all the goodness. Each day we tend to affirm the “not enoughness” of our limited possibilities and in doing this we are shrinking our capacity to receive what we desire.
How do we start moving from not enough to unlimited possibilities? Well, you have already taken the first step just by noticing what you feel. The second step is when you find yourself affirming the “not enough” belief in your life, pause and affirm something new.
When you affirm something new you are creating a new pattern and belief AND you are directing Universal goodness in the direction of receiving. Remember, like attracts like, so if you are affirming not enough that is more than likely what you will get. On the other hand, if you are affirming something new, guess what? You get to receive a new experience.
You can also start small to affirm enoughness by using this statement: “I know that I am enough, I know that I have enough, I know that there will always be enough.”
This is a practice and often we give up just before we see the tangible results of a practice. When you keep affirming you are enough, your life will reflect that truth.