Ep. 29: The Nature of Abundance

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    Ep. 29: The Nature of Abundance

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    The Nature of Abundance

    For everything that has been, I say thank you, and to all that is yet to be, I say yes.

    -Dag Hammarskjöld

    Ep. 29: The Nature of Abundance

    The thing about the word abundance doesn’t it conjure up for you in your mind, these thoughts of standing somewhere in a field with your arms outstretched and a hundred or a thousand dollar bills are just raining down on you and you’re getting more of exactly what you want. It gives to mind these certain books that we can read that talk about the abundance mindset and how to have more of what you want and less of what you don’t want in life.

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    In this podcast episode, Dr. Maria explores the concept of abundance and its relationship to money. She begins by discussing the common perception of abundance as having more of what we want, but challenges this idea by considering the opposites that exist in our lives. Dr. Maria suggests that abundance encompasses all aspects of life, including both positive and negative experiences.

    She encourages listeners to embrace curiosity and be open to all the experiences life presents, whether bitter or sweet. By cultivating a willingness to learn from every situation, Dr. Maria suggests that we can prosper and find abundance in the fullness of life. She emphasizes the power of saying “yes” to all that is yet to come and expressing gratitude for both the joys and challenges that arise.

    Dr. Maria draws inspiration from spiritual and philosophical perspectives, referencing teachings from figures like the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, and others. She concludes by reassuring listeners that there is nothing wrong with them and that every experience serves as an opportunity for growth and learning.

    Dr. Maria expresses her desire to continue exploring these topics in future episodes and occasionally featuring guest interviews to provide different perspectives on our relationship with money.