Abundance Challenge Experience:
“Dear Klaus and all,
I had done the abundance challenge on WhatsApp two times earlier.
Later sometime I was in a discussion about how long it takes to form a habit and I was like does it take 21 days or 40 days or 🤔 does it take just a moment 🧐 and so I was surfing the net to find out what other people had to say about this matter and that’s when I found this -
It takes 21 days to form a habit, as Maxwell Maltz published 1960 in his book “Psycho-Cybernetics”.
And that got me interested to read more on your website and lo and behold I found a link for the Abundance Challenge and this time “for conscious female entrepreneurs”.
I was curious to know how you go about facilitating it and so I chose to just watch it the first time.
For me abundance means harmony in my family.
Yesterday was my birthday and it was the best birthday that I have had till date.
I received loving wishes from family and friends and we had dinner together as a family.
I would say that one of the things that made it happen was the abundance challenges that I did earlier.
Also I found the video you shared on your website on I guess the last few days of the previous challenge here very helpful and this time I am going to keep that in mind – about making the dreams into reality and not simply dreaming pretty dreams.
This time I want to be result oriented 🤗
Earlier I used to think its enough to just breathe into your dreams and they happen.
I am sure that that is an important part but I also see that I feel lazy about implementing the dreams I dream up so this time I am going to work on dealing with my laziness and my dream about being fit and looking beautiful.
So I am thinking about waking up early doing my yoga and eating healthy to be fit and healthy and beautiful. And I need to make this a reality and get the results.
And the second dream is about becoming a zero waste citizen.
I am thinking of starting with composting my own kitchen waste.
Much love to my friends and you Klaus for taking us on this beautiful journey. I was the onlooker in the last one and in the next one I am going to be an active participant 😍😍❤❤😘😘”
Learn more about Suma:
Suma is from Delhi, India. She was facilitating the learning of her daughter without school for the last eight years. In the last eight years, she has been deeply studying relationships, one-to-one as well as group. Difficult conversations and the shift in consciousness that’s required to bring flow and harmony in families.
Suma has studied tools like Nonviolent communication, Sociocracy, Convergent Facilitation and is now exploring the Blueprint of WE. She wants to contribute to the lives of others by listening to them and supporting people who want to work through conflicts and stress. And most of all to work with how we can bring up children without hurting them and giving them a beautiful place to live in 🙏🙏🙏🤗