– Attract ABUNDANCE, get out of the negativity of scare city
– Mindset for CHARITY, without the fear of losing something
– Create WIN/WIN situations, instead of making someone lose
– PLUS, receive a daily PRESENT for your completion!
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The 21-day Abundance Challenge will start on Sunday, September 1, at 12 a.m. UTC/GMT. Every day a present is awaiting you for your participation, which is a guided meditation from Deepak Chopra:
“Welcome to the 21-day challenge creating abundance. We are very happy that you decided to embark on this journey into stillness and silence to experience authentic abundance consciousness. Over the next three weeks, we will focus on different aspects of abundance.
Abundance Challenge Week 1
In the first week, we will consider the promise of unlimited potential. During this time, we learn what true abundance is: The Infinite Source from which it springs, how Consciousness and the mind affect its flow, and how we can more deeply understand how abundance is a divine right, distorted upon each and every one of us.
Abundance Challenge Week 2
During our second week, we will show how abundance relates to the seven spiritual laws of success. Beginning with the law of pure potentiality. What exactly is possible? And ending with the law of karma? How to increase abundance in our life. By serving humanity with our unique skills and talents.
Abundance Challenge Week 3
In our third week, we contemplate the practical aspects of abundance. True living in abundance as our natural state of being. During this time we will explore the depth of synchrodestiny consciously. Manifesting our destinies by harnessing the power of intention meaningful coincidence. We will also discuss the importance of living gratefully in a manner, that is carefree, and with love, unity to create an environment of abundance around us.”
It takes 21 days to form a habit as Maxwell Maltz published 1960 in his book called Psycho-Cybernetics. And that’s why this Abuncance Challenge will take 21 days. You need a bit of discipline to do it, but it is worthwhile doing it. Because discipline is a kind of self-love.