Sounds like an oxymoron, right?
After all unless you inherited your fortune or still live in the 4-star service environment of the womb... there is no such a thing... at least most of us don't know about it.
I surely didn't set out with that goal: creating effortless abundance.
Neither effortless nor abundance is part of my upbringing.
In fact I grew up to work hard (effort) and do not waste.
We were poor for a while, and my father never forgot that. But somehow, I became a hoarder.
I got beaten for it, but it didn't stop me from doing it: hoarded the newspaper, the TV magazine, my mother's manicure set... whatever I used, I wanted to own it, have instant unlimited access to it.
I lived in lack. It wasn't real, but it was as real as if I were starving: it was my reality.
I wanted everything. I wanted to taste everything too... so I tasted and purged.
I was very protective of my time too: I would go to sleep around the time my parents left work, sleep through dinner and TV, and get up after they went to bed, to do my school work.
Sharing? No way.
I kept checks and balances and was very sensitive to be always around a balance: another scarcity tactic.
I didn't have the goal to have abundance, and I didn't have the goal to have an effortless life.
I remember 1987: just after the big stock market crash in October I lost my freelance job as an architect. I just bought a car, and spent all my savings on that. I was literally penniless.
I was let go between two sessions of a seminar called "More Money Workshop"
It taught that there is nothing missing unless you say so. 1 Hm, that was really new to me. I started to practice not saying so... I never considered changing my mind, I was really hellbent on surviving this unemployment phase without my mind going with it.
I caught my roving eyes. I looked at every car, every house every rental with gnawing pain in my stomach. I just wanted everything that wasn't mine.
Then I got lucky: I created a business I loved... it wasn't very profitable financially... I could never understood why.
But I was having a ball... and struggling.
No effortless abundance, none of that stuff.
Then a period of making money hand over fist: the money burned a hole in my pocket.
No abundance, no peace of mind. Stuff... and lots of it. Most stayed in their boxes, unopened. Hunger...
Then came the internet era: with its fast downloadable instant riches promise: I bought everything. I took every course. Results? Burnout, lots of work, no abundance.
Until just a few years ago... I was going through some pain, for days. I was in bed. I knew I was dying.
At some point I said: OK, take me, if it's my time. I let go. And the pain let go.
That marked a new beginning. Effortless and abundance.
Apart from emergencies when my site gets attacked, for example, I haven't efforted since then. And surprisingly I feel abundant.
Hard to explain what happened, maybe that's the reason no one has taught effortless abundance before.
But here it is, on 39 pages, you can learn the principles, do the process, and I guarantee that you'll get to where I am faster than it took me, by far.
It's an excellent companion piece to my last articles on getting the mind to support you.
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I know everyone says you need to plan to create abundance in your life, but I beg to differ.
Just read the report and tell me if I was right or wrong.
- two previous articles on the topic: When Does Tithing Activate The Law Of Attraction?, The dumbing down of the planet: the law of attraction conspiracy, Does Tithing Work?