Allow the Abundance

Through Heather Scavetta
May 19, 2020

Resolve to be the one who can bring your uniqueness forward into the world. Be able to express yourself fully in each endeavour that you take on. Do not wait for a special time and date for this to happen, for it can happen now if you allow it to be so. Each one of us is struggling to understand ourselves, always. There are times when we see glimpses of ourselves and we are pleased at what we see, and, then, there are other times it remains hidden to us once again.

We can take the challenge to look deeper within ourself to seek out those parts of us that remain hidden, so that we can bring forth the truth of our being. These little spaces that we hold for growth can remain unfilled until that day when we allow the forces of nature to come forth and bring to us everything that we need to fulfill any emptiness, any potentials left undone.

Can you, moving forward, allow the abundance to come into you fully? To not resist love? To not resist guidance? To not resist understanding knowledge? Can you accept all that is being offered to you now? Without you censoring it, saying, “No, not now. I am not ready to take that on.” It would not present to you if you are were not ready. And so, moving forward, can you learn to bring in this abundance that is always there for you without reservation of self? 

Let it come. Let it fill you. Let it fill the voids as it does so beautifully. We are all in this together, you and I, and we can forge a new way of being in the world — a way that brings forth truth, joy, justice. There is a better way. There is the only way, if we are to fulfill our potential in this timeline of self knowledge. Bring it forth by your intent to be the one who can bring it forth. You are the one we are waiting for, for without you, how does the birds sing? How does the bird fly? How does the bird sleep? It is because of you — YOUR love, YOUR being. Let’s celebrate the truth as we forge ahead together and know that each one of us plays an important part here.

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