Do you ever find yourself exhausted because you’ve overstretched and overcommitted yourself? What about saying ‘yes’ to doing things that you really want to say ‘no’ to? Or staying in a job you’re not crazy about, only because it provides a set income each week? Have you ever thought about WHY you do these things? Oftentimes, there is a part of us that believes we are standing in some sort of solidarity with others that suffer. Or, that it’s a way of being aligned with our own integrity. This is all part of the scarcity mindset – the idea that there will never be enough – that then entraps us in a victimization role. In this episode, I go deep and shares some personal experiences on this topic, and trust it will guide you in how to move instead towards an abundance mindset, bringing forth a feeling of a deep inner peace that stems from a place of security and trust.
In this episode:
- Why do we collectively struggle to prioritize, value, and invest in things like inner-peace, self-love, spiritual growth, consciousness, and transformation?
- What is the scarcity mindset that humanity is clinging to and why do we constantly fear coming up short in some way?
- How can investing in ourselves enable us to affect positive change on a major scale?