Please join me by reading the daily meditation from “The Language of Letting Go” by Melody Beattie and share your thoughts in the comment space provided at the end of this post (Click on the Read More button to read the complete thought for the day).
I strive to maintain financial fitness so that I can meet my obligations. I have learned that I do not need to worry about finances. Instead I need to take the action to modify my lifestyle to meet my financial means. Or I need to modify my financial means to meet my desired lifestyle.
Problems arise when I ignore that my desires may not match my means and do not take the action to bring them back into balance. This process of finding balance comes when I listen to my inner voice that tells me what my hearts desires are. Once I connect to the inner voice that reveals my hearts desire I listen for guidance so that I can find direction.
It is this sense of direction that is connected to purpose that allows me to manifest the passion and determination to take the action to make my desires come true. So yes, I believe that money is important but I just do not believe that it is the only import thing in my life.
Today: I will remember that when I am true to myself and I do what feels right for me…I find my balance and the money does follow.
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