If it seems that money is keeping you from living the life you long for…
If lack of money is causing you stress, pressure or frustration…
If you’re unable to enjoy the money you have without feeling guilty or anxious…
You were born into a world built on an archetype of scarcity. A world where freedom, happiness, security and power are inextricably linked to money.
In this archetype, there’s never going to be enough for you to fully say yes to your deepest desires and dreams. No matter what you do, how hard you work or how much you make, it won’t be enough.
Even if you do have plenty of money, it’s likely you will still live in fear that you won’t have enough in the future. You might even feel guilty or embarrassed because you have so much when others have so little. This is especially true if you want even MORE.
I have come to believe that what keeps us in scarcity, no matter how much or how little we have, is the definition of abundance our culture perpetuates.
Abundance is defined as the opposite of scarcity. Our focus, even if it’s subconscious, is on trying to get more money or more of what money can buy. When we don’t succeed, we often settle for less and convince ourselves we’re happy. We call it “making a living”.
But you aren’t meant to spend your adult life making a living, my friend. You were created for so much more. You were created on purpose, with purpose. You have unique gifts you are meant to share – gifts this world needs. You are meant to enjoy life – not only when (and if) you retire.
This is why I’m eager to tell you that there’s a forgotten archetype of abundance you can reclaim. It’s one that empowers you to live in unconditional freedom – with infinite resources to support you.
Reclaiming this archetype begins by redefining abundance once and for all.
Want to take that first step and discover this new understanding of abundance for yourself?