“Experiencing the flow of enough means that you enjoy what you have in the Now.  All of you know that to experience abundance is a subjective state of mind.  It depends on the circumstances.  The amount of material abundance that you have does not necessarily relate to the amount of pleasure you experience.  Experiencing abundance is not about being rich; it is about experiencing riches in all that surrounds you.   You have to discover for yourself the kind of material abundance that satisfies and fulfills you.  For some people this could mean living on their own in a secluded hut where they can enjoy nature to the full.  For others it implies a luxurious place in town where they enjoy the hustle and bustle of the city.  There is no judgment on this from our side, from God or from Spirit.”  The Jeshua Channelings, by Pamela Kribbe

Pamela amplifies a thought that resonates with me:  The amount of material blessings doesn’t determine how happy we will be.  We must, instead, adjust our wants to the life that we want to have.  Then, when we ask sincerely, we are in the flow, and our focus will bring the degree of materialism that we want and need.

If we are insecure, no amount of material objects will make us think that we have “enough.”  We will fret over what we have and whether or not it will disappear from our lives.

We don’t want this insecurity to short-circuit our focus.  We need to realize that God’s blessings are a free offer, that He is always here with us, cheering us on.  When we ask for guidance about what to manifest, we ask aright.  We will not be inundated with blessings that are beyond the scope of what can reasonably enjoy in comfort.

We will have just the right amount.

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