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deserve abundanceFrom Open Your Mind to Prosperity by Catherine Ponder:

“Through listening to that inner knowing, Solomon prospered mightily.  As you read the book of Proverbs, you discover that he often affirmed riches for himself through the wisdom concept.

In one of his most famous passages Solomon affirmed:
“I have counsel and sound wisdom.”
“Riches and honor are with me, enduring wealth and prosperity.”     (Proverbs 8:14-18)

We begin using the wisdom concept and reap its rewards by acknowledging all around us and within us is a Power which we can tap at any time, from which will flow ideas and energy that can transform our lives.  This Power comes alive within and around us as unlimited wisdom and guidance, by simply paying attention to it, acknowledging its presence and asking its help.  By recognizing it, giving it your attention and decreeing it, you release this super-wisdom within.

For a few minutes every day, quietly invite this universal wisdom into your life.  Ask its help about anything that concerns you.  Then be quiet, receptive, and open-minded. As you relax, not trying to force or compel them in any way, the thoughts and feelings that are for your highest good will begin to flow to you.  People and events that are for your highest good will find their way to you.  As you continue daily to invite universal wisdom into your mind, body, financial affairs and human relationships, remarkable things will happen.”

“WITHIN ME IS THE DIVINE WISDOM OF THE AGES.  DIVINE WISDOM NOW SHOWS ME HOW TO EXPAND MY BUSINESS AND MY WORLD.  DIVINE WISDOM NOW SHOWS ME HOW TO PROSPER AS I HELP OTHERS.”

“WE INVITE DIVINE WISDOM INTO EVERY PHASE OF OUR LIVES NOW.  WE INVITE DIVINE WISDOM INTO THIS SITUATION NOW.  DIVINE WISDOM IS OPENING WAYS WHERE, TO HUMAN SENSE, THERE IS NO WAY.”

“I AM UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DIVINE WISDOM.”

prosperously yours,
🙂 Lee
The MEGA Coach

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