Are you allowing abundance into your life?

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Those of us who study the Law of Attraction have heard repeatedly - if you want to allow more good things into your life, you must give willingly. If you try to hang on to everything for yourself, you're setting up the wrong vibrations.

I believe that's true. 

But today I read another bit of advice about allowing abundance. That advice: Accept graciously - and sincerely. Thank you!

Start with compliments - instead of putting yourself down when someone hands you a compliment, just say "Thank you."

And when someone gives you an unexpected gift or insists on picking up the tab for lunch, just say "Thank you." Never mind "You shouldn't have" or "I can't let you do that." Instead, smile and enjoy a moment of gratitude. 

According to this morning's "Secret Scrolls," when you refuse another person's generosity, you're saying no to abundance in general. You're telling the Universe that you don't want any more. 

So - Give willingly and accept graciously. 

Gratitude is another key. The more gratitude you feel for the good things in your life, the more good things you'll attract.

It's the Law of Attraction - and it's always working.

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Rainmaker
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Pete Xavier
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Marte-I need to polish up my living in abundance skills! Thanks for this helpful reminder.
Aug 26, 2013 03:54 PM #1
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Peter - You're welcome. This one made so much sense that I wondered why I hadn't read about it before. 

Aug 26, 2013 04:22 PM #2
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Debbie Gartner
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This is great advice, Marte.  That is such a good idea to just say thank you.  It gives the giver more satisfaction, too.

Aug 26, 2013 08:22 PM #3
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Donna Foerster
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Marte~ I finally learned this lesson when I had my hip surgery in 2008. Sometimes you just have to recognize that it's ok to let others do nice things too! It's about Karma and what goes around, comes around! (Sorry is that one of those nasty phrases I shouldn't use?)

Aug 27, 2013 03:38 AM #4
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Debbie - You're so right. Often the giver gets as much (or more) pleasure as the receiver. 

Donna - I see nothing wrong with that phrase - as long as you don't use it in every paragraph! :-) For some reason I always remember the first time I heard it - many, many years ago from the man who delivered green stamps to our grocery store. (Remember green stamps?) It took me a while to ponder what he'd said and figure out what he meant. 

The trick is to create a balance in life between giving and receiving - and then to be grateful for the opportunity to do both. 

Aug 27, 2013 03:53 AM #5
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Debbie Reynolds
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Marte, I try to do this everyday. A kind word can make someone's day no matter how small it is.

Aug 27, 2013 11:42 AM #6
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Debbie - I don't go in to town very often, and don't so don't see many people. But a while back I decided that I'd try to find a way to compliment the people I ran into when I went to town. 

It isn't always easy to find something to say, but I said something to compliment the way the girl in the deli wrapped up whatever I had purchasedor her courtesy, or something. I forget what I said, but it shocked her. The look on her face when she stutterd "Thank you" was priceless! 

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