Lifestyles of the Abundant!
My definition of success is to live your life in a way that causes you to feel a ton of pleasure and very little pain—and because of your lifestyle, have the people around you feel a lot more pleasure than they do pain.
Where do you want to live?
What type of view do you want to have?
What are the spaces you'll cuddle and relax?
What are the spaces you'll entertain in?
Where will you go to rest and for peace?
What does your dream home express about you?
What Fun activities will you do?
Where will you go to kick back and rejuvenate?
What opens up for your relationships?
Dreams Turning to Reality
Defining aspects of your daily life experience filled with abundance is an important part of building your new story. When you take the time to invent, discover and record the details and specifics of what you want to include, you move your dream one step closer to reality.
Both of these Plays help you do further defining of your new story. By using a dream home, vacation spot, activity or wherever/whatever you want to experience in your realized state of financial abundance, you are able to feel this state of being more dimensionally by describing these day-to-day experiences and spaces.
Ideal Lifestyle Play
- Draw a picture of your ideal lifestyle, whether it includes a space or activity.
- Include yourself and a loved one or friends in your ideal lifestyle drawing.
- When your drawing is complete, write a story that takes us through a typical day with you enjoying your ideal lifestyle. If you like any of the photos above you can use those as inspiration for writing your story.
The Five Senses Play
- Once comfortable, close your eyes and visualize your special space or favorite activity you will be enjoying in your newfound financial abundance. When you have mentally centered on the scene, observe and immerse yourself in it using one of your five senses. Note how each sense conjures different emotions and responses. Include interactions with others in each visualization to emphasize the sensory experience.
- Do each visualization separately for sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch.
- After each sensory visualization, write a short paragraph about the observations you made while visualizing as well as the overall experience. Note how you feel about your wealth and what you're learning about what is now possible that you have more money to spend and put toward the things you enjoy.