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If you have not found abundance, you are trying too hard!

November 19, 2010

We are all at it trying too hard to figure out the parts of our lives that are not working. If you only knew that your true natural state is happiness and that you just have to be but not work at it: you will be happy. Watch babies, unless for external temporary disturbances they are generally happy. Yes, they have not been corrupted by the environment and the parents or guardians whose intention is love. Let go and let God, stop trying too hard to make things work because you did not create your self.

So can we really stop trying too hard?

Well I would say that there is not really any other options except a dead end of suffering while you at it trying too hard. Yes we are told by the society we live in that we are not enough by the constant commercials or any other influences. We then go in a state of wanting that can never be fulfilled. Desire! Desire! Desire, it is an ego driven state that wants and keeps wanting. If you read the definition of the word want in the dictionary, you will never again use the word. It means luck, poverty and more negative meanings, so please stop wanting and start having. Let go of trying too hard and start having less attachment to things. Therefore you own them rather than them owning you.

When you stop trying too hard, life starts to flow effortlessly like it should. For a moment, just imagine the birds or any other living thing, they never go hungry and yet they do not worry about tomorrow. Just let go and enjoy every moment of the living day, start learning from the challenges of life in order to progress rather than resent them. Have you ever noticed that the more you hate something or someone, the more they or it keeps appearing in your life? Yes it is the vibrations that keep inviting them your way. Stop trying too hard to think them/it out of your life, just love them and if the intention is not pure, they/it will disappear.

We are all conditioned in trying too hard, working too hard in competitive markets. Well stop the competition and start the creativity. The more you are in competition the less creative you are and the less value you give to the people you are serving. If you do what you love, competition is not necessary because it comes from the core of who you are. You will not be trying to too hard! Visit www.innermagnet.com for free resources to help on your growth journey.

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