Sometimes all it takes to give yourself a boost is a meaningful mantra or some abundance affirmations.
Mantras and abundance affirmations can be as simple as you need them to be — from the poetic and musical chants of Hindu worship to power phrases you mutter under your breath before an important task.
They have power because, like prayers or commands, they are charged with energy.
Here’s what you need to know about how abundance affirmations work.
What Are Abundance Affirmations?
Abundance affirmations are short, powerful positive statements that you can use to consciously be in control of your thoughts, specifically designed to harness the power of the law of attraction (as well as positive thinking), to call prosperity, wealth, and financial gain into your life.
You can say or chant them whenever you see fit (it is recommended to make a ritual of it).
And if time allows, you can combine them with meditation.
Meditation is, of course, not necessary, but adds a great touch to the positive affirmations and will make them all the more powerful.
If you’d like to use meditation music in the background, here’s a track from Omharmonics:
You can use as many mantras as you see fit. You can also alter or combine them to suit your needs.
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One last thing to remember is that although these affirmations are effective, they are only as powerful as you make them.
The more thought you give to them, the greater the chance of their manifestation.
You must really feel these positive affirmations as you say them or else they will simply be meaningless words you mutter.
What Is Prosperity And Abundance?
The words prosperity and abundance are often used interchangeably. But it’s important to note that they’re not quite the same thing.
Prosperity is something with monetary value. Those with great prosperity have many possessions and a high standard of living.
Abundance, on the other hand, is a little more personal and subjective. Abundance is an large quantity of something — something you have so much of that it’s overflowing.
You could have an abundance of money. But you could also have an abundance of love, values, or friends.
Abundance is the opposite of lack. It is an outpouring of bounty.
Are Wealth And Prosperity The Same Thing?
In many ways, wealth and property are closely related.
But while wealth often refers strictly to monetary gains, prosperity can refer to a number of material possessions.
Wealth definitely enables prosperity, but they’re not the same thing.
How Do You Attract Abundance?
Before we get to the affirmations for wealth and prosperity, here are a few other tips to keep in mind before you get you started:
- Be thankful
- Dream big
- Don’t make excuses
- Know your potential
- Commit to living your dreams
- Crave more
8 Abundance Affirmations For Greater Prosperity
With a little bit of effort and willingness, your life can be transformed with an abundance of not only fulfillment and meaning, but also prosperity.
Here are a handful of great abundance affirmations for prosperity to get you started:
I am open and receptive to all the wealth life offers me.
This is a wonderful mantra to start with because it is an invitation for prosperity to enter your life.
What would be the good in coming across wealth or abundance if you could only reject it when it arrives? This states, with clarity, that you are ready to reap the reward of all financial boosts you will encounter.
I am surrounded by wealth.
The law of attraction takes that a step further and says that whatever you give enough thought will manifest. Asserting your wealth will bring you wealth! This is a great daily affirmation. Believe in it.
It sounds like a pep talk and works just like that.
I deserve prosperity.
This is an important positive affirmation — too often we sell ourselves short because we believe we are not worthy of good things.
This is a good one to say out loud (if your environment allows) and it’s a great mantra to chant over and over again.
It’s fun to say and will lift your spirits. And not to mention, it is the absolute truth!
My success is necessary.
Although we don’t like to admit it, money is an important thing in this world. This abundance affirmation serves as a reminder that wanting more is not a sin.
Whether it’s in your career, at home, or even in recreational activities, success is important to us and can be fulfilling to our spirits. This mantra offers motivation to accept nothing less than what you deserve.
I live an abundant life.
This keeps it simple and doesn’t only apply to our bank accounts. Meditating on this mantra can bring goodness into your life in all aspects, emotionally and spiritually; at work, at home, and in all other areas. Perhaps it will call an abundance of laughter into your life as well as the abundance of money!
My dreams are coming true.
So long as you are working on them, this is less of a mantra and more of a fact.
You don’t have to see progress for it to exist, and this lovely phrase will give you a power-boost by reminding you that prosperity is on its way.
Dreams coming true are always wonderful to bask in, so saying this will certainly put you in a good mood. The more you say it or think about it, the more it works wonders!
Om Shrim Maha Lakshmiyei Swaha.
Well, it’s a little more advanced… But if you are interested in a more traditional approach, try this Sanskrit mantra: it focuses specifically on abundance.
It represents planting the seeds of success, and allowing wealth to grow. This, of course, is best chanted during meditations.
Never forget the simple magic of being thankful for what you have. The more you appreciate, the more you will receive. It’s almost as though gratitude and attraction are two sides of the same coin.
No matter how much or little you might have, it will only matter if it adds value to your life.
The best way to affirm that appreciation is to say thank you. It doesn’t matter how you say thanks but rather who you say it to. If all else fails, thank yourself.
And remember: You deserve it.