How To Cultivate An Abundance Mindset

Do you ever feel like you don’t have enough – enough money, enough time, or enough energy? If so, you’re not alone. Many of us struggle with an abundance mindset, feeling like there’s never enough of something. But it’s possible to cultivate an abundance mindset by using gratitude and mindfulness. 

The first step is to practice gratitude. When we’re feeling overwhelmed and discouraged, it’s easy to focus on the negative and forget all the things we already have in our lives. Take a few moments each day to be grateful for the things you have. This could be anything from a roof over your head to a job you love. I was once in a place where writing three things I was grateful for resulted in 1. This pen I’m writing with, 2. This book to write in, and 3. My son. It doesn’t have to be complex or tiring, you just have to start. The rest will follow. 

And then there’s mindfulness. When we focus on the present moment, we cultivate a deep appreciation for what we have. Spend a few moments each day simply being aware of your surroundings, without judgment or worry. This practice can help you see that even in the most difficult moments, there is still abundance in your life. The way your cat brushes up against your legs, or the birds singing in the trees – these things can easily get overlooked when life gets overwhelming.

Finally, don’t forget to be kind to yourself. It’s easy to get caught up in comparisons and negative thoughts, but it’s important to remember that we’re all unique and have our own paths to follow. Celebrate your successes, no matter how small. 

By taking a few moments each day to practice gratitude and mindfulness, you can cultivate an abundance mindset and find joy in the present moment. Doing this can help you lead a life of abundance, no matter what challenges you face. 

You’ll soon notice that the universe always provides you with exactly what you need. You just have to be open to receiving it.

Jade is a shadow worker and lunar witch, an experienced witchcraft facilitator, and hosts the 8-week High Priestess course: Dedicant.