On your path to abundance and prosperity one of the biggest challenges will be the temptation to get distracted by spending our time on nights in the bar. You need to have a clear mind, a healthy body and control of your spirit.
Alcohol lowers our frequency and vibration leading to disease and possibly contact from negative entities. Why do you think they call alcohol ‘spirits’?
And when it comes to managing money wisely,one of the wisest things you could do would be to look at what you spend on alcohol and how it impacts on your health, relationships and happiness.
One of the biggest distractions on your journey to prosperity will be spending every night out on the town, going for those after-work drinks, sitting at home with that bottle of wine or whatever your tipple of choice might be.
Reversal; Of course I am not suggesting that we should completely give up alcohol and lead lives fit for the monastery.
Life is for living. We humans are social creatures and all need to get out there, socialise and stay in touch with our friends and families. And yes of course alcohol can be a great stress reliever.
However, when the main focus of your life is looking forward to going to the bar or club or just having that dinner wine (or two) after work etc, you’re going to find it quite difficult to stay in alignment with your life path and achieve your goals.
After all, how are you going to keep a clear head when you are struggling with that hangover from last night?
How can you achieve your goals when you have medical conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes and the complications those bring? Or even heart disease and obesity, etc.
To achieve abundance and prosperity it is crucial to maintain a healthy body and mind. Your health truly is your wealth.
Assess your social circle. Who are the people you spend the most time with?
Are they distracting you from your goals?
Do you often find yourself getting drunk in their company?
Do these friends pressure you to go out and live it up every night?
How do you feel after spending time with them?
If you said yes that your friends are pressuring you to drink every day, get drunk, be careless with your finances, neglect your plans and so on, you need to have an honest and frank assessment about who is worth spending your time and energy on and how you could better yourself by finding other hobbies and interests than the bar every night.
I am not suggesting that people are intentionally trying to sabotage your efforts or pull you down to their frequency and level of consciousness.
Subconsciously though, you may find that certain people will try to use means to make sure that you stay at their level of consciousness and on their wavelength so to speak.
They may be insecure and subconsciously fear that you will leave them behind for something or someone better.
That all stems from a poverty and lack mindset and you need have more people in your circle with a prosperity mindset.
But as you’re reading this I believe you are already fairly spiritual at least and interested in self-developement and that you want to attain prosperity and change your mindset.
However, you cannot do that when you are surrounded by people with a poverty consciousness who might fear you becoming successful and (unconsciously) sabotage your efforts.
Two conflicting wavelengths cannot occupy the same space and time.
So again, you need to ask yourself who in your circle of friends has a prosperity mindset?
Who wants to see you become healthier, stronger, richer more successful?
Who is the one that pushes you to get out of your comfort zone, to be more, to do more?
If there is somebody trying to distract you from your life goals you must be ruthless and decide if you can continue to keep that person in your life. You owe it to yourself.
This may sound somewhat harsh but I have learned on my journey that sometimes it is best to love people from a distance even with family members, etc and sometimes there really are ones who intentionally manipulate and distract you with drama and so on, who do not by any means have your best interests at heart.
The Comfort Zone Is The Danger Zone
Along my journey I have found that you do not have to be spending all your time energy and money in the bar to have a good time.
The past year or so has been a transformative period for me personally. Last year I suffered from high blood pressure which was in the range of a 70 year olds (at 31 years old) and was gaining weight, no doubt due to inactivity and lifestyle choices and the like.
I then decided to take responsibility for my lifestyle and nip the sickness in the bud by cutting out takeaway food like doner kebabs and junk food like crisps, frozen pizzas, ready meals, etc and began to cut down on alcohol. I then signed up with a yoga class also.
Within six months of making those changes I now find that my blood pressure has returned to a normal range for my age and I lost nearly a stone in weight in the past year. No pharmaceuticals required either!
What is the most powerful drug you put into your system?
Food of course is nature’s pharmacy and truly the most powerful drug around.
Currently I am stepping out of my comfort zone again, levelling up to more organic and natural foods without pesticides, antibiotics and so on and changing up my exercise regime after plateauing.
Reducing meat intake has also helped me a great deal. But more on that another time.
Review; to achieve health and abundance in all areas of our lives we need to discern how we are spending our time and energy, the company we keep and what we are putting into our bodies and so on.
What interests do you have in your life? If you answer none, have an honest soul-searching session, what makes you, well, you?
Are you constantly going out and getting drunk to numb your mind due to tedium and lack of stimulation?
What kind of friends do you want in your life? Are you getting distracted? If so, consider reducing contact or ending that relationship
Are you out of shape? Unhealthy? Look at the food you eat, your negative thought processes and so on.
Take incremental steps to reverse the situation.
All thoughts create reality.
Take responsibility my friends.
Thank you for reading