What Goes Down Must Eventually Come Back Up!

Blessing the Natural Cycle of Wealth and Abundance.

What goes down must eventually come back up – including money, wealth, abundance, and prosperity.

Everything in life is cyclical, even the cycle of wealth and abundance.

If we can learn to bless the “mess” we can move through difficult times and come out on the other side where richness and abundance flow freely.

Practicing mindfulness can help remind you to take a step back and feel that sense of gratitude and joy for what you have already been blessed with in this life.

Blessism for Natural Cycle of Wealth

I bless and acknowledge the natural cycle of wealth and abundance.

I fully understand I can bless my finances no matter how little I have or how much I am struggling.

Times of financial struggle are the perfect time to bless my finances.

I know wealth and abundance are an all-encompassing consciousness that flows from within.

What goes down must eventually come back up – including money, wealth, abundance, and prosperity.

What a blessing this is. I bless the natural cycle of wealth, abundance, and prosperity today and every day.

Money is a game and money is simply energy.

I bless my relationship with wealth and honor the journey I have traveled.

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BLESSisms are an excellent way to find joy in difficult times. When you start focusing on those moments of joy, you realize how far you have already come. You start feeling grateful for the challenges you have overcome. You tap into new sources of strength and resilience.