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“I have everything I need in this very moment.” This is one my favorite statements I say to myself when I’m feeling overwhelmed, worrying about the future, or caught up about something in the past. That doesn’t mean I don’t make plans, set goals and make “To-Do” lists.
When you think about it, what do you really need? Saying, “I have everything I need in this very moment,” at a core level, is true. It’s a mind-set that can produce a sense of well-being by lowering stress, anxiety, fear, anger and resentment. You may need to pay a bill next week, deal with a difficult person at work or at a social gathering soon, or are worried about retiring in 20 years. Yet, today in this very moment, you are okay and have enough for right now.
As long as your basic needs are met each day, you truly have everything you need in this moment. Many of us are fortunate to have much more than our basic needs. We may have a computer or smart phone to access knowledge, a job to earn money, a car to get around, good friends or family who love you or a pet you are fond of. You may also have a body that functions well most days, allowing you to do all that you do in a day.
Have you noticed that over the course of your life, that most things work out? How many meals have you missed or nights have you not had a place to sleep? Take a moment to feel, that in this very moment, you have everything you need and you are okay. Have faith and trust that everything you need will show up. I’ve noticed that the more I live from the place of “all is well in this moment,” the more all is well in every moment.
Love, Health & Happiness,