An Affirmation to Manifest Health, Abundance & Happiness

Christiane Northrup, MD, The Wisdom of MenopauseI found the affirmation below in Christiane Northrup's newly revised book, The Wisdom of Menopause: Creating Physical and Emotional Health During the Change and liked it so much that I wanted to share it with you.

"I am now experiencing perfect health, abundant prosperity, and complete and utter happiness. This is true because the world is full of charming people who now lovingly help me in every way. I am now come into an innumerable company of angels. I am now living a delightful, interesting, and satisfying life of the most widely useful kind. Because of my own increased wealth, health, and happiness, I am now able to help others live a delightful, interesting, and satisfying life of the most widely useful kind. My good--our good--is universal". ~ Catherine Ponder, The Dynamic Laws of Prosperity.

I also just discovered this video from Susannah Conway, author and photographer. She is promoting her blogging class, but what I liked best was her calm way of speaking and her practical advice about how to find your voice online plus info about her own process.

Thoughts on finding your way online from Susannah Conway on Vimeo.

Kathy Crabbe: Guiding Your Creative Soul

Prosperity Thinking: March Forth

Welcome to Prosperity Thinking, a brand new column written for my blog by Kate Walsh, financial planner. Kate is also a member of the Creative Soul Circle, my free social network  for women-only where you will find Kate's Money Magic thread which has already helped many women gain a better understand of their relationship with money.
While reading "my daily dose of sanity" by Alan Cohen I was intrigued by how he changed March 4th to "March Forth."  I loved the idea of marching forth from old limited ways of thinking. Marching forth from fear and doubt and marching forth from blame and guilt.  Can you imagine yourself marching forth leaving old habits behind and marching forth to becoming who you know you are?
Think about being a visionary marching forth seeking a solution to old problems. Discovering that the only purpose of a problem is to motivate us to find an answer that will lift us beyond the consciousness that created the problem.
So, let's march forth and do what is in front of us.  Let's do the inquiry of looking upward and onward, celebrating our strengths rather than analyzing our weaknesses.
Let's march forth in our quest for abundance knowing that abundance is a state-of-mind.  It is a relationship, and this relationship grows by marching forward with our quest for success, prosperity, abundance.  When we march forth and realize "what" our relationship with money is-we can move upward and onward to achieving our desires, dreams and wishes.
So the question for today as we march forth to a better understanding is: What is your relationship to money?
Today is the day to march forth to your prosperity.
About Kate Walsh

Kate Walsh has been involved in the financial world for over 40 years. Kate’s passionate about her work, which is "To bring financial clarity to women, and assist them to develop Prosperity Thinking."

Kate holds numerous certifications, licenses and is committed to her personal philosophy "to be in a continual process of improvement."

Join Kate in the Creative Soul Circle > Money Magic Thread as we explore "what's" possible in creating our Prosperity Consciousness.


Put Your Strengths to Work

Ulrica. Watercolor on paper, 8 x 10 inches © 2010 by Kathy Crabbe. From the Creative Soul Card® Series: Abundance is...

Knowing your strengths and working from them, rather than strengthening your weaknesses.

An awesome book about discovering and implementing your strengths is titled  Go, Put Your Strengths to Work by Marcus Buckingham. His book includes the Strengthsfinder Test (an online test that requires a code from his book) to determine your top five strengths.

There are four strength domains:

  1. Relating Themes (working with people)
  2. Impacting Themes (influencing people)
  3. Thinking Themes (working smarter)
  4. Striving Themes (Working harder

My Top Five Strengths:

My top five strengths are "thinking themes" (working smarter) and a "striving theme" (working harder).

1. Ideation: fascinated by ideas 2. Input: inquisitive 3. Intellection: like to think 4. Achiever: drive and constant need for achievement 5. Learner: love to learn

My strength is in working with groups (SiStars!) online! I enjoy leading and bringing women together and I love sharing ideas with others who value those ideas. I love the energy and power of a group.

Groups I have loved:

* School (Queen's University and St. Lawrence College esp.) * Camp * Orchestras/bands * Writer's Cafe (I founded this group a few years ago) * Sawdust Festival (an art festival in Laguna Beach I was in for eight years) * My Creative Soul Circle (my online Soul SiStars!)

What has made me strong: Knowing what it feels like to be on the outside of a group and wanting instead to create a group for others who know what it feels like not to fit in. I also have a desire to be loved for who I am.

Having both parents as teachers, I saw the ins and outs, pluses and minuses of working within the traditional school system and realized that if I wanted to fit into a group, that I needed to create my own ~ the story of my life; making my own way, but with devoted friends. We go where the juice is! I've also journalled, dreamed and drawn forever, so now it's time to SHARE!

What are your top five strengths and how are you applying them to bring forth your brilliance and truly shine?