Abundance and the Comparison Trap

There’s been a lot of focus on the abundance front lately, and it seems that many people share a resistance: ‘if I have a lot (of anything), I’ll be taking someone else’s share.’ This engenders all kinds of reactions, feelings ranging from guilt to righteous indignation. It’s become clear lately that this is all a part of the old structure distortions connected to competition and comparison. There is no room for competition in unity consciousness – if all are One, then there’s nothing to compete against. It’s deeply entrenched in our collective psyche to see comparisons wherever we look. Any time we feel intimidated by someone’s __intelligence, beauty, power, etc___ we are buying into the idea that ithere’s a limited resource. We’re basing our value Continue reading Abundance and the Comparison Trap