Eckhart Tolle: the Law of Abundance — the output stream determines the incoming

Within two weeks of the next practice and watch how it will change life: when you feel that people reject you — praise, high estimation, assistance, loving care and so forth, give it to them.

You don't have it? Then just act like you've got it, and it will come.

And soon after will begin to give you start to receive.

You can't get what is not given.

The output stream specifies input.

Thinking the world of you something fails, know that in fact this you already have, but unless you allow it to bleed out, you won't even be able to know what you have. This is the abundance.


The law that outflow determines incoming, expressed by Jesus in his strongest figurative phrase: "give and it shall be given unto you: good measure, pressed down, pumped and perepolneny be poured into your lap; for whatever measure you measure, it will be measured to you."

The source of abundance is not outside you. It's part of who you are. However, start with gratitude and recognition of the abundance that is available outside. Behold the fullness of life in all that surrounds you.

Feel my skin in the heat of the sun, admire the flowers on display for the wall flower shop, take a bite of juicy fruit, or wet to the skin, soaked with the richness of the falling water.

The fullness of life at every step. Thanks to this abundance around you awakens the abundance that lies dormant within you.

Let him out, let him expire. When you smile to a stranger, there is a small energy output. You give.

Often ask yourself the question: "What can I give here; how can I serve this person, this situation?"

You no need to own to feel abundant, although if you feel abundant, things are almost sure to come to you.

Abundance comes only to those who already have it.



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It seems almost unfair, but it is. Both abundance and scarcity — it is an internal condition that manifest in your reality. Jesus expressed it this way: "For whoever has will be given, but whosoever hath not, from him shall be taken even that he has."published


Eckhart Tolle "A New Earth"




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