Tantra Tip of the Day- 3 Keys to Abundance

1) Let go of resistance.
A couple of days ago while meditating, I was shown that just as a 1/4 inch pipe limits the flow of water, due to resistance created by the narrow diameter of the pipe, so to if my energy body is contracted then resistance is created which prevents abundance from flowing into my life. I then realized that I had allowed other people’s fear about the economy to contract my heart.

Sit quietly and see if you notice any areas of resistance in your body or mind? Are you holding onto beliefs that prevent abundance from flowing in your life?

2) Open up and feel the energy flow.
In the meditation I focused my attention on my heart and as I relaxed and breathed into my heart, I felt my heart expand. As I expanded my heart chakra I increased the flow of energy in my body. I immediately noticed an increase of financial abundance flowing into my life and it has continued since then.

Spend a few minutes doing an energy inventory, where is your energy constricted? Relax and breathe into these areas and see if they expand. See if you can increase the feeling of aliveness in your body. See if you notice any change in the flow of abundance in your life over the next few days.

3) Practice the art of giving and receiving.
Flow has two aspects giving and receiving. If you are feeling lack then open up to receive abundance in your life. If you are blessed with an overflow of abundance, then give to others that are less fortunate. Both actions are important in keeping abundance flowing. Flow is dynamic. If we hoard out of fear, then the flow is diminished. If we aren’t open to receiving then flow is rerouted around us and someone else benefits but we stay in lack.

Notice your relationship to giving and receiving. Does one seem more natural to you than the other? Practice giving and receiving today and see what you discover about yourself.

(C)Copyright 2009, Crystal Dawn Morris, all rights reserved.

Tantra Tip of the Day- Spontaneity and Flow

Children have the ability to be open and in the moment. They are spontaneous without thinking about it. As adults when the impulse to be spontaneous arises there is often a moment of doubt and asking, “Is it all right to be this spontaneous?” Sometimes as adults what we call being spontaneous is our ego acting out to get our attention, such as going on a shopping spree or betting on a football game.

The spontaneity children exhibit is not driven by ego, it comes from being totally present in the moment and trusting the impulses they receive from the field of Awareness. As children become acculturated you can see this connection slowly erode. Yet spontaneity can be reclaimed if we make it a practice.

Tune into the field of Awareness, you may call it Consciousness or Source; it is the stillness at the center of your being. Feel the stillness; it is from this place that spontaneity arises. Stillness is always present and can be accessed at anytime. Spontaneity that arises from this place is often call synchronicity. It is being in the flow of life.

C)Copyright 2009, Crystal Dawn Morris, all rights reserved.
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