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By Lisa Wechtenhiser

So, you ask your Guides for help or directions to your next step, right? And you vow that when you see it, you’ll step into it, no questions asked (because you and your Guides are tight like that).

What if what came in front of you was something that really (and I mean REALLY) called you to step out of that so so comfy zone you inhabit 24/7?

Would you still do it? Or would you ask the Universe to send you something a tad more palatable?

When I get something more challenging than what usually shows up when I ask for next steps, I try to look at it like a reminder from my Guides that I’m ready for a shift. A reminder that I have what it takes to make the big leap being offered to me (and that there’s a net if I get scared about it!).

Edwene Gaines is who showed up to move me forward.

edwenegainesWell, not in person although she sounds like a lot of fun and I’d be more than happy to entertain her any time she wants to hang out with me.

She showed up in the form of a book called The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity: A Simple Guide to Unlimited Abundance.

Edwene, an ordained Unity minister, sets out in plain language the four steps she used to completely change her life into a prosperous one.

What does being prosperous mean? Well, here’s what she says about it.

“My definition of prosperity is:

  • having a ”vitally alive healthy body for the God-being that we are to express through;
  • relationships that are joyous, satisfying, intimate, honest, and nurturing, and that work all the time;
  • work that we love so much it’s not work but play; and
  • all the money that we can spend.”

Did that last one push any buttons for you? I mean, if you’re spiritual, aren’t you supposed to not be attached to material goods?

We can all get behind good health, great relationships and joyous work, right? Who doesn’t want that? But get to the money part and WHOA! Feel the woo-brakes come on.

This week, I’ll be talking about each of those spiritual principles Edwene teaches and how it’s shifting my life in all kinds of ways.  It’s not a commitment for the faint of heart (one part of it has to do with giving up complaining, whining and gossiping. Heck, my personal blog may have to just shut its doors because that’s mostly what it’s been for years!!) but when I am called to pay attention, I pay attention.

Tomorrow we’ll talk about the first spiritual principle that seems to really snag people right off the bat.

(Hint: it involves money and you letting go of some of it!)

Are you ready to change your life? Meet me back here tomorrow and we’ll start.