Meditation is a simple yet transformative way to reduce stress and anxiety, especially when it comes to your finances. To be calm and peaceful around money gives you the strength and resilience to live fully. The quiet act of mindful breathing and reflection on your finances can help you explore what’s most valuable in your life.
Join Abacus Co-Founder Spencer Sherman as he leads our new series of powerful guided meditations.
How do you define abundance in your money life? It may seem counterintuitive, but giving more away evokes stronger feelings of abundance. This guided meditation helps us explore new avenues of fulfillment through the lens of a greater sense of giving.
How do you define generosity? How would you like to define it? Generosity can bring feelings of peacefulness and happiness around our money lives in ways few actions can. This generous meditation guides us into the realm of empowering ourselves while helping others.
Equanimity is defined as mental calmness, especially in difficult situations. This concept can be of great service to our money lives as well. Use this gentle guided meditation to explore a fuller, more balanced version of self, and find a new sense of composure around money.
Envisioning ourselves in a more spacious way, giving ourselves permission to unload some of our old childhood narratives, helps us to find new spaces we can inhabit around money. This guided meditation encourages us to push open new doors and seek more fulfilling money frontiers to explore.
There will inevitably be ups and downs with our finances. Through a mindful practice, however, we can learn to cultivate a better relationship with money using our mind and heart. This brief yet engaging meditation can help foster a meaningful sense of resilience.
More Than Enough
Living in a place of scarcity, of never feeling like we have enough, is deeply ingrained in our culture. But what if we were able to ‘try on’ something different? Something that allows us to feel a sense of ease and peace? This meditation gently invites us to envision a way of living that embraces the concept of ‘enough’, and to experience the ultimate feelings of sufficiency.