Today is the twenty-eighth day of the month, and twenty-eight carries aspects of co-creation and abundance. The number eight is also the symbol for infinity, the lemniscate, which alludes to our divine nature as creators and eternal beings. As such, we are fully capable, each one of us, of manifesting all the abundance and prosperity we desire. As Abraham-Hicks says, we are not here to be mediocre creators. We are all deserving and worthy of living a good life, whatever that means to us. Through our example, we can show others how to live abundantly. We are in partnership with our divine allies, who are always loving us, always supporting us, and assisting us in all we endeavor to do. The two and eight adding up to ten, a number of completion and fulfillment, indicate that a great deal of abundance is ready for us.
The numbers in today’s date add up to six, a number of harmony and balance. Through reaching greater levels of well-being and peace in our lives, we establish greater harmony between ourselves and the universe, and between our human self and higher self, that divine creator aspect of us that is the larger part of who we are. Through bliss, through joy, through love, harmony, and peace, we come into alignment with the fullness of who we are and with infinite intelligence. In this place, we can achieve anything we desire. Creating a solid foundation with our belief and trust in ourselves and in our ability to manifest all that we dream of, all that we desire to create, amplifies our creations and gives them power. Keeping our focus on a continually more elevated version of ourselves and visualizing who and where we want to be is powerful. Feeling ourselves to be in that elevated place and in that desired state of being is like the secret ingredient, the grace that eases the flow of all that we envision for ourselves to come into being.
Mantra: I am the powerful creator of my reality. I am worthy and deserving of all that I desire. I allow everything I want to flow to me, and it comes to me easily. I receive with gratitude.