How to Find Abundance in your Spiritual Life

January 1, 2021 by · Leave a Comment 

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Each human being has a soul but this is an area where many of us lack wisdom and understanding. What is the soul? Where is it? How do we bring lasting joy and peace to our soul? Is the soul eternal? These are questions that many people have. Even preachers and spiritualists often have trouble answering these weighty questions.

How it begins

Though we may have every conceivable material possession, when our soul feels empty, our whole life can feel that way. Therefore, it is best to delve into this area and understand how to find abundance in our spiritual life. We begin this search as a tiny acorn that represents our curiosity. As we move forward, we plant that acorn, water it, fertilize it and then watch it grow. Though it may take years, eventually a tree is created where there was none.

Search for wisdom

If you’re like most people, you’ll want to spend as much time as possible with your family. They can be a great source of fun, laughter and enjoyment. But what about your hobbies? Take time soon to work on your creative side. And don’t forget the soul. Try reading profound writings from the Bible, Bhagavad Gita, Tao Te Ching or the Koran. There is much wisdom in books like these and we may find the answers that we search for. At least, we should find joy, peace and rest for our souls.

A wise Chinese proverb goes like this: “A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song.”

Create Abundance 创造丰盛 is a collection of Teacher Zhang Xinyue’s words of wisdom concerning body-mind-spirit cultivation. Written in simple and easy to understand language, the book Create Abundance  hopes to touch the very soul of the reader. The great spiritualist leader, Teacher Zhang Xinyue, was born and grew up in China. Zhang Xinyue is mostly known for being an internationally renowned body-mind-spirit tutor, a spiritual therapist, and the founder of Abundance Psychology.

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