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We all have one.

You might not know you have one.

But you do.

Each and every person on this planet has a prosperity score, a setting that determines how much prosperity they have – and will allow – into their lives.

Because prosperity is a huge topic, everyone has a variety of prosperity scores.

There’s a prosperity score for financial abundance, of course. But there’s also a prosperity score for friendships. And health. And your vocation.

Basically, every aspect of your life is regulated by these scores.

And if that sounds harsh, or scary, or totally f**ked up, the good news is that your prosperity score can change at any time.

For those of you who are wondering:

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The answer is alarmingly simple.

Take a look at your finances. And your friendships. And your vocational satisfaction.

Is your experience in those areas abundant? Or totally crappy less-than-abundant?

The greater your experience of abundance, the higher your score in that area.

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Let’s say you’re someone who always has a lot of friends. Your prosperity score for friendship is super high. On a scale of 1 to 100, it’s a 95.

Because of this high score – ie high expectation around an abundance of friends – you always have a lot of friends in your life.

And – here’s the tricky/cool part – when you don’t have a lot of friends, you don’t trip about it.

Your high score pulls you through those times when your physical circumstances show less than what you expect in that area.

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Everyone has a different idea of what a high score looks like. For one person, a 95 out of 100 in friendship might manifest as two close friends. For another, 95 out of 100 might manifest as 50 friends and 400+ acquaintances.

We all get to decide what we want in each area.

And how do we change our score if we’re not happy with it?

There are lots of ways, many of which are covered in the blog posts on this site:

Affirmations. Gratitude practice. Meditation. Visualization.

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Our prosperity scores are like thermostats. When a thermostat is set on high, you get lots of heat. When it’s set on low – or shut off altogether – you don’t get a lot of heat.

If you want more heat, all you have to do is crank up the thermostat.

And because Unmanifest Reality is an infinite pool of possibilities, there’s an infinite supply of heat to match whatever setting you decide upon.

I’m aware that what I just said is not something everyone would agree with. Or is aware of. Yet.

I’m also aware that if you’ve made it this far down this post, you’re probably aware of it. Or at least moving in that direction.

So crank up that thermostat! Bring on the friends! And the money! And heat!

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What’s your prosperity score? And how has it changed over time? Share your comments below!


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