According to Quality of Life Therapy, Inner Abundance means:
feeling deeply calm, rested, centered, loving, alert, and ready to meet the challenges of the day and life after caring for oneself in a thoughtful, loving, compassionate, and comprehensive way; doing the very best for yourself so that you can give your very best.
Right now, it’s more important than ever for me to cultivate Inner Abundance.
I was confused about the difference between inner versus outer abundance. Now I realize I was mostly focused on things outside of myself in order to be happy.
It can be so comfortable to rely on external things to give us a sense of security. Sometimes it takes a devastating shock to wake us up to what’s truly important. It’s not that we should deny the infinite abundance of the outer world, but there’s an equally abundant inner world for us to explore. Ideally, there needs to be a balance between external and internal realities.
Being able to claim your rightful place in your inner world allows you to be a whole person.