Emotional Prosperity

Following are some powerful thoughts from Mindset Mastery Program participant Annette Myers.

She writes:

I recently realized that one of the things I want most in life is emotional prosperity. Some people want financial prosperity, physical prosperity, or mental prosperity. I am, admittedly, an extremely emotional person. I feel the emotions of others. I feel my own emotions deeply, even though it’s not always apparent to others. I have felt very misunderstood for most of my life, because of the depth of emotions I experience. I often feel like people don’t know what to do with me because of the immensity of my emotion. 

Because emotions play such a huge role in my life, and influence so much of what I do and think, it’s not surprising that I almost always feel I lack emotional prosperity.

I stumbled across my desire for emotional prosperity quite by accident…

Click here to read the rest of this article on Annette’s blog

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One thought on “Emotional Prosperity

  1. This was a wonderful article! very timely for me as I am working on the course too and I have struggled a little with the financial prosperity part as well. It was great to see that we can focus on prosperity in other areas of our life as well. Thanks for sharing the insight.

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