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Opening to Abundance

Tian Dayton MA, PhD, TEP
“To accomplish great things we must first dream, then visualize, then plan . . . believe . . . act!” – Alfred A. Montapert


Everywhere nature brings forth. The clouds, wind, and rain draw me toward their eternal mystery. This world is designed to nurture and sustain life. I am part of that life, and I receive solace and comfort knowing that the world and I are both alive and vibrant, both imbued with the same life force. I am ready, willing, and able to open my mind and heart to the abundance that the world has to offer me. This world brings forth what I need. The sun shines, water from fresh springs makes its way across rocky slopes to quench my thirst, and abundant varieties of food germinate from seeds to nourish my body. This world is designed to nourish my body and my spirit; everything that I need to be healthy and strong is here, literally falling off trees. And all that my senses need to make them feel soothed and satisfied is around me all of the time—sunsets, fresh air, birds singing, warm caressing breezes, cleansing rainstorms—the world is amazing to me.  


I plant the seeds in my day that I wish to see grow in my life.   




You are reading from One Foot in Front of the Other: Daily Affirmations for Recovery by Tian Dayton, PhD (Health Communications, Inc., 9780757317880, paperback, 384 pages, $11.96).

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Tian Dayton, PhD, is the author of sixteen books, including The ACoA Trauma Syndrome; Emotional Sobriety; Trauma and Addiction; Forgiving and Moving On; and The Living Stage. In addition, Dr. Dayton has developed a model for using sociometry and psychodrama to resolve issues related to relationship trauma repair. She is a board-certified trainer in psychodrama, sociometry, and group psychotherapy and is the director of The New York Psychodrama Training Institute.