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Recognizing Prosperity

As we start the New Year, many of us seek wealth or prosperity: a raise, a new car, a bigger house. Our goals reflect the desire for more money, more things. However, when we seek material prosperity, it's easy to miss the prosperity we already have — such as our health, our friendships, and family. In today's meditation, we recognize our present prosperity in areas including — but not limited to — our financial and physical wealth. By acknowledging our current prosperity, we open the door for more blessings to come our way. Remember that this podcast uses audio technology that affects the brain, so please use headphones, and please do not use this podcast while driving or operating machinery. We are not licensed health care practitioners, and we do not claim any specific health benefits from using this podcast. You are responsible for your own health. The Meditation Podcast is made possible with great thanks to our subscribers on Patreon. Support our work and join our community at Patreon.com/themeditationpodcast Now, let's begin.

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