Remove to receive

Remove to receive

We used to approach pruning with fear of scarcity, now we do it with confidence, inviting abundance.

Making way for new growth is an important action in the garden.

When we cut back the old branches, nature responds with a burst of new expansion.

Sometimes the things we need to prune are old habits, self doubt and the things that impede our progress.

It’s not easy, but once we start to deliberately remove these things we are subconsciously making space for new beautiful things to blossom.

Trim some branches, let some light in and be prepared to experience exponential growth.

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