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Abundantia Abundance Ray

Abundantia Abundance Ray

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Learn about Abundantia Abundance Ray :

You have been connected to the energy of Abundantia, the Roman goddess of plenty.

While fulfilling our life’s mission, we may need material support. The spirit world is very happy to contribute to this support, if we’ll ask them. Abundantia is a powerful and nurturing divinity who can help us with abundance issues. This glorious goddesses can help us to become a gracious receiver. After all, sometimes lightworkers are better at giving than at receiving, which can cause imbalances and blockages. Abundantia also gives us the confidence to follow our dreams and aspirations.

Abundantia is a beautiful goddess of success, prosperity, abundance, and good fortune. She’s also considered to be a protector of savings, investments, and wealth. Her image graced Roman coins in centuries past.

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Learn about Abundantia Abundance Ray :

You have been connected to the energy of Abundantia, the Roman goddess of plenty.

While fulfilling our life’s mission, we may need material support. The spirit world is very happy to contribute to this support, if we’ll ask them. Abundantia is a powerful and nurturing divinity who can help us with abundance issues. This glorious goddesses can help us to become a gracious receiver. After all, sometimes lightworkers are better at giving than at receiving, which can cause imbalances and blockages. Abundantia also gives us the confidence to follow our dreams and aspirations.

Abundantia is a beautiful goddess of success, prosperity, abundance, and good fortune. She’s also considered to be a protector of savings, investments, and wealth. Her image graced Roman coins in centuries past.

In Roman mythology, Abundantia brought money and grain to people while they were sleeping, shaking her gifts from the cornucopia she continuously carried. In Norse mythology, she was called Fulla, the first and favorite attendant of Frigg (the Norse goddess of the atmosphere and clouds). Fulla carried Frigg’s valuables for her, and also acted as her intermediary, performing favors for mortals who called upon the goddess for help.

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