About Abundantlifeinitiative.com:

Your curator of all things abundant, beautiful and inspirational.

Abundantlifeinitative.com searches for the meaning in everything, which gives us an opportunity for spiritual growth and inspiration. The world S4 cartoon effectis bombarded with negative news stories and media. Abundantlifeinitiatve.com’s sole purpose is to take the every day conundrums of life and transform them into life affirming messages and a new way of approaching obstacles.

From the mass news media to beautiful quotes and images found on social media – there’s simply not enough time in the day to mine all the information to find the jewels that truly inspire us and feed our souls.  We have enough mayhem and disenchantment in this world, and Abundantlifeinitiative.com is here to inspire and give our senses a respite from all the noise of the world.

Abundantlifeinitiative.com is your everyday spiritual warrior, your curator of all things spiritual, studying and sharing knowledge on the mind, body, spirit connection. Its mission is to help others live an abundant, purposeful and spiritual life. When all of us raise our energy vibration, the whole world benefits. Tune in for ways to create an abundant life today.

Be sure to check out and “like” abundantlifeinitiative.com on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/abundantlifeinitiative, for up to date news, links, photos and inspirational posts to empower and inspire you. And, for more inspiration, visit me at http://www.pinterest.com/syryn22/.

How to Use this Blog Site:

  • Search! Use the search function on the home page and feel free to search, using terms like, “abundance” or “manifestation.” For my spiritualistas (highly enlightened, fashionable beings), use the search term “fashion” or “Etsy.”
  • Share! Share the good word and finds that’s located on the blog pages.
  • Contribute to the conversation by commenting on the posts or consider posting to abundantlifeinitiative.com about your own powerful experiences in this life. We all have something to share on how we all can live an abundant and blessed life.

Abundantlifeinitiative.com seeks content on how to enhance, improve and/or celebrate an area in our life.  Submissions: content with a spiritual touch, in areas of spirituality, love, prosperity, health, career, relationships, travel, and the afterlife. Blogs on fashion and home décor are also welcomed. AbundantLifeInitiative.com thanks its readership and contributors for sharing in the goal of enlightenment of all of us.

For submissions to guest blog, provide content, collaborate, or to contract me for my curating services, please contact me at KimberlyJoCooley@aol.com. I also enjoy researching or doing the virtual “leg work” for many subject matters. Curious about all the areas I curate? Email me.

About Kimberly Jo Cooley: 

When a friend is searching for the best of something, whether clothing, home accessories, or what New Age Spiritual book will help them awaken to a love partner or other life dreams, they call me because they know I love curating the best options for them – hence the tag line, “Curator of all Things…”

I was born, raised and reside in Northern California. By day, I work as an arbitration specialist for an insurance company, by night, a writing fiend and spiritual life guide/curator of all things inspirational. This blog will showcase writing pieces, features on my writing process, and any other happenings, such as book, music, and clothing/store reviews I’m a part of. Presently, I’m writing a novel, and dabble in poems and short stories. Thank you kindly for reading and sharing in my joy of writing.

Abundant Life Initiative’s five mission statements:

  1. Always come from a position of love in any and everything you do.
  2. You have choice.
  3. There’s always room at my table for you, my friends.
  4. We are world’s villagers.
  5. We have all we need to move from Information Age to Enlightened Age.


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  1. I just wanted to say how much I appreciate the follow of our blog. I never want to take it for granted.
    A Servant
    P.S. Next week I’ll be introducing a new blog idea and will be asking for input. I sure would like for you to chime in with what you think.

    • Thank you! I appreciate your blogs – inspirational to all of us. I will be sure to keep a look out for your blog and will chime in as well. Thanks for taking the time to reach out to me – feels wonderfully like a community around here :-D.

  2. Hi Kimberly
    I received an award for blogging and I want to share this one with you. It’s ‘The Inventive Blogger Award’ and I think your blog qualifies as portraying you as an inventive blogger.
    The post is in my schedule folder and it will be available this afternoon at 3:30 PM Eastern USA time. So, you can find out more about it and collect the handsome badge at
    just a little later on today.
    Thanks for support of my blog. I hope you enjoy receiving this award.
    ~ Eric

    P.S. I don’t have any control in Beyonce’s life but if I had a daughter that admires her, I’d be having to tackle the issue of how a woman dresses with my little girl. Looking sexy is something that is valued in our culture and yet acting modest is something that is good sense — I have sons. We’ve had our issues, I can tell you.

    • Hi Eric, Thank you so much for thinking of me for the Inventive Award Nomination! I’m grateful and elated that you’ve shown my page love – thank you. I will check out your blog and also see how to “claim” my award. It will be my first badge. I enjoy reading your blog – it is inspirational and is just another example of how we are all in alignment with gaining further insight into this amazing life we’re creating. P.S. I hear you on the Beyoncé life. I have two sons, ages sixteen and eleven and a 2 year old daughter – I will have to go with the modesty is the best policy, lol. When she’s grown, she can make her own choices. Thanks Eric! – Kim

    • Hi Eric! Thank you so, so much for thinking of me when you thought of who to nominate for the Inspiring Bloggers Award – I am so humbled and appreciative of the honor. Thank you!! I will be sure to pay it forward. And thank you for posting an inspiring blog. I thoroughly enjoy reading them and looking forward to the next one. 🙂 -Kim

  3. Thank you dear Kimberly, my fellow spiritual warrior, for liking my Ode To The Divine Feminine And A Call To Arms! You cannot imagine what a great honor it is for me, and it gives me immense joy!
    Praying for you
    in gratitude and appreciation
    for all that you are and all that you do,

    • Hi Leon! What a beautiful Being of light and love you are! I thank you for your prayers and kind words, it really means a lot to me. It is kind folks like you that sends me signs that this message I am sharing is being heard. I am praying for you and I am looking forward to getting some spiritual nourishment from your blog. Highest regards, Kim

      • Your message is being heard loud and clear, precious Kim! People like you are so very important in our rather cold world. I am so glad we found each other. Please take heart and never, ever, feel alone or doubt your purpose in life.
        Most people in the Western societies are trained to discard the language of emotion, and then they despair and die miserably. Well, enough is enough with these Protestant “values”! I am a Mediterranean Leo Sun with Scorpio Moon, and I am here to warm you, to show you how appreciated and loved you are as a woman with an uplifting spiritual mission.
        My wife Plutonia and I have always been materially deprived, and now even our very survival is seriously threatened with the financial war here in Greece, but I am not telling you this to feel sorry for me at all; I am only saying this for you to feel how immeasurably I appreciate your prayers. I do believe I still have a lot of Love and Light to offer, and I look forward myself to honoring your nourishing presence in my life.
        Thank you so much, my dear Kim.
        Cherishing you,

  4. Thank you for the follow Kimberley. I have been on WordPress only a short time and have been looking for other “New Thought” bloggers. Any suggestions on others to follow?

    • Hi Mary! I’m blessed to have found your blog – it is so cool to be able to meet other writers through the blogosphere. Thank you for checking out my blog and supporting my five mission statements. Nice meeting you and I’ll see you around :-).

  5. Hi Kimberly, we have a lot in common. We both work for an insurance company, we both write at night, we both love the Lord and we both enjoy helping others. Are you my clone? 🙂 I enjoy reading your blog posting and I wanted to say thank you, for reading my blog as well. Stay blessed!

    • Hi Cheryl~ Thanks for stopping by! Yes, we do have a lot in common! We’re kindred spirits. Our day jobs are at insurance companies, and our passion of writing is done at night (or I guess whenever we can squeeze in time for it ;-)). I think it takes soulful, God loving people like us to help inspire the world to be a loving place. It warmed my heart to read your comment this morning. It is so cool we get to meet people with similar paths in the blogging world. I am going to continue to check out your blog, and thanks for visiting mine. Stay blessed, and I look forward to chatting with you in the future.

  6. Hi Kimberly, I am sharing some appreciation and recognition today
    No requirements attached… Peace and joy is all ~ Eric

    It takes me forever to get around to all of my friends these days – just letting you know this since it is a change from how I was seeing your blog more regular as you posted. Its great to have more friends; I am at a new place in blogging now with more friends and different time for each… its all new and then its all new in a different way. Blogging is part of me now; so, I’ll adjust and continue as best I am able. Thanks for being here Kimberly. Love ya. ~ Eric

    • Hi there Eric~

      Thank you so much for this very cool award – I am so grateful and delighted to receive it and your friendship. I bet you’re super busy as you have a lot of followers. Do you find it has gotten easier or harder over time to blog? I am still in the new stages and always curious about blogger’s lives and how to juggle everything. I love how you can appreciate the new ways of being with many friends, and still managing to uplift fellow bloggers with your love, light, and wisdom. My love and blessings to you, too! ~, Kim

  7. Hi Kim;
    It isn’t seeming either easier or harder – different – and I like variety. I started this a few years ago at a less publicly known blog site and then I joined a Christian blog four years ago and I added another id on the same platform but it wasn’t the Christian segment; more like this blog, it was diverse and friendly; easy to make connections – easier there because they had discussion forums similar to facebook except the posts were stored like here with an archive navigation system. In a couple of years I had about 150 regular visits from Christians at the Christian segment side and about 100 regular visitors at the main site although there were more than 400 that were connected into my reader list there. That software was more advanced and easier to use to create pages and manage the blogs… both used the same software platform.
    Building up a growing following is easy enough.It requires lots of time though. My blog here grows more every month averaging about 60 new follower a month. This past six months I had the greater growth. Before that the average was less than 50 and now it is more than 70. July will be more than 100 if I do what I do the same throughout the month.
    Mostly I blog to learn and to be improved by learning.
    AsI get to know bloggers, I try to connect with them at wherever they seem to be at if there is something I have inside in common. Some of those connections take more time – the science guys for instance take much longer to get dialog going.
    I reblog just about every day now and I have less writing to do. I mostly present what I find now. I write less and publish what I write less often and I push it up in the reader rather than add a new article many times. When some reblogs one, I leave it at that date usually.
    People don’t usually red all of my page(s) so I keep most of them short. Some visitors only click like. Some read everything and make a comment. They vary widely.
    I try to keep in mind I am here to serve others and remind myself that this is why I learn so much so quickly.
    In a comment, I add something usually but I am not so good at that – I am improved greatly is all I can say on that. I do have intuition and I am an empathetic, so that helps. since my focus is becoming more on my following and less on me I am getting much better at encouraging and bringing joy to others.
    You don’t need me as much as most that I nurture. We nurture each other nicely.
    I have enough friends at this level that it makes this fun too. I enjoy seeing that I am right sometimes like anyone – collaboration is key to raising our vibration. We can raise others more dramatically if they want awareness more than false comfort of what they already have – but they generally don’t get it that its a process.
    I always was one to recognize process and value it and I am learning patience to stimulate growth and patiently watch the stages of slow growth.
    Your growth is rapid because of lots of reasons and you too are aware of process and you value greatly your growth and thus make more too.
    I added facebook recently and I reblog my posts onto facebook. My facebook page isn’t like this blogso much – I use facebook for gaining quicker access to what is being sent my way. There the connections are more rapid. I dreamed using it and it is working similar to my dream. I have just over 500 followers there and I don’t have to visit any of them although I do. I get at least 10-20 links daily of what I need now. So, facebook is really more about me getting information and less about sharing – I share more there though and this is why I get more there too.
    If you implement changes, think about the ones that you cherish. That is my only though of restraint that I feel important to pass along.
    I value my connections with everyone I came to be able to share love and light in a genuine way and I want not to disconnect by rapid changes.
    I need to move to other blogs – we’ll share more I know.
    ~ Eric

    • Hi Eric!
      Your words are right on time – I could use some encouragement and wisdom right about now. I’ve recently started re-blogging because it’s nice to share others’ words and to lighten my own writing load. I’ve got so many things going on that is pulling me away from writing – I’m downsizing, as my teen sons have moved in with their dad, I’m working on my novel again, and my three year daughter considers me her playmate, lol. Re-blogging is a blessing and I’m going to continue to incorporate it into my blog.
      I’m not surprised your blog is so successful. It draws in Christians, Spiritualists, and Scientists alike. You present your writing and content in a way we can see subjects from all sides of the equation. And, you lift up everyone with your comments and words of encouragement. Blogging is a multifaceted project – you have to put up content, comment on blogs, support other blogs, and remain active in the community – which all takes time and dedication.
      I am going to use this comment you’ve shared with me as a reference guide to come back to when I need some blogging encouragement . I can’t wait to put up my shiny, new award you’ve nominated me for and write a special thank you. Thanks so much for the continued love and support – means a lot to me.

      • wow… I sound pretty good there. Thanks Kim. You are very kind. I am happy to help whenever I can. I enjoy your blog and hope that you find it useful and bringing you growth too as mine is working for me.

        ~ Eric

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