Wherever you want to see change, be it in your job, your love life, your family ties or your relationship with money, abundance is your path to being happy, content, and filled with meaningful purpose — instead of wondering what life will throw at you next.


Abundance is the key to thriving, instead of settling for surviving.


Strained family relationships. Money woes. Endless dates with no real connection. Impostor syndrome. A job you don’t love. A sense that you’re missing something, but you don’t know what it is.

All these situations have one thing in common: abundance —or rather, the opposite of abundance, which is lack.

The absence of abundance is the root of unhappiness in all aspects of our lives, whether the surface problem is universal— like financial strain — or something unique to you, like a cataclysmic event from your past.

The Abundance Game course was developed to resolve the underlying problems and emotional blocks that shut us off from abundance and joy, including severe traumas such as depression and abuse.

After completing The Abundance Game, you will have an abundant life filled with love, joy, and wealth, every single day. You will activate abundance in all areas of your life, including family relationships, social and romantic connections, self-expression, career, health, and your relationship with money.

You will never again feel the destructive, limiting effects of lack in any area of your life.

If this resonates with you and you feel an instinctive ‘yes’ within, it’s time to start your 29-day journey to infinite abundance, so you can experience happiness, contentment, and meaning — every single day, for the rest of your life.




If you told me a year ago that at this point in my life, I’d be an abundance coach who created a 29-day abundance course, I probably wouldn’t believe you.

Just one year ago, I was in the midst of a very painful, terrifying transition affecting all areas of my life. I was surrounded by chaos, disaster, and lack.

My career path, which I had been so sure about, had come to a dead end. It was also making me miserable, because I was helping other writers with their self-expression while I didn’t nourish my own creativity. Family relationships that I’d thought were solid and loving turned out to be crumbling castles built on sand; I began to see that these family relationships were built on a foundation of inter-generational emotional abuse. My love life was a flaming wreck: a relationship I’d thought was going well ended abruptly when I was dumped over the phone. My personal finances were a mess as well, reflecting the lack in all other parts of my life.

Truth be told, it got a lot worse before it got better. I was in a constant state of fear and uncertainty, and I had no idea what I could or should be doing for meaningful occupation. I’d heard about the concept of ikigai; I had no idea how to go about finding it. I had a sense that the new direction for my meaningful occupation had something to do with holistic wellness, but I was intimidated by lack of training in healing of the body. What on earth did I know about healing modalities, and how was I going to pay the bills while I learned and explored?

I knew I was supposed to be helping people somehow, using the gifts I was given. Yet, I was drifting, an unmoored ship in the middle of a vast ocean with not a whisper of wind to push me in the right direction.

Or so I thought.

My spiritual coach told me: focus on your own healing first.

So I did just that. She was right: it’s like the safety demo on a flight. You have to put on your own oxygen mask before you help someone else with theirs.

The healing was not fun. It was not gentle. The accumulated gunk — energetic, spiritual, emotional, cognitive — of a long, long cycle was being released. Yet, I still had emotional and cognitive blocks. From decades of emotional abuse by family members. From sexual assault. From a physically and emotionally abusive relationship. From childhood traumas that I buried so deep, I couldn’t access them at first. From about a decade of severe depression.

I thought I’d dealt with the traumas of my past, but as I progressed with the rubbish clearing, as my coach termed it, I saw that there was more and more healing work to be done on myself.

I had the toolbox of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) principles thanks to my long battle with depression in my 20s. This alone wasn’t going to do it for healing this deep, and I knew it. I sensed that spiritual work was required here as well.

Thanks to my instinct, I was drawn to the abundance paradigm — at its purest, without the excessive focus on material wealth that has hijacked the popular understanding of abundance.

As I began working on myself through the abundance paradigm, I saw rapid, tangible change and healing in a very short period of time. As I dug deeper and deeper, I realized that the crux of my most persistent, hidden, destructive emotional and cognitive blocks and beliefs all led back to an overarching problem: limitations in my ability to receive and give (most especially to myself) on a spiritual level, which affected all other types of abundance in my life: self-expression, family relationships, platonic and extra-platonic relationships, meaningful occupation, my body, and material wealth.

I was astounded. I had already seen so much positive change and progress with the abundance paradigm, but I wanted to dig deeper still. So I reached for the toolbox I knew — identifying abundance blocks using CBT principles — and blended it with the toolbox I was given — approaching abundance blocks from a spiritual, energetic perspective..

The results were nothing short of miraculous. MIndsets, emotional baggage, old scars and cognitive patterns that I hadn’t even been aware of started to come to the surface. As I identified them, I released them, transmuting that suffering and fear into wisdom, clarity, and miracles of abundance in my life. it was like watching a desolate, burned forest come back to life in seconds.

Driven by curiousity, I started applying the abundance paradigm to varied but universal problems that people experience in their lives, from career dissatisfaction to tangled love lives and sticky, toxic family dynamics. Every single time, the crux of every configuration of every possible problem pointed back to one thing, clear as day: abundance — or rather, the opposite of abundance, which is lack.

Then a very beautiful ‘what if’ occurred to me: What if other people could benefit from this healing the way I had? Wouldn’t that be wonderful?

So I turned that ‘what if’ into reality. I developed and refined the abundance course, using my existing skills as a coach and workshop facilitator. I wanted everyone who sought healing to have access to the powerful, deep, gorgeous healing that the abundance paradigm had brought me.

And that, my friend, is how you and I got here. I hope that you receive the tremendous, positive change in your life that you deserve. Know this: you were not destined to suffer and endure discomfort. You were destined to fully receive an abundant life, overflowing with joy, peace, and love. All you have to do is take that first step forward and be willing to receive all the abundance that the Universe is waiting to shower down upon you.

Infinite abundance is already yours; all you need to do now is claim it.


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About The Author

Samantha De Silva is a life coach and writer who has been an educator for over a decade. She is a sexual assault survivor who has also experienced depression and anxiety for a large part of her adult life.

She is now living an exceptionally abundant life, with abundance flowing freely and generously through all areas of her life, thanks to the powerful, deep healing and transformation she experienced through the abundance paradigm.

She is committed to bringing the joy of an abundant life to journeymakers everywhere.

Samantha De Silva has also written two books in the urban fantasy series, The Daywalker Chronicles.