Dynamic abdominal imaging has the requirements of high spatial-temporal resolution, large spatial coverage, and acquisition timing with the contrast injection. Golden angle radial sampling in combination with compressed sensing and parallel imaging has been reported for free breathing dynamic volumetric imaging. However, radial sampling suffers from streaking artifacts, inflexible FOV prescription, and long reconstruction time. In this study, we report a Cartesian sampling technique that combines compressed sensing, parallel imaging, temporal view sharing, and navigator for prospective gating. The potential of the technique for free breathing dynamic abdominal imaging is demonstrated in both volunteers and patients.