What are you grateful for?
Squeeze every bit of happiness out of 2010 that you can by ditching the complaining!
When you start to be grateful for what you have the spin-off effect is that you start to feel happy & contented with what you have.
A research project on Gratitude & Thankfulness (Emmons & McCullough, 2003) showed those who kept gratitude journals on a weekly basis exercised more regularly, reported fewer physical symptoms, felt better about their lives as a whole, and were more optimistic about the upcoming week compared to those who recorded hassles or neutral life events.
To start the process, invest in a gratitude journal and write down at least 3-5 things that you already have, & what you would like to receive. Doing this in the morning is a brilliant way to start the day to energise & mentally prepare for what’s ahead. If you catch public transport you can use this time to write, or even in your lunch break. Or before you go to bed pay tribute from start to finish of what has occurred in your day. You will be eager to sleep, ready for another day to record love & blissful moments.
By actively choosing to acknowledge gratitude on a daily basis you can dissolve the lack feelings of “I don’t have enough” (eg. Enough time, love, peace, money etc.) By reaching for a better feeling, this allows you to stay in the now to receive with an open heart.
By having a yearly journal, you then have the opportunity to go back and see what you’ve been able to bring into your life.
As a great way to condition your mind go through the alphabet from A-Z and state what you are grateful for & why.
Have fun & in-joy the full benefits of appreciating & showing & sharing an Attitude of Gratitude to all that come your way.
With Love, Thanks & Blessings for taking time to connect with the most important person there is, You!
Cimone-Louise Fung is a natural Clairvoyant & Intuitive Mentor. She has been enthusiastically offering workshops on various spiritually subjects for nearly a decade.
Her workshops celebrate self-love, self-awareness through remembering the stillness & joy within.