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28 Days of Gratitude

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Have any of you wondered how your life would change if you consciously did something DIFFERENT from your ordinary routine? How many of you have attempted to form new routines in life and ended up feeling like you ran out of time, or simply could not keep up with the new routine? This goes for any positive change we as humans attempt to make in our lives, whether it be exercising, dieting, quitting a bad habit, or something as simple as making your bed. We as humans tend to fall back to our old habits because they are comfortable, these habits have formed well-trodden paths in our brains and we enjoy the comfort of these familiar pathways. Continue reading

Day #9 – 28 Days of Gratitude

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Exercise # 9 – The Money Magnet

Quote of the day:
“You can often change your circumstances by changing your attitude” –Eleanor Roosevelt

Step 1: REPEAT the exercise from the 1st day. First thing in the morning, write 10 things that you would like to have in your life and be grateful for them in advance. Write them as if you already have them -not as if you will have them in the future. Write why you are grateful for each of them. Read each of the items on the list, in your mind or out loud. After each item say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. Visualize yourself already having each of the items-the more detailed the visualization, the better. Attach feeling to each of them. Feel, as you would feel if you had them already. Feel the happiness, the joy, the serenity, etc… the goal is for you to get the chills every time you visualize each item.

Step 2: Take any current unpaid bills you have, use gratitude’s power, and write across each one : “Thank you for the money” Feel grateful for having the money, whether you have it or not.

Step 3: Take ten bills you’ve paid in the past, and write across them “Thank you, Paid!” Feel truly grateful that you had the money to pay the bill.

Step 4: Just before you go to sleep tonight, hold our rock in your hand and think of the best thing that happened to you today. Say the magic words THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU


 

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The Garden

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bridge-53769_1920Spoken words,
while lively,
are fumbled about with,
met with a familiar understanding.

An array of information exchanged, thoughts and ideas,
floating about in the energy,
expounding from the individual aura.

As a white light encompasses those,
we choose to direct our energy.
Love abounding from source,
is always interpreted from perspective.

The consensus views an outward appearance,
even when frequencies are matched.
Letting flesh take over,
not meddling in the spiritual veil floating above.

Those that deny this power,
will be denounced to walk amongst themselves.
Those that recognize the true inner nature,
will be invited into the garden.

Be still,
breathe in the comfort you are provided with,
bask in the energy of source at this moment,
but do not ask for more than you are provided.

Raising to a frequency,
still able to interact,
I can now see their intentions,
and in them lies no tact.

Standing on the mountain,
we see things for what they are,
for everything in the physical body,
replicates behind the veil.

We walk amongst you,
we converse amidst the harshness sensed.
We meddle in our creative aspirations,
in hope that you too will understand.

Those that recognize the true inner nature,
will be invited into the garden.

Day # 8 – 28 Days of Gratitude

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Exercise 8 – The Magic Ingredient

Quote of the day:

“what is considered impossible is just the consensus of outdated beliefs.” –Bernie Siegel

Step 1: REPEAT the exercise from the 1st day. First thing in the morning, write 10 things that you would like to have in your life and be grateful for them in advance. Write them as if you already have them -not as if you will have them in the future. Write why you are grateful for each of them. Read each of the items on the list, in your mind or out loud. After each item say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. Visualize yourself already having each of the items-the more detailed the visualization, the better. Attach feeling to each of them. Feel, as you would feel if you had them already. Feel the happiness, the joy, the serenity, etc… the goal is for you to get the chills every time you visualize each item.

Step 2: Before you eat or drink anything today, take a moment to look at what you’re about to eat or drink, and in your mind or out loud say the magic words: THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! if you want to you can sprinkle some magic dust on your food and drink also.

Step 3: Just before you go to sleep tonight, hold our rock in your hand and think of the best thing that happened to you today. Say the magic words THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU


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Day # 7 – 28 Days of Gratitude

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Exercise #7 – The Magical Way Out of Negativity

Quote of the day:

“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” –Werner Erhard

Step 1: REPEAT the exercise from the 1st day. First thing in the morning, write 10 things that you would like to have in your life and be grateful for them in advance. Write them as if you already have them -not as if you will have them in the future. Write why you are grateful for each of them. Read each of the items on the list, in your mind or out loud. After each item say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. Visualize yourself already having each of the items-the more detailed the visualization, the better. Attach feeling to each of them. Feel, as you would feel if you had them already. Feel the happiness, the joy, the serenity, etc… the goal is for you to get the chills every time you visualize each item.

Step 2: Choose one problem or negative situation in your life that you most want to resolve.

Step 3: List 10 things that you’re grateful for about the situation.

Step 4: At the end of your list, write: THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for the perfect resolution.

Step 5: Just for today, see if you can get through the day without saying anything negative. If you notice yourself thinking or saying anything negative, stop immediately and say: “But I have to say that I’m grateful for ________”

Step 6: Just before you go to sleep tonight, hold our rock in your hand and think of the best thing that happened to you today. Say the magic words THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU


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Day #6 – 28 Days of Gratitude

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Exercise 6 – Works Like Magic

Quote of the day:

“You will only have as much as you THINK you deserve” –Napoleon

Step 1: REPEAT the exercise from the 1st day. First thing in the morning, write 10 things that you would like to have in your life and be grateful for them in advance. Write them as if you already have them -not as if you will have them in the future. Write why you are grateful for each of them. Read each of the items on the list, in your mind or out loud. After each item say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. Visualize yourself already having each of the items-the more detailed the visualization, the better. Attach feeling to each of them. Feel, as you would feel if you had them already. Feel the happiness, the joy, the serenity, etc… the goal is for you to get the chills every time you visualize each item.

Step 2: While at work today, imagining you have an invisible manager following you around taking notes every time you find something to be grateful for. Your job today is to look for as many things as you can to be grateful for.

Step 3: Have your manager make a note each time you find something you’re grateful for, by saying: “I’m grateful for ___(what/)___________” and feel as grateful as you can.

Step 4: Just before you go to sleep tonight, hold our rock in your hand and think of the best thing that happened to you today. Say the magic words THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU


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Day #5- 28 Days of Gratitude 

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​Exercise 5 – Magic money

Quote of the day:

When the plan is not working, change the plan not the goal.”

Step 1: REPEAT the exercise from the 1st day. First thing in the morning, write 10 things that you would like to have in your life and be grateful for them in advance. Write them as if you already have them -not as if you will have them in the future. Write why you are grateful for each of them. Read each of the items on the list, in your mind or out loud. After each item say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. Visualize yourself already having each of the items-the more detailed the visualization, the better. Attach feeling to each of them. Feel, as you would feel if you had them already. Feel the happiness, the joy, the serenity, etc… the goal is for you to get the chills every time you visualize each item.

Step 2: Sit back and think about your childhood and all the the things that were provided for you at no charge. As you recall each memory, say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU and feel the gratitude within.

Step 3: Take a dollar bill and write the words: “Thank you for all the money that I’ve been given throughout my life.” Take the bill with you everywhere you go for the next 23 days. Take out and read the words everyday as much as possible and feel the gratitude for the abundance in your life, and picture the money flowing to your bank account and how happy you feel about it.

Step 4: Right before you go to sleep tonight, hold our rock in your hand and think of the best thing that happened to you today. Say the magic words THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU


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Day #4 – 28 Days of Gratitude

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Exercise # 4 – The gift of health

Quote of the day:
“A positive mind finds a way it can be done; a negative mind looks for all the ways it can’t be done.” -Napoleon Hill.

Step 1: REPEAT the exercise from the 1st day. First thing in the morning, write 10 things that you would like to have in your life and be grateful for them in advance. Write them as if you already have them -not as if you will have them in the future. Write why you are grateful for each of them. Read each of the items on the list, in your mind or out loud. After each item say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. Visualize yourself already having each of the items-the more detailed the visualization, the better. Attach feeling to each of them. Feel, as you would feel if you had them already. Feel the happiness, the joy, the serenity, etc… the goal is for you to get the chills every time you visualize each item.

Step 2: On a piece of paper write: “The gift of health is keeping me alive.” On at least 4 occasions, throughout the day, read it to yourself and say: “Thank you, thank you, thank you.”

Step 3: Right before you go to sleep tonight, hold our rock in your hand and think of the best thing that happened to you today. Say the magic words THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU


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Day #3 – 28 Days of Gratitude

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Exercise #3 – Beautiful Relationships

Quote of the day:

“What’s important is to see what to others seems invisible”

Step 1: REPEAT the exercise from the 1st day. First thing in the morning, write 10 things that you would like to have in your life and be grateful for them in advance. Write them as if you already have them -not as if you will have them in the future. Write why you are grateful for each of them. Read each of the items on the list, in your mind or out loud. After each item say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. Visualize yourself already having each of the items-the more detailed the visualization, the better. Attach feeling to each of them. Feel, as you would feel if you had them already. Feel the happiness, the joy, the serenity, etc… the goal is for you to get the chills every time you visualize each item.

Step 2: Choose 3 of your closest relationships and collect a photograph of each person.

Step 3: With the photo in front of you, write 5 things you are most grateful for about each person.

Step 4: Begin each sentence with “thank you”, say their name, and what specifically your grateful for.

Step 5: Carry the photos with you today, or put them where you can see them throughout the day and look at them 3 times throughout the day. Each time you see them, say “Thank you and their name”

Step 6: Right before you go to sleep tonight, hold our rock in your hand and think of the best thing that happened to you today. Say the magic words THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!


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Day #2 – 28 Days of Gratitude

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Exercise #2 – The Magic Rock

Step 1: REPEAT the exercise from the 1st day.
First thing in the morning, write 10 things that you would like to have in your life and be grateful for them in advance. Write them as if you already have them -not as if you will have them in the future. Write why you are grateful for each of them. Read each of the items on the list, in your mind or out loud. After each item say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. Visualize yourself already having each of the items-the more detailed the visualization, the better. Attach feeling to each of them. Feel, as you would feel if you had them already. Feel the happiness, the joy, the serenity, etc… the goal is for you to get the chills every time you visualize each item.

Step 2: Find a rock that you can hold in your hand. Keep it on your bedside.

Step 3: Right before you go to sleep tonight, hold our rock in your hand and think of the best thing that happened to you today.

Step 4: Say the magic words THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU

Step 5: Repeat the magic rock exercise every night for the next 26 days.


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Day #1- 28 Days of Gratitude

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Exercise #1

Step 1: First thing in the morning, write 10 things that you would like to have in your life and be grateful for them in advance. Write them as if you already have them -not as if you will have them in the future.

Step 2: Write why you are grateful for each of them.

Step 3: Read each of the items on the list, in your mind or out loud. After each item say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. Visualize yourself already having each of the items-the more detailed the visualization, the better. Attach feeling to each of them. Feel, as you would feel if you had them already. Feel the happiness, the joy, the serenity, etc… the goal is for you to get the chills every time you visualize each item.

Step 4: Repeat the first 3 steps, every morning, for the next 27 days.


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