GRATITUDE IS A HEALING BALM
Some may agree that disturbing things are going on in the world. While we don't completely understand why some things are happening, we can recognize that they are simply there.
Knowing what's going on is one thing; focusing on them and getting emotionally involved with them is quite another.
Let's ask ourselves this question,
Do I dwell on things that disturb my peace of mind?
Maybe I can focus on the polar opposite instead?
Maybe I can get emotionally involved with all the good things that surround me and become aware of all the great decisions I am making now?
The fastest and easiest way to stir up serenity is to express gratitude.
No matter what's going on, there are always multiple things to be thankful for. By focusing on and being grateful for the big and small things in our life, we attract more of those things into our life.
Wallace Wattles puts it this way in the book, "The Science of Getting Rich."
He said,"The grateful mind is constantly fixed upon the best. Therefore, it tends to become the best; it takes the form or character of the best and will receive the best."
So we can tell ourselves:
To keep the mind focused on the highest and best, I can simply stop what I am doing and think of 10 things I am grateful for, send love to 2 people who irritate me, ask for guidance and listen for the answer, then I can focus on that.
This will instantly get me on the right frequency and shift my energy.
I will move into harmony with my highest and best self.
I am now creating even more of what's right and good for me.
Enjoy playing with Gratitude,