When ego is set aside for a moment, you will have a chance to experience greater compassion and understanding for the people around you. You will also have gratitude show up for all sorts of things big and small in your life. Ego gets in the way, always.
Gratitude is the best gift you can give yourself. It changes your whole energy vibration and people around you start to feel it. Being thankful and grateful for every little thing sets the mood for your day, everyday. What you focus on expands, so the more grateful you become, the more you have to be grateful for.
Whatever you may be going through, frustration, anger, money issues, family problems, just remember that you will be doing just that… going through it. No matter what, take a moment to say ‘Thank You’ to God, the universe, or whatever higher power you believe in.
Thank you, thank you, thank you…I can’t say it enough. I’m grateful for everything I’ve been served. The good, the bad and the ugly. It is all working for me now, not against me.
I’m the person I am today because of the whole shebang of the full-on life that I’ve lived. For that I am grateful. I wouldn’t change a thing. I know what I’d want more of and what I’d want less of for my future. But for now, I’m just thankful and full of gratitude. I have nothing to complain about.
You may or may not have heard about the gratitude journal. Have you tried it though? If not, I invite you to a 21 day challenge. Every day, list 3 things you are grateful for. What that does, is to get your brain working to search for the positive in your life and train it to see more and more positivity. By the end of 21 days, you won’t need to list things anymore, because you will feel like gratitude is now a part of your life, a habit. I often ask my coaching clients to take this challenge and within a week, to report back to base with how different they feel about their day. There’s so much that is good around us. Let’s work on seeing more of it. Try it and let me know how did it go.