Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you were able to celebrate it surrounded by your loved ones, and were enjoying the turkey, the cranberries, pumpkin pie, and, oh, the Brussels sprouts too.
And every year, about this time, I am overcome with gratitude. Gratitude for all sorts of things, big and small, and even for a few things that haven’t even happened yet, but that I anticipate — and being grateful for them in advance appears to make them arrive more quickly.
Nutty? Not really! It’s just one of those amazing Law of Attraction techniques.
Looking at the date of my last post, I realize that I haven’t been keeping up very well.
The reason — some ongoing bout with the sniffles, sore throat, fatigue, and more. I’m still very tired, but I’m getting better. And I’m grateful! Also grateful for this not turning into something worse.
And for knowing the sort of things that help make it better, or at least easier to bear, from Vick’s VapoRub, and hot soup, and even that nasal rinse with the Neti Pot.
I have to admit I don’t much care for the Neti Pot really, but I do like the results, so I use it at least some of the time.
And I’ve figured out a way to enhance it even: by adding a few drops of some mix including Oregano! Yup, the stuff that goes on pizza is also great for killing bacteria. Now you have another reason to eat pizza! Another reason for gratitude.
So how does gratitude help with the Law of Attraction?
It puts you in a higher vibration. And when you’re grateful, you can’t be angry or depressed at the same time, so it’s a great practice to write down gratitude lists, or do a verbal rampage of appreciation, or just create a litany of things you’re grateful for.
It doesn’t have to be major. Even little things work and add up. I do highly recommend writing them down though.
And one thing I’m also grateful for is that I finally have my eMoney Magic program finally ready to go.
So if you’re ready to unleash some money magic on your behalf, click on the link:
Meanwhile, treat yourself to a beautiful journal and keep it handy — and write in it every day, morning and/or night. Just make lists of things you’re grateful for. And watch your life transform!