Hey, I just had a thought. What IS working in your life? So many times we focus on all the things going wrong and it doesn't allow much time to look at the flip side. They say gratitude opens the door for more flow in our lives and if that's true, what are we waiting for? When we ask ourselves that question, we prime the pump for manifestation. Ask your heart, what is alive and pulsing perfectly in your life? What needs more focus and attention to watch it grow? When we come from gratitude and aligned faith and trust,
things seem to magically shift.
As most of you know, I have been challenged myself for the last few months and it is so easy to get caught up in what's not working and of course we all know that we will attract more of the same energetic vibrations. Like attracts like. It's not only spirit, it's science folks! When we are looking at what is working, we seem to glide through life a little easier. The energy it takes to be in worry or fear is exhausting! Sometimes it is definitely not easy. We may have to dig for what I call the thank God's. The thank God's are our basics. Sometimes they are the abstract things we can be grateful for.
A list of my thank God's.
Thank God I'm still breathing.
I can still move.
I have shelter.
I have food.
I don't have the plague. ( they can be humorous if you wish )
I'm not pregnant.
You get the idea. If you force yourself to make a list everyday of at least 10 things that are going well and your grateful for, how can you go wrong? You may want to challenge yourself to not repeat the same things for a whole week. It forces us to dig a little.
On the other side of the coin, if your worried about things that you have no influence or control over, give it to God. I use a give it to God list daily. I label it that and then I write everything I can't control on it that I am worried about. It helps me to surrender it out of my mind. Once it is on the list, it seems to work like magic. Even if I have to put the same things on the list for awhile, I trust the process. It helps me to hold my belief firm and to know someone else has my back.