This is a post on gratitude, following Thanksgiving Day here in the United States.
This is my Gratitude and Receiving Notebook. I don’t keep up with it the way I should. It’s fun to look back and see what I’m grateful for and what I received on that day.
The whole concept of a Gratitude Notebook is to write down five things you are grateful for that already exist in your own life. This is to get you out of the endless loop of always wanting more and to cherish this moment and what you already have. This applies to things, people and animals, and experiences too.
I used to just do gratitudes. Then I got the idea from The Receiving Project to keep track of what I received as well. The idea behind Receiving is that if you notice the gifts the Universe is sending you each day, you will develop an attitude of reception and more good things will come to you. Gratitude along with Receiving is powerful magic!
Here’s what it says on the homepage for The Receiving Project:
Welcome to The Receiving Project!
Your next step in the Law of Attraction.
The Receiving Project is a Free 32 day E-Course designed to help you learn how to receive all the amazing gifts that are waiting for you.
Are you a “giver”, giving of yourself and time, but have a hard time when other’s want to appreciate you? Is it a challenge to receive from The Universe?
Are you receiving the experiences that you want in your life? When you are ready to make a real change in your life, join The Receiving Project!
By signing up for The Receiving Project you will receive:
- The experience of learning to receive abundance, inspiration, prosperity, support and love.
- 32 days of emails full of wisdom, guidance and gifts to help you through the process
- Opportunities to bust through the blocks that hold you back from manifesting and receiving all you want
OK, so by now you probably think this is all mumbo-jumbo. Maybe it is, maybe it isn’t. All I know is that when I focus on what I’m grateful for and what the Universe is sending me the world seems warmer and brighter. That has to be a good thing!
Anatomy of a Gratitude:
October 25th, 2012:
- nature (must have gone on a walk that day)
- movies (Hot Fuzz)
- my cooking skills
- leftovers to make soup (chicken noodle soup)
- IGA (local grocery store)
blackberry jam toast
It’s the little things that make life worth living!
“Make visible what, without you, might perhaps never have been seen.”~Robert Bresson, French Film Director