Do not overrate what you have received, nor envy others. He who envies others does not obtain peace of mind — Buddha
I want to keep on reminding you about gratitude. Why? Because to be in a state of thankfulness you are very close if not touching internal peace.
When you brim with gratitude, that feeling is overwhelmingly heart-centred and can literally make you glow. To be mindful of all that is right for you in the world now instead of harping on all that is wrong, brings you into alignment with abundance.
Think of abundance as your ‘happy place’. It’s not just about being rich, it’s about experiencing all the good things life has to offer…joy, peace, bliss, health, material wealth, love, friendship, etc.
So do your little a-bun-dance! Wiggle your butt and dance for joy in honour of all you have.
In honour of joy and abundance, here is your free wallpaper and e-card download for this week (click on picture, right-click and ‘save as’):
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I am not sure where you’re getting your information, but good topic. I need to spend some time learning or understanding more.
Glad it helped, Shaun xxx
Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday because it brings the focus back to being thankful. My goal each day is to find three things to be thankful for – just to keep my head in that positive mode. I always find more than 3 each day and it can be the simplest thing like finding a shiny penny on the ground which reminds me of all my precious times rolling coins with long past grandfather and being thankful for him. Even though he’s been gone almost 40 years.
That is a wonderful daily practice. You are so right, the smallest things can bring us the greatest amount of joy. 😉