gratitude

Would you like to know something wonderful for your physical and mental health, which can dramatically improve the quality of your life?

It’s something you can practice with the whole family, oh and it’s free.

It’s called Gratitude.

As the ancient proverb says…

‘be grateful for a little and receive a lot’.

The practice of gratitude is recognized in every world culture and is a very pure form of prayer because you are expressing your thanks directly to the Divine Creator. We recommend that you start a daily gratitude journal, once you stop and think about it it’s easy to find things to be grateful for.

“What do I have to be grateful for” you ask.

“OK, how about the fact you are here in this world now reading this. That alone is a miracle. What you choose to do with the rest of this life is your choice from moment to moment. If you learn to spend time each day being grateful for your own uniqueness you may well just flower into your true potential.”

Here is what one specialist gratitude website had to say about this wonderful emotion, practiced by every culture in the world:

“The gratitude journal has to be the first step on the Simple Abundance path or it just won’t work for you. Simplicity, order, harmony, beauty, and joy…all the other principles that can transform your life will not blossom and flourish without gratitude. It you want to travel this journey with me, the gratitude journal is not an option.

Why? Because you simply will not be the same person two months from now after consciously giving thanks each day for the abundance that exists in your life. And you have set in motion an ancient spiritual law; the more you have and are grateful for, the more will be given you.”

Have a look at the amazing non-profit organisation that provides resources for living in the gentle power of gratefulness, which restores courage, reconciles relationships and heals our earth. Check out http://www.gratefulness.org

Think how much light they bring to the world through their widespread encouragement of gratitude.