An open heart
There are many things that needs to be in order to make the law of attraction start working for you. Since I am still recovering, I have to find each and everyone of them and make them work properly. Lucky me, I find this a very pleasant journey, and today, I intend to verbalize my gratefulness for this wonderful beginning.
One of the things that I find is very important is to keep your heart open. I suppose you could call it your heart chakra, if you’re into that sort of thing. You could also say that whatever barriers you’ve built around your heart, needs to be torn down. The gates must be opened wide so that energy can flow freely.
I can’t say that I’m there quite yet, but for every post I write here, I am getting closer. The gates are opening a wee bit more for every word and sentence I produce. I feel like a shy child, peeking through an opened door to see what’s on the other side. Not yet daring to open it fully, but gaining courage as the minutes tick by.
For this, I am grateful. I am immensely enjoying the fact that I get to use the principles of the law of attraction, both to practise it, but also to changing myself into the kind of person that I want to be. Open and ready to recieve and accept what is given to me – by my own creation.
Another thing I appreciate and feel grateful for is the years of practice that I’ve had earlier, even if I was in a very bad shape and didn’t manage to go through with it the way I wanted to. But it means that there’s a habit that only needs to be brought back, and it also means I have a way of communicating this – to and through myself, but also towards the power of creation.
I am also grateful for the fact that the abstract view of the road I am walking on, gets wider and wider. That being so, it gives me more space in which I can create everything and more, that I want from and in my life.
Lastly, for this post, I am very, very grateful for the emotional stability I have right now. Having suffered from depression and bipolar disorder my whole life, emotional stability is not something I’m used to having. I find it enormously peaceful and pleasant, and for this peace of mind I couldn’t be more grateful.