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This is a blog about my spiritual journey. So far, the focus has been on the law of attraction, but from now on I will also be writing about other paths down the spiritual road.

 

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/SMP

Gratitude 180523

Time just passed midnight, so what was supposed to be gratitude for yesterday, suddenly jumped a day and became gratitude for a whole other day. My sleeping habits mess time up for me sometimes. ๐Ÿ˜€ But what the heck – here we go. It doesn’t matter what day it is – what matters is the gratitude.

Sleep

Yesterday, I felt disconnected and wrote my insight about pms/bipolar outbreaks. Today, I slept more and better, and feel connected again. So, I am so very grateful for sleep. It lets my mind rest and obviously – not always, but at least from time to time, it does connect my body and mind. I really do appreciate that.

Variety

What I am talking about this time, is variety among the people speaking about the law of attraction. I like that there are so many with various perspectives. It really helps in building my own way of seeing it. For this, I am grateful.

Waking up today

This is the second time that I wake up being in a fairly good mood right away. This is very unusual for me – I told you before that I am usually rather grumpy. That’s why I feel very grateful the times I wake up actually feeling – fairly good. I like it! ๐Ÿ™‚

My glasses

After a number of years knowing my eyesight wasn’t as good as it used to, I got myself glasses last year. I really do appreciate the fact that I can see properly and can relax both eyes and forehead, which means less tension in my head, neck and shoulders. Not to mention how much I love the fact I have sunglasses with equal strength, so I can be outside not hurting my eyes from sunlight – and still see.

Plus; I actually look very good in glasses. ๐Ÿ˜€

Money

This is about me being grateful for the (rather slow) realization that money doesn’t end with the specific clump of money that I have right now. When I’m out of money, it doesn’t mean that I am out of money for good. It only means that I spent the money that I have at this very moment, but it also means – there’s more coming.

There’s always more money coming my way.

My teapot

I have a teapot in cast iron. I’ve always wanted a teapot in cast iron, and last autumn, I got myself one. It is so bloody cute. It looks smaller than it is, and there’s room for more tea in it than one thinks. In that sense, it’s like the Tardis (Doctor Who reference). I absolutely love it.

Shoes

I have so many shoes. Well, that’s relative, of course, but to be me, I have quite a lot of shoes. Enough shoes to be able to choose which ones I want to use on any given moment. To me, this is living in abundance, because I’ve lived for years with only one pair of shoes – really. So I can’t really help but feeling enormously grateful for this. Especially since all my shoes are awesome in every aspect of the word.

Signs of love

I just looked at a piece that I was given by a friend a few months back. She gave it to me because I gave her a ride to a store, and we did some shopping together. I love this piece – it’s gorgeous. And I realized that life is filled with these small tokens (which does not need to be objects) of love between people. It’s amazing, and I am grateful for them.

My tattoos

I love the tattoos that I have. They all have a specific meaning, and I love that. They also do look absolutely amazing, and I love that too. I also love the fact that there will be more tattooes. I am very grateful to the guy who made the ones I already have, and to whoever is going to make the ones to come.

Food

At the moment, I am very grateful that I have food which is almost ready to eat at once. My freezer is full of food, but it’s all frozen (surprise!) – but I do have some in the fridge which just needs cooking, then I can eat. And since I’m beginning to feel a bit hungry, that is absolutely awesome. ๐Ÿ˜€

 

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