I lost track of time yesterday, so I completely forgot to write a post about gratitude. That’s fine – there was a day before that, and a day after that (today), and here I am again. Gratitude for the win – and before I continue, I intend to show my gratitude to my teapot and fill it with tea! BRB! ♥
In general, I am not a big fan of participating in making other people rich when it comes to personal growth. I don’t really know why, I just don’t like it. It feels like people make profit on stuff that everyone should know by default, and it doesn’t necessarily sit right with me.
Even I sometimes make exceptions. I actually do own a copy of the book the Secret by Rhonda Byrne. I bought it many years ago, at around the time when I began getting very sick with my bipolarity. Needless to say, I have read it only once or twice.
Today, I recieved the second exception I’ve made in buying books from people selling various truths. I have bought a book and a deck of cards from the Hicks family (Esther, Jerry and quite obviously, Abraham).
I have already written at least a couple of times that I listen to a number of people speaking about the law of attraction on Youtube. Of these people, Abraham is the one I like the most. To me, it seems like they are the closest to how I percieve and want to work with the LOA – keeping the balance between body and mind. That’s why I bought a book and this deck of card from the Hicks family specifically.
I also wrote at some point that one of the lessons I wish to learn for myself is to keep this whole thing with the LOA steady. I want and need it to be with me at all times, preferably effortlessly, so that the flow is consistently. This is the reason I bought the deck of cards – to keep reminding myself of the LOA.
So the gratitude I am going to express today, is directed towards Abraham, Esther and Jerry Hicks. I am grateful for all the youtube audios there are to listen to. I am grateful that there, no matter how I feel about it, are books written about the law of attraction. I am grateful that I so easily can take part of all of this. It is an honour to learn of these things as an adult, although I think it really should be taught to children from birth.
Ha – I just thought that I also should be grateful that these books and cards exist to put money in motion. Without things for people to buy, there would be no money moving around letting other people prosper. Maybe I should stop thinking so much about other people making money and be happy that money are moving around instead. 😀
Lastly, I am also grateful for something completely different. About two months ago I ordered eye shadows from a company in the US. The shadows disapperared somewhere along the way, and when I e-mailed the company they offered to reship my order without extra cost. How do you say no to that – especially when you can make few changes in the order.
Yesterday, the new shipment arrived, and I am so grateful for it. I’ve only tried out two eye shadows so far (despite the heat) and they look sooo good.
Last but not least, I am overly, stupidly grateful that my pms seems to lessen. I am suspecting I’ll get my period in maybe 2 or 3 days, which means I’ll be able to think properly (not only LOA-wise) again for a while.