Wednesday, September 10, 2014


     "Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others."
    ~ Cicero, ancient Roman philosopher 

Gratitude is an attitude that can profoundly change your consciousness. When you live your life in gratitude, it can affect your being at a biological level, training your mind and body to live in a higher state of health and well being. It opens your heart and directs your energy to that which you love and what brings you joy, and in so magically attracts more of the same. For example: whenever I receive something I really like I say "thank you, more please!" It is a way to give and receive. The more you value and feel grateful for anything, the more there will be to feel grateful for. When you grateful you experience all the beautiful qualities you feel grateful for all over again. What you appreciate, appreciates! If you really wish to do something, bask in the energies of gratitude.

Are you grateful for everything you have presently? Are you consciously aware of the gift of life that you've been given? You should be. Do you know that for the Law of Attraction to work you must include the Law of Gratitude?

Those who lack an attitude of gratitude in their lives always seem to find themselves a little less happy, less fortunate, not having the lifestyle they wish to have. They see themselves as a product of their environment that the system is against them wondering why they can’t get ahead.

The act of gratitude is not something you do just once and you are done. Every day, remember to express gratitude for this gift, of life and all the things and experiences that you have been blessed with. Every moment of the day be observant about remaining in this attitude of gratitude. People often ask me, "How often do you pray?" Without fail, I reply, “There is never a time I am not in the awareness of Spirit, or, in gratitude for the abundance of good surrounding me.” Feeling grateful is a skill we can develop with practice, reaping its rewards along the way.


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