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I’m joining in this little challenge, because even when I don’t feel like it, I know I have a lot to be grateful for.

Originally posted on Cauldrons and Cupcakes:

“If the only prayer you said in your whole life was, “thank you,” that would suffice.” ~Meister Eckhart

Welcome to Day 1 of our 30 Day Gratitude Program.  If you’re only just catching up with us today go here first to find out what you need to do to get ready.

Gratitude is a powerful tool in any Lightworker’s kit.  In fact, it forms an essential part of my Daily Habits. When we say thank you to the Universe, in effect we are placing an order where we are saying more please of all this good stuff, or other things equally as wonderful, or even better!

Today we’re going to initiate our gratitude habit using three primary tools – our hands, a journal and a gratitude rock. Then for the next 30 days we are going to continue this practice. Of course, I shall be spicing it up with extra…

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  1. I love the quote!

  2. Annie Lamott wrote a similar thing, something along the lines of ‘There are only two fundamental prayers: “Please, Please, Please,” and Thank you, Thank you, Thank you” ‘ So true. I must admit the first of these comes most naturally to me, but I try hard to feel grateful as well.

    • I’m with you Christine, it’s much easier to say please than thank you! I think it’s a really worthwhile effort though, to find things to be grateful for every day. The more you try, the more you realise how much there is, it’s an interesting exercise.

  3. Thanks for posting this, Lorna…I’m going to participate. Gratitude is such a powerful force, I’m looking forward to all the good things that will come of it. :0)

    • That’s great Lucinda! I’ve been benefitting from it already, I’m sure, even when I don’t feel that great about things. Definitely worthwhile!

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