… so starts a new one.
With just as much opportunity, if not more!
These past few weeks, I’ve done different kinds of exercises:
– thinking and visualizing a blank wall with a square, circle and cone drawn onto it
– concentrating on believing that I shall receive whatever it is I desire
– being in touch with omnipotence and realizing the fact that my ability to think is my ability to act upon the Universal Mind and bring it into manifestation and that I have the potential of anybody else regardless of current differences in knowledge and achievement
– and this week I’m making an effort to recognize the fact that I am a part of the whole (the Universal Mind which is omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent), and that a part must be the same in kind and quality as the whole.
I’m very grateful for all these exercises. It’s amazing the amount of change a person can feel with firm, mental concentration.
In this last post before the turn of the year, we talk about gratitude. Gratitude for everything. See it, feel it, do it. The more you say: “thank you, thank you, thank you”, the more things you’ll have that’ll make you say: “thank you, thank you, thank you.”
Gratitude is a cause, not an effect. This week, every day I’m thinking about three things that I’m grateful for. Key thing is: no repeating. Every day, I’m thankful for three different things I am happy to have in my life.
Life means we’re alive. We can express our gratitude for even the simplest things in life, e.g. breathing oxygen, awaking from our good night sleep, our heart pumping blood, we can dance for no reason etc.
On a more personal note, among the many things that I appreciate are:
– my family
– my past experiences in life (the great, the terrible and the hideous)
– the warm house I live in
– my mentors
– my ability to think and learn
– the business I run
– the food and water I consume
– the clothes I wear
– the technology that allows me to share my blogs to you…
My gosh, so many things and I haven’t even scratched 1% of the surface. By causing gratitude, we can have an abundance of gratitude as the effect.
What are you grateful for?
Enjoy the holidays and have a wonderful New Year. Catch you next time!
Mohammed Al Rubaiy