Tuesday, April 9

3 things I'm grateful for today

Being grateful for what we have is a great way to attract more of the great things we're grateful for into our life.

It's a bit of a riddle, but this is what I understand and assume to be true:

There are great things in your life even if you don't see them all the time.

When we're grateful for the things we usually take for granted, we bring them into our conscious life and we notice more of what usually is hidden in the subconscious mind (the secret workings of our inner mind). Magic happens when we notice things with a feeling of gratitude! It is not easy to explain this and you should try it for yourself if you want to experience it.

Just think of something good in your life.

๐Ÿ˜Your life, health, strength
๐Ÿ˜your family, friends, love, help
๐Ÿ˜your job, business, your future, wealth
๐Ÿ˜sunlight ๐ŸŒž, the weather, the rain, etc
๐Ÿ˜nature, a hike, the park, a fun activity
๐Ÿ˜Your ๐Ÿ , garden, hobbies, knowledge

Notice it's a positive thing
Be grateful for it (say thank you) or write it down. If you're a blogger, it counts as content!

It's very easy!

Here's what am I grateful for today

๐Ÿ’—an amazing weekend with my family ❤️, it was magical! I was able to relax and enjoy them like never before and the days seemed longer than ever!

๐Ÿ’— meditation. If you wonder how I got myself to that state this weekend, the biggest secret was meditation.

๐Ÿ’— Greatest weather ever! I live in Arizona, so it counts! The trees have grown beautifully green leaves and all sorts of plants are flowering. And my garden is growing amazing (pics soon). I can feel nothing but gratitude!

And bonus:
๐Ÿ’• butterflies! With the amazing weather and the flowers, there are lots of butterflies in my yard. My daughters of course have noticed and always run after them. Yesterday they wondered how come the butterflies didn't come close. I was reading a great spiritual book (talk about it later) in my relax garden. But in the great mood I was, I quickly put the book down and joined them and we practiced waiting for the butterflies very quietly and put our intention in being friendly with the butterflies so they wouldn't fly away. My daughters naturally decided to play with Mommy and really got into the game, closing their eyes, and visibly concentrating, and calling: come butterflies! I was amazed at the results!
More butterflies came around and stayed and fluttered for longer, even though they didn't land on the girls' fingers! My youngest daughter kept on noticing, "they're not afraid anymore!" They want to play! With big smiles! The butterflies were not scared flying for their lives anymore!

And you,
Comment if you're so bold!

Thank you for being you,
And for sharing your time with me,

Your good friend,
Eve Sanchez.

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