This is a definite theme of the month. We just had a harvest full Moon and I celebrated a two year anniversary of opening a healing practice at The Body Suite.
It took me a long time to acknowledge that blessings come to us every single day. It was by insistence of a client and a friend that I read “The Secret”. The main message is to count our blessings every day. That gets us into an open and receptive state that attracts more abundance. The Law of Attraction is a universal law that works on this principle- acknowledge what you have if you want more. That’s the basis of it all.
So, why is it that we so easily overlook what we have? Why do we take things and people for granted? Why is it that, very often we don’t appreciate something until it’s gone?
I will leave you to answer those questions for yourself. One common answer is that we overlook what we have because our sights are set on the future, on the next thing, on more than we currently have. It doesn’t work that way. Unless we’re grateful, our vibration isn’t high enough to attract abundance.
Being open to receive also means trusting that more is always coming our way and that we are worthy, we deserve, we are welcoming whatever may come. It isn’t down to us to decide what form our blessings come in as. You see, when we think in terms of energy, what always comes our way matches our frequency exactly. That is the key point to manifestation and abundance- focus on what you want and stay open to receive it when it comes. Because it surely will, in it’s own time. Yes, that’s a bit annoying but real magic takes time.
Therefore, count your blessings/things and people that you are grateful for every day and more good will come your way. Stay open to life and you will be amazed at the change that you will see around you. Do it as a daily practice until it becomes part of your routine. Then you will keep receiving and sharing and receiving even more. There is no limit or end to what and how much we receive, unless we block things coming our way, whether it’s by being judgmental or closed off or by not recognising our blessings.
I wish you a life of never-ending abundance beautiful souls,