Just the beginning of my Wayne Dyer sharing. He is, for me, one of the greatest translators of the Tao de ching in modern day. He is compassionate, human, unpretentious, and has a way of making it crystal clear to all, which is surely the whole point. Dimistifying all with his bright, kind and real manner. […]Peace — Inspire Someone Today, Wonderful Wayne Dyer quote. — The Ministry of Loves
Being in the attitude of gratitude.
An instant mood lifter.
Practice as soon you wake and as you close your eyes to sleep.
What are you thankful for right now? Look around your space…
I’m thankful for my beautiful dog laid on the floor next to me, who brings me joy, love and comfort. I’m grateful for the bed I’m sat in it’s soft, warm and comforting and holds me whilst I’m sleeping. I’m grateful that I have a home to live in that shelters me and keeps me warm. I’m thankful for my warm cup of tea. I’m grateful I can hear the birds singing outside my room.
My list can go on, but you get the idea.
It helps to start writing them down, your own private gratitude journal because the physical acts of thinking it, saying it, writing it and seeing it involves more of your senses so affirms it in your subconsciousness.
Give it a go
You can do it
Have a good day x
We all have or did have until life too over, an activity that we get completely lost in, where the time just flies because we are so engrossed in what we are doing.
I call this being in my bliss.
Mine is sewing, in particular quilting. I can get lost for hours. I stick my music up loud, play songs I can sing to and boom, I am happy.
Above is a new project I started this week and this pattern is called the disappearing nine patch. What I love about this pattern it looks really complicated but actually it is simple to do, just a little time consuming.
What is your bliss?
What did you really used to enjoy doing but you don’t do now?
Do you need to rediscover it?