Keep on reading to find out how to embrace your gratitude
Does this mean you need to get everyone else on board and teach them all to be grateful too? NO…
Does it mean that you need to run around constantly talking about how grateful you are about everything in a bragging and proving way? NO…
When you are authentically grateful – you accept your gratitude without feeling that you should hide it. You stand in it confidently and claim it without screaming it at people. You appreciate that you are making a specific choice about how you want to look at your life and that it is your birth right to feel incredibly grateful even if others don’t share that point of view.
Life is a gift my friends – you have every right to feel grateful for this gift. Allow yourself your gratitude – there is something to be grateful for in every single moment. There is nothing to be ashamed of, there is nothing to feel guilty about – you deserve to feel grateful – your abundance depends on it.
And when you choose the path of gratitude, you allow yourself to see and really FEEL how grateful you are for every unique thing about you, for every opportunity and lesson, for every interaction, for every laugh, for every sunrise and sunset, for every moment you are human and have to get back on track, for your body, your mind, your spirit, for every single breath.
And when you choose this path and embrace it as your right – you raise the vibration within you and around you and you live as an example of the choice we ALL have the power to make. And you honor the gift that life is.
You will have ups and downs and ebb and flow and it is all beautiful because it is all the experience of life. When you allow yourself to see and feel the beauty around you and within you – you free yourself up to manifest the life you truly desire.
Give yourself the gift of gratitude – embrace it – and when you forget, remember you are human and be grateful for that. What a glorious thing it is to feel grateful for all the gifts within you and around you – what a glorious thing it is to be around someone in gratitude.