This Thursday in the United States is Thanksgiving Day. Wherever you are in the world, every day is a good day to practice gratitude and appreciation.
Gratitude is the gateway to true abundance of all kinds.
Gratitude is a magic power that invites blessings to flow to us. But more importantly, it opens us to the blessings and abundance we already enjoy—to the more than enough that is here now.
Gratitude deepens our enjoyment of those blessings.
Gratitude opens our hearts, brings us joy, helps us slow down and taste our lives richly, and attracts abundance of all kinds, whether love, friendship, prosperity, health or other blessings. A grateful person is magnetic to good.
I invite you to spend some time in real gratitude this Thanksgiving.
A Gratitude Practice
Spend time writing in your journal, or at your altar, focusing on what you are grateful for and why.
Don’t just make a list, but tune into the feeling of gratitude or appreciation and be specific about what is you love, appreciate, are grateful for about those things.
Write a love letter to those things and feel the grace of gratitude blessing you.
I Am Grateful For You!
Today I want you to know how very grateful I am for you.
I am grateful to share this tribe of creative souls with you. I am grateful you are walking your heart path, that you care about soul, beauty, creativity, art.
I am grateful that you dare to dream and follow your dreams. I am grateful for your beautiful, sensitive heart and your questing, vibrant spirit.
I am grateful that you read my Creative Sparks posts and partake in my offerings, that you care for your own creativity, unique gifts, vital soul.
I am honored and grateful to share this journey with you. Thank you!
Gifts of Gratitude for You
As my way of saying thank you, I have a few gifts for you today.
I wrote a short piece called 3 WILDLY HELPFUL TOOLS TO SUPPORT YOUR CREATIVE LIFE which was published on a site called The Artist Unleashed last week.
I have another Autumn poem, California Fall, to share with you.
One of the most beautiful pieces on gratitude I’ve ever experienced is this gorgeous, moving 5-minute video by Brother David Steindl-Rast. Watch it here, so yummy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Zl9puhwiyw
May you be grateful. May you feel blessed.
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