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Transform your Life with the Magic by Rhonda Byrne
Posted on 8:17am Monday 9th Apr 2012
On Day 28 - the final day of My Gratitude Experiment I completed the Remember the Magic exercise. When you wake up in the morning, think back over the previous day and ask yourself 'what are the good things that happened yesterday?' Remember the highlights of that day. think of them as blessings, they can be large or small, write down a list of them and read them back, giving thanks for every one. You can write them down or you can say them out loud but getting into this habit will help you to recognise your blessings and give gratitude regularly and don't forget to say the magical words 'thank you' for every one you think of.
So how did The Magic Gratitude exercises work for me?
Now that I've come to the end of the 28 day gratitude exercises from The Magic, I realise what a gift the book and each exercise is. Rhonda Byrne has given us all a wonderful toolbox of tools to use everyday. We can mix them up, use our favourite ones and keep using the powerful daily thank you list in the morning and the gratitude rock at night. The idea is to build gratitude into your life so that it becomes second nature and following the exercises in her book, gives you the firm foundation to do this easily. To quote Rhonda:
'The more genuine gratitude you feel toward the Universe for everything you receive, the closer your relationship becomes with the Universe and that is when you can reach the level of unlimited abundance from the magic of gratitude.'
'Gratitude eliminates fear, grief, worry and depression and brings happiness, clarity patience, kindness, compassion, understanding and peace of mind.'
If you'd like to transform your life into an abundant, fulfilled and joy filled existence, follow this link to the The Magic book review page and learn how to weave this wonder into your very being with ease!
Click on the link to Amazon where you can buy your copy now - don't delay, the rest of your life is waiting to be transformed!
Let me know how you get on with this book and what your experiences are so that we can share with each other.
Til next time
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