How many times does one say thank you in the day. Have you considered, my dear ones, that when one says thank you from the heart and not from the mind, how do you feel. Add a smile and you will feel good. It is being authentic and genuine that goes into an acknowledgement. How often do we do it? I am not speaking about affirmations, I am writing about speaking from the heart, where your soul resides and is the home of Ma, the divinity.
Let’s start with how we can start the Thank you experience.
Thank you, my lovely ones for reading my blogs and for your comments.
Thank you, my silly cats for demanding breakfast every morning. It makes me feel alive and wanted. I am not ashamed to admit that I seek approval from the two of them. The purr, the wrapping around my legs, and the nips all make me feel loved.
Thank you, Krishna Das, for making the birds sing along with you.
Thank you, all the chants I hear every morning. My music system has gone kaput and now I have discovered on YouTube exquisite mantras. YouTube is so advanced; it lists special mantras for each day of the week. Also because of listening to the chants, I appreciate the lovely videos which accompany the mantras. However, I feel sad that I cannot hear my own CDs.
Thank you, for my strong coffee which I drink every morning.
What we get
So, see my list, your task is to say thank you for all the things which make you feel good. Remember being true to your heart. Whenever you say thank you to someone with a smile, you will get a lovely response in return.
Once you begin to take note of the things you are grateful for, you begin to lose sight of the things that you lack. – German saying
The miracle of thank you, it changes you and you lose your sulks and grudges.
I know who I was, when I got up this morning, but I think I must have been changed several times since then.
Saying thank you, again purifies your prana, energizes it and you feel that empowered and enabled.
Thank you from the heart, removes your self-destroying thoughts. You attain in that instant a sense of harmony.
Aim Hrim Klim