May 2014 Newsletter
Each month we address a way in which you can empower yourself within one of the six main areas of your life: fostering relationships, work, fun and adventure, physical and mental health, contributing to others and spiritual welfare.
Remember that it is the equal balance of these in your life timetable, which will allow you to reach your potential in all areas and have a calm, positive attitude.
This month our focus in on your spiritual welfare, specifically, finding ‘soul food’ in the art of gratitude. Feeling grateful has an amazing effect on our own well being as well as what happens around us. Saying, ‘thank you’ and feeling it, to others, yourself, and the universe, makes us feel content and bountiful.
Further, those of you already versed in the concept of the Law of Attraction will recognise that the more we act as if we have what it is we seek, the sooner we attract it. Gratitude is the icing on the cake - the more we are grateful for what we already have, the more we attract similar things to us.
Finding something, however small, to be grateful for every day is comfort food for your soul and hence improves your spiritual well being. Making a note of this in your journal adds to the joy and can become a great focal point for you when you are ‘riding a rocky set of waves.’ Some of our clients keep a ‘gratitude’ notebook or an online file.
As a start, why not take thirty days to try it out? For the next month, take the time to notice at least one thing every day that you feel grateful for. In can be anything from something you feel privileged to have seen, a relationship you have, the sunshine, or your health…something different everyday. You can choose to note it down or just do it as a mental exercise. Either way you will notice the uplifting difference.
Feed your soul this month by practicing gratitude and increase your spiritual well being.