Gratitude Journal Most Prized
About 3 years ago while working in a high powered corporate job I became seriously ill.
I believe this is because it was not feeding who I was as a person. I resigned within a month of diagnosis to take a break. The combination of my illness, family stress and losing my so called “identity”, which was my job, shattered me and I sunk to the lowest low I ever could imagine.
A friend told me about The Secret and I then went onto buy The Magic. I began doing the exercises in a plain A4 book which I had covered with some of my kid’s left over fancy paper. I had no idea what this book was to become, and what a pivotal point of personal reflection this would serve up to this day.
So I continued journaling about everything that I was grateful for, realizations, moments where when the universe connected and so clearly gave me signs about the power all around and within us.
My mindset started changing. I started exercising and got to a point where I was so pleased just to step out in the morning so that if something happened, that I could be grateful for it. Then I started realizing that it was the small things that mattered most, and that I had started being most grateful for.
This book is now almost full and is about 2.5 years old. I look back and it shows me times when I shared my fears about a situation and when I read the same date the following year, that same issue didn’t even present itself as a challenge.
My kids open the book and read it as well from time to time. They put their comments in such as “Thanks” or it’s “Their pleasure” when I write about them. It has become a book of bonding, love and my special place to go to when I seek solitude or release. I thank The Magic for being the initiator to this wonderful treasure of thoughts, memories and growth and also for helping me manifest what I have wanted.
So in a nutshell, YES, I found that job!
And then I found an even better one after that! I am now earning more than I ever thought I could, my health has improved dramatically, my kids and I get along better and most of all I continue to be grateful, always.
Forever and eternally grateful!!