Share Loving Words of Gratitude (EXPERT)

Share Loving Words of Gratitude (EXPERT)

Loving People live in a loving world. Hostile people live in a hostile world.  Same world.  How come? Wayne Dyer

How often do you remember the simple words of “please” and “thank you” in the every day busyness of life?  These small acts of politeness not only make others happy, but they carry an energetic vibration of gratitude.

You are acknowledging, not only to the listener, but to the universe as a whole, that you value and respect the efforts of others.  You are bearing witness that you appreciate what others do and say for you.

As you are loving and grateful for those who impact your life on a daily basis, you will begin to recognize you are part of a loving world.

"Ilove you" "thank you" "Your'e welcome" are expressions of gratitude. polite  expressions
“Thank you”, “You are welcome” & “I love you” are all expressions of gratitude. The more you appreciate, the more you have to appreciate. See http://www.judyhwright.com for more information.

Thank Others For Their Part In Your Life

The more grateful you are, the more you have to be grateful for. As you strive to count your blessings and express gratitude, you will find that more and better things come your way.

Is it that you have been given more to be grateful for or that you are more observant of what you have? Showing value for the gifts of others helps them to value their contributions more.  They are more encouraged to share with the next person and so the ripple effect of gratitude begins.

Thank Yourself

Say “Thank You” often, to clerks, family, co-workers and yourself.  Yes, yourself.

Many of us forget to acknowledge how grateful we are that our legs can take us for walks. Our eyes can see the beauty of the forest. Our mouths can taste the delicious foods that have been prepared for us.

It is easier to devalue our legs because they have cellulite, our eyes because they need glasses or our appetites because we overeat.

By being aware of what our blessings are and mindful of appreciating them, we can strengthen and enhance them.

So, next time you are about to say something negative about yourself, stop and reframe the comment.  Express gratitude, either out loud or in your mind, for the things that do work right and for your benefit. Acknowledge and appreciate how much you have and know that you will be given even more.

You are learning how to take care of you.

You will enjoy a free consultation with Judy Helm Wright, certified relationship coach and parent educator.  Claim yours now at http://www.judyhwright.com.  You will be glad you did.

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