Gratitude as a powerful Force of Positive Change

Even in the darkest of days, there’s always something to be grateful for. Just a tiny bit of positivity can completely change things for you now.

Never before has the power of manifestation been greater. As you are facing this disruption, you’re also surrounded by a powerful force of loving energy that is activated by thoughts of gratitude and kindness.

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Gratitude is powerful! Even a tiny bit of appreciation, for one thing, is enough, it’s helpful, it’s powerful. When you don’t want to practice gratitude, that’s is exactly when it will have the strongest effect in your life.

Practicing gratitude keeps you tapped into the creative energy of the Universe. And it only takes a tiny bit to create a powerful ripple of positive change. The Universe is consciousness and is grateful for us (therefore, we are loved and supported) through the Law of Attraction. When we are in a state of gratitude, that’s when we are in harmony with the frequency of the Universe.

Right now, we are all in a state of surrender. That surrender put us in the receiving mode. That means that anything you’ve asked for is on its way to you, especially if it benefits you and one other person. If you do well, we all do well, so you need to receive all your good.

It helps everyone. If you’re really struggling right now, that’s okay. It’s very important not to compare suffering – there’s no weight to it – if it hurts, it hurts. Geneva reads an excerpt from Victor Frankl’s book ‘Man’s Search for Meaning”. A powerful example of how to find things to be grateful for even in the darkest days.

When times are difficult, it becomes even more important to spark a tiny light of hope and to find a sliver of meaning and purpose. If that can be done in the darkest of times, we can do it too.

Gratitude is one of the Reiki ideals, five principles for leading a happy and content life. In Geneva’s book ‘The Secret Art of Happiness: Change your Life with the Reiki Ideals’, you get a way to work through feelings of chaos, depression, and criticism with the Affirmation Ladder for Gratitude. Bit by bit you can gently shift your state.

More than anything, when you look for the light, you will find it. You don’t have to be glowing with positivity all the time. Just a tiny flame of gratitude in the corner of your heart is powerful and significant, and it matters.

Thank you for being you.

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‘The Secret Art of Happiness – Change Your Life with the Reiki Ideals’ by Geneva Robins

‘Man’s Search for Meaning’ by Viktor E. Frankl

‘The Law of Attraction: The Basics of the Teachings of Abraham’ by Esther Hicks and Jerry Hicks


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Geneva Robins, M.Sc. is a Reiki Master and teacher in the Usui Shiki Ryoho System of Natural Healing and a scientist with a Master’s degree in ecology. She is the founder of the LunaHolistic Lineage of Reiki, where Reiki is taught over the course of a year of intensive study. Geneva is the author of “The Secret Art of Happiness: How to Change Your Life with the Reiki Ideals.” She lives in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, under Treaty 7, the traditional territory of the Kainai (Blood), Siksika, Piikani, Tsuut’ina, Stoney Nakoda, and Metis nations. She is grateful for the hospitality of First People's and their descendants.
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