Happiness resides in being thankful
Today, I’m thankful for witnessing the miracle and wonders of Machu Picchu. The cherry on top: conquering fear of heights, and climbing all the way to Intipunku* in Machu Picchu**—A dream come true.
Here’s how you make your dreams come true:
♥Start by being grateful for your blessings. Write them down and express them in your own voice.
♥Fill your heart with love and contentment.
♥Write down your dreams.
♥See yourself already there.
♥Do you see the colors? What colors are there?
♥Do you hear the sounds? Are they soothing to your soul?
♥What do you see yourself doing when you visualize yourself in the dream?
♥Are you smiling and happy?
♥If you need help, cut out a picture of what your dream looks like, and post it on your wall, where you can see it daily.
♥Nurture the dream, the vision with love and gratitude.
♥Synchronize with the universe.
♥Express your desire in your own voice, in order to put your unique vibrations out in the cosmos.
♥Run as fast as you can away from the cynics. Think that they are here so you can build your immune system.
♥Surround yourself with positive vibrations: the vibrations of love, flowers, sunlight, contentment, giving, positive expressions, honest work, cooperation…It’s all out there, the choice is yours as to what to plug into.
♥How much faith do you have in the universe, God, the supreme power to deliver?
♥To be continued…
The time to start is now:
What are you thankful for? Write down your blessings.
* Intipunku: Quechan language, meaning Sun-Gate. Inti: sun, Punku: Gate
**Machu Picchu: Quechan language, meaning the Old Mountain. Machu: Old. Picchu: mountain.
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