(Released: November 23, 2013)
A special Thanksgiving episode!
Practically all religions and spiritual teachings champion the practice of gratitude – and it can’t be overstated just how much it works wonders in our lives. As the holidays approach, I thought it would be a great idea to use Thanksgiving, a time when we are already supposed to be thankful as a commemoration, reminder, and motivational tool to not only practice gratitude now, but to learn to make it a daily habit.
In this episode:
- The importance of gratitude
- What gratitude is and how it changes the world around us
- Practicing the “attitude of gratitude”
- The benefits of practicing gratitude
- What to do when gratitude doesn’t come naturaly
- A gratitude toolbox
- And much, much more….
However, the pressures of hoiday stress, frustration with where we’re at with our lives currnetly, as well as not knowing how to make gratitude a part of our routine can make it seem like a daunting task. Even if we have the best of intentions, we may not know what we need to do.
In the 6th MTFT Podcast episode, my wife, Meremystic, and I clearly explain and offer many tools that you can use through this holiday season and beyond to make your personal gratitude journey, correctly and effectively. Spiritually and metaphysically speaking, having an attitude of gratitude is one of the most powerful and transformational tools that the divine universe affords each of us.
Jim1537 is an experienced psychic, spiritual medium, teacher and life coach who has provided personal consultations for over thirty years. His most recent book is When Our Pets Leave Us: Animals in the Spirit World.
His first book, Why the Law of Attraction Isn’t Working for You,
is also available as an e-book. To learn more about Jim and his gifts, visit jim1537.com. Jim also shares his insights on Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram
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