I have been cultivating a heart of gratitude for nine years to date with amazing results. I define a heart of gratitude as seeing God (the one and all) in everyone and everything. When we express gratitude, feel gratitude, we are worshipping the God in us. Similar to mantras, chants or songs of praise, this is a way we honour the Godly spirit in us. Vibrationally we are saying we appreciate what the universe has offered us and we are ready for more. Energetically, we give energy to what we pay attention to, when we pay attention to what's good and right in our lives, it grows the best parts of us into something larger and greater than us.
If you struggle with clinical depression, depression or anxiety, reconnecting to someone bigger and greater than yourself will get you out of negativity, remind you of your existence as an infinite being here for a temporary time.
The scapegoat serves as the moral conscience, the spiritual leader of a family. The scapegoat is the one with the most empathy and compassion, honest, reliable and caring. Often, the scapegoat is awaken and don't know it or the first to awaken in a family and don't know it. Without understanding why you're a scapegoat, you will find your spiritual journey difficult, resulting in great suffering. When you understand your place in this world, you are purposeful, joyous and peaceful. You live passionately, filled with meaningful revelations that help you make sense of the nonsensical illusion of the ego, all that your spirit rejects as falsehoods.
Patrol your sacred space like a seagull
When you feel down, remember we’re one love
Find your authentic voice, use it unabashedly
We all have a magnetic GPS since the day we were born
Strut your stuff, stand tall and proud
Have childlike curiosity
Only those who wander fearlessly, find magic
Bend and not break
All different, uniquely made
Humility is imperative for a vibrant spiritual life