Affirmation, Gratitude and Bhagavad Gita

Today’s Affirmation: I, Stephanie, (insert your name here if you like) bring my best self to all I do today. I have been reading The Song Of God or Bhagavad-Gita and in the introduction written by Aldous Huxley it said “that right action is a way to reach our highest self which goes in line with all the Law Of Attraction books I have read. When I do my best I know I deserve the best as I have given of my heart. So today I do everything with joy and gratitude. When I sweep the floor I dance with the broom. While organizing my paper work I enjoy the process of going through each piece of paper, receipt and file (usually I find really important stuff that I need too). During any chore I have, I pay attention, put my heart into it and know that it is really Love that is in the details. Thank you for your precious time. Thank you for your delightful energy. I Love You. ♥ :~)
Today I am grateful for being more myself now than I have ever been as speak my mind in a loving and friendly manner is getting easier everyday, for being patient with myself at the few moments in my life when I feel tired, for letting myself rest when I need it and for knowing that a good nights sleep cures most of life’s issues. Thank you for spending time with me today. Thank you for sharing your loveliness with me. I Love You. ♥ :~)
A colourful abstract painting expressed with reds, blues, yellows and black
Expressing yourself through art heals your heart! :~) All art on my blog was created by my loving husband Robert Cerins.

2 responses to “Affirmation, Gratitude and Bhagavad Gita”

    • Good Day Jackie,

      I am grateful to have caused a happy smile to come to your face. As my goal is to cheer up everyone on the planet. I also appreciate your comment. Namaste’ :~)

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