I’ve been meaning to write and as I sat down to do so, nothing really came out. So I didn’t force it. And it’s not that I don’t have anything to say. In fact, the past four weeks have brought more topics to blog about than usual. My brother’s beloved dog died and being very close to his family and his dog, I felt a great deal of loss and sadness. Both of my sisters came home for Thanksgiving and I had an amazing time with my family during the holiday. Then I got sick. Then my husband lost his job out of the blue….yikes!!
As I reflect on the past month, here’s what I’m left with: that I am so very blessed and that I have the most amazing support system one could have. My family, friends, colleagues and even clients have showered me with support and love. I am so grateful. I’d like to leave you with a prayer that I received from my colleague and friend Minnie Kansman. Here it is:
A Prosperity Blessing
May I be blessed with an amazing abundant day today!
May the clouds break and the heavens pour down upon me more joy, more love, more laughter and more money than I could ever dream of.
May the sun shine its golden light of prosperity through every cell of my extraordinary body.
May I be cleansed today of any resistance or feelings of unworthiness that I may be holding onto.
May any false illusions of doubt, fear, and scarcity gently fall away like soft feathers on a gentle breeze.
May I be willing, simply willing, to allow the Universe to shower me with miracles today.
May the angels wrap me in their shining wings of opulence.
May the fairies deliver me to their pot of gold at the end of the majestic rainbow.
May my eyes shine with the glorious truth of who I really am and may the truth uplift others in my presence to their inner knowing.
May my ears hear the sound of perfection ringing in my soul.
May I taste the deliciousness of every precious bite of life as my day unfolds moment by moment with amazing grace, heartfelt love and a bounty of abundance.
As this day ends, I slumber wrapped in an exquisite blanket of enduring peace and profound gratitude. And may the last words I speak today be Thank You!