How to achieve Abundance and Prosperity


How to achieve Abundance and Prosperity

It is something everyone wants and it is something so few seem to achieve to their satisfaction: Abundance and Prosperity.

Firstly you have to decide what abundance and prosperity means to you.

If you want more money, if you find a penny in the street, you have more money. So think it out clearly, be precise. How much of what do you want?

OK, so you have decided, let us say, on $1 million.

For most of us that is a rather big stretch from where we are now. If you place that as is into your subconscious it is unlikely to happen. After all your subconscious is checking out what you have achieved already and it may well at this point say “No way, I have no idea how to do that. It’s so far removed from anything we’ve done before.”

Your subconscious bases what it can do on what has happened previously. So you have to show your subconscious a way to know it can do it.

Your subconscious cannot tell the difference between what has actually happened and what you have vividly imagined and felt often enough to make it feel real, so this gives you the ability to create the impression you want.

You have two options and both options will happen faster and more easily if you journal about them.

Option One:

Keep looking at your big goal, yes, but also plan an on-the-way goal: that is a smaller goal that is just a step or so ahead en route to your large goal.

Going with our $1 million end goal, the en-route goal could be something like “Make an extra $1,000 this month” or even “Make and extra $100 this month” if the thousand seems to far away.

But you are not waiting for manna from heaven here. You may not know in what way this money will come to you, but you never the less get out there and do whatever makes sense to you to try.

The money may come from those efforts of yours or they may come from an entirely different source, and if so you may want to change the direction of your efforts from now on.

However, it is very important that you make a sincere attempt and making the money you have asked for.

And journal what you did, where the money came from and journal your gratitude for every amount that comes your way, no matter how small. Journaling brings what is in your mind into the physical world, so by journaling about what you want, you are making the first step in bringing it into “reality.”

And by journaling your gratitude you are showing that you genuinely appreciate what is given to you.
Once you achieve that smaller goal, set another higher one and just keep on going.

Be open to redirection as you see from where your money is arriving, but never give up working towards achieving your goal. And keep on journaling.

Option Two:

If you are hoping this option will just have you lying there dreaming about money, I am sorry to disappoint you! Option Two involves using your imagination, yes.

  • It involves imagining that you have what you are asking for, that it is already here.
  • It involves getting so into your imagining that you really, truly feel like it is already yours.
  • The feeling is very important. You have to feel it to manifest it.

You don’t have to know how it will come to you, but you do have to be able to visualize what it looks and feels like to have it. Intensely and with emotion.

But just as in option one, it does not really work to then just sit around and wait for your bank balance to increase dramatically. You have to get started on doing something to bring in the money. As in option one, the money may well come from another source in the end, but it is up to you to show good faith and get going on the best way you can think of how to bring it to you.

Journaling, again, is a huge part in this.

Imagination and visualization is all in the mind and it can be hard to hold on to for long periods of time. On the other hand, if you write it out – imagine it, feel it and write about what you are imagining and feeling – you are, as in option one, bringing the abstract into reality. You are bringing what was just invisible energy into the physical reality.

There are always times with any goals, when you wonder if you can ever achieve them. But if you have been journaling about them, this is the perfect time to sit down and read what you have written to re-inspire yourself to keep on going.

  • Journaling allows you to vent frustrations when you feel you must.
  • It allows you to show your overflowing gratitude when good things happen.
  • It allows you to create an unchangeable record of how you proceeded, how you felt at any given time, and how things happened.

Journaling is an indispensable tool in manifesting what you want. It is really an indispensable tool in life itself.

So set your goals, get started towards them and journal you progress appreciating every little progress along the way.

Journal: you’ll be glad you did.

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Fiona MacKay Young

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Happiness: how to get it and how to keep it

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Everyone wants to be happy.

Some think money will make them happy. Others think it will be having a wonderful, magical relationship. And yet others don’t really know what it will look like, but they want it, whatever it is.

Happiness (like money) doesn’t grow on trees. It doesn’t come neatly packaged in the grocery store either. In fact, as I’m sure you’ve heard many times before, you can’t buy happiness.

So how does someone deliberately set out to find happiness?

They look within themselves.

Happiness is an attitude. I have invented the word “Happitude” for this. It is the attitude of being happy.

So how do you find or create this Happitude?

Firstly you just decide that you are happy. Regardless of what is going on in your life, you look around – digging deep and really searching if it’s a bad time for you in general – till you find something, hopefully lots of things, that you can be happy about.

It can be big things or it can be just little things.

I have a friend who suffers chronic pain. If he is looking strained or moving slowly and I can tell he is obviously hurting more than usual just now, he will just answer any query on the subject saying he’s “a bit sore but my hair feels great!” He’s not letting it get to him, and is jokingly focusing on what is good instead of what is bad.

Another friend with all her family hundreds and in one case thousands of miles away is happy and excited that she gets to chat with them on Skype, and over the moon with her once in several years in person visit with her most distant son. She’s not focusing on what she doesn’t have (her family close by) but on what she does have and she is genuinely appreciative and excited about that.

There is always something to be happy about. It is a case of the glass half full or the glass half empty. Are you focusing on what you want that is there or at what you want that is not there?

That is all very well, you could quite rightly be saying, but it’s not as easy as it sounds. When life is tough it’s hard to look on the bright side.

Yes, it is, so here is a way to help yourself to keep your Happitude in high gear.


What? Write out everything that happens to me every day? How will that make me happier, especially when things are not going well?

My answer to that is: do NOT write out everything that is happening to you.

Instead keep a Happiness Journal and in it, each day, write out only the things that made you happy today.

  • Did someone smile at you? That was nice – write it down!
  • Did you make it through rush hour traffic faster than usual and arrive home 15 minutes early? That must have made you happy – write it down.
  • Did you step on the scales and find your weight was down 2 lbs? Wow! That has to go in your journal.
  • Did you go shopping for dinner the ingredients on sale?
  • Did something you saw in the grocery store remind you of a meal you haven’t had for a while, but really love, so you got the ingredients?
  • Did your hair look better than usual?

What can you jot down that made you happy?

That’s the daily routine with your Happiness Journal and it helps you in two ways.

One is the obvious way, in that when you focus on the positives, you feel positive and happier.

So just be remembering these things, no matter how small (but of course, don’t neglect the big happinesses either) as you write about them, cheers you up and makes you happier.

The second way it helps is that when you are feeling low, you can read your previous entries in your Happiness Journal and come away from that realizing that things are not so bad – good things happen all the time.

I suggest you also write out your Happiness Ideas List in your Happiness Journal.

This just means creating a list of things that make you happy. Big things, little things, easy to do things, things that take a bit more time or preparation.

Everything you can think of. If it makes you happy, write it down.

Going for a drive, shopping, going out for your favorite meal, having a hot bath with lots of bubbles, listening to your favorite music. Whatever makes you happy, add it to your list.

Then when you are feeling fed-up how your life is going at this particular moment, you can check your list and find something in it that appeals to you right now, and do it. It’s you pick-me up checklist.

So decide that you are happy.

That no matter what the world throws at you, that you will continue to be happy.

Write it out every day, what made you happy.

Create your list of Happitude pick-me ups (your list of happy ideas).

And just keep writing and reading your way to a terrific Happitude and a much happier life than you could ever have without it.

Fiona MacKay Young

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Journaling Can Help You Achieve What You Want Easily and Successfully

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Do you find it difficult to believe in the Law of Attraction?

Do you find it difficult to believe in the Law of Attraction?

Do you, perhaps, believe The Law of Attraction works but are having trouble manifesting it in your own life?

If your answer to either of these questions was “yes” I have a solution to suggest to you.

Yes, it is a simple as that. Journal.

But do not just do a regular journal where you write out whatever comes to mind, about your day, your challenges, your successes. These are all very valid topics, as is almost anything else, for general journaling, but to work specifically on the Law of Attraction, I invite you to consider a focused or targeted journal.

This is a journal that zeroes in, or focuses on a specific topic, in this case, the Law of Attraction.

You write down what you want to attract, or manifest in your life.

You write it down always in the positive. So if you want to have no debt, you do not write that you want to have no debt. Instead you write about how you want to be financially stable or secure, with cash in the bank, and everything paid off. In fact the more specific you are, the better it works, so perhaps you could put exactly how much cash you would like to have in the bank.

As you write, be visualizing what it is you are asking for.  That should be easy enough since you have to be thinking of it to write about it, so visualizing is just taking it all a little slower so you have time to “see” it as well.

Do this for everything you want to use the Law of Attraction to bring to you.

Keep doing it.

Do not just write the same words each time but try to take a fresh approach to it. Think about how life will be when you have what you are asking for. Think about how it will feel and look. Write about how you appreciate the “side effects” of what you are asking for, as well as the “main event.”

Each time you see even a little of it arriving, journal it with gratitude and appreciation.

Journaling in this way has many advantages.

The thing about manifesting is that sometimes what you are asking for comes to you in a way you did not expect, so at first you just do not notice it. Or it comes in such a natural way, that although you enjoy and appreciate it immediately, you do not fully realize that this is the answer to your request until later.

When you have journal as you go, you can go back, re read and get a clearer perspective on what you have asked for, how you asked for it, and how it is appearing in your life.

Sometimes, you may re-read and decide that, no, this is not what you want after all, and may decide to “tweak” your request or change it altogether. Of course, this can delay receiving anything, but if your original request no longer fits your needs or wishes, then changing it is the wisest thing to do.

Journaling keeps track.

Our minds are funny things. We think we remember SO clearly, but if we have been journaling, we can go back and may often find out that what we remember is not what actually was. Our memories have twisted it or changed it in some way.

Journaling to ask, to express our feelings, our gratitude – sometimes even our pain – keeps an exactly record of where we are at any given point. And it also shows us beyond argument when our wishes are fulfilled.

By seeing, in a journal, when we receive an answer to a request, we then begin to believe me. And the more we believe, the more we receive.

Your Law of Attraction Journal can be the key to learning to trust that we can manifest our wildest dreams, and it increases our gratitude when we see just how often and how much we are already receiving.

So journal.  Keep a Law of Attraction Journal and watch your world change.

To your success, your happiness and your focused “Attraction,”

Fiona MacKay Young

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Are you anxious, worried, stressed? Try this: it works.

Are you anxious, worried, stressed? Try this: it works.

Are you anxious, worried and stressed about big things, little things and things that have yet to happen?

If so you are, as I’m sure you know, not alone. Stress, caused by a myriad of things, is one of the major reasons for sleepless nights, sick days from work all the up to both very serious and permanent consequences.

Although it is wonderful to think we can go out there and change the world, the truth is that if I tried to change the world and remove all stress from it, the stress would get me long before I could ever make any significant progress in “getting” it.

So what is the answer?

If I say “handling stress” you may say “yes, of course, but I’ve tried that.” And yes, there are many, many ways of handling and reducing stress. Some are do-it-yourself, like exercise, meditation and healthy living in general. Some need to assistance of doctor or some kind of health care practitioner.

But I am talking about one that not too many people do. It is journaling.

Before you exhale in exasperation and move on, I invite you to read just a little farther and find out what journaling has to offer that perhaps you have not previously considered.

Journaling is really talking to yourself and is especially beneficial if you focus on just one topic and target that as you write. For the purposes of this article, obviously I am thinking of you focusing on stress or rather how you can reduce the stress. What is causing you to feel stressed? How to you feel? What exactly are the symptoms you are experiencing? (Not everyone experiences the effects of stress in the same way.)

Just write. Once you get out all the difficult stuff – and a few, or many tears along the way is good – start asking yourself how you can make things better for yourself.

You are your number one concern here. Even if the stress is harming others around you, to quote my grandmother (mother of nine) “You have to take care of yourself first, because if you don’t, you will not be in any condition to take care of anyone else.”

So what would make things better for you? You may not be able to change the situation at all, but how can you change how you view it, how you approach it? What would make it more bearable?

Even without having a bad attitude, it can often be our attitude to something that is making it more difficult for us. For example, I was told one time that major changes were happening at work. I did not like what I was hearing and I did not like what I imagined the impact on me and my job would be. So I got myself all stressed and upset. I didn’t say anything to anyone at work, because the changes were necessary and I knew nothing I said or did would change them. But I really was miserable. I was angry. I had loved this job and now it looked like it was going to be a real pain. I didn’t want to leave, but what could I do?

Until I journaled about it, and I asked myself “So if it all goes ahead as planned, what is the best thing about that? How can I change how I approach it so it will be OK for me?

As I continued down the page, I started to come up with ways of looking at the new developments. I couldn’t change anything, so there was no point in fantasizing about how it “could” be. Instead I just focused on how I could change my view and my attitude. I started to see other ways of looking at it. I started to see, believe it or not, benefits to me in the new set-up. I started to see ways in which I could change my mindset to allow me to cope with the new situation.

In some situations you will be just unable to find any benefits to yourself, but with some journaling, some expression of how you feel, and why you feel it, you will eventually be able to start coming up with ways in which you can learn to cope.

What new things can you do, or what things you already do can you start doing differently? Who can help? Do you know them already, or does this take going to new places and getting involved with new people? Do you know anyone who had previously been in this situation and come through it successfully? Think back and see if you can understand how they did it.

And all the while, keep journaling. Keep writing it all down. It is therapeutic right now as you write, and it can be equally as therapeutic later on when you re-read what you wrote.

Go back to your journal and write regularly. As things start to become calmer, less stressed, keep journaling. Re-read past entries to appreciate how far you have come. Journaling not only gives you a clear, un-warped view of the past, it helps you see the present more clearly.

And once you are coping with this crisis, don’t stop journaling. You have now created a habit that can help you in just about every situation you can come across in the rest of your life. Journal for your emotional health. Journal for your future happiness. Journal.

Enjoy life – relax

Fiona MacKay Young

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I journaled before I knew what journaling was.

As far back as I can remember I have written down anything that creates strong emotion within me. Happiness, excitement, gratitude, hope, ideas, sorrow, anger, grief of any kind. I have written it all down, allowing myself to just pour out whatever comes to mind.

Then one day (many, many years ago, but I can still remember the surprise) I discovered that this practice had a name, and one could even buy special books in which to do it. It is called journaling.

And so I journal. I must have journaled about every aspect of my life by now, but I don’t engage in general “diary keeping.” That is, I don’t just sit down each night and write out my day’s events. And, I don’t put myself under any pressure to journal if I don’t feel like it.

There is a reason for this. It works better to bring into my life what I want if I journal when I feel strongly about something and stick to the topic of my current passion.

This is because journaling involves several different things.

It involves:

  • the act of thinking out what to write,
  • the act of writing,
  • the act of reading what you have written (as you go, or immediately after),
  • and it involves the act of (voluntarily or not) thinking over what you just wrote.

It can also, if you choose, involve re-reading your entry at a later time as often as you wish.

Dr Jim Richards describes handwriting as being “the back door to the subconscious… when you write by hand it influences your heart and your subconscious mind.”  So when you write by hand, your subconscious is listening (or rather reading) along with you and drinking in whatever you have to say, and your heart is feeling the emotion.

Your subconscious mind, the part of your brain that motivates your conscious self to do what you do, is programmed by spaced repetition. That is, things repeated over and over, with a space in between repetitions. It is also influenced by the amount feeling or emotion you are experiencing.

So if you write on a specific topic when you are feeling emotionally engaged with that topic, you will be expressing more feeling, and so engaging your all-powerful subconscious mind to a greater level.

And once your subconscious believes in what you are writing and is engaged, watch out! It will have you do whatever it takes to make what it believes become a reality.

You may well have heard of the idea of visualization, including vision boards. You may also have heard of affirmations – saying something over and over to yourself.

Both of these work, and both of these are included automatically when you journal, and especially when you journal on the topic of your present emotion so that depth of feeling and engagement are part of the package.

The other thing that is important to mention is that your subconscious only understands the positive.

If you write “I do not want to be in debt” your subconscious understands that as “I do want to be in debt” and will do everything in its power to help you get there. Probably not what you wanted. So keep it positive.  Change your wording around if necessary so you avoid the negative.

As you write you are not only engaged physically in the writing process. You are also engaged mentally in thinking out what to say, visually both in seeing and understanding the actual writing and in visioning in your mind what you are writing about. And you may well immediately strengthen the process by re-reading what you just wrote. And you can also re-read at any time, or write a new journal entry on the same topic.

Journaling is very healthy. It lets out feelings that if allowed to build up unexpressed can cause tension and stress (yes, even good feelings when too much become stressful). It helps us to think clearly and notice what inconsistencies we have allowed to creep into our thinking. And it gives us a way to program ourselves to get what we want out of life, both in giving and receiving.

So journal with passion. Journal as and when you feel passion. And journal in the positive. You’ll be glad you did.

Fiona MacKay Young

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The Benefit from Journaling: it’s Amazing

A journal is where you can freely write, not only what happened, but how you feel about what happened. What you saw and how it affected you. What you did that you are proud of, pleased about, and also what you did that you would very much prefer to do differently the next time.

Why Journal? It is a place to share your secrets, to open your heart, to pour out your emotions. It is also a place to laugh, to express happiness, hope, love and dreams.

It has been called “the cheapest therapy you will ever get”, but certainly not only those in need of therapy can benefit from journaling. In fact, by writing regularly in a journal therapy may well be something you never need.Journaling with a scroll and feather pen

Journaling is powerful. It helps you see things clearly, much more clearly that just thinking them over could ever do.

Journaling is freeing. Once you have let it all out to your journal, you not only feel release, but you also have the ability to go back and read it and by doing so you may find you can see it in a new light.

When you write you are, obviously, right there, involved, and writing in the first person. But when you go back after a “cooling off” time, you have more of the ability to read it in the third person. You are more removed from it.

This gives some degree of disassociation with the topic, with the emotional involvement, and can allow solutions or direction to occur to you that did not occur while you were so intimately involved in the original writing.

If it is troubles you are journaling about, writing another entry after rereading the previous entry, can be very helpful as you are coming from a different perspective.

But journaling is not only for the bad times. Journaling is so very much also for the good times.

By journaling when things are going right, you not only re-emphasize to yourself, as you write, how good things are and how it makes you feel, but you have that upbeat, hopeful entry there to also re-read later on.

Re-reading positive, happy entries has a wonderful effect later. If at that point you are still in a good space, it will just strengthen the positive feeling. If you perhaps have run into some problems by the time you read it again, it will help you realize that troubles can be overcome and even in trouble there are things to be grateful for.  Plus that happiness was there before and will come again.

Journaling about specific areas of your life works the same as general journaling, but on the fast track.

By focusing on just one area, let’s say Motivation, you are writing, thinking, feeling about that topic and presumably about in which area of life you feel you could do with more motivation – or perhaps in what area of life you do have motivation but feel you could do with more, or are afraid you might run out of “juice” before you achieve your goal.journaling with a feather pen

So by writing just on that topic, that is where you focus lies. You are looking at it through a microscope. All the time you spend writing on this topic, your brain and your emotions are concentrating on just that area.

For this reason as you journal on something like motivation (or it could be happiness, love, intuition, manifesting with the Law of Attraction, coming up with new ideas or many other topics) it is important to stay positive. Write only in the positive. Instead of writing, for example, that you gave up after 20 minutes of doing something, write how you kept going for 20 minutes and will keep going longer the next time.

It is all connected with your subconscious mind. If your subconscious hears that you give up, it assumes that is what you want to do and will do its best to help you give up in future. Presumably this is not what you want.

However, if your subconscious hears that you kept going and will keep going longer next time, it will do its best to help you do that – and that IS what you want.

And, as you probably know, the subconscious mind does not recognize the negative, “no” or “not.” So “I do not want to give up” comes to it as “I do want to give up.” Probably not what you wanted it to understand. Instead say “I am persevering and keeping on going” and the right message gets across to your all powerful subconscious.

We think in our conscious minds, but it is our subconscious mind that guides us. That is why people self-sabotage. Their conscious mind says they want to do something, but the messages the subconscious mind is getting are saying they want to do something quite different.  So they their subconscious, controlling their actions, helps them to what IT believes they want, often preventing them, or redirecting them from doing what their conscious mind wants.

One way to work on that is to always write in the positive. Be grateful for what good things ARE in your life, and believe, even when things are bad, that more good things will come, and they will.

All this is ammunition for your journal. Write often, as little or as much as you like. Open your heart and pour it all out. Reread it. If it was a difficult time when you wrote the original entry, the next entry can look for the positives, however small, that were in it, and write about the positive possibilities for the future. It is was a good time when you wrote, re-reading it will emphasize the good in your life.

Journaling is so healthy, make it a habit.

Susan Morgan

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Journaling to Get What You Want

Focused journaling (also known as targeted journaling) when you do it to get something you want is different, obviously, than journaling to record what the youngsters in your life said or did.

Instead you are journaling with a view to creating what you want vividly in your mind, so you can then create it in physical form. That is manifesting.

How do you do this?

First, spend some time identifying what it is you really want to manifest. Most people immediately think of money. But, again, for most people, it is not the money itself they really want; it is what the money will bring them that they long for.

So when you are thinking about more money always include in your imagination what that will mean in terms of how your life will change. What do you want that that money will bring?

Of course it is possible that money is not what you are wanting, but whatever it is, try to determine what it is you want to see in your life, not the steps or things you need to get it.

Once you have a clear picture of what you really want, it is time to start writing in your journal.thought-bubble-2-hi

The benefit of an actual journal for this is that sometimes, when life is “happening” to you in ways you would prefer it didn’t, you may find it hard to get into the right mindset to journal in a way to successfully manifest what you want. On these occasions, reading over what you wrote previously can help you get into the right frame of mind to feel that what you want really is on its way to you.

So let’s assume you are ready to start today’s journaling. You know what you want, and you can feel it, see it, taste it.

Write out what it feels like. Write out what it is you want. You don’t have to write out exactly what you wrote out yesterday and the day before. That would be become boring and therefore totally ineffectual very fast. Instead choose a part of your dream and write about that.

Whenever you write in your journal, write in the present tense as though you already have it. Live whatever part of it you are writing today in your mind as you write. Experience it in your imagination as if it were here right now and you are feeling, hearing, seeing it all.

The more emotion, passion and feeling you can get going on your chosen topic, the quicker and more effectively it will appear in your life.

Cover which ever part of your dream seems closet to you at the moment. Always write in the positive. If something negative has happened during the day, then write about that topic, in the present tense, and how it will be when it is all positive and good in that area is one of the best ways both to get over the disappointment or discouragement of the day, but also to keep going with the manifesting, the image you are building in your heart and mind.

Feel it. Thinking is good. You need to understand what you are about. But it is feeling that brings it about. The more you can feel it, the more you can inhale its very essence the more quickly it will manifest itself in your life.

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If you have any doubts that what you are asking for may not appear, write out your fears, your doubts and continue to write about how to overcome these doubts, what is causing these to even be there in the first place. By understanding WHY you are causing doubts, which are blocks to manifesting your dreams, is a big step towards overcoming them.

When you identify a block, in your imagination lift it up and throw it over into the “block tank” – and imaginary place your mind has the ability to toss anything into, no matter how big or heavy, and nothing has ever had the ability to escape from the block tank. Once it is there, you are clear of it.

So now go on and journal about how what you want is here and how you are enjoying it, knowing that block is now safely out of the way. Any time it reappears, just toss it back into the tank. That same block cannot appear because it cannot get out of the tank, but sometimes it leaves behind some residual blocks that pop up to try create the same problem for you. Just toss every single one of them into the block tank and keep on with your success journaling free from doubt.

Each day spend at least five minutes journaling about whatever it is you are working on. Don’t give up.

Once your subconscious is convinced that what you are imagining is true, it will do everything it can to make your conscious life match what it believes. And whether you know it or not, that is your most powerful achievement tool. Your subconscious will move heaven and earth, literally, to create in your life what you believe.

Ask, Believe, Receive is not just a “logo” it’s true. So get your manifestation journal started and keep on going until you have what you asked for, because as soon as you start it is on its way, you just have to keep going till it arrives.

thankyou 4brush-and-two-paint-tubes1 from one last thing. Don’t forget to say thank you to the Universe, God, Spirit – whomever fits best into your belief system to thank. Gratitude is essential. True from the heart gratitude. It is not only richly deserved for bringing you what you want, but it also works wonders.

Happy journaling and successful manifestation.

Susan Morgan

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