Reflecting on Gratitude and Abundance

“Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.” ~ Oprah Winfrey

In 2015, I read and started practicing The Miracle Morning. I saw great improvements in my life, but haven’t been consistent in the practice over the past few years. Now, entering a new chapter of my life and a new decade, I’d like to recommit to finding time each day for creating the best version of my life. For me, the “SAVERS” keep be accountable to some practices I love.

  1. For silence, I love a guided meditation with the Headspace App.
  2. Affirmations I keep simple with those provided by the Miracle Morning.
  3. For visualization I think through various aspects of my life, from finances to spirituality and imagine myself living at level 10 in each category.
  4. Exercise varies for this practice, but a quick yoga video or some planks and stretches are favorites for keeping my Miracle Morning quick.
  5. I’ve taken to reading “Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy” by Sarah Ban Breathnach and reflecting on the passages each day.
  6. For scribing, I like keeping a gratitude journal an spur together a list of what I’m grateful for.
  • This last element is so important for me. I recognize part of finding the abundance in your life is cultivating satisfaction, appreciation, and love. I’ve gotten myself a new notebook dedicated to this purpose and I’m reconnecting with the my daily gratitude practice and already feeling it’s benefits after just a few days.
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