Root Chakra Affirmations ❤️ How to Say Thank You Meaningfully 🤝 Carol's Story
Hey grateful people! Happy to see you again 🤗
We're so close to the launch of The Attitude of Gratitude Course! It's coming out the day after tomorrow, June 1! 😇
I'm so excited for all of you to see it! And, here is your gratitude newsletter:
Root Chakra Affirmations
In Sanskrit, the word “chakra” means “disk” or “wheel” and refers to the energy centers in the body. These wheels or disks of spinning energy each relate to certain nerve bundles and major organs.
The root chakra is located at the base of the spine, and provides us with a base or foundation for life, helping us feel grounded, able to withstand challenges, and more resilient.
Here are some root chakra affirmations:
- I am connected and grounded through the earth.
- I belong.
- I am abundant.
- I am peaceful with the material world in which I live.
- I have a healthy body.
- I am worthy of respect.
- I am independent.
- The universe will always provide.
- At this moment I am stable and grounded.
- My root chakra is balanced.
Wisdom and Self-Help Tips
How to Say Thank You Meaningfully
“At times, our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us.” – Albert Schweitzer
In this post, I want to share a few tips on how to think before and as you express gratitude so that the feelings are genuine, eloquent, and make the person feel special.
But, more importantly, I will be sharing the verbiage that you can use to get inspired from or use directly
Read the full post below:
Inspirational Stories of Gratitude
Carol's Story - The third floor
This week, I want to share Carol's story with you about how life connects us with the right people in lucky circumstances and how they show up for us in the most desperate times of need.
"There have been many, what I call “Divine Breadcrumbs” in my life and I’ve been grateful for all of them. Of course, I didn’t always recognize the gift until much later.
This was the case with an apartment I had in the late 90s through the early 2000s. My relationship was on its last legs and I had just started a new job. It was an extremely stressful time.
I lived in a city that, at the time, was not a desirable place to live."
Tap below to read Carol's full story:
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