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My Gratitude Started With Just Saying Thank You and Meaning It For me, transformation only sticks when it can be integrated in your everyday life. So I decided to start with one small step to transform how I expressed gratitude. I started with the words, “thank you.”

How many times a day do we say thank you? What I noticed was that I was saying thank you as an automatic response. There was no feeling behind it. So I made the commitment that each time I said thank you, I would look that person in the eye and speak from the heart.

The first time I practiced this way of feeling thank you, a miracle hap- pened. The individual that I was thanking paused and a huge smile appeared on her face. Everything changed about her, and I could feel that she felt seen and appreciated. Every time I practiced my thank you with deep emotion, a similar experi- ence happened. Then I decided to offer the big thank you. I thanked myself.

Upping the Gratitude Stakes My heart-felt thank you’d led me to explore how I could experience gratitude in a more profound way. I had no idea where I wanted to go with Gratitude but I knew my Soul would lead the way. So I sat down and had a conversation with my Soul and with the Divine.

I started with this simple question: “How is withholding Gratitude impacting my life?” The answers started pouring out of me. This scarcity was reflecting back to me in my relationships, in my bank account and in my relationship with the Divine. Once I was able to un- derstand the direct impact, just that awareness allowed shifts in my life. I also made the commitment to play a more active role in my expression of gratitude.

Now, I take time each day. I acknowl- edge others fully. I notice where I’m withholding love and move pass resistance to articulate thankfulness in a deeper way.

The big stretch for me would be to offer material support in a life-size way. Each week I set aside money for the Center. If I attend the cel- ebration on Sunday, I write a check. If not, some weeks it rolls over. I was being asked to express gratitude just for the Center being in my life. I found myself joyfully writing out a check for the largest tiding yet. My heart was overflowing with love and joy.

Gratitude is the most practical spiri- tual practice you can conduct. The energy of gratitude extended out to you and others will create experi- ences of the same energetic match. If you are withholding this energy from yourself, you are withholding it from the world.

So I suggest that you sit down and connect with your Soul and ask two profound and simple questions: “How is withholding Gratitude impacting your life? And, what can I do about it?”

ice you can conduct. The energy of gratitude experiences of the same energetic match.”

It isn’t easy to look yourself in the

eye (via a mirror) and really express deep appreciation and recognition for yourself. At first, it was painful. Then an ache I was carrying around with me shifted and I felt loved and supported.

Here’s an example. Recently, I received an email from my spiritual center saying that because of the recent weather situations, the Center had to cancel several Sunday celebrations and was requesting my help and support. This support could be both money and prayers. Now, praying I can do no problem.

Jennifer Urezzio is a master intuitive, author, teacher and speaker. She founded her own business, Blooming Grove, Know Soul’s Language’s parent company, in 2004 in response to her intuitive senses and ability to help others feel better about themselves both holistically and naturally, working closely with them to generate a feeling of strength and well- being.

She also founded a new paradigm of divine guidance — Know Soul’s Language — where she guides clients to understand their Soul’s Language. This new way of understanding how the soul expresses itself is being embraced by top healers, lifestyle coaches and CEOs all over the country. Learn more at www.Know-


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