I’ve just finished reading a life-changing book. As a bookworm, I probably say that a lot, and I’m not making it up. But truly, this is a game-changer. I think you should read it. As soon as possible.
The book is Thank and Grow Rich by Pam Grout. I’m currently 10 days into the main practice of the book, which is mentioned in the subtitle: “A 30-Day Experiment In Shameless Gratitude and Unabashed Joy.” And it’s working. I mean, I’m already a pretty happy person. But I’ve been receiving amazing blessings, opening to more joy than ever, and acting like a kid in a candy store, just in the course of everyday life.
Quester actually asked me to tone it down a little yesterday. That made me laugh!
The book did, too. If you’ve read Pam Grout’s books before, you’ll know that she’s pretty hilarious. Her stories are fun and easy to identify with. She’s definitely one of those spiritual leaders who can dance, if you know what I mean. I enjoyed her book E Squared, too, but for some reason this one just seems especially powerful.
It might be partly that I’m really ready for it. But I think so many of us are. We’re so ready to ditch the old patriarchal, limitation-filled, what-you-see-is-what-you-get, materialistic world. Enough, already! By opening yourself to the magick and blessings that are all around you, you truly are opening yourself to further blessings. With those blessings – the ones you recognize that you already have and the new ones that keep flooding in – you’re living in a positive state, rather than being constantly stressed and worried. From that place, you can much more easily be of big service to the world.
Gratitude is the practice. It’s the quickest, most effective way to open yourself to the channel you really want to be tuned into as you walk this Earth. Grout’s sound advice, sprinkled with fascinating research and wonder-invoking anecdotes, will help you get onto the frequency of gratitude in a big way, in just 5 minutes a day.
It can’t hurt to try it, right?
I most highly recommend it. I’m thinking that even after the 30 days, I’ll keep my new gratitude practice up and running. It’s powerful stuff.