The Magic - Day 2
Super simple to do right?! I have a couple gratitude rocks as I used to collect rocks many years ago and love it. Are you into it too? Would love to hear any interesting stories you may have so feel free to share below.
Here's another great quote I'd like to share then I'll go onto today's assignment...
"Reflect upon your present blessings of which every man has plenty; not on your past misfortunes of which all men have some." ~Charles Dickens (1812-1870) Writer
Magic Practice Number 2:
The Magic Rock
1) Repeat steps one to three of Magic Practice Number 1 - Count Your Blessings: Make a list of ten blessings. Write why you're grateful. Reread your list, and at the end of each blessing say thank you, thank you, thank you, and feel as grateful for that blessing as you can.
2) Find a Magic Rock and put it by your bedside.
3) Before going to sleep tonight, hold your Magic Rock in your hand and think of the best thing that happened today.
4) Say the magic words, thank you, for the best thing that happened today.
Repeat the Magic Rock practice every night for the next 26 days.
Be sure to come back tomorrow for The Magic - Day 3! Rock on my friends! :)
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The Magic - Day 2
Today was my first day out of 28 days of gratitude and I am very grateful towards God for helping me doing this because I was not able to find this book and thank you so much mam for reading this for us. Thank you, thank you, thank you
Dear Brian and Felicia,
Today is Magic Day 2. I have practiced this book three times. Actually, it is a magic. I have decided to practice the whole days with your amazing videos. Thanks for sharing the brilliant habit of counting our blessings.
Thank you-Thank you-Thank you
Wow! That's so incredible Stephanie! I used to work with children and adults with all sorts of challenges including Austism. My brother had Downs and was truly my heart. You are a special lady and it touches my soul to it's core to hear you making a difference in so many lives, most importantly your sons! How old is he? Also, HUGE Congrats on following your dreams whatever they may be! You're a shining example for others! <3
Thank you so much..
I tried to buy audiobook of this book but it did not exist in the official site and I have received email which declared there is no plan to make audiobook of this book. As I am living in out of english culture and eagerly want to enhance my english, I turely want to someone like you. thank you so much.
My pleasure Joseph! Happy to help! I have a ton of playlists on books we've read and am excited to share. Makes me very happy to share her great work and make a difference. Appreciate you tuning in to our channel. Look forward to getting to know you. Wish you much success in your endeavors. :)
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