Feeling worthy opens you up to receive by connecting your mind with your heart, and aligning your ego with your soul. Imagine your innate worthiness as a sacred waterfall showering your life with blessings.
“Self-worth comes from one thing - thinking that you are worthy.” ~ Wayne Dyer
Once you believe that you're worthy, the next step is to experience the feeling. Intellectually you might believe you are worthy but emotionally you may not feel your worthiness. To feel it, breathe into your heart center in the middle of your chest and declare, "I am feeling worthy." Allow those words to fill your heart until you feel them deeply.
Thinking and feeling worthy causes the effect of self-worth. The outer world will reflect your self-worth with unexpected support, healthy relationships, acts of kindness, meaningful work, and joyful experiences. Be sure to notice the effects your thoughts and feelings are causing.
Blessings and miracles appear and disappear like star trails. Their light leaves behind signs that will either be appreciated or missed completely. Life often communicates through cosmic synchronicity; it's up to you to pay attention.
"Appreciation is the highest form of prayer, for it acknowledges the presence of good wherever you shine the light of your thankful thoughts."~ Alan Cohen
Living in your head will cause you to judge more than appreciate. Move to your heart where you will naturally appreciate all that you receive. It's like coming home to a sacred place within yourself.
Thank you. These two words are worth repeating. Say them from your whole body and feel it deep within your soul; speak them from a mind that knows you are blessed; express them from your heart with sincerity and love.
Make a habit of appreciating your life. From the moment you wake up, start by appreciating that you are awake, to the moment you rest your head on the pillow at night;...
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