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At the beginning of this month, I mentioned that I was working through the book The Magic by Rhonda Byrne with one of the groups I belong to. It took us 28 days, and in that time, I learned so many ways to nurture an attitude of gratitude. And I can tell you from experience that it really does create magic in one's life!
This week's episode brings Season One to a close. As such, I decided we needed to highlight the best bits from previous episodes.
It's easy to feel gratitude when everything is going smoothly, when you're feeling good. It's a little more challenging to feel it, though, when you're feeling like crap and things just aren't going your way.
"I am here to tell you that the magic you once believed in is true, and it's the disillusioned adult perspective of life that is false. The magic of life is real - and it's as real as you are." ~ Rhonda Byrne
On The Pause this week, I had the pleasure to chat with a woman with whom I’ve been acquainted for a handful of years now and have admired for just as long. And as I stated at the beginning of the show, it caused me to be a little tongue-tied. Sandhan has fascinated me ever […]
Gratitude, I'm finding, truly is in the eye of the beholder.
"Nature doesn't live in fear of the future. And it doesn't live in the past trauma." ~Tina Hayden, The Hayden Heals Foundation
It was during one of these viewing sessions that I first heard the term "Trail Magic". Me being me, my ears immediately perked up at the mention. I'm familiar with "green magic", but "trail magic" was not something that I'd heard about previously. "What is this new form of magic of which you speak?"
"Like many, I grew up equating money and power with success, and for a time, that framed my definition. But as I've matured, that has changed. You see, success is a very personal thing." ~Laura Garnett, Inc.com